"Creed II" is now in theaters. The main character, Adonis Creed, played by Michael B. Jordan, will face the son of Russian fighter Ivan Drago. Drago is the fighter who killed Creed's father in "Rocky IV". The movie looks exciting, and fans are excited to see Creed and Drago in the ring. Jordan fans have been giving excellent reviews to the film, but some critics say that "Creed II" is too predictable. Are you watching "Creed II"?
Most people who have come to the movies to watch the movie are giving it excellent reviews. The movie follows the plan of the "Rocky" series, but fans are praising Jordan and his loving interest in Tessa Thompson for his performances.
# Creed2 It has the energy and depth of character of the first CREED with some creative winks to the previous ROCKY films. The fights are top notch, as always, and even if you know where you're going, you're still cheering from the edge of your seat. Definitely a worthy sequel. pic.twitter.com/p5nrcXcCat
– Erik Davis (@ErikDavis) November 16, 2018
In agreement! So I saw it # Creed2 Last night and definitely worth seeing. Even if you only come to see Michael B Jordan. It's good.
– M & # 39; baeku (@UFullOfBritt) November 20, 2018
But some feel that even Jordan can not make this movie work. Mara Reinstein of US Magazine says the sequel is predictable:
When Rocky Balboa speaks, sit down and pay attention. So there are real gravitas in a corny line like, "If you want to change something big, you have to make big changes". I wish Creed II had followed the advice of the legendary boxing champion! I grant you that the last chapter of the Rocky saga, and the follow-up of a great movie, did not need a major revision. But audiences should not be able to anticipate every narrative blow.
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