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Plot: From Gold's Gym in Venice Beach California to the showdown in Pretoria, amateur and professional bodybuilders prepare for the 1975 Mr. Olympia and Mr. Universe contests in this part-scripted, part-documentary film. Five-time champion Arnold Schwarzenegger defends his Mr. Olympia title against Serge… Runtime: 86 min Release Date: 23 Jun 1977
Wow.Big men with big personalities. Humor, drama,passion, camaraderie. In my opinion, this is a great guy flick. Especially, if you're a gym fiend like me. I didn't have too much knowledge about Arnold's bodybuilding past,as I'm from the generation of his movie period, just like kids today are part of his political period. I grew up on Arnie, Stallone and Bruce Lee. Discovering this movie was one of the best things that happened.Thanks , IMDb : To take a close look at the inside world of bodybuilding the way it should be, Pumping Iron delivers big time. With the Mr.Olympia <more>
contest as the center stage event, and what happens around it is the premise for this docu drama.Lots of inspiring moments when the champs are working out-- Arnold's massive barrel chest, Lou's young turk on the rise, Columbo's strongest man in the world angle, the modelling, the charity Arnold kissing a jail bird and saying "Heyy, she might not have been kissed for a long time yooo knowww.." .. It also shows how these Kings bonded....sharing tips even "bad advices" , lazing on the beach, Arnie showing "little men" how to pose,spotting each other....man, reminds me of when I'm with my gym buddies. Even if you're a girl or a layman who's not into working out,this movie is good entertainment. Lots of funny quips from Arnie--my favorite being "Franco is good..but he's a child...at the day of the competition.. I am his father!" and " When I get the pump I feel like I am coming day and night, I'm in Heaven.." On a serious note, the anxieties, the passion, the fear and the mental armory these guys possess varies. On one side there's Lou a big softy and on the other end, there's good ol' Arnie; acting out the part of likable rogue to perfection.When he talks about immortality and mentions his admiration for dictators and Jesus.."yooo know, people who will be remembered for thhhouuusands of yeaars.." you know you've got a winner on your hands. Some of his quotes are outrageously funny but they also make you think. Maybe that's the true mindset of champions. At the end of the day, the message is that everyone is friends. And that's the bottomline. Play hard, work hard, party hard. But stay firm friends. That's how it is and that's my belief as well.Male bonding will always be something women can never understand. I love women, and I know how much a part my physique plays in it ; but when it comes to getting "pumped" or needing a good testosterone boost without the homosexual overtones , I prefer good solid male company to truly make me feel alive. The competition, the fun, the bonding is something only we the male of the species can share. Great stuff.Inspiring, funny and immensely entertaining. A movie with muscle, if there was one. 10 on 10.
Still Fascinating, Almost 30 Years Later (by ccthemovieman-1)
This was an extremely well-done "documentary" about men's bodybuilding, and the 1975 Mr. Olympia contest in particular.The film, of course, features the most famous bodybuilder of all time - Arnold Schwarzenegger. There are also profiles of his handful of competitors, most notably Lou Ferrigno, who gained notoriety by being the green monster in "The Incredible Hulk" TV series.Anyway, this film really shows the hard work but not the steroids, by the way , the dedication and the egos of the bodybuilders, particularly Schwarzenegger. Arnold is the defending champion in <more>
the field and also has the biggest ego and is pictured as a man obsessed with winning. To this day, has he ever lost in anything? Like him or not, what this man has accomplished is amazing. Ferrigno's story is more about his dad than anything else, a man living out his dreams through his son. However, unlike other driven sports parents i.e. Jimmy Piersall's father in "Fear Strikes Out" , he gives "Big Louie" nothing but encouragement.However - please note, because I was fooled for years, too , until the DVD came out - that it turns out that much of the dad's role was made up just for the film, which is why I put "documentary" in quotes. In reality, he had little to do with his son's training, according to a feature on the DVD disc. There is a 25-year reunion with some of the people involved here, and it's very interesting, as they point out what was added for "dramatic effect." These filmmakers must have inspired Michael Moore . Also featured in the film were several contestants in another competition, Mr. Universe, which was held at the same venue as the main attraction. In here, we see good guy Mike Katz battling bad guy Ken Waller . Katz was particularly an intriguing study and provides a good example of what motivates many of these guys to build such incredible bodies.A lot of what these contestants do - and Schwarzenegger was a master at this - was play mind games at these contests, trying to "psych out" their opponents. All of that is pictured.The physical work, the mental games, the families of these guys, their social life, outlooks on life, and the behind-the-scenes look at a unique sport - all are fascinating. I found it such when I saw it over 25 years ago, and it's still an extremely entertaining film.
This is the movie that made me compete. It is an insight into the trials and tribulations of a competitive bodybuilder.A fantastic movie to see the original Arnold, the man he was prior to his fame from movies.
