Its about how hard you get hit
Alas, Babylon: Pat Frank by SparkNotes
It’s About How Hard You Can Get Hit and Keep Moving Forward
Sylvester Stallone and Michael B Jordan star in the second installment of the boxing drama. Pardon us while we plunder boxing cliches for evidence that the Rocky sequence serves as an effective metaphor for itself. It has, from time to time, become a washed-up bum — brawling for nickels in midnight dives — but it has always slugged its way back into the big time. It slumped off into retirement and spent nights staring mournfully at ancient welts on more ancient knuckles. Yet it kept being lured back to the bloodied canvas. As it reaches a triumphant eighth episode with Creed II , which comes out this week, we salute its refusal to throw in the towel when the going gets tough. We can keep this up all night.
It was about 22 years ago when I watched my first ROCKY movie Rocky III and it really inspired me to get up from defeat after failing my exams and to train hard to become a winner in life. One day, Rocky decides to come out of retirement and to get back into the ring. He feels the need to fight because of emotional issues that he needs to resolve within himself. Naturally, he is criticized and made fun of because he is fighting opponents half his age. His son a corporate executive in his 30s is totally against the idea. His career is going nowhere and he blames his father for casting a big shadow over him.
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