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Rocky IV [DVD] [1986] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]


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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0006GAOGI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 218,548 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Leon L on 15 May 2010
Format: DVD
Wow! This is a trully gripping film. My favourite of the Rocky films. Yes he does get smacked about a bit (apparently sometimes a lot of the punches were connecting on Stallone) as Rocky always does. But its not quite as painful to watch as Rocky I and Rocky II.

Rocky feels compelled to get into the ring after his friend dies after being horrifying mauled in the ring by a Russian fighter - Drago. There's some mumbo jumbo about US and USSR cold war stuff, but that very much takes a backseat to the intense training scenes and nail-biting final fight between Rocky and Drago.

Just looking at the the size and height of Drago [Lundgren] who is supposedly computer-trained, steroid-enhanced muscle that "destroys" what he touches and comparing to Stallone [Rocky] ranks it up a notch.

There is some amazing 80's music from Survivor for the "actors" to really go full out on their training to. These guys are just going for it with barbells, speedballs, rope, skipping ropes, tracks, elevated treadmills, climbing machines, sparring, lifting wagons, wood chopping, frozen river fording, mountain climbing, crazy looking "no pain... no pain..." isometrics training and wagon wheel fitting. The actors really are althetes but still manage to turn in a competent performance (so don't be put off!).

If you look at the cover with Stallone squaring up to Lundgren you know this is going to be one hard fought battle. Really, there is no way Rocky should win and Burt Young turns in an heart felt peformance as his corner man and injects that bit of a common man feel which grounds the training and final fight scenes well.

If you haven't seen this film I cannot recommend it enough. If you have seen it why not snap it up on widescreen and Dolby 5.1 stereo. That's why I bought it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ms. Jade M. Hodson on 3 Jan. 2010
Format: DVD
i dint wanna watch this film being a girl but as soon it came on i was gripped.
this is without a doubt a great film to watch who ever you are,
james brown puts on a good show that show that seems to irritate ivan drago so much so that he feels the need to punch apollo creed to death (literally). When asked what he thinks of this he chillingly responds "if he dies he dies"
when i watched this part of this movie my heart goes out to james brown and apollos family (let it be noted that james brown does not make a 2nd appearance at the match between drago and rocky) may be this is what keeps rocky alive. this film should be watched whilst wearing boxing gloves as you feel the need to start punching people around you.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Simon Harold on 5 Sept. 2006
Format: DVD
This is by far the most "hyped" film of the 5 made (so far)

I would just like to tell any interested that this "version" on this Region One disc is the best version on offer , even better than the recent boxset with the DTS tracks on.

As this is the only version to have the full letterbox print in its orgional anamorphic 2:35:1 ratio.

All other versions are a compersit 16:9 standard picture cut down to match the rest.

And if you ever see the "trailer" look for the clip of diologe cut and not used in the finished film.

This also the shortest of the five films , running just under 90 minuets.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By spongee2ak7 on 9 Dec. 2010
Format: DVD
i 'm not a huge fan of boxing but if you are than you will love this movie. for a boxing film the story is top notch and coud'nt be any better, i have'nt seen the first one but now i have just witness rocky 4 and since that ive said how good it is then i should defiantley consider watching it.
Rocky 4 was considered to be the best one but ive only heard that though through friends.
overall really good
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 7 April 2003
Format: VHS Tape
Rocky IV has been dismissed as both an exercise in cold war, pro-American propaganda and an aesthetically impoversished film. I disagree on both counts.
In terms of its propaganda status, the film's ideological standpoint is far from straightforwardly pro-American. The fight takes place in Russia because Drago has received death threats whilst staying in the USA. So much for the land of the free! Despite the flag coloured boxing gloves at the film's intro, and Apollo's patriotic stance towards his ill-fated fight with Drago, Rocky's approach to the fight is couched in individualistic, nation-free terms. For him it seems to be more about avenging and honouring a friend's memory rather than regaining injured national pride. But then again Rocky's motivation for the fight is presented as itself highly ambiguous. At the start there is a clash of values as Apollo has to persuade Rocky to back him in his fight with the Ruissian. Apollo asserts his warrior-like 'killer instinct' by stating that 'you can't change what you really are'. This is against Rocky's assertion that 'everybody changes at some time', that both him and Apollo are slowly losing their fighting skills and killer instincts, that they are 'changing into regular people'. Rocky feels a duty to avenge a fight that he never supported in the first place. He feels guilty for obeying Apollo's wishes and refusing to throw in the towel 'no matter what'. In taking the fight with the Russian Rocky abandons his own values and his world title (and, at least temporarily, his family)in order to stand up for Apollo's beliefs that he found unconvincing anyway. Rocky is less a hero with a goal to achieve than someone with a dilemma to live through.
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