a 1976 sports drama the tells the story of Rocky Balboa an uneducated but kind heart debt collector for a loan shark in Philadelphia who later gets a shot at the World Heacyweight Championship. Sylvester Stallone co-wrote the script and starred as Rocky. The movie was so successful it's spawned five sequels...so far!
"The more I go to church, and the more I turn myself over to the process of believing in Jesus and listening to His Word and having Him guide my hand, I feel as though the pressure is off me now." Sylvester Stallone.
This quote really got to me yesterday during the movie #creed. It is true not only in #boxing but in #life. Great movie!! My brother taught me a simple phrase "5 to survive!" The first 5 minutes are always the hardest. Whether its first 5 minutes of waking up first 5 minutes on a run first 5 minutes of a difficult conversation.. whatever it is all you have to do is get past the first 5 minutes. (It's not always 5 minutes.. it could be longer or it could be shorter.. just remember 5 to…
I hate boxing. But this is a movie that isn't about boxing. It's about someone who happens to be a boxer. And its brilliance has never faded. It still brings a lump to my throat at the end every time I see it.
Minimalist movie poster - Rocky (1976). Rocky Balboa, a small-time boxer, gets a supremely rare chance to fight the heavy-weight champion, Apollo Creed, in a bout in which he strives to go the distance for his self-respect.