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Rocky Anthology (Rocky / Rocky II / Rocky III / Rocky IV / Rocky V)
Disc 1: **ROCKY 1976 Rating: PG Rating: Cdn: TBC / Que: G Run Time : 120 min Hi-Def Transfer Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85:1 English Audio: 5.1 DTS Surround, 5.1 Dolby Surround, & Original Mono French Audio: 5.1 Surround Spanish Audio: Mono Subtitles: English, French & Spanish
Disc 2: **ROCKY II 1979 Rating: PG Rating: Cdn: TBC / Que: G Run Time : 119 min Hi-Def Transfer Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85:1 English Audio: 5.1 Dolby Surround French Audio: Mono Spanish Audio: Mono Subtitles: English, French & Spanish
Disc 3: **ROCKY III 1982 Rating: PG Rating: Cdn: TBC / Que: G Run Time : 100 min Hi-Def Transfer Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85:1 English Audio: 5.1 Dolby Surround French Audio: Mono Spanish Audio: Mono Subtitles: English, French & Spanish
Disc 4: **ROCKY IV 1985 Rating: PG Rating: Cdn: TBC / Que: G Run Time : 91 min Hi-Def Transfer Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85:1 English Audio: 5.1 Dolby Surround French Audio: Mono Spanish Audio: Mono Subtitles: English, French & Spanish
Disc 5: **ROCKY V 1990 Rating: PG-13 Rating: Cdn: TBC / Que: G Run Time : 111 min Hi-Def Transfer Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85:1 English Audio: 5.1 Dolby Surround French Audio: Stereo Surround Spanish Audio: Mono Subtitles: English, French & Spanish
Rocky has been with us since the first week in May. When I told my husband that I wanted to keep him, he said, "Sure, how much does a turtle need to be happy (that being a rhetorical question)?" I returned home from PetSmart to the tune of $106. He needed a 15 gallon aquarium - $30, a basking rock - $17, some fake water plants - $6, a Reptofilter - ??(can't remember), a basking lamp - $12, black gravel for the bottom of the aquarium - $5 , and a week later a $22 UVB bulb so he can properly absorb calcium! The result of all this is one happy turtle named Rocky!!!
Rocky pulls tourists around Dawson for four months in the summer, then has eight months off. He's a very social horse - apparently likes to sleep between the doghouses. Also prefers to eat the hay from the doghouses. It must have a flavour.
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"Rocky" (1976, 119 min.) - Rocky Balboa, club fighter from the mean streets of Philadelphia, gets an unlikely shot at the heavyweight championship by taking on Apollo Creed. "Rocky II" (1979, 119 min.) - After his fight with Apollo Creed, the embarrassed champ insistently provokes Rocky to accept a challenge for a rematch. "Rocky III" (1982, 99 min.) - When Rocky is dethroned by the brutal Clubber Lang, Apollo Creed offers to retrain him in order to regain his fighting spirit. "Rocky IV" (1985, 91 min.) - When Apollo Creed is killed in a bout against a powerful Soviet boxer, Rocky challenges the Soviet boxer himself in a personal fight for country and for his friend. "Rocky V" (1990, 104 min.) - Due to permanent injuries caused in his fight with Ivan Drago, Rocky Balboa is forced to retire. He comes home, his wealth and fame now gone, and begins to coach ungrateful up-and-coming fighter Tommy Gunn.
Americans love the underdog. Anytime someone is beating the odds, fighting his or her way to the top, like the Little Engine That Could, it resonates well with U.S. audiences; it's in their nature. Sylvester Stallone knew that in 1976, when Rocky was a monstrous hit and established itself in the American cultural lexicon. His low-budget tale of a young boxer who came from the slums of Philadelphia and worked his way to the championship recalls Capra characters such as Mr. Smith or John Doe as he worked his way to fame and self-respect. Like Capra's films from 30 years before, Rocky pushed emotional buttons with audiences, but in a somewhat less maudlin, obvious way; it's possible to enjoy Rocky without feeling embarrassed about it, even in the cynical, postironic '90s. It ranks respectably among the best boxing pictures, such as The Set-Up or Somebody Up There Likes Me. The story paralleled Stallone's own, from a relative unknown to a star with one breakthrough picture. Rocky II (1979) carries on the story line, playing on the rivalry between Rocky Balboa and nemesis Apollo Creed, while Balboa's wife fights for her life. Mainly, though, the sequel seems like a link between the first film and Rocky III, in which an aging Rocky takes on big, bad Clubber Lang (the near-forgotten Mr. T). While playing on the same emotional capital as the first movie, Rocky III is the high-water mark of the sequels; by the next movie, Stallone had turned into a near-self-parody of the original character. Rocky IV finds the underdog taking on an oversized, blond Russian boxer (Dolph Lundgren) in a cold war scenario (Rocky literally wraps himself in the American flag). The series mercifully played out by 1990, as embarrassingly punch-drunk as the Rocky character himself by that point. Given the way the American pop-culture continuum seems to work, it's probably due time for the later sequels to be plucked from the compost heap of '80s flotsam and revived as high camp; the Reagan-era hyperpatriotism of Rocky IV is as dated as in junk like Red Dawn or the dreadful Invasion U.S.A. Still, the first three films pack a satisfying emotional wallop without giving the viewer the urge to crawl under the couch. The last two... well, use your judgment. They will soon be good for an '80s nostalgia party. --Jerry Renshaw