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In the 2015 Rocky film Creed, Goodison Park serves as the venue of the climactic fight scene. Footage of the stadium and crowd during a home game against West Bromwich Albion was used for the scene. Liverpool-born boxing champion Tony Bellew, a lifelong Everton fan,[141] plays Creed's opponent and wore the Everton badge on his training gear and shorts.[142]

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This Spring 2023 semester, the School of Cinematic Arts will offer a very special course called CTCS-467: Television Symposium, a four-unit elective class open for enrollment to ALL USC STUDENTS OF ANY MAJOR that brings you face-to-face with the leading television writers, producers, directors and actors working today. Each week, students watch contemporary television programming selected from the best shows on the air, followed by an exclusive Q&A with the creative team behind the show. The class is taught by MARY MCNAMARA, Pulitzer Prize-winning television critic and cultural editor for the Los Angeles Times and meets in person every Monday night @ 7:00 P.M. in the Ray Stark Family Theatre, SCA 108.

This Spring 2023 semester, the School of Cinematic Arts will offer a very special course called CTCS-466: Theatrical Film Symposium, a four-unit elective class open for enrollment to ALL USC STUDENTS OF ANY MAJOR that brings you face-to-face with leading film directors, writers, producers, and actors working today. Throughout the semester, students will watch a wide selection of new film releases, followed by exclusive Q&As with the creative teams behind them. The class is taught by film critic LEONARD MALTIN and meets every Thursday night in Norris Cinema Theatre from 6:00 - 10:00 p.m. Potential Spring 2023 Screenings May Include: Close, Missing, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, Creed III, Shazam! Fury of the Gods, A Good Person, Chevalier, Renfield, The Covenant, Paint, and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.

Robert "Rocky" Balboa, Sr197620062018Biographical InformationNickname(s)The Italian StallionThe Pride of PhiladelphiaRocko StallionBorn6 July 1946 (1946-07-06) (age 76)[1]NationalityAmericanResidencePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.OccupationProfessional Boxer (1960s - 1986, 2006)Boxing Trainer (1986 -1990, trained Tommy Gunn in Rocky V) (2015- Present, trained Adonis Creed in Creed & Creed II) Owner of Mighty Mick's Gym (1986-Present)Restaurant owner, (Adrian's, 1995-present)Physical DescriptionGenderMaleHeight5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)Weight185 pounds (84 kg)Eye colourBrownHair colourBlackGray (As of Creed)

The two boxers continue to hit each other over the next dozen rounds, with Rocky holding his ground despite Drago's powerful punches. However it was clear the difference in punching power, for it was Rocky's endurance, as Drago knocked Rocky down several times, whilst he never scored a single one. Rocky was also rocked and socked around the ring like a ragdoll. But every time he was thrashed around, Rocky bounced back up or kept on coming after Drago, no matter how badly the Russian beat him senseless. In round 9, Drago punched Rocky down so hard his bite guard was knocked out of his mouth, and he got up only to be swiftly knocked down again. Rocky rallied with a good shot or two to Drago's face when he could manage, and pinned Drago against the ropes several times and landed vicious blows the mans torso and ribs. Drago soon became uneasy as he was very shocked at just how much his opponent kept on going. His resilience rallies the previously hostile Soviet crowd to his side, which unsettles Drago to the point that he shoves Koloff off the ring for berating his performance. Rocky finally takes out Drago in the 15th and last round, winning by knockout to the shock of the Soviet Politburo members watching the fight.

The more Tommy fought, the more he became famous, but all for the wrong reasons. If the media referred to Tommy, it was indirectly through Rocky (i.e. "Rocky's Gunn aims at the title!"), and Tommy became frustrated for being trapped in Rocky's shadow. George Washington Duke tempted him with promises of fame and riches, and Tommy aligned himself with him instead of Rocky. Tommy dumped Rocky as his manager for Duke. He was also given a chance at the title, something he wanted very eagerly. During the match between Union Cane and Tommy, Rocky watched the match through television rather excitedly, cheering him on and even punching his punching bag in symmetry with Tommy's punches.

Though their individual and cumulative contributions are increasingly noted in the scientific literature (for example, McGuire and others 2014; Marton and others 2015; Cohen and others 2016; Rains and others 2016; Creed and others 2017; Cheng and others 2020; Kim and Park 2020), the potentially controlling effects of vulnerable waters on watershed-scale ecological resilience (hereafter watershed resilience) has not yet been fully considered by the scientific community. Watershed resilience is the ability of a watershed to maintain conditions, functions, structures, interactions, and feedbacks (that is, maintain its characteristic system state) while concurrently resisting, recovering from, adapting to, and reorganizing after disturbances (Holling 1973; Walker and others 2004; Ives and Carpenter 2007). Disturbances affecting watershed resilience come in both acute, short-term, reorganizational shocks (for example, fires, floods) and chronic, long-term stresses (for example, increasing urbanization, changing precipitation regimes) (Moloney and Levin 1996; Stanford and others 2005; Kleindl and others 2015).

However, humans are decreasing watershed resilience and contributing to watershed state changes through disturbances that modify vulnerable-water extent and hydrological and biogeochemical functioning (for example, Dahl 1990; Elmore and Kaushal 2008; Wright and Wimberly 2013; Van Meter and Basu 2015; Johnston and McIntyre 2019). For instance, alterations to vulnerable waters have been implicated as possible causal agents in down-gradient nutrient-mediated lake trophic-state regime shifts (for example, Engstrom and others 2006; Zhang and others 2009). Golden and others (2021) reported that watershed-scale hydrological modification of vulnerable-water storage functions affected down-gradient stream discharge, increasing the magnitude, frequency, duration, and related impacts of flooding. Coupling hydrological and biogeochemical disturbances, watershed-scale drainage modifications (for example, tiling) affected storage and fluxes from vulnerable waters, altered stream hydrographs and increased materials (for example, nutrients) entrained in modified drainages across the upper Midwestern United States, leading to watershed-scale ecohydrological state shifts (Foufoula-Georgiou and others 2015; McKenna and others 2017).

Modifications of vulnerable waters alter the time-integrated and spatially disparate relationships between precipitation and conversion to flowing water in streams (for example, McKenna and others 2017). The mechanisms of these alterations that modify resilience and catalyze state changes are straightforward: hydrologically concentrating (through headwater stream channelization), dissipating (through non-floodplain wetland drainage), and bypassing (for example, through agricultural tiles, Gramlich and others 2018; or urban piping, Elmore and Kaushal 2008) vulnerable waters decrease their storage capacity and changes their contributions to the variability of down-gradient streamflow. Concurrently, alterations to vulnerable waters that expedite hydrological travel times decrease biogeochemically important residence times while increasing nutrient loading to down-gradient aquatic systems (Golden and others 2019), negating vulnerable-water functioning as biogeochemical hot spots for nutrient assimilation (for example, Marton and others 2015; Cheng and Basu 2017; Cheng and others 2020; Evenson and others 2021). 041b061a72


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