Jay Cutler All Access

Jay Cutler All Access

IFFB professional Jay Cutler invites you to join him on his journey to the 2008 Mr. Olympia. After dethroning the legendary Ronnie Coleman in 2006, he won the title again in a controversial battle against Victor Martinez the following year. Now, reigning champion Jay Cutler works harder than ever before to create the best physique to defend his title! With time running out, he must eat, sleep and train around the clock, monitoring his progress along the way. But will his goals and destiny cross paths once more? Follow the Massachusetts native into his Las Vegas home and discover how to live like a champion. Join him in the original Gold's Gym in Venice, "Muscle Beach," California and experience a mind-blowing workout regime alongside the sport's greatest ambassador

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Jay L (us) wrote: Terrible movie and mediocre action. Donnie Yen's post-Ip Man career is terrible.

Jeramie K (gb) wrote: Nobody Walks is a discombobulated mess. It lacks a true direction and sacrifices plot and development in order to be chique and "artistic". The performances by the actors involved was solid enough, but were hurt by the films theme of wanting something you can't have and lust -- which was absent any real zing. The film tries to be edgy, captivating, and relevant -- but fails on all accounts. Nobody Walks is a massive disappointment to the big screen and even to fellow Indie films.

Andrew S (de) wrote: Swanberg's strongest movie yet. Has the emotional core of "Hannah" without the meandering. The exploration of how relationships are hindered by modern technology was deftly handled without beating the audience over the head. Sure to hit close to home for many watching.

Caroline L (de) wrote: Pas mal, bon casting mais un peu mou et trop moralisateur mon got

Alban O (mx) wrote: On of my Tsui Ark's favourite movies with Time and Tide.

Yuri B (ca) wrote: It was alright... not as good as the original... not even close.

Tracey c (gb) wrote: Michael Gold: I never put price tags on women. It's much more fun taking them off. Alissa: Some things come off very easily. Michael Gold: Such as? Alissa: Such as... your head if you don't stick to business.

Jeff B (jp) wrote: I loved this movie, sort of a more ??mature?? version of Life is Beautiful (i.e. a comedic take on WWII/the Holocaust). The opening is excellent and unique and it just gets better and better. Giancarlo Giannini is incredible as the title character, he brings so much life and emotion to the role, it??s amazing. And I think it??s awesome that Lina Wertmuller got nominated for this, her direction is great, especially during the Nazi lady??s room segment, it almost looked like a giallo film. I loved everything about this, it??s a masterpiece.

Nestor P (us) wrote: Tremendous movie about social explotation in Italy in the 30's.Highly recomended.

April P (mx) wrote: Vivien Leigh never ceases to amaze me with her range. Wonderful film.

Irene J (mx) wrote: I didn't even want this stupid ass movie

Michelle C (br) wrote: very nice movie, well-acted, well-directed, good scoring, cinematography and editing. i love it. needless to say that the story was really good.

Andy B (kr) wrote: Ragamuffin is an inspiring movie without the usual Christian film cheesiness. The message is powerful, the acting is solid, and the cinematography is excellent for such a small budget film. This movie spoke to me deeply about my own struggles. Struggles with family wounds, struggles about how I view myself, and the challenge of believing that God not only accepts me as I am, He's crazy about me... The film takes us through some of the moments in the life of Christian musician and songwriter Rich Mullins who died in a tragic accident in 1997. Other people of note represented in the movie include late author and speaker Brennan Manning and singer Amy Grant, as well as appearances by singer Mitch McVicker and author and theologian James Bryan Smith. I give this two thumbs way up!

Ashley N (kr) wrote: Wow, I was surprised at how unrewarding, melodramatic, and predictable this movie was. And, while Anne Hathaway is a very cute and beautiful Jane Austen, her acting (and maybe even looks) never quite feel right to me. Better to go watch Kiera Knightly in Pride and Prejudice (2005).

Clinton B (br) wrote: Terrible. Horrible dialogues. Awkward pauses with even worst cast.