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(br) wrote: I heard about this film from a friend who went to the European premiere at the Copenhagen International Documentary Festival where the sold-out screening was held at the 650 seat Bremen Teater. This is very engaging documentary film which follows the world's best bodybuilders as they train and compete for the coveted Mr. Olympia title. I was never a great fan of this type of activity, but having a front row seat to find out about the lives of the top seven bodybuilders in the sport, including Phil Heath, Kai Greene, Branch Warren and Dennis Wolf, was simply, amazing! And, when you have a guy like Mickey Rourke to narrate the film is always pleasant! I enjoyed the appearances by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lou Ferrigno and Jay Cutler, as wellIt seems that Generation Iron had the biggest documentary opening of 2013, and held position as the #1 documentary in the US at the box office for three straight weeks after its September 20 release. No wonder. The director Vlad Yudin made everything to bring us the reality show "circus" feel to the documentary screen and it kept going with no major flows, of course, if you like reality shows!It was educational regarding the competitors themselves, their struggles, thoughts... but never went into details of the diet or any of the competitor's workout regimens. Well, maybe this is the product of the times. Nobody is interested in depth anymore. It is entertainment, and entertains really good!
(mx) wrote: Deliciously awe-inspiring! Couldn't look away!
(kr) wrote: Super sexy, just brilliant
(ru) wrote: Very well made film with a complex and excellently well crafted narrative. We feel the struggle and the difficulty of fighting a well encroatched tradition. With little girls involved, the suspense is maintained throughout, more efficiently than any large budget feature. Knowing that these events were depicting something real and realistically, it is even more gut wrenching. The film expose well the problematic of societal changes, by which I mean the view points of all sides are well exposed and understood. The film was the base for increased discussions with the goal of eradicating the pratice. I hope this is accomplished now.
(us) wrote: great movie luv the song in it
(de) wrote: One of the best movie ever made. A brilliant story and screenplay, wonderful performances by the cast and above all a very beautiful message. A must watch.
(fr) wrote: the story moves constantly and logically...never boring..inspite of the lack of action for a war flick...
(mx) wrote: Jude Law seems to be having a blast,not so much the viewer.
(gb) wrote: "Gremlins" come of as both a creepy yet cute charming and evil flick in pure 80s nostalgia setting.
(au) wrote: Say whatever you want about this film, but it's impossible to deny how incredibly effective it is. This will stick with you for quite a while.
(kr) wrote: Heartwarming movie, with great acting and directing. One actor was vital in the beginning, and I was disappointed that he didn't have a bigger role at the end. I'd recommend this film.
(it) wrote: Michael Moore returns with his typically satirical, sharp and peculiar look over USA economical, political and social issues.
(nl) wrote: I think this movie deserves a lot more recognition and praise than what it received. The interviews that are told in this movie are so in depth and amazingly crafted, that I became engulfed in it. I love how the movie cuts in and out of different situations, and that in itself glorifies the storyline, making it that much more stronger. This film is definitely deeply rooted in the psychological foundations of relationships, cheating, and human behavior. Well tuned in my opinion. John Krasinki did a good job adapting this to film.