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Film Review - Creed


In 2006, Sylvester Stallone pulled off the impossible. With “Rocky Balboa,” the screen icon revived a dying franchise with a sincere final chapter, aging his most famous character gracefully, adding some necessary lumps to the boxing champion with a picture that returned Rocky to his roots. Of course, there’s trepidation with “Creed,” which arrives nearly a decade after Rocky enjoyed a respectful send-off. And yet, under the care of co-writer/director Ryan Coogler (“Fruitvale Station”), the brand name returns to glory, albeit under a different boxer’s name. Against all odds, “Creed” emerges as a powerhouse continuation of Stallone’s creation, carrying all the fire and emotion of the original 1976 movie while reworking irresistible formula for a new generation of underdog cinema. Read the rest at



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