Pumping Iron

Pumping Iron

Pumping Iron is a 1977 documentary film about the run-up to the 1975 Mr. Olympia bodybuilding competition. The film focuses on Arnold Schwarzenegger and his competitors, Lou Ferrigno and Franco Columbu. The documentary was co-directed by Robert Fiore and George Butler. It was based on the book of the same name by Charles Gaines and George Butler (Simon and Schuster, 1974).

Pumping Iron depicts two major competitions: Mr. Universe, which is for amateur participants, and Mr. Olympia, which is for professionals. Bodybuilding and a celebrity-to-be go mainstream. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pumping Iron torrent reviews

solidity q (fr) wrote: There is a reason forbidden love is better left alone.

Marc L (ag) wrote: Cinq ans apres un premier episode gentiment barre, revoila l'homme-zebre sauveur du Japon dans un nouveau film, cette fois pourvu de ressources consequentes qui lui permettent de se hisser facilement au pinacle technique des Blockbusters nippons. Cette debauche de moyens se retourne neanmoins souvent contre cette "Contre-offensive sur Zebra City". Malgre une excellente idee de depart (reduire la criminalite en autorisant tous les debordements cinq minutes par jour), "Zebraman 2" evacue le cote ouvertement satyrique du premier volet et sacrifie a l'obligation d'en flanquer plein-la-vue, jusqu'a se donner les allures et la pretention d'un Sentai de luxe effroyablement sentencieux. On peut heureusement toujours compter sur Takashi Miike pour deraper a un moment donne et pour caler quelques uns de ces elements improbables dont il a le secret (nain sadique et couineur, blob extraterrestre petomane, clip de J-pop Ladygagaesque,...). De quoi equilibrer l'appreciation qu'on portera a ce second episode plus "hollywoodien" que son predecesseur mais egalement plus previsible et formate.

Leonardo Malacay S (ru) wrote: La cara humana de uno de los deportes que menos me gusta. entender el mito de este luchador en la voz de los que fueron sus grandes contendientes, que hermoso gesto.

Larry C (ag) wrote: Elle Fanning was good in a challenging role. Much of the movie did not really make sense.

Philip S (nl) wrote: A tale of two movies: I didn't mind the story of divorced Diane Lane trying to find love via the Internet, but when Cusack joined the party, the utter lack of chemistry between the stars made the film almost unwatchable. Another one of those romcoms where I imagine the creators thought the audience would go along for the ride and cheer for the leads simply because of who was cast. But the movie falls flat from the moment they appear on screen together. I simply did not buy that they could potentially end up together. Heck, THEY didn't look like they wanted to be together. As odd as it sounds, the film is exponentially better when Cusack is not on screen. A good supporting cast cannot save this unfortunate script. The title is appropriate, because to like this movie you must love dogs.

Cody C (kr) wrote: No Agatha Christie source material, and it shows. Pretty bad, kinda like bad fan fiction.

Scott C (de) wrote: Was it revolutionary and influential in its day? Yes. Am I better for having seen it? Yes. Did I look at my watch every few minutes? Yes.

Richard K (nl) wrote: Why hadn't I heard of this? Great wee show!

Jorel D (br) wrote: This one was recommended to me awhile back, but I never got around to it. We bought a zoo, is one of the unique dramas you can see which based on true happenings. Totally reaches out to you without any of the typical pitfalls in a true story drama. Check it out if you haven't seen it!