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Plot: After iron man Drago, a highly intimidating 6-foot-5, 261-pound Soviet athlete, kills Apollo Creed in an exhibition match, Rocky comes to the heart of Russia for 15 pile-driving boxing rounds of revenge. Runtime: 91 mins Release Date: 27 Nov 1985
One of the greatest movies ever made! (by jaythegame)
I can remember seeing this before it was released in England, as a friend managed to get a copy from America. I'd always been a fan of the Rocky series so I was really looking forward to this & I wasn't disappointed! I must have seen the film about 10 times before it was released in Endland, then it was about 3 or 4 times seeing it at the cinema back when this was released I would only have been about 6, so my parents must have been annoyed at taking me to the same film! . As soon as it was released on video I managed to obtain a copy, which probably lasted about 6 months. I also <more>
purchased the album, which contains one of the best montage songs ever "No Easy Way Out" and still have it to this day! I must have been through at least 10 copies on video & one DVD.Obviously, the death of Apollo was heartbreaking to me, but Drago just seemed like a monster and I was eagerly awaiting the East Meets West clash in Russia, as Rocky avenges his friends death.Such an amazing film and way better than Rocky 5 and, in my opinion, the other films as well so please check this out - I don't think it's dated well, but to those around in the 80's you should definitely watch this film as soon as possible!
The best classic sport action film from the 80's! (by ivo-cobra8)
Rocky IV 1985 is definitely one of the best Sport action films of the 80's! It is my number one favorite best movie in the Rocky series! I love this movie to death and I don't care what anyone says. It was my first film I saw it as a kid, it is my childhood film and I grew up with this movie! Sylvester Stallone did gave us one of his the most best performances of the Rocky character ever! This film along side with Rocky III is very underrated, misunderstood, bashed and dissed off from fans and it's critics! I love this film to death and it has a special place in my heart. The <more>
film has everything that I love in a Rocky film. It is fast paced and Entertained from beginning till end.The film goes very fast, is not boring, dull or lame, it is actually pretty good film, is not bad is actually good. The fourth installment of the Rocky series isn't the greatest film like, were his predecessors but it is still a good film. People: It's not that bad. In fact, it's really good. Okay, it isn't a classic like the first two movies were, and it suffers further by comparison to "Rambo: First Blood Part II" which came out six months before it. But "Part IV," was still one of the best movies of its year 1985 . That fight at the end was EPIC, just amazing. As for the music, Bill Conti is great but so is Vince Dicola! Vince is a genius on synthesizer music. The fight at the end was a literal clash of the titans level bout, and his music fit it so perfectly! Rocky IV remained the highest grossing sports movie for 24 years before it was overtaken by The Blind Side. It is the fourth and most financially successful entry in the Rocky film series.As a kid Rocky IV was always my favorite best movie. It still is alongside with Rocky I,III and Balboa! It is sad that Apollo dies in this movie I hated that, but the rest was pretty fast entertaining, well faced paced entertained action movie. This is the first movie that place actually took in a different country and not in the US. I love when Rocky Sylvester Stallone fly's to Russia to fight the best undefeated champion Ivan Drago Dolph Lundgren . The training sequences were awesome the fight sequences were entertained and very paced amazing. The soundtracks for this movie were pretty awesome and great. James Brown Living in America was awesome. The fight between Rocky and Drago was set on 25th December Christmas. This is the first Rocky film where the music is not composed by Bill Conti. The Fourth movie was one of the best Sport action movies Directed by Sylvester Stallone, he made such a great wonderful performance I love You Sly. Without you there wouldn't be Rocky.I have heard a lot about this film: Carl Weathers as Apollo Creed and Dolph Lundgren as Ivan Drago really did not get along and got into an a real fight during filming. Lundgren threw Weathers across the ring before it was broken up. You can even see the scene during a press conference regarding the match, hostility is created between Apollo and Drago's respective camps. The fight really went out of hand. Carl Weathers shouted profanities at Lundgren while leaving the ring and announcing that he was calling his agent and quitting the movie. Sylvester Stallone forced and convince those two macho ego actors