I Want to Look Like That Guy
I Want to Look Like That Guy, the new feature length documentary by Michigan film maker Stuart MacDonald, is a ground breaking movie about what it really takes to look like the guy in fitness ads. The film exposes the false claims in fitness ads and the deceptive advertising practices that rip off billions of dollars a year from consumers. Once you see what the film maker went through to look lean and ripped, you’ll never look at an ad the same way and you will re-think what a normal body image should look like. It is quite funny at times and loaded with old black and white educational films that show you just how far fitness has come and how gullible we still are when it comes to supplement ads in muscle magazines and exercise equipment advertising. You could say this movie is just like Morgan Spurlock’s Super Size Me but in reverse!
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I Want to Look Like That Guy torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: A well written parody pointing out all the flaws within modern romantic films.
(jp) wrote: Good film about overcoming racial and religious prejudice. In the wake of an act of terrorism against a London bus, two unlikely souls unite in search of their loved ones
(de) wrote: Kevin Costner plays a pretty good dumbass!!
(br) wrote: mythologies, like fantasy stories, always transcend time and humanity... in our storybooks at least :) themes such as asiaphile (for our hero), fate (same fate/task even when reincarnated!), evil (renamed goodbye for the bad guy) and hope (hero finally realized the real meaning of love is to let go) are continuously replayed throughout the movie.
(kr) wrote: I've started to watch this several times, but its boring as hell to start with, I'm having trouble getting into it, thats not a good sign. So far its pants!!
(es) wrote: Henry Cavill an se acordar de la porquera de pelcula que protagoniz?
(fr) wrote: English is not my first language, and I have always found Shakespeare difficult, ancient and inaccessible. That has changed for me with David Tennant's portrayal of Hamlet. The old lines make sense to me in this interpretation, all the different plot lines come together and the story becomes relevant and feels very contemporary. Patrick Stewart as Claudius is extremely scary and gives a feeling of exceeding evil and lust for power. Peter De Jersey is simply heart warming as Hamlets friend Horatio, and all the exchanges by these two marvelous actors are spectacular. In general, the cast is very good, and even characters such as Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, who are usually somewhere between dull and annoying, are engaging, it is even possible to sympathize with them, when Hamlet puts them through the wringer. I am less impressed with Ophelia, when she acts opposite Hamlet, however the scenes of madness are very strong.The Hamlet we meet in this production is very clearly defined, and moves delicately and beautifully in and out of the realms of mourning, sanity, madness and feigned madness, and does it with a dramatic and comedic grace rarely seen anywhere. I had not seen David Tennant in anything before, but I was completely blown away by his performance and have been a slave of his genious ever since. For me, his is a seminal Hamlet.
(au) wrote: It was better than the second one. But it's still not a okay movie. The should have stoped after the first one. Cause that sucked...
(gb) wrote: cool revenge flick with an awesome cast!
(gb) wrote: Hard, almost painful at time, to watch!
(nl) wrote: 170409: Considering the following gripes, this film showed fairly well. I did not like Emilio Estevez's character and could not stop seeing Young Guns (1988) Billy the Kid. I found the acting at the beginning weak and unconvincing. Ethan Hunt's (Tom Cruise) explosion-assisted jump from a helicopter to a train, in the Chunnel, required just a bit too much suspension of belief. And finally, time has not been kind to the technology featured in this film. With all that however, I actually found myself fairly entertained and looking forward to the next in this series. Jean Reno always shows well and brings back fond memories of Big Blue (1988) and Leon (1994). Ving Rhames brings a smile but will never be anyone, other than Marsellus Wallace. Decent viewing for an aging film.
(it) wrote: The epic conclusion to a great trilogy.