Creed III (2023) Full Movie

Rating ⭐️ 6.8/10
Genre Sport . Drama
Runtime 1h 56m
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Creed III (2023) – After dominating the world of boxing, Adonis Creed rapidly grew both in his career and family life. When a childhood friend and former boxing prodigy, Damien Anderson, resurfaces after serving a long prison sentence, he is determined to prove that he deserves his shot in the ring. The fight between former friends is more than just a brawl. To settle the score, Adonis must risk his future to face Damien – a fighter who won’t back down.

Franchise fatigue isn’t a new ailment at all – in fact, it’s become so commonplace that many of us are fatigued with the phrase ‘franchise fatigue’ itself. But with all 10 of last year’s biggest movies at the US box office being part of a series – and with most of them not being all that good – there’s never not something to complain about. It’s led to a sort of resigned acceptance, the kind that leaves one slightly despondent as Marvel’s latest film disappoints and feels utterly pointless.

While shrugging shoulders were felt across the globe after last week’s lackluster Ant-Man threequel, next week offers a much-needed salve, a rare sequel that almost restores one’s faith in the value and legitimacy of franchises as a concept, the newest chapter in what might be the best one we currently have.

The excitement around Creed III, much of it, can still be attributed to Ryan Coogler, the writer-director of the first Rocky spin-off and overseer of the next two films, who has established himself as one of the select few filmmakers capable of making something genuinely necessary for Marvel with the standout 2018 hit Black Panther (the first and possibly only Marvel Cinematic Universe film to boast a Best Picture nomination).

His indie spirit, first showcased in the award-winning Fruitvale Station, might have naturally shifted to broader audiences, but there’s still a depth and sensitivity to his work that we don’t see enough of in multiplexes. The Creed films have worked as effectively as boxing spectacles as they have as character-driven dramas both inside and outside the ring.