to comeback and finishing the film. The major problem with this film I have is killing the most best awesome character Apollo Creed. In Rocky sequel almost everyone dies. The killing one of the most favorite characters was one of the worst idea Stallone ever had. In Rocky III Mickey dies, in Rocky IV Apollo dies in Rocky Balboa Adrian Dies. Stallone kept killing our favorite characters but he memorized them. The movie wasn't filmed in Russia which that really disappointed me and I think Stallone should have visit Russia and film at least one scene there. I love sound effects and Rocky IV is one of the few sport movies that applies genuine sound effects from actual punches, bona fide training methods created by boxing consultants, and a bevy of other new special effects. I love everything that it is about this film, everything!"When east meets west, the champion remains standing" Rocky Balboa,heavyweight champion of the world, is the trainer for Apollo Creed in an exhibition match against Ivan Drago, a "superman" boxer from the Soviet Union. When Apollo is killed in the ring by the brutal Drago, Balboa blames himself and promises to avenge his friend's death in the ring. That is the basic and simply plot of the most awesome sport action film of the 80's! Rocky IV is a 1985 American sports film written and directed by Sylvester Stallone, who also starred in the film. The film co-stars Dolph Lundgren, Burt Young, Talia Shire, Carl Weathers, Tony Burton, Brigitte Nielsen, and Michael Pataki. That is the basic plot of the awesome sport action film!The rating I am giving a 10, I love this film to death, I grew up with it and it is my number1 favorite Rocky Film!
Its the foundations to who I am today. Had I never scene it I would of never been inspired to pick up the weights & become a World champion bodybuilder! This is my personal favourite but not the best movie of the series.I am undecided between Rocky 1 & 2. Sly Stallone's life has just as been inspiring as his legendary character. He's had many ups & downs in his career & always prevailed. When he fist wrote Rocky he wanted to play the character & the studios laughed & Sly proved them wrong. Then 30 years later he wanted to finish the series with Rocky Balboa <more>
& the studios laughed at him again especially at 60! Sly proved them wrong again. We all need a modern day hero & Rocky is one of them. Sly has inspired people in the 70's, 80's, 90's & now the millennium. What other actor has done that? I'm sure he will do the same again with John Rambo!
Rocky 4, although it's considered predictable and sometimes very corny, is "The True All-American Movie"...believe it or not. It's one of the only movies in history that's better than some of it's prequels Rocky 2 and Rocky 3 can't even come close and it's messages of revenge and patriotism is fascinating. The plot of an aging boxer who avenges his fellow boxer friend's death in a brutal boxing match proves that you can seek justice and revenge honestly through a sport or by following the rules of society and it takes a lot of hard work to get to the <more>
top. It's all worth it in the end. Oh, and I almost forgot, America is number one! The soundtrack of american pride is great "Living In America" and "No Easy Way Out . The final scene is exciting, even though predictable, because we think to ourself "I'm going to enjoy seeing Rocky kick this heartless communist's ass infront of the whole world... American Style" and when it's all over, predictable or not, you feel wonderful on the inside and proud to be an american.
If I can change and you can change, everybody can change. (by cabasaexpert351)
THIS CONTAINS SPOILERS! This has always been one of my favorite movies ever since I was a kid. I think that this is the best Rocky movie out of any of them. I think it has the deepest storyline that sends out a really powerful message. After Apollo Creed dies Rocky fights Ivan Drago for no money because the fight to him is not about money it is about "keeping Creed's spirit alive and making sure that he didn't die for nothing". Rocky fights in Russia where everyone hates him because he is American but during the fight the crowd sees Rocky's deep determination and his <more>
deep meaning and soon cheers for him instead of their sportsman Ivan Drago because he is fighting for nothing, he is fighting only to win. Rocky is fighting for something much deeper and the crowd can see that. Rocky puts everything that he is into this fight and that is why he wins. Rocky's speech after he wins though says it all. "In here there were two guys killing each other but I guess thats better than fifty million. What I am trying to say if if I can change and if you can change, everybody can change". This is why I love this movie so much it shows the meaning of determination and the meaning of love and what is worth fighting for.
