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5.0 out of 5 stars Go Six Rounds With Rocky Balboa
Rocky: The Complete Saga (Blu-ray).

Blu-ray Info.
Format: Blu-ray
Region B/2
Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
Running time 607 minutes
Extra.
* All New Trivia Game, "Feeling Strong Now" exclusive to Blu-ray

* Bonus Materials include:

*"Making of" Documentary

* Featurettes:

*...
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3.0 out of 5 stars Great movies, soft picture
Everybody knows Rocky's, right?

I have only watched first movie of the boxset and the picture quality is not that special. Maybe the master video itself is soft so its hard to restore the picture into any better. There are lots of grain and softness. But still, I would consider this to be the greatest Rocky video release so far and would recommend this to any...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Go Six Rounds With Rocky Balboa, 29 Jan. 2014
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Rocky: The Complete Saga (Blu-ray).

Blu-ray Info.
Format: Blu-ray
Region B/2
Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
Running time 607 minutes
Extra.
* All New Trivia Game, "Feeling Strong Now" exclusive to Blu-ray

* Bonus Materials include:

*"Making of" Documentary

* Featurettes:

* Steadicam: Then and Now With Garrett Brown * The Ring of Truth * Behind the Scenes with John Avildsen * Three Rounds With Legendary Trainer Lou Douva * Video Commentary with Sylvester Stallone * And more!

Subtitles: English, French, German, Flemish, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian and Dutch.

Movie's Synopsis.
Rockys just getting by has no aspirations in his life & works part-time as a debt collector.

Yet underneath the hard shell beats a heart of gold, He cant even hurt a person who he's collecting from.

He also fancys a shy Woman named Adrian who works in the local pet shop.

Rocky out of pure luck gets a million to one shot at a title shot with Heavyweight champion Apollo Creed as his opponent has had pull out so Creed uses the opportunities to give a underdog a shot at the title.

Rocky eventually breaks down Adrians barriers & she agrees to a date & they fall in love with each other.

Paulie is Rockys best friend & Adrians brother who has a jealously towards Rocky works at the frozen meat plant giving Rocky free meat yet a argument erupts later at Paulies house when when a drunken Paulie overhears Rocky speaking how he treats him triggering a row with Adrian forcing her to go stay with Rocky.

Mickey who at the start of the movie is appalled Rocky has wasted his talent & become a bum goes to Rockys apartment to ask to train him there we get the classic Rocky rant ending with him chasing after Mick to agree to let him train him.

The training scenes are well done as is the music especially Gonna Fly Now, Bill Conti's classic Rocky theme that adds emotion to those training scenes.

The steps run up is the iconic Rocky moment as is the boxing scenes choreography by Sly in all 6 movies were Rocky finds his inner courage to go the distance with Creed but lose's on a split decision, With Adrian declaring her love to Rocky the movie ends on a emotional high paving way for Rocky II.

Rocky II starts straight after the original with Rocky announcing his retirement from boxing & finding out that another fight could blind him.

Rocky with the money earned from his fight with Creed asks Adrian to marry him which she does & Rocky irrationally spends his money on watches a car & a house satisfied that the commercials he's signed up to do will pay off.

Unfortunately Rocky has trouble reading the cue cards & is fired from the commercials resulting in him selling his car to Paulie & working at the meat plant to make ends meet.

Creed on the other hand wants a re-match citing fans thought the first fight was a fluke or fixed so a campaign to get Rocky back in the ring for a rematch ensures.

Rocky eventually excepts a rematch going against his wife's wishes affecting his concentration in his trainng prompting Mick to kick him out in disgust, Adrian now pregnant finds the strain of working back in the pet shop & worrying Rocky will lose his sight in the rematch collapses & rushed to hospital were she falls into a coma but Rocky son is delivered healthy but Rocky wont see the kid until Adrian awakes from her coma.

Mick visits Rocky in the Hospital Church saying he'll support Rockys decision to fight or not, Eventually Adrian comes through awaking from her coma they see there son together & gives Rocky her blessing to fight Creed.

The training scenes are harder & more intense this time around Rocky trains harder than ever before & the running sequence with crowds of people is inspiring as Rockys the peoples champion.

The Rematch is longer & better choreographed with both fighters taking a huge beating, Slys direction of this fight is nailbiting & tense especially the Final punch from Rocky knocking Creed down with himself falling.

It's the 10 count rule whoever gets up first is the Heavyweight champion & Rocky against all the odds stands first victorious dedicating his win to Adrian he's now the new heavyweight champion of the world.

