Creed (2015) 1080p YIFY Movie

Creed (2015) 1080p

The former World Heavyweight Champion Rocky Balboa serves as a trainer and mentor to Adonis Johnson, the son of his late friend and former rival Apollo Creed.

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  • Genre: Drama | Sport
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.55G
  • Resolution: 1920x800 / 23.976 (23976/1000) fpsfps
  • Language: English  
  • Run Time: 133
  • IMDB Rating: 7.9/10 
  • MPR: Normal
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The Synopsis for Creed (2015) 1080p

Adonis Johnson is the son of the famous boxing champion Apollo Creed, who died in a boxing match in (1985). Adonis wasn't born until after his father's death and wants to follow his fathers footsteps in boxing. He seeks a mentor who is the former heavyweight boxing champion and former friend of Apollo Creed, the retired Rocky Balboa. Rocky eventually agrees to mentor Adonis. With Rocky's help they hope to get a title job to face even deadlier opponents than his father. But whether he is a true fighter remains to be seen....

The Director and Players for Creed (2015) 1080p

[Director]Ryan Coogler
[Role:]Michael B. Jordan
[Role:]Sylvester Stallone
[Role:]Tessa Thompson

The Reviews for Creed (2015) 1080p

Generic black lad tries boxing on a whimReviewed byshanethewolfVote: 3/10

Before I begin I must say that Rocky is my favourite movie of all time. What made Rocky so gripping is the fact that the protagonist was a classic underdog striving to reach his potential and stand up to his critics and those who set out to humiliate him. It's a film about determination, passion and persistence and we get to follow him on this tough journey.

Creed, on the other hand, is a story of a generic black lad who takes up boxing on a whim because his dad was a boxer. Unlike his father who radiates charisma, Adonis Creed has a distinct lack of a personality and just fits into the stereotype for two dimensional black male protagonists. In fact, I would say he's the most two dimensional character since Anakin Skywalker in The Phantom Menace.

Of course, the Hollywood template requires a love subplot, so throw in generic black girl. We also have Rocky making a token return. To his credit, Stallone has a couple of emotional scenes and plays them very well, but the subplot seemed somewhat rushed and the rest of this movie.

I just couldn't get behind Creed. I didn't feel his motive for boxing; I didn't feel any emotion behind his performance or see any real heart or passion. It's like he gets his opportunities handed to him and just comes across as an advantaged kid.

For me, the most interesting character in this movie was the champion, Ricky Conlan. He is cocky, brash and intimidating and Tony Bellew plays the role in a convincing way. In fact, he's very reminiscent of Apollo Creed in the first two Rocky films and his characteristics would've made for a much more interesting Adonis Creed in my opinion, as an anti-hero protagonist.

Unfortunately "Pretty Ricky" gets limited screen time and doesn't get the build up he deserves. As a result, there is no rivalry between the two boxers and no real sense of adversity. I soon found myself backing Conlan and hoping for him to teach Creed some humility.

Maybe I am being harsh on this movie because I'm comparing it to Rocky, but this is clearly a rehash of the original classic, so a comparison is inevitable. And on the whole it falls drastically short, lacking all the main traits that made the original movie so successful.

A love letter to Rocky and film fans alikeReviewed byKevin OliverVote: 10/10

There's no other way to say it; Creed is a knockout.

From start to finish, this film exhilarates and crackles with brilliant on screen performances and masterfully directed fight sequences. It wholeheartedly captures what was so brilliant about the first film: the characters. Yes, I'll return to theaters to see the fights, but it's the characters, particularly Rocky and Adonis that truly captivated me from start to finish.

I can't say enough great things about writer/director Ryan Coogler. The way he masterfully captures the modern spirit of Philadelphia and the visceral tension of standing toe-to-toe with a man who wants to see you hit the ground is second to none. What stood out the most, however, was his writing of Rocky Balboa. The subtle nuances that we love about the Italian Stallion are effortlessly worked into the script and flow like water from Sly's crooked mouth. Speaking of, the script would be for naught if it weren't for the beautiful performances by Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone. I'm not ashamed to say I was brought to tears at various parts of this film.

I'm just so happy to say that this film wasn't a disappointment. This film exceeded my wildest hopes of a 7th Rocky installment and had me feeling amped up for hours after the credits rolled. I can't wait to see more from the talent involved in this film, and I proudly endorse and recommend Creed to Rocky fans and film fans alike.

An Exhilarating Showcase of Talent and Heart.Reviewed bytjgoalie13Vote: 9/10

Ryan Coogler's Creed delivers on everything that a great boxing film should, and represents a full return to form for Rocky. Directed by superstar in the making Ryan Coogler, and starring powerful performances from Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone the film is amazing. Creed is exhilarating, beautifully acted, while honoring the previous Rocky films lovingly. The film may be a little too familiar at times, but at least approaches it's overused plot lines with a different take.

From the opening scene the film captures your attention, showing us a glimpse into who this character is "a fighter." The film remains an exhilarating journey with this character, who is easy to connect with. As the film progresses, Coogler mixes old techniques like the famous Rocky slow motion sequences, with newer (less used) techniques like very intimate fight sequences, where the camera helps the viewer feel like they're standing in the ring. The film will draw you in from the moment it starts, to the moment it ends.

One reason the film is so exhilarating is the terrific acting of Michael B. Jordan, who leads this journey. Once again teaming up with director Ryan Coogler Jordan anchors the film, and in the process creates a relatable, and human main character. On this note, after seeing "Creed" and "Fruitvale Station" I would be willing to make the bold statement that I think Ryan Coogler is on his way to becoming the next Scorsese. All of this being said what may be even more satisfying is seeing Sylvester Stallone return to form as Rocky Balboa.

Some may criticize the movie for not bringing a lot of original plot lines to the movie, they would be right. However, while not very original the film handles these plot lines from a different perspective. No longer are we watching the nobody rising up against the odds, now we see a man trying to get out of the larger than life shadows of a man he never knew. Those who love the Rocky films recognize the slow motion moments in almost every film, and the iconic way the boxing matches were choreographed. Creed departs from the overuse of slow motion and more adapts the fight choreography of Raging Bull, while still mixing the essence of the Rocky fight scenes.

The way Coogler mixes old with new in many different ways helps make the whole film feel like the story it's telling. Coogler captures the tone of the older Rocky films, while also making a film distinctly different. Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone deliver, and Creed ends up being exactly what fans hoped it would be. In the end if you have the time go see Creed, it's a terrific 2 hours to spend.

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