Generation Iron - examines the professional sport of bodybuilding today and gives the audience front row access to the lives of the top 7 bodybuilders in the sport as they train to compete in the world's most premiere bodybuilding stage - Mr. Olympia.
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Generation Iron torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Dommage que tous les gags taient sur la Bande annonce
(ca) wrote: great fun in a mad Tarantino-esq guns and mayhem style. Have no idea why this movie has such a low rating. Who cares what the critics think ? I thought it was hugely entertaining .
(mx) wrote: I wanted to love this movie, I really did.
(mx) wrote: Typical Rom-com with a few good laughs along the way and good acting from the main characters.. would watch again.
(ca) wrote: Much like the TV show this one does have it's problems but it's still a great movie regardless!
(us) wrote: lots of people say this is stupid but i dont think it is. i think violet's part would be better but this is a good movie about love. why do they keep talking superman though thats just annoying. its probably a good play.
(gb) wrote: What a ride! Great story line, with enough realism to be immersed in it. There were a few things, at the beginning on the island especially, that seemed a bit too dumb for an adult to do. But still kind of believable. Writing HELP did not make sense, SOS should have been written. Getting stuck four years seems also pushing it. There is so much traffic all over that someone should have showed up. It does make a lot of comedic sense though. The film has a lot of heart. Good work!
(it) wrote: Love it! Interesting look @ Nazi's conquering Europe & trying 2 win over U.S. by hiding continuing atrocities.
(ag) wrote: Comfortably numb ...
(gb) wrote: The movie "Death Hunt" turns history on its head, but in doing so it manages to deliver an entertaining movie that details the determination of two men in a manhunt across the Canadian tundra. Directed by James Bond veteran Peter Hunt, who after working as an editor on the first few 007 pictures, was promoted to director of the fan favorite "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" in addition to such classics as "Gold" and "Shout at the Devil". The movie "Death Hunt" provides Hunt the opportunity to reteam with his "Shout at the Devil" star Lee Marvin. Marvin plays a world-weary Canadian Mountie who is obligated (I use that word because Marvin's character seems to feel some sympathy for his quarry) to bring in a trapper (played by a quiet brooding Charles Bronsan) who is being harassed by some local thugs. The execution of this story is excellent, the acting first-rate and the shots of the Yukon breathtaking. Where this movie does falter is in purporting to tell history by tying in the story of the Mad Trapper of Rat River into the fabric of the story - and in doing so unraveling all the history books tell us about the real incident. Just type in `Mad Trapper of Rat River" on an Internet search engine to learn all you want to know about the 1931 incident, but everything we know about the real incident tells us that Albert Johnson was the guilty party. But here Johnson is portrayed as an innocent man whose pursuers use the charge of his being the mad trapper as an excuse to mobilize the law enforcement resources of the Yukon to catch him. Given that nobody to this day really knows the identity of Johnson, the filmmakers invent a rather fanciful past for him. The character Marvin plays - Millen - was also shot and killed by Johnson in a shootout midway through the chase, but in the movie "Death Hunt" Marvin's character is in the chase to the very end. Still, taken as a piece of fiction the movie "Death Hunt" is resounding stuff. I saw it on television some years ago and was hoping it would one day be released on DVD. Hunt is an expert at building suspense and a master at drama - and "Death Hunt" have both those elements in plentiful supply. In addition to Marvin and Bronsan the movie also features an impressive supporting cast with young heartthrob of the late 1970s/1980s Andrew Stevens as a young, eager Mountie and Carl Weathers (of Apollo Creed in the Rocky movies fame) as another weary Mountie. Add to the mix Ed Lauter and Angie Dickinsoin and the pedigree of this feature is obvious. So, the overall verdict? This is an entertaining action adventure with plenty of suspense and drama. Just don't expect an accurate history lesson.
(nl) wrote: i LOVE this sub genre
(au) wrote: Bond's 4th endeavor see's our hero evading sharks, searching for bombs, and spear gunning foes. While it's still an enjoyable romp, Thunderball doesn't quite live of to Goldfinger, suffering from long and confusing underwater scenes. However, Thunderball still holds as one of the best bond films and one of the best of the Connery era.
(ca) wrote: It was amazing what Elvis could do when he had a proper supporting cast of veterans like Jagger, Morrow, Stewart and Matthau, and a great director like Curtiz. Too bad this would be the exception and not the rule.
(br) wrote: Another stint in the service.
(fr) wrote: A unique take on the otherwise overplayed genre. Suspenseful, entertaining and enough heart to make us really care about the characters.
(it) wrote: A good gangster movie in the best traditions....
(br) wrote: The director's cut is the way to go, but regardless of the script's inevitable shortcomings, Stallone's labor of love pet-project is a successful violent throwback to the far more potent action films of the '80's. Check your narrative and character development expectations at the door and get ready for R-rated action sequences that have been sorely missing from the superhero-movie-dominated cinemas of the 2000's and 2010's.
(jp) wrote: A favorite growing up, and a favorite as an adult, Toy Story is a marvel of animation and storytelling, making a film that is enjoyable at any time. A timeless classic that has a certain magic to it that cannot be explained and will never be replicated.