Rocky V

Rocky V

Rocky V

Former champ Rocky Balboa becomes a trainer in the fifth film in Sylvester Stallone's boxing series, with original Rocky director John G Avildsen returning to the helm. Broke and suffering permanent damage from his bout with Ivan Drago, Rocky finds solace in training new up-and-comer Tommy Gunn (played by real-life professional boxer Tommy Morrison).

1990Rating: PG, Violence104 minsUSA
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Reviews & comments

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

press

The only good thing you can say about "Rocky V" is that at least Stallone has the sense to throw in the towel.

Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

press

This sweetly downtrodden, punch-drunk Rocky is often appealing to watch. Yet as a character, he doesn’t have much drive — and neither, I’m afraid, does the movie.

TV Guide

TV Guide

press

For the most part, the "Rocky" pictures have been outstanding entertainments, beautifully crafted and executed, and Rocky V is an important and worthwhile addition to the series.

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

press

The only good thing you can say about "Rocky V" is that at least Stallone has the sense to throw in the towel.

Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

press

This sweetly downtrodden, punch-drunk Rocky is often appealing to watch. Yet as a character, he doesn’t have much drive — and neither, I’m afraid, does the movie.

TV Guide

TV Guide

press

For the most part, the "Rocky" pictures have been outstanding entertainments, beautifully crafted and executed, and Rocky V is an important and worthwhile addition to the series.

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