Quote by Sylvester Stallone: “It Ain’t How Hard You Hit…It’s How Hard You Can...”
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Up to this point, Rocky has been treading gingerly with his son, hoping to rekindle their former closeness. But when his son tries to snuff out his dream of fighting again , the worm turns and Rocky delivers a blistering speech:. How much you can take, and keep moving forward. The bigness of spirit with which Sylvester Stallone delivered these lines is undeniable. He may be just a dumb boxer who can barely speak, but he has finally recontacted that wild creature deep inside — the one that just wants to be who he is. This conflict felt intensely close to home for me, albeit internalized. When the movie started, I was feeling like a creative scumbag.
Sign in. Rocky Balboa : You ain't gonna believe this, but you used to fit right here. Rocky Balboa : I'd hold you up to say to your mother, "this kid's gonna be the best kid in the world. This kid's gonna be somebody better than anybody I ever knew. It was great just watching you, every day was like a privilige. Then the time come for you to be your own man and take on the world, and you did. But somewhere along the line, you changed.
Rocky is probably one of the most recognized movie characters in the world and definitely one of the most inspiring stories ever written.
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He gestures to the palm of his hand. Then the time come for you to be your own man and take on the world, and you did. But somewhere along the line, you changed. You stopped being you. Let me tell you something you already know. You, me, or nobody is gonna hit as hard as life.