This sequel delivers a rousing drama & emotional punch you really get involved with the characters & this is a great sequel written by Sly.

Rocky III, Rocky now become a huge star & adored over the world for his 10 title defences, He's not only successful in his boxing career but in the media eye being on magazine covers or promoting merchandise.

Paulie has become jealous of his former friend & Brother in-law resulting him to smash a Rocky pinball machine.

Rocky bails him out & a argument errupts resulting in Paulie fighting Rocky then asking for a job & move in his house.

A great charity match up with Wrestling champion Thunderlips(Hulk Hogan),shows how Rockys jokey attitude gets on the wrong side of Thunderlips who goes into the match up wanting to break Balboa, Rocky at the start gets bashed up by Thunderlips but asks Paulie to take his gloves off, Rocky returns to the ring giving thunderlips a beating with a little help from Paulie in a funny scene.

Unknown to Rocky, Mickey is suffering heart problems wanting Rocky to retire to protect him from the new number one contender Clubber Lang (Mr-T, In his acting debut).

Lang is a brawler full of hunger wanting the Heavyweight title that Mickey fears a fight will destroy Rocky as since Creeds fight hasn't fought anyone who was a serious contender for the title.

Rocky announcing his retirement from boxing at a unveiling of a statue of him, Lang intervenes challenging Rocky publicly, Rocky accepts but Mickey walks away ready to leave but after a argument with Rocky is talked around to train him one last time.

Rocky doesn't take his training seriously but Clubber Lang does & when fight night comes around Lang exchanges Insults with Rocky & knocking Mickey aside triggering a heart attack.

Rocky prompted on by Mickey to fight then collaspes, Rocky now without Mick in his corner seeing the aggression in Langs eyes loses confidence takes a brutally beating by Lang in two rounds losing his heavyweight title, Rocky is humiliated & his confidence gone.

Rocky manages to see Mickey before he passes away in a emotional scene were Mickey declares he loves Rocky like a son & then passes away, Rocky then breaks down in grief.

But all isnt over as Apollo Creed a former champion commentating on Rocky Vs Lang fight comes to Rockys aid with a offer to train Rocky in return for a favour saying Rocky lost his edge in the fight against Lang & his eye of the tiger prompting Rocky to agree to a rematch with Clubber Lang.

Rockys heart isn't in his training with his confidence in shatters with comments made by Mick during there past argument that his opponents weren't a threat to him Rocky stops running more or less giving up, Enraged Creed quits as his trainer prompts Rockys wife Adrian to agrue with Rocky making him realize he is a champion & ok to be afraid & to win this fight for himself & no-one else.

Creeds training is different from Mickeys & once again the training scenes really deliver, Sly puts his heart & soul into fitness & is a superb athlete his body is rippled to the max in this film.

The rematch brings about Rockys eye of the tiger resulting in a retrained Rocky playing Lang at his own game.

Rocky though goes against Creeds wishes to go toe to toe against Lang in the strategy of tiring him out this results in a brutal beating for Rocky in the second round.

But in the third round Rockys strategy pays off tiring Lang & giving Lang a beating that as Lang is now tired out he cant take the relentless punches & Rocky knocks him out to reclaim his title as heavyweight champion of the world.

The favour Creed wants is a one on one fight in mickeys gym to see who the better fighter is although this is played a friendly banter.

The third movie is my personel favourite of the Rocky films, The fight scenes deliver & the plot that Rocky lost his roots & developed an ego to then be brought back to earth regaining his humility is inspiring.

Rocky IV begins that the Soviet Union about to compete in professional boxing with contender Ivan Drago (Dolph Lungdren) who is a Siberian express of inhuman power due to his body chemistry being inhanched by steroids.

Creed sees Drago on tv prompting him to come out of retirement wanting to fight Drago in a exhibition match.

This fight is taken non serious by Creed but very seriously by Drago whom beats Creed to death in a shocking boxing scene prompting Rocky to challenge Drago but not in the USA in Russia.

Against Adrians wishes & the boxing sanction committee Rocky temporarily gives up his title to fight Drago traveling to Russia in a intense training program by Creeds former trainer Duke.

The training scenes push Rocky to his physical limits & finally when Adrian travels to Russia to support Rocky he takes his training to new physical levels of intensity.

These training scenes are the best ever in a Rocky movie Rocky training is old school & Drago with all the modern equipment of the Soviet Union.

