Jacob Zinn :: journalist + photographer

Rocky in four words

Posted in Boxing, Sports, TV & Film by Jacob Zinn on June 22, 2009

To go with my review of the Rocky series and the Will Ferrell four word film review, this is the Rocky FWFR. Enjoy.

Rocky FWFR

Rocky Balboa v. Apollo Creed

Rocky (1976)
Rocky Balboa v. Apollo Creed

Carl Weathers Rocky’s punches.
Rocky rocks. Creed bleeds.
Sly beats the meat.

My Review: Philly museum = Rocky’s StairMaster.

Rocky Balboa v. Apollo Creed II

Rocky II (1979)
Rocky Balboa v. Apollo Creed II

Only double KO ever!
Rocky knocky Apollo’s blocky.
Rocky retires Apollo mission.

My Review: Back for round II.

Rocky III (1982)
Rocky Balboa v. James “Clubber” Lang

Clubber pities the foo’.
Mr. T predicts pain.
Vengeful champ ices T.

My Review: Eye of the tiger.

Rocky Balboa v. Ivan Drago

Rocky IV (1985)
Rocky Balboa v. Ivan Drago

Box in the USSR.
Rocky brings down Communism!
Rocky gets ‘roided Russkie.

My Review: Drago fight drags on.

Rocky Balboa v. Tommy Gunn

Rocky V (1990)
Rocky Balboa v. Tommy Gunn

‘Machine’ Gunn lacks ammo.
Senile southpaw still slugging.
Sly & Family Stallone.

My Review: Gunn up in smoke.

Rocky Balboa v. Mason Dixon

Rocky Balboa (2006)
Rocky Balboa v. Mason Dixon

Boxer battles opponent, osteoperosis.
Rocky VI, Stallone LX.
Sly re-beats the meat.

My Review: Rocky’s last glory day.

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  1. tdhsaurabh said, on May 19, 2010 at 8:29 AM

    I am a very big fan of “Rocky “, you can read my blog about rocky here

    http://tdhsaurabh.wordpress.com/2010/05/18/sylvester-stallones-rocky-a-tribute/


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