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Marcio M (it) wrote: Um filme intenso e com uma trilha sonora bem interessante.
Joan B (mx) wrote: STOP, PLEASE, JUSR STOPPING TURNING **** INTO MORE ****
Rico D (us) wrote: Good movie, great soundtrack.
Matt R (es) wrote: two words for this movie... absolute shit! Did you know Merlin comes from Newcastle-Upon-Tyne? well this Merlin did...(remember 'When the Boat Comes In'? ... 'who will have a fishy on a little dishy....' )... O M G I found myself singing that song to myself when watching this atrocity... Run away... Run away....
Maark T (mx) wrote: An interesting based on a true story drama. You will enjoy this if you like the classic under dog story. Greg Kinnear's acting is what keeps the movie from being too boring.
Steph W (ag) wrote: it was brilliant best roleplay ever from shaun dingwell
Mete Z (de) wrote: Crazy war for crazy purpose creates crazy stories for crazy movie.
Joe M (gb) wrote: This movie is the best, Im aboriginal just like Steven Seagal and all us aboriginals like it, all you racist white critics shut the fuck up!!!
Chayc (jp) wrote: One of my faves as a kid, but way too slow by today's standards.
Andrew L (ca) wrote: Scorsese gets to make the films 'he' wants to make, & that would be a good thing if they weren't so bloated & cheesy. Despite a gritty nature lingering over the general style of the film (which is resonant in most of Scorsese's work), everything else fails to make up for the fact that it is a very boring & pointless film
Matthew H (ag) wrote: Not really good in general
James R (jp) wrote: A really interesting look at the world of body building. Pumping Iron is a documentary that follows Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lou Ferrigno, Franco Columbu and Mike Katz. It shows them doing a lot of working out and flexing...yup. It seems a bit strange , but thus is the lifestyle of a body builder. The most interesting parts are definitely the training sessions of Schwarzenegger and Ferrigno. They both differ in styles and you can see how their own egos affect them. The film does focus on Arnold quite a bit even giving him some scripted scenes that after if you look up is quite funny. Overall, it's an interesting look and documentary looking at some up and coming bodybuilders during the late 70s.