And it was immediately followed by the worst. But "Rocky IV," a charming and bittersweet addition to the series, stands out among its brethren with more heart, better music, and, for the first time in the entire saga, a purpose!What I hate about R4 is Talia Shire. She's never given a good performance. She even left things to be desired in "The Godfather," and here she speaks in a bizarre hush that sounds like she's back in the pet shop again.Fortunately, Sly wins us over with his best turn yet as Balboa, and the very nearly mute Dolph Lundgren does more than plod <more>
through the film going through the motions-- he provides the kind of opponent that we the people who stuck with this series even in its doldrum days have always desperately sought.As for the music, it's still not great, but James Brown's "Living in America" is, as is "No Easy Way Out." I'll take it any day over "Eye of the Tiger" or that nauseating "Gonna Fly Now." Shame on you, Bill Conti!Anyway, enjoy "Rocky IV"-- it's the closest to greatness this series ever came.
No Credibility, But Sure Is Entertaining (by ccthemovieman-1)
Here's another low-brained but very entertaining "Rocky" movie with one more interesting villain. Instead Of "Apollo Creed" or "Mr. T.," we now have "Ivan Drago," Dolph Lundgren a giant Russian who is more like a machine. He's "indestructable" and on steroids, too, and unlike some baseball slugger, he admits it! . He has the latest in technology, nutrition, etc., but you just know the much-smaller disadvantaged hero "Rocky Balboa" Sylvester Stallone will somehow find a way to chop this "Goliath" <more>
down.Minute-for-minute, this might be the most entertaining of all the Rocky films, and looks good on DVD despite some graininess in the first five minutes. Rocky's wife "Adrian" Talia Shire never looked better: mature and pretty; the gruff and profane manager played Burgess Meredith is gone and the repellent obnoxious slob "Paulie" Burt Young has only a few lines. This is the ultimate "David vs. Goliath" tale in every aspect and the final bout - held in Russia - breaks the all-time Rocky record for most punches ever thrown at two fighters. Of course, any real-life human would have been knocked cold about 50 times had they suffered the blows "Rocky" did in this fight! This is a real flag-waving film with Rocky draping the Stars and Stripes around his shoulders. It's a totally unrealistic story but, all of these in the series were similar, credibility-wise, so just go along with it and enjoy the story. It's only an hour-and-a-half and story literally flies by.
The sheer effort Dolph Ivan Drago , Sylvester Rocky Balboa and Carl Apollo Creed must have gone into training for this film must have been truly awesome. They all look amazingly fit and sculptured. I think more so than any current modern day boxer.Kudos to Dolph who in almost his first major feature film his first was View to a Kill made, at least for me, a major impact. Despite his lack of dialog "I must break you" is right up there with Schwarzenegger's "I'll be back". He looked amazingly strong - a freak almost - just as the plot intended. Scary. He <more>
looked even taller than the 6 inch difference between him and Stallone Lundgren 6'4", Stallone 5'10" .I would think that difference in height/reach would make him nigh on impossible to defeat if this were REAL. Of course it is a movie. Dolph is the highlight and was sad to see Apollo's demise but at least it shut him up . The writers must have based Apollo's character on Muhammed Ali surely! Am currently watching Rocky V and is interesting so far!
Part IV of the Rocky saga has Rocky Balboa Sylvester Stallone battling the intimidating Soviet athlete Drago Dolph Lundgren , after he defeated Apollo Creed Carl Weathers in an exhibition match. Therefore, is a revenge match for Rocky in the heart of Russia.Like Rocky III, this is one of those movies I saw once when I was a little kid. While I don't remember much of it, I do recall rooting for Rocky in the boxing matches and do remember it as being of the more exciting movies to watch back in the 1980s. The boxing matches are well-choreographed, rousing and gets your heart pumping. <more>
Sylvester Stallone does great in his Rocky role and gives a very heroic depiction of his character. Dolph Lundgren is a formidable opponent as Drago to Rocky, and, throw in the two in the ring and you would get another epic fight of the century.Overall, it's another nice piece of sport drama movie and one of Stallone's best.Grade B+