Well he hasn't fought God yet....Zeonix said:I only liked the one with the Russian. I don't know which one that was.
If Rocky was pretty much brain-dead by Rocky V, how the hell is he going to do anything in Rocky VI and who is left for him to fight?
I already said he fought the Russian guy O_O. Yeah, that guy was crazy. You could just tell he wanted to pull off a Mega Atomic Buster on Rocky.Cap J said:Well he hasn't fought God yet....
Wikipedia said:The film earned a disappointing $16 million on its opening weekend and $40 million in total US box-office profits, about one-third of its predecessor's take.
Regardless of what I quoted above, I personally didn't like Rocky V as much as the prequels. There are things in the movie that were good, such as the final fight, and the character George W. Duke who seems to be a replica of Don King.Wikipedia said:In addition to being less-than-successful at the box office, the last segment in the Rocky series left a sour taste in hardcore fans' mouths as it left the hero back where he started, arguably with nothing to show for it. The film departed from the standard "Rocky" formula on display in the previous four films and that made it extremely unpopular with the audience that was drawn to sequels.
Many fans of the Rocky series have been known to proclaim "Rocky V never happened." Nonetheless, it is still available on cable television, just as the other sequels are, and is still well known worldwide.