Forced to retire from the ring, Rocky trains a promising young boxer who soon rises to national prominence. But when he turns against him, Rocky knows he must fight once more!
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It was fine because Stallone sort of went back to being underdog again but it just didn't give off the same feeling as Rocky 1,2 and 4. The passion is just all gone and dark Rocky just doesn't work. It wasn't really gripping at all and wasn't really about him.
- aquateen2, Sunday, December 18, 2011
No wonder Stallone made a sixth entry. This fifth - and for awhile the last - in the Rocky series has Balboa playing the role of trainer to a young Tonny Gunn after retiring following his slugfest with Drago in the fourth one. The good thing is that this film has one of the best fights in the franchise, the final street fight brawl between the former champ and the new, conceited Gunn. A helluva fight that just got my blood pumping.
- middleeasternfilms, Thursday, November 11, 2010