Pumping Iron 25th Anniversary Special Edition
Arnold Schwarzenegger works the crowds, plots strategies for defeating multiple opponents, shares his parents’ values with the press, and inspires legions of admirers with his resolute optimism about the future. And all of this long before he decided to run for governor of California, in 1977’s hit documentary, Pumping Iron. Larger than life, though not necessarily larger than his rivals for the Mr. Universe and Mr. Olympia bodybuilding titles (especially a young Lou Ferrigno, hot on Arnold’s competitive trail but much less interesting), Schwarzenegger still comes across, at age 28, as a consummate politician, smart, likable, and crafty
Pumping Iron 25th Anniversary Special Version
See Arnold Run
Studio: Paramount Home Video Release Date: 09/20/2005 Run time: 88 minutes
User Ratings and Reviews
5 Stars Thank you Amazon. Couldn’t find this anywhere else.
Great movie. Arnold is a charismatic person. His story shows people that anything can be done as long as you don’t give up. Roland Kickinger did a nice job portraying Arnold. That is probably why they hired him to play a robot in Terminator Salvation.
5 Stars A Very Fun Movie
Arnold’s life is just as interesting as his movies, and just as inspiring. It is a real motivational movie, being a nobody from another country and rising to the top, you can’t help but feel inspired by some of the things that Arnold has accomplished in his life. This movie explores many aspects of his life, from youth and trying to learn English, all the way to his run for Governor which we all know he won both elections.
Roland Kickinger is definitely a good choice to play Arnold in this movie. He has the right look and accent, but sadly the same can’t be said about Jurgen Prochnow. Jurgen is good as Arnold, but he doesn’t look as much
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Why We Train
The film follows Guile through his preparation for his last competition taking place at Muscle Beach, Venice, CA. As he prepares, he meets several champions and receives insight into their lives and why training is so important.
Guile personally invites you to join him in his journey from Muscle Beach, Venice to the Arnold Sports
Why Most Of Us Teach
Arnold Schwarzenegger is a pleasant surprise (Los Angeles Times) in his acting debut opposite Jeff Bridges (Seabiscuit) and Sally Field (Forrest Gump) in this richly comic and sparklingly exuberant (The Wall Street Journal) story of a young businessman who discovers himself in the wild offbeat world of bodybuilding!When entrepreneur Craig Blake (Bridges) buys a small gym he fully expects to demolish the place to make room for a high rise. Instead he finds himself drawn into a world he never knew existed. From a perky gymnast (Field) who wears her heart on her leotard to a philosophizing Mr. Universe hopeful (Schwarzenegger) the freewheeling spirit of the gym touches Craig in a way he never expected and plunges him into a hilarious off-the-wall plot to stop his high rise from ever rising!Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: