Saturday, January 16, 2016

At the Movies- Creed

For those of you who are long time Sylvester Stallone fans and in particular, of the Rocky series, you will likely enjoy Creed.

Creed tells the story of Apollo Creed's son who tries to make it on his own in the boxing ring while enlisting Rocky (Stallone), to be his trainer.  

The movie is well filmed and acted and is worth seeing particularily  if you are a fan of this genre. Despite some minor twists, the structure of the film is true to the Rocky formula of plots. 

A worthwhile movie to see but highly predictable. Expect more of the same in terms of the Rocky type of story.

The Hamiltonian


  1. I've seen it, The review pretty much says it all.

  2. how is this relevant? movie reviews of popcorn flicks?

    1. Hamiltonian AdminJanuary 18, 2016

      From time to time, The Hamiltonian will feature articles, primarily on weekends, that are additional features of The Hamiltonian.
      The Hamiltonian Admin

    2. ok. can you provide another example of another movie review you did? thanks.

  3. Hamiltonian AdminJanuary 19, 2016

    This is a new feature.

  4. ok. thank you.


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