Generation Iron Details
|Air Date||Sep 20, 2013|
|Networks||American Media Group,|
|Country||United States of America,|
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Excellent docudrama for the bodybuilding enthusiast
Bodybuilding is fascinating. There's an unspoken camaraderie among those who eat, live and breathe bodybuilding.. Just like in Pumping Iron, the champion, Phil Heath is depicted as the villain and like Lou Ferrigno, Kai is the hardworking underdog.. Ben Pakulski is sort of the "Ivan Drago" of this docudrama. Dennis Wolf has a particularly awkward ...
Interesting look into modern bodybuilding
Interesting look into how things have changed in the world of bodybuilding since the cult classic Pumping Iron came out. Overall, the film was well shot and edited with a fairly in-depth look at some Mr. Olympia hopefuls. Overall the movie is more of a commercial for bodybuilding than it is a balanced documentary. However, it was definitely worth ...
Warts and all (without the warts)
Sugar coated boring tale that answers no questions that matter and answers loads of questions that don;t matter. Ludicrous opinions are not challenged by the director such as Ben Pakulski's comment (suggesting it's not about chemicals) "you couldn't do what I do" BS, a friend of mine trained for 8 years natural and had 16 inch arms, he took roids ...
A peek into the world of Mr. Olympia
This was a very interesting documentary, very well put together and you feel you're following these people on their journey to become the next Mr. Olympia. Mickey Rourke as narrator adds a nice touch to it. This is not simply about muscles, it's about what it takes to get to that level and what drives them! It has a nice human element to this whic...
Flex. Pose. Flex. Pose. Flex. Pose. Welcome to Generation Steroids.. OK. If you happen to be a muscle-mania fan, then, yes, this documentary may, indeed, be of some inspiring interest to you. But, for me, I just don't understand, even slightly, why these guys are so driven to get as big as they do. If you ask me, it serves no purpose, except as a ...
Eat. Sleep. Pump Iron. Eat. Sleep. Pump Iron. (Ad Nauseum)
Is there a saying (that I don't know about) that goes - "The bigger your muscles, the bigger the man you are." (?) - 'Cause after watching "Generation Iron" I'm convinced that this very saying is what's behind driving these over-ambitious bodybuilders to pump themselves up like total balloons. I really do.. Yeah. These Hulk-like power-lifters, and...
A documentary that follows top bodybuilders as they train to compete in the Mr. Olympia competition. The trains of bodybuilding and righteousness can't be stopped and their movement brings about reactive forces in the people they affect. The cinematography is stark and bare, with only the soundtrack adding some effect. Other than that, it was an o...
Good but it could have been better
I have been training since 2009 and during these years i have gained a lot information about bodybuilding. How to train, what to eat, what supplements to use etc. The movie is mostly honest, it mentions how important to train hard, how important to follow a proper diet, how important to visualize and it finally talks about steroids. However the an...
Movie poses Question, "how do these guys get so big?" DUH Steroids
It is almost laughable as the "doctors" are questioning "how can these athletes defy science and gain muscle and remain low fat?" But they never discuss all the steroids being used by everybody. I understand I am watching a bodybuilding documentary but it would be more credible if they didn't avoid the blatant use of steroids and then go on to con...
Surprisingly entertaining for someone who's not a fan of bodybuilding
The look of the modern day bodybuilder is not attractive to me at all. Too big, too cut, too tan, just too much of a good thing to the point where it becomes a bad thing. I never understood why in the world anyone would want to pump themselves up into something that huge. This documentary does a really good job in showing the human side behind suc...