Creed

Creed
Creed

Year

2015

Duration

113 minutes

Genres

Drama, Sport

Language

English

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Synopsis

Despite having been pulled from foster homes and given a privileged upbringing by his father’s wife Mary Anne, Adonis Johnson retains a desire to fight that is seemingly in his blood. Having seen firsthand the damage that boxing can do, Mary Anne is keen to protect Adonis from following in the footsteps of his father, Apollo Creed. Undeterred by her concern, Adonis quits his corporate job to pursue boxing professionally and heads to Philadelphia to seek his father’s friend and former rival, Rocky Balboa. While naturally talented in the ring, Adonis’ pride and quick temper are potential setbacks. Will his wish to succeed on his own merits without making use of his father’s name stand in the way of his success?

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12 Classification

Violence and injury detail, infrequent strong language.

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