Movie Review: Generation Iron – the Sequel to Arnold’s Pumping Iron *
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Generation Iron is a 2013 documentary film which follows the world’s leading bodybuilders as they train and compete for the coveted Mr. Olympia title. The film gives front row access to the lives of the top seven bodybuilders in the sport, including Phil Heath, Kai Greene, Branch Warren and Dennis Wolf. Mickey Rourke narrates the film, with appearances by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lou Ferrigno and Jay Cutler.
This movie is extremely well done!
For the most part the guys kept their egos out of the film and you got to see the real them! It was really nice!
Phil’s shoulders were rounder than Kai’s it was pretty close! Phil one by one point and I think it was shoulders!
Phil’s front double biceps was crazy too!
Branch is still my Favorite and I like Hidetada also he has amazing symmetry and is probably the most cut, he just needs more size.
They all rock! Best of the Best!
I would have like to see more training and more diet.
But It was very well done! Mickey Rourke did a great job commentating.
The part with Vic and his daughter was priceless!
To Kai, if that’s the truth; life is to short to be a lone wolf, dark horse! Surround yourself with people you care about, if you don’t have any find some!
Kai’s secret sauce lol : it’s a muscle meds commercial… 😭
The deleted scenes were great and shouldn’t have been cut out!
They have a lady they call Grandma (Sibil Peeters) the trainer from Hell. I would have liked to see her training Roelly! At her worst lol
There’s a one on one interview with Phil where he sets his ego aside and just be’s himself. Watch it!
This movie rocks and I can’t wait to watch it again this weekend!
I like Jim Stoppani keeping it real!
I also like the theme song by Mind the gap: Never gonna stop