Rocky IV: Rocky Vs. Drago

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Synopsis

Rocky Balboa proudly holds the world heavyweight boxing championship, but a new challenger has stepped forward: Drago, a six-foot-four, 261-pound fighter who has the backing of the Soviet Union.

Cast

  • Sylvester Stallone
  • Talia Shire
  • Burt Young
  • Carl Weathers
  • Brigitte Nielsen
  • Tony Burton
  • Michael Pataki
  • Dolph Lundgren

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The movie takes what was an 80s campy film into something that's a little more serious. The robot is gone which is good. Some of the additional scenes were not necessary like Adrian and Rocky in the kitchen. It was good to see Drago have a few more lines. It actually built a little more depth to his character. Was a little bit choppy in spots. If they had included a few bits from the original it probably would have smoothed out the choppy spots. All in all very interesting watch definitely recommend for any Rocky fan.

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Sylvester Stallone is a phenomenal storyteller— what a treat to be able to see an evolved version of what was already an iconic movie!!! So much crying and cheering despite knowing the outcomes already. Great stories live forever!!!

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Sharon F

Metacritic

88

Whereas Stallone with Rambo is messing around with real places and real events, in Rocky IV we all know that this is pure Hollywood, pure fantasy. And very well made Hollywood fantasy, indeed.

Metacritic review by Gene Siskel
Gene Siskel
Chicago Tribune
50

Rocky IV is movie-making by the numbers. Even the climactic fight scene isn't as exciting as it should be, maybe because we know with a certainty born of long experience how it will turn out.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times