The Fight is one of the most brutal fights Sly has choreographed for a Rocky movie with him taking the beating of his life but in the second round when Rocky cuts Drago weakening him somewhat the cinema audience's when i seen this were in uproar they were standing up cheering willing Rocky onwards anybody would think it was a real life boxer fighting.

Rocky after 14 brutal rounds comes out in the 15 victorious beating Drago in a punch for punch climatic fight scene knocking the Russian down for the count & gaining respect of the Russian people.

Although quite a more far fetched movie this movie is a great film & would've been a good way of closure on the franchise but i guess MGM & Sly had other idea's.

Rocky V is a massive disappointment as Rocky is brain damaged from his brutal fight with Drago is forced to retire & add insult to injury finds out Paulie allowed his accountant power of attorney giving him access Rocky money bankrupting him on a dodgy deal gone bad.

Rocky & his family return home to the slums of Philadelphia were after paying his debts is left with Paulies home & a gym left to him by Mickey.

Rocky sees potential in a amateur fighter Tommy Gunn (The late real boxer Tommy Morrison).

Rocky putting Tommy over his family as Tommy fighting inspires Rocky fighting spirit but unknown to Rocky, Tommy doesn't share the same principles as Rocky & is lured away by a sleazy fight promoter Duke.

Turning on Rocky his former mentor who sacrificed his family to train him a pep talk by Adrian, Rocky manages to get back his sons love & forgiveness.

But Tommy fighting for the Championship belt beats his opponent in one easy round & is labelled a fraud by the boxing press saying he'll never be as good a fighter as Rocky Balboa.

This prompts Tommy Gunn to seek out Rocky challenging him to a fight, Rocky declines but after Tommy hits Paulie Rocky takes the fight outside on the streets insuring a street fight between the two boxers.

Rocky takes severe blows & looks down & out until a vision of Mickey prompts him on giving him back his courage challenging Tommy to one more round.

Rocky & Tommy trade punches going toe to toe but it's Rockys determination & courage that comes out on top in the end knocking Tommy out & ending his former pupils challenge,Then punches out Duke who gloats at Rocky.

The movie ends with father & sons bond stronger than ever visiting the museum that Rocky has run up & down all these years.

The fault this movie has is we never find out if Rocky gets any closure on his finances does he get any of his money back???

Also brain damaging & bankrupting the character is a step to far & who wants to watch Rocky street fight as his place is fighting in the ring.

For years i thought this was the end of the saga but thank god in 2006 Rocky Balboa was released.

Rocky Balboa is set 16 years after Rocky V were Rocky now has lost Adrian to cancer, Widowed & living in the past, He runs a resturant in her name shares storys with customers about his days as a boxer.

Paulie is back at the meat plant but eventually let go he seems angry as he feels guilty for not treating Adrian better when she was alive.

Rockys son Robert also has issues he's become estranged from his father as he finds he lives in his father's shadow.

When a computer simulation predicts a in his prime Rocky would beat the current champion Mason Dixon the fight promoters come up with an idea for,Rocky to fight Dixon in a charity exhibition match to which Rocky accepts as he has inner rage of Adrians passing that he needs to get out of his system, Although the brain damage he induced in Rocky V has mysteriously vanished???

Rocky also meets up with Marie the teenage girl he tried helping get out from the gangs & straighten up, She to has fallen on hard times getting by working in Rockys old local & raising a son on her own.

Rocky helps Marie giving her a job at his resturant & helps her son as a mentor figure.

Rocky eventually confronts his son Robert about his attitude towards him & his excuses that he in his fathers shadow prompting father & son to make up with Robert now supporting his father in the exhibition fight.

Rocky trains hard but no longer able to spar or do roadwork due to his age his former trainer Duke relys on blunt force trauma hurting bombs.

Rockys training is intense, Remember Sly was 59 when he made this but boy is he still in shape lifting,weights & doing the iconic run up the steps.

The boxing match is well handled as everyone assuming this fight to be a joke with a over the hill Rocky having no chance against the younger fitter Dixon.

But they underestimated the inner courage of Rocky who fights Dixon with the heart of a champion he once was even knocking him down the first fighter ever to do so.

The fight draws to a climatic finish as this is Rocky last fight thats not about winning it's about proving to yourself who you are what you got in the basement do you have the fire to keep fighting on when the odds are against you?.

Rocky loses on a split decision but gains respect from Dixon & his peers in a emotionally charged goodbye to his fans whom supported him over his career.

The ending shows significance as Rocky is at inner peace able to move forward with his life now although he will always love Adrian he's no longer grieving for her giving this film series a decent ending that Rocky V would've failed to do.

