Creed [PG) *** Fists of Fury!

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  • Ready to capture your soul is this 2 hour treat, now drawing crowds to Cineplex Odeon theatres across B.C.

    Perfect timing right before the holiday season comes this tale of a troubled young man looking for direction. Born to lead and win is Adonis Johnson. Consider this part to be a star maker for young Michael B. Jordan. Appealing in The extreme, our young man yearns to be a boxer. That urge to fight others was learned at an early age. Some may even say it was inherited.

    DNA and a pedigree may In fact motivate Adonis to succeed. However in Order to clean up his act and hone his abilities Adonis needs help. Who better than Rocky Balboa to show our upstart the ropes. He’s back! Yes indeed Sylvester Stallone returns to his former glory as the ace boxer whose mentoring skills prove to be invaluable to this young upstart who’s roots are connected to Apollo Creed.

    Smart, emotional, exciting and full of spirit Creed connects on all levels. Sly Stallone is totally endearing as the once great fighter with Michael Jordan terrific as the new kid on the block and inexperienced man in the ring. Superb footage in The boxing arena combined with an appealing soundtrack and exciting Philadelphia neighbourhoods make Creed a warm winning experience full of hope and desire. What a great date movie or film for any occasion!

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