After dominating the boxing world, Adonis Creed puts his future on the line to battle a fighter who has nothing to lose…and everything to gain.
No Rockie but overall it was a good 3rd chapter
Great movie! Ignore the reviewers stuck in the 17th century
Been a huge fan of the Creed series and this particular movie was a great addition. A story of family, love, sacrifice, tragedy, perseverance and friendship.
Ignore the people complaining that it’s woke. We are in 2023, not 1823. You can’t take anyone like that seriously or their reviews.
Still A Masterpiece Whether You LIKE It Or Not
Just because other people’s favorite movie star (from 47 years ago) didn’t MAKE no appearance in the movie it’s supposed to be CONSIDERED not worth SEEING? All of you “spike ceiling” audiences need to GET OVER IT
Rebuke woke movies.
No Rocky in it…
Meh, Just Ok
Not as good as the first 2 films. Also suffered not having Stallone in the film.
The First Two Creed Films Were The Best
By Classic Rad Racer
I loved all the main actors and actresses in the film. I really liked the Felix character as well, but the first two Creed films were the best. I could have done without the slow motion scenes. They just cheapened the movie for me, and the cgi for the crowd looked bad too. I also thought the empty arena scene during the fight was lame. With the pretty decent plot I think there could have been a better soundtrack because it wasn’t very memorable, although I did like the song that was done at the label party scene a lot. Finally, I just wish I could have been able to redeem my digital copy of the film in iTunes instead of a platform I didn’t want.
Bad Storytelling, Woke and Stale Formula
I liked Creed, I thought Creed 2 was also pretty good... This one falls off of a cliff compared to the first two. My biggest complaints are that it just feels stale at this point, the directors want viewers to buy into the idea that 10 years have passed since the last one and Creed is past his prime now which is ridiculous when he's being played by Michael B Jordan, the dialogue feels inauthentic, the fight scenes have largely gotten worse and worse over the course of three films, and yes it's very woke. I could've easily given 1 star but I thought one star would have people think I had an agenda.