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Rocky 4K 1976
Rocky 4K 1976

Rocky 4K 1976

USA     Movies / Drama 4K
Producer:
John G. Avildsen
Cast:
Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire, Burt Young, Carl Weathers, Burgess Meredith, Thayer David, Joe Spinell, Jimmy Gambina, Bill Baldwin, Al Silvani, George Memmoli, Jodi Letizia, Diana Lewis, George O'Hanlon, Larry Carroll, Stan Shaw, Don Sherman, Billy Sands.
IMDB 8.1
File Size: 54.91 GB
Film Description
Philadelphia. Rocky Balboa is a young boxer who lives in a run-down apartment and barely makes ends meet, racking up debts for his boss Tony Gazzo and the occasional fight. Each of his dull days is like the one before, and there is not much of a bright future in sight. But one day, his luck finally runs out when he gets an unexpected offer to fight current champion Apollo Creed.

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I remember my past life: the bitter young days when I sought only death as an escape from the loneliness and rejection of my surroundings. I remember my school years, when I could not do pull-ups on the bar and climb the rope to the right grade in the gym. The times when girls looked at me like I was an 'empty place out of nowhere named no way,' even remember the angry faces of my classmates who threw my stuff around the classroom. A kind of revelation with God, which once changed this whole life 'upside down', was for me watching the 1976 film, 'Rocky.

Basically, all I had to do to escape my terrifying reality was to enter the world of cinema. A world that helps me learn about life and find many answers to it. Forgetting for a moment the timing of my reality, I began to realize that the reality of Rocky's story I had imagined, but already with me in the lead role, was no longer just an illusion and my fantasy. Any fantasy, as you know, is a hidden desire that a person unknowingly realizes. I did not notice how under the pressure of the impression of the film I immediately changed and changed, and after me my life changed, so brightly that Andersen's 'The Ugly Duckling' is only a 'dry' parable.

To the fanfare of 'Gonna fly now' I gradually began to gain wings behind my back. Ever lifting me and my spirit from my knees, it makes me soar and overcome all the troubles that have developed around me. Bill Conti's soundtrack is a real call of any person, not only me, to break down barriers and correct his life space in this World, because it was his work that gave me and a million other people like me a completely different inner energy. People with its help were getting rid of the 'chains and fetters' of their fears and fears, discovering the World in a completely different color.

John J. Evildsen, by realizing in all its subtlety and beauty the original screenplay and Stallone's idea of the loser boxer, gave overnight to the World not just a film that lifts from oblivion, but a picture that animated and continues to animate 'grayness and hopelessness'. I am sure she will continue her brave work begun in '76 and with millions of people of the new generations, thereby illuminating the distant star of the desired future, which only needs to be reached, because it exists. There are many examples of my strong, seemingly unrealistic speeches. One is Matt Damon or the Klitschko brothers, who once admitted to the press that it was this movie that made their future exactly as it is now.

'Rocky' is a film that brings to life people who are already on the verge of being self-absorbed and lost in the World, changing the colors of that very World for them. The movie trembles about overcoming the algorithm of destiny that should seemingly be our only path into the darkness of the unknown. 'Poor Neighborhood Guy' (alternate working title) forces us to look at ourselves as a winner rather than a loser. Along with Rocky, coming to life from the void, and beginning his triumphant march first through the streets of his neighborhood, embodying the beginnings of a new soul, and then down the famous steps of the gallery, the path of life. Each step along which is a new peak and a new victory over yourself and reality, which over time is transformed beyond recognition.

The film must be taken by a man who is going to change his life and make it better than it is. And already from the screen, such values as: Courage and Will, Perseverance and Work, Pressure and Fervor, Confidence and Savvy, Naturalness and Spontaneity, Creativity and, most importantly, Pure Consciousness, which is free from the suffocation of reality, which hovers over all the difficulties, over all the problems, over everything that we used to call: 'My life is shit'. The bloody fight in the picture between Rocky Balboa and Apollo Creed, magnificently conveyed to us by the creators is an example of my rant. This fight is nothing but a visualization and the best confirmation of the philosophy of the author himself:

' ...It doesn't matter how hard you hit, it's how hard you can take... '


The solid editing and directing of Rocky's training, not only in the original film but in the entire biopic, is the foundation or linchpin of the entire franchise. It is this training that highlights all the spiritual and physical strength of the hero, ready to rise to the challenge posed by a champion. Sylvester Stallone throughout the film brilliantly demonstrates 'How' you need to change your life, how to take all your will into fist, how to look at reality with different eyes. Evildsen and Stallone have given birth to a brainchild that will never die, and over the years will only grow even more famous and popular, giving people faith and hope for the best.

A lengthy account of everything else that the film gratuitously bestows on its viewers would take too much time for me and you, I will only say one last thing: 'When I begin to gradually fall to the bottom of life or get lost in the whirlpool of its passions - this picture, clutching once truly to my heart, to the song 'Gonna fly now' helps me tell myself that the 'fight' is not over while I am still alive...

Info Blu-ray
Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (56.9 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

Audio
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 16-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono (48kHz, 16-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 2.0
French: Dolby Digital 5.1 (640 kbps)
German: Dolby Digital 5.1 (640 kbps)
Italian: Dolby Digital 5.1 (640 kbps)
Spanish (Latino): Dolby Digital 5.1 (640 kbps)
Spanish: Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono (192 kbps)

Subtitles
English SDH, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch.



File size: 54.91 GB
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