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ROCKY IV: 30th Anniversary Screening

Directed By: Sylvester Stallone | 1985 | 1h 31m | Rated PG

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O Cinema Wynwood

90 NW 29th Street, Miami (305) 571-9970

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• General Admission – $12.00
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Popcorn Nights & O Cinema are proud to present the 30th Anniversary of ROCKY IV

 * Rocky video game pre-show in O Cinema Lobby ! *
(retro video games by DKoldies,) 
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I love the Rocky series. There are 6 films in the franchise, and even the flawed “Rocky V” still manages to be entertaining.  Later this year we will see Stallone reprise his role as the Italian Stallion Rocky Balboa in the spin-off, “Creed”.  Popcorn Nights and O Cinema have decided to host a 30th anniversary screening of the fan-favorite installment “Rocky IV”.  Released in 1985, “Rocky IV” not only managed to be the most financially successful installment but also contains what many (including myself) consider Rocky’s match with Ivan Drago one of the best cinematic boxing matches to date.  Make sure to step into the O Cinema ring and join us for ROCKY IV!

Rocky IV is a 1985 American sports film written and directed by Sylvester Stallone, who also starred in the film. The film co-stars Dolph Lundgren, Burt Young, Talia Shire, Carl Weathers, Tony Burton, Brigitte Nielsen, and Michael Pataki. It is the fourth and most financially successful entry in the Rocky film series.

In the film, the Soviet Union and their top boxer make an entrance into professional boxing with their best athlete Ivan Drago who initially wants to take on World Champion Rocky Balboa. His best friend Apollo Creed decides to fight him instead, but is killed in the ring. Enraged by this, Rocky decides to fight Drago in Russia to avenge his friend and defend the honor of his country. Critical reception was mixed, but the film earned $300 million at the box office. This film marked Carl Weathers’ final appearance in the series. The film’s success led to a fifth entry released on November 16, 1990.

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The screening will be hosted by Marc Ferman of PopcornNights.com  and giveaways by 80s Tees.

Popcorn Nights and O Cinema have teamed up for a special monthly retro movie night that will take place the last week of each month!