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Still shot from the movie: Rocky Balboa.

Rocky Balboa

After a lengthy absence from the ring, Sylvester Stallone steps back into the character of Rocky Balboa, as an actor, scriptwriter and director. This time the aging boxer attempts to take a swing at midlife challenges, a stand for self-respect and a knockout blow to self-pity. This is no small feat --but the comeback match and the movie champions them all. Get the movie review and more. »

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Overall: B+
Violence: B-
Sexual Content: A
Language: C-
Drugs/Alcohol: B
Theater Release: 21 Dec 2006
Video Release: 19 Mar 2007
MPAA Rating: PG
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Sylvester Stallone wrote the script for the original Rocky in three days after watching a fight between Muhammad Ali and an unknown opponent. Cinderella Man is based on the life of real life depression-era fighter James J. Braddock.

Home Video Extra Features

Rocky Balboa becomes a home entertainment contender with this DVD release, which offers an audio commentary with Sylvester Stallone, deleted scenes (including an alternate ending), and boxing bloopers. You can also get a ringside look at the production with the featurettes, Skill vs. Will (the Making of Rocky Balboa), Reality in the Ring (filming Rocky’s final fight) and Virtual Champion (creating the computer fight).

Home Video Notes: Rocky: The Undisputed Edition

Release Date: 3 November 2009

The complete Rocky anthology is now available on Blu-ray. Along with the six movies in the series, the 7-disc box set includes bonus materials. Click here for a closer look at the product details for Rocky: The Undisputed Edition

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