Creed II

Creed II
Creed II




130 minutes


Drama, Sport



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Set three years after the last Rocky spin-off, Adonis Creed now holds the World Heavyweight Championship title, but must juggle his newfound success as he begins to settle down with musician Bianca. This balancing act is thrown off course when former Soviet boxer Ivan Drago, who killed Creed’s father in the ring years earlier, arrives in the US to pit his son against Creed to regain his glory. Fueled by wanting to avenge his father’s death and his own complicated feelings of grief, Creed must decide whether pursuing his dreams should come at the cost of his new family, especially when Rocky Balboa is hesitant to continue as his trainer. Alongside epic boxing scenes, this is also a compelling exploration of defiance, family and mental health.

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Moderate violence, language.

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