Raw Iron: The Making of 'Pumping Iron'

Raw Iron: The Making of 'Pumping Iron'

A documentary on the making of "Pumping Iron" to celebrate its 25th anniversary. Aired on Cinemax.

A documentary on the making of "Pumping Iron" to celebrate its 25th anniversary. Aired on Cinemax. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Justin B (au) wrote: I was convinced Heigl could only play one role. This; this is at least something different; but it's by no means better.

Marjon O (jp) wrote: Phenomenal movie with a great storyline and an extremely vivid and candid play for arguably some of the most difficult topics any family has to reveal. Uncomfortably conspicuous, deceptive and dysfunctional ways of this family was delivered with exceptional acting of almost every character. I highly recommend this movie.

Sin W (au) wrote: Beautifully shot with some amazing locations, but sometimes a bit too stylistic for its own good. I can appreciate a good surrealist dream-like sequence like the rest of em, but in this it just got repetitive and bordered on feeling like the director just wanted to make a bitchin' music video. On a side note it reminded me how awesome the dream sequences were in Shutter Island. But anyway, the story was way too drawn out and the climax wasn't really shocking to leave any emotional resonance.

joey b (au) wrote: Pretty Good film nice action

Scott F (gb) wrote: C'est terrible et barbant. C' (C)tait difficile pour moi de ne pas m'endormir. Je comprends les aspects culture qui s'entrechoquent. Mais, les critique a donn (C) le film le m (C)rite d (C)plac (C). Le prof semble Eliot. Les deux sont pr (C)tentieux.

Nicolas B (us) wrote: If you want to see the arguably best german movie, this is the way to go. Ulrich Mhe gives a performance so intense and gripping, that it probably catapulted him to Hollywood, if he....well... didn't die :'(There are many movies about Eastern Germany and this is the best.

Rangan R (nl) wrote: When the gangsters from the west meets the east.I don't recall that I have ever seen a Lithuanian film prior to this. Well, it was jointly produced with the Britain and an English language film. But most of film sets in the Lithuania, so there are many dialogues in the local and other eastern European languages. The cast was brilliant from both the countries, and an awesomely shot film too. The pace was excellent with a simple story, there are no boring parts.It totally surprised me. You know this film got a mixed response, so I was not sure about giving it a try. Anyway, I went on, but now I feel it is worth suggesting others as well. It is a road film, gangster theme as well, especially clash of the two gangs from the two different nations. It all begins when a group of friends decides to rob a criminal gang and leave the country for once. But due to their flight was redirected to Eastern Europe the misadventure begins.It was similar to 'Lost in Thailand'. I had so much fun watching it. Sometimes a film like this does not need a good story, but performances really counts and that's why I liked it. It is not a multiple times watchable film, but for once and twice, the entertainment is guaranteed. There is a possibility for a sequel and I would definitely yes for that.7/10