Creed II is a movie I watched because I was told it’s worthwhile. It certainly would have been a better experience overall if I were a serious boxing fan. Nevertheless, if like myself you’re just a fan of good movies, that too is enough. Because thanks to the story, dramatic performances and that rather great fight sequence near the end, I had a good time with director Steven Caple Jr.’s film.
Centred around what is arguably the most important fight of Adonis Creed’s life, I enjoyed the emotional journey and overarching tension as Creed grows into the man and the mindset required to get to where he needs to be. I also liked the rather moving moments in and outside of the boxing ring. From the time Creed learns of his opponent, to the required balancing act where his family life is concerned and the intense training in the desert which culminates in the all-important biggest fight of his life.
Regarding the question of whether Creed IIis better than Creed, the good news is that they’re both worthy. As such, definitely watch it if you’re into boxing. For everyone else, it’s beautifully shot, particularly the training and fight scenes. Lastly, you will be moved and the cast is great.
Trailer 2 for Creed II is officially great. I’m loving the intensity and purpose behind Adonis Creed’s eyes.
Directed by Steven Caple Jr; Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, Tessa Thompson, and Florian Munteanu are among the stars.
Here’s the thing; I wasn’t going to get drawn into watching another boxing movie because, you know, they’re all pretty much the same. The other thing is I’d just watched a different boxing movie trailer which, I have to admit didn’t look especially great. That unfortunate experience rightly brought me straight here.
Having thoroughly enjoyed this new Creed 2 trailer, It’s official, I’m in for the story, the intensity and maybe one or two other things.
In the Steven Caple Jr. directed Creed II, Rocky Balboa and newly crowned heavyweight champion Adonis Creed team up to fight Viktor Drago, the son of Ivan Drago.
Additional key cast includes Sylvester Stallone, Tessa Thompson and Florian Munteanu.
This one is, I imagine quite exciting for dedicated fans of boxing and the Balboa/Creed/Drago story. I’m more of a general ‘good film’ fan. Therefore, there’s a chance that this may be for me too, probably.