Pump a winning attitude (by cutshall0)
This is a good look at the pre glittered Arnold. A look at the man himself as well as his competitive nature that he seems to still hold. This movie is based on bodybuilding but at a more in-depth and closer look it is about competing to be your best no matter the odds against you. Arnold does a great job in showing his personal feelings towards his strive for winning everything he desires. After 29 years, this film shows the spirit of winning as well as the art of bodybuilding. The desire, planning, training and the competition it's is all here and at its best when Arnold's title is <more>
challenged. When every well named bodybuilder during that era attempts to take the bodybuilding finale...who has what it takes?Excellent movie.
Pumping Iron is a great documentary. A rather revealing look at the then smaller world of body-building. Audiences are introduced to the charismatic, brash and overly-confident Arnold Schwarzenegger. Later we see the camaraderie between the muscle men at Arnold's gym in L.A. Thereis a huge contrast between the fun atmosphere of L.A. and the austere and dark gym where Lou Ferrigno trains under the rather obsessive watch of his father, Matty. While Ferrigno is bigger than Arnold, Arnold is considered to have the body with best symmetry and alignment, not to forget those 25 inch biceps. The <more>
scenes with Mike Katz, an amateur body-builder and former NY Jets player with an enormous chest are quite memorable and inspiring. Katz talks about the taunting he received as a kid and how this pushed him to train hard to achieve his goals. Try to watch the DVD which includes an update 30 years later. Included among several memorable scenes are: Arnold smoking a joint; Arnold talking about the pump and "coming" feeling; Arnold giving tips on how to pose; after Lou Ferrigno has finished an impressive set of military benches, his father tells that Arnold might be training twice as hard as he is; some body builders who can barely run normally thanks to so much muscle. Great Documnetary, don't miss it.
fascinating look inside the world of bodybuilding specifically the 1975 Mr.Universe and Mr.Olympia competitions (by disdressed12)
this a fascinating look behind the scenes of bodybuilders preparing for the 1975 Mr. Olympia and M.r Universe competitions.a lot of the focus is on Arnold Schwarzenegger and his chief rival Lou Ferigno as Arnold goes for his sixth Mr. Olympia title.the documentary shows the lengths the contenders are willing to go to win the contest,and how intelligent these guys are.the impact of this film on the bodybuilding and fitness world is immense,and its impact is still felt today.as i was watching the documentary,it struck me how vain you would have to be to enter these contests.back then there <more>
wasn't a lot of money involved.there was only glory.there was a lot of work involved just to be in shape to compete,so the discipline must have been off the charts.anyway,not only did i enjoy this film,i also found it informative and enlightening.for me,Pumping Iron is a 4.5/5
Everyone has seen the Austrian Oak's massive body, but "Pumping Iron" reveals the man behind the muscles. It is a compelling look at one of the most famous American icons in history. Arnold demonstrates a determination and confidence that has obviously propelled him to the superstar status he obtains today. The documentary is true and realistic, like all great documentaries of the 70's, and it provides a captivating window into the bodybuilding world. Although a true story, it manages to be intense and suspenseful during the final rounds of the Mr. Olympia competition. Will <more>
it be Lou Ferrigno or Arnold? Although most people probably already know the answer, getting to that conclusion is all the fun. A must see!
This movie, plain and simple, motivates you to hit the weightroom. After seeing Arnie, Lou, and Franco firing out a couple of sets of weights, it makes you want to get your buff on. Whenever, I'm feeling exceedingly lazy yet I know that I need to go to the gym, I'll just pop this movie in for about 10-15 minutes, and I'm ready to lift.
Learning that those Guys like the Future "Governator" are just like most other Guys, only more so! They're not "just a Buncha Fruits!" (by redryan64)
During my 35 years with the Chicago P.D., many a valuable a bit of wisdom was given me by Veteran, "Bumper Morgan" types. Patrolman Frank Pancaro once told me, "....Remember, kid, wherever there's envy and jealousy, there's a Bum Wrap!" Well, Frank, this certainly applies to those who always decry that "those Bodybuilders are a buncha Queers!"; for it's far easier to shoot off the mouth than to go to the gymnasium and "just do it!" It seems as all young, healthy, red-blooded Americam Males pass through a time in their lives when they wanna <more>
get some Muscles! It may be in relation to their desire to make the old Varsity Football Team. Maybe they feel a little scrawny, underweight with the bullies pickin' on them at the beach! Whatever the reason, this weight lifting, bodybuilding or just plain 'Workin' out, most all of us tried it.Then we have the well known exponents of physique development, the competitors. The winners of the various "Mr.This" or "Mr. That" contests gained some degree of fame and prominence via the various Weightlifting/Bodybuilding Journals. These legit publications include Strength & Health, Iron Man, Muscle & Fitness, Musclemag International, Muscular Development and some others.* Until more recent times, few could make any living at this "Iron Game", without being a Gym Owner, Publisher or have some Hollywood Connections. This