Timelord Final thought.

This is a excellent film series with great emotional beats, Superb Character dramatization & superb choreographed fight scenes by star Sylvester Stallone.

The soundtrack by Bill Conti heightens & strengthens the movies narrative but full marks must go to Sylvester Stallone who created a cinematic icon in Rocky Balboa & a fantastic film franchise.

The Blu ray picture varies in quality between the six movie's but it is an improvement over the standard dvd releases, Remember these weren't recorded at the time for HD so you'd expect a certain grain here & there.

This is a iconic set of boxing movies about hope & beating the odds & I find these moves inspirational & uplifting.

Classic Stallone.

Timelord Rating.
9/10
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The most iconic film franchises of all time, 6 Dec. 2012
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No name Rocky Balboa is offered a chance to fight Heavyweight World Champion Apollo Creed, just because cocky Creed likes the sound of Rocky's nickname "The Italian Stallion." 'Rocky' transcends every other sports movie out there by being about a man who just wants to prove he can go the distance, rather than win outright. Most of the subsequent 'Rocky' films become about winning, but the first one was a beautiful tale of a man who was given a chance and took full advantage of it, he proves to the world what he can do. The first film is also about the innocent love Rocky has for the local pet store girl named Adrian. Adrian never talks and Rocky never stops talking, they're a perfect match.

The first 'Rocky' requires a little life experience to get all the nuances and meaning behind it. The rest of the films have their own beauty to them (except 'Rocky V'), but the first film is by far the best of the series.

The interesting thing about the later films is that there is still a story to tell with the perpetual underdog's life. His character continues to evolve and change throughout the series, but that humility and drive to excel are always there. In 'Rocky II,' we see that Rocky really has no idea what to do with the new found wealth that he's going to get from doing commercials.

'Rocky III' shows us an upset and ungrateful Paulie, as well as Rocky's beloved manager Mickey passing away. In a touching scene, where Rocky cries over the body of his fallen manager we are all reminded that this tough-as-nails man still has one of the biggest hearts out there.

'Rocky IV' gives us a glimpse at Rocky's determination and how Creed's cockiness brings him down. Many people consider this one to be their favorite film of the series. It's my second favorite, behind the first film, but for different reasons. By this time they had perfected the fighting scenes and upped the dramatic effect of the sound effects. Out of the series this one is the most fun to watch, but not the most meaningful.

The 'Rocky' saga embodies the underdog story to perfection. Like I said, he's always considered the underdog. That never fazes him though. His outlook on life can be compared to another movie character... Forrest Gump. Rocky has the best intentions, and always wants to do right by his friends and family even if they treat him terribly (I'm looking at you Paulie). Devastation meets him at every turn, but he perseveres.

Rocky is so iconic and so beloved because we love those gritty stories about people who aren't supposed to succeed, but do. We love seeing someone go from rags to riches. The story of Rocky is full of lessons on life like how to treat other people, what true friendship is, and how love conquers all. Sure I might be getting a little sappy here, but to this day, each and every 'Rocky' film (with the exception of 'Rocky V') chokes me up more than once during its runtime.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A lightweight collection for some???, 27 Jun. 2007
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This is the complete collection of Rocky films, spanning all six films across 30 years. If you already own the Anthology box set there is little incentive to buy this new collection, simply because it differs very little from the previous box set. The most obvious addition is the latest film, Rocky Balboa. This film is a definite finale for the franchise, so rest assured you won't buy this box set only to find out Rocky 7 is on the way. The only other difference is with the original Rocky film, as this collection includes the "Definitive Edition" - a 2 disc set packed full of extras, that can also be bought separately.

Rocky 2 right through to Rocky 5 remain untouched from previous versions, which means they include nothing in the way of extras. This is what has disappointed many fans - a lot of people feel this is a missed opportunity and that extras should have been added. I'm somewhat inclined to agree with them becuase surely there must be some extra material on the cutting room floor that could have been included - promotional material, interviews, commentary, etc? Nope, nothing it seems. Despite this disappointment this is still worth getting for anyone who does not already own all the Rocky films.

It's also worth noting that this collection is a limited edition box set that is indivdually numbered. I'm proud to say I came across number 00051. How limited it actually proves to be is anyone's guess - I suppose technically it could go up to 99,999. Almost 100 thousand people owning a copy suddenly doesn't make it feel quite so limited.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great movies, soft picture, 10 Mar. 2013
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Everybody knows Rocky's, right?

