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Special Features

Deleted scenes and alternate ending; Boxing's bloopers; Skill vs. Will: The Making of Rocky Balboa; Reality in the Ring: Filming Rocky's Final Fight; Virtual Champion: Creating the Computer Fight; Audio commentary with Sylvester Stallone
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/20/2007
  • UPC: 043396161900
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:42:00
  • Format: DVD

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Rocky Balboa
1. Start [5:51]
2. Big Shadow [2:38]
3. Adrian's [3:06]
4. The Tour [5:02]
5. Marie [5:11]
6. A Lot of History [3:27]
7. Special Guests [2:29]
8. Then Vs. Now [2:56]
9. A Lot of Good Mileage Left [4:23]
10. Home Team [5:37]
11. The Beast Inside [2:18]
12. What's Right [3:02]
13. Legacy on the Line [2:07]
14. "Who Put This Stuff in Your Head?" [3:04]
15. Paulie Takes a Hit [2:58]
16. "Fighters Fight" [4:23]
17. "See You at the Fight" [1:56]
18. The Hardest Hitter [4:21]
19. A New Corner Man [1:23]
20. Building Hurtin' Bombs [3:31]
21. The Last Thing to Age [3:24]
22. The Chairman & The Stallion [5:06]
23. "Enjoy the Ride" [2:53]
24. Heavy Bag Vs. Punching Bag [3:24]
25. Rattling Ancestors [4:59]
26. The Stuff in the Basement [3:22]
27. Valedictory [2:39]
28. "We Did It" [5:55]
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Disc #1 -- Rocky Balboa
   Play Movie
   Languages
      Audio Set Up
         English
         French
      Subtitles
         English
         French
         Spanish
         Subtitles Off
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Commentary With Sylvester Stallone: On/Off
      Deleted Scenes & Alternate Ending
         Play All
         Paulie Paints
         Breakfast
         Andy's Bar (Original)
         Paulie's Girlfriend Moves His Things
         Rocky & Steps
         Paulie Breaks Down
         Alternate Ending
         Rocky Sparring
      Boxing's Bloopers
      Skill Vs. Will: The Making of Rocky Balboa
      Reality in the Ring: Filming Rocky's Final Fight
      Virtual Champion: Creating the Computer Fight
      Previews
         Are We Done Yet?
         Spider-Man 3
         Surf's Up
         Daddy Day Camp
         Casino Royale
         Stranger Than Fiction
         Gridiron Gang
         The Pursuit of Happyness
         Spider-Man 2.1
         The Natural - Director's Cut
         Stomp the Yard
         Crossover
   Previews
      Are We Done Yet?
      Spider-Man 3
      Surf's Up
      Daddy Day Camp
      Casino Royale
      Stranger Than Fiction
      Gridiron Gang
      The Pursuit of Happyness
      Spider-Man 2.1
      The Natural - Director's Cut
      Stomp the Yard
      Crossover
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Another Good Rocky Flick

    Rocky Balboa was much better than I thought it would be, this being the last one I would recommend seeing it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Yo Adrian! I did it!

    Like a lot of people I had an enormous emount of trepidation upon seeing this movie, but it was one of the most inspiring films I have ever seen. I have a strong feeling that a lot of the lines will be quoted over and over again in locker rooms and in ringside corners to inspire the athletes to do their best, which is absolutely what Stallone has done with this film. The scene where Robert confronts his Dad in the street is my favorite! We all need to be told that we are better than what we seem to ourselves. Congrats to Sly for putting together such a fine film.My only dig is what happened to the brain damage that he suffered at the hands of Ivan Drago? Seemed like it never happened.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Nice Surprise

    I have always been a fan of these movies, I think the first "Rocky" being one of the best movies ever made. This one ranks right up there. I think Sylvester Stallone got back to his roots in this movie and this movie had a lot of soul to it. I found myself shedding a tear at different intervals while watching it. This movie had a lot of positive messages that would give anyone with any sensitivity a reason to reconsider any negative aspects of their own lives. A great movie!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great ending to a great series of movies!

    This movie was outstanding. It was great to have Rocky back out on the big screen! The music got me pumped!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    ROCKY PACKS A PUNCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I was dissapointed that somone dies but it gives the movie what it needs. Rocko is a winner over and over again!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    "It Ain't Over Til It's Over"

    Who would have expected Sylvester Stallone to be able to squeeze yet another movie out of his internationally successful Rocky series? Well, friends, the guy may have aged with the rest of us but Stallone's ability to go to the heart of the character he has made an icon still is strong. As a result ROCKY BALBOA, though overly sentimental at times (which is in keeping with the Rocky we have all grown to know) plays as a show of strength not only in the boxing ring, but also in the viability of the heart. The aged Rocky runs a restaurant named after his deceased wife Adrian (who gratefully appears in flashbacks of the original Talia Shire) where he chats with his devoted customers as the still admired boxing hero of Philadelphia. His trainer Paulie (Burt Young) has aged too, but the two remain close. Rocky also encounters a lonely single mother Marie (Geraldine Hughes) and befriends her and her racially mixed son Steps (James Francis Kelly III). Mildly estranged from his son (Milo Ventimiglia) who is trying to make a life for himself in his father's shadow, Rocky happens to see a spoof on television placing Rocky as the contender against the new heavyweight champion Mason 'The Line' Dixon (Antonio Tarver, a boxer who was groomed as an actor for this film), a fighter who lacks soul and seems to foretell the end of passionate boxing. With such a huge support group Rocky decides to train and actually compete, fighting Dixon with multiple incentives. The ending demonstrates the power of willpower and the greater power of humanity and love because 'you gotta keep movin' forward'. ROCKY BALBOA, then, is a fine finish for a series of films that have gained a permanent place in the history of cinema. It is a pleasure to see Sylvester Stallone act and direct a very fine cast of actors in a genuinely satisfying film. There are many worthwhile messages with the frames of this old-fashioned movie. Grady Harp

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Best since the original Rocky...

    I need to state this off first---I am a huge Rocky fan. However I went into this movie with a lot of expectations and high hopes---and I was NOT let down. In fact, it was better than I had hoped. Stallone embodies this character so well (as he has in all the films, especially the first one and II), and he has a keen eye for detail. His writing, directing and acting are all often overlooked because of some of the projects that he's picked over the years. But he SHINES in this. You can definitely tell this is his baby and that he was born to create and play this role. If you liked the first one (even a little bit), you will not be dissapointed.

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