Rocky II

Rocky II
Rocky II

Year

1979

Duration

113 minutes

Genres

Drama, Sport

Language

English

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Synopsis

In this character-driven sporting epic, the much-awaited sequel to the Oscar-winning hit Rocky (1976), the Italian Stallion faces conflict both in and outside the ring. After achieving immediate fame in his previous bout with Apollo Creed, Rocky seemingly has it all. But his lack of sophistication in front of the camera means he is unable to cash in on lucrative endorsements. Embarrassed and financially fragile, the Philadelphia heavyweight is persuaded to don his gloves for the 'Rematch of the Century' against Apollo - a fight not just for the world title or money, but a courageous battle to regain his lost pride.

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PG Classification

Contains moderate violence and mild bad language.

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