I have only watched first movie of the boxset and the picture quality is not that special. Maybe the master video itself is soft so its hard to restore the picture into any better. There are lots of grain and softness. But still, I would consider this to be the greatest Rocky video release so far and would recommend this to any fans. My previous DVD Rocky boxset video quality loses the comparison 100-0.
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5.0 out of 5 stars On a 19" HD Ready TV, this Rocky Blu ray set is impressive, 27 Oct. 2011
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Yes, when played on a crackin' Philips Blu ray player, this set is excellent in clarity when watched even on a 19" 720p HD Ready TV. There are lots of very mixed reviews about this set, probably a lot of the grain is too visable and blown up on a TV that's 32" or more. So, I am really enjoying watching this Rocky Blu ray set on a new Philips BDP3000 player, which is connected to a 19" 720p HD Ready TV, and the clarity of all six movies is tremendous.
This TV can also perfectly cope with the 1080p/24 frames per second setting on the Blu ray player, given the fact that the TV is only as I say, 720p. So to conclude here, try watching this box set on a smaller TV rather than anything at least 32" or more, and even on a 720p TV, the results will still be astounding.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Does what it says on the tin, 6 Aug. 2013
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Love this product.
I grew up with the Rocky films & now i can watch again with my kids. Simply fantastic.
Great box set & great price, if you're after all 6 films on Blue Ray look no further.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Need sub-titles?, 30 Dec. 2009
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This review is from: Rocky: The Complete Saga [Blu-ray] [1976] (Blu-ray)
'Rocky' has soundtracks in English, German, and Spanish; main feature sub-titles in Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, German, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish, also English and German for the hearing impaired.

'Rocky II', 'Rocky III', 'Rocky IV and 'Rocky V' all have English soundtrack; main feature sub-titles in English and Hindi, also English for the hearing impaired.

'Rocky Balboa' has English soundtrack; main feature sub-titles in English for the hearing impaired.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Set more like "4+1+1". Not set of 6...., 31 Mar. 2015
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I do not get it much... there are 6 discs in the set (in one 1.5cm spine amaray - what is great) but two of the do not match the set. Yes they have same graphic on the disc but when you play it to see it it different. It is like Rocky and Rocky Balboa movies were taken from different set. Menu is different, available languages are different... I do not get it. Rocky II, II, IV and V are significantly from the same set (same style of menu, same set of available languages). Like this it is "just" good collection not great or even something stunning. Just pity...
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Bad picture quality on Rocky 2-5 and very little special features, like watching DVDS, AVOID., 28 Feb. 2015
When i buy Blu Ray i expect superb picture quality, with the Rocky Heavyweight Collection what you get is 2 Rocky movies which are Blu ray picture quality and the other Rocky movies in this collection are really dvd picture quality, i put these discs to the test, i watched my old Rocky DVDs and compared them to the Rocky Blu Rays in this collection and there is no difference apart from the sound which is better, if you have the Rocky DVDs then don't waste your money on this collection, Rocky has been upgraded and has better picture quality and has extras so does Rocky Balboa, but the others are have no special features and crap picture quality, maybe one day they will release a Rocky boxset with superb picture quality and with loads of special features, my advice keep your money.
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35 of 47 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars great, 8 Nov. 2009
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Well i knew some people wouldnt be happy with the transfers on this release. These days everyone expects nr perfection but it just aint gonna happen all the time and especially with the budget and age of some of these films. Yes the transfers are not the best but still are all a definate upgrade from the dvd..if you want eye candy then rent Transformers but this is quite nice all the same

Rocky 1 is the same transfer that came out a few yrs back and they havent changed a thing. There is a decent level of grain which gives the movie a filmlike quality but definaition,clarity and some colours all show improvement from the dvd and actually looks quite resonable given the budget and stock this film was made on

Rocky 2 looks a lot better and is pretty decent all round but again anyone expecting eye candy is gonna be disappoiinted

Rocky 3 is the worst of the bunch i have to say. Heavy heavy grain and digital noise permiate a lot of scenes whilst some others look halfway decent. Definately substandard by a long shot. Very disappointing.

Rocky 4 is maybe the strongest of the old movies and looks quite nice indeed

Rocky 5 is a step back again but still is definately improved over any past versions

Rocky balboa is the same wonderful transfer that we got a couple of yrs back and if it aint broke don't fix it. Lovelly contrast,steely blues and a great s/track to boot!

Ignore anyone who says that these are complete trash..they arent.. but like i said these are not eye candy stellar releases.
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