Basically, Rocky: A Fighter will have a much more disappointing and movie-like ending from the 1970s.
Vittoria Campos (supervised by Yolanda Rees) Published on 11/22/2021 at 7:02 pm
One of the most acclaimed fight movies by the masses, Rocky: A Fighter (1976) gave rise to the starring franchise Sylvester Stallone, The production was a success—but according to producers, it almost had a more disappointing and realistic ending than the theatrical release. erwin winkler,
[Atenção! Spoilers de Rocky: Um Lutador (1976) abaixo]
in the cinema, Stallone gives life to boxer Rocky Ballboa, Chosen to fight against heavyweight champion Apollo Creed ,Carl Weathers) After that, the plot proceeds to the final battle Apollo, in which Rocky loses, but proudly declares his love for his girlfriend Adrian ,Talia Shayar) no ring.
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Although, basically, the ending of the film will be much more disappointing, with Rocky Loses the fight and immediately leaves the ring. in an interview with yahoo entertainment, winkler given more information about the last sequence of Rocky,
“When we had screenings for friends and some of the press, during the fight scene everyone would cheer and shout and everything would stand. And when he loses the fight, that’s Adrian They meet, and they leave – the camera is behind them, and they come out of the arena and it’s dirt and dust on the floor. Very realistic The 1970s ended. And the emotions we were getting from the audience suddenly dropped to a very low level. And it was kind of disappointing… we felt the same bad in the end,” he explained.
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Even with the unusual ending of that time, Rockywas a huge success and is part of one of the most loved franchises of all time by the masses.
extended version of Rocky 4
suffrage success, Rocky 4 (1985) would get an extended version with a director’s cut, which is believed to have 40 more minutes. With the same cast, the film will have only one theater release in Philadelphia, United States on November 11. After this, it will be released digitally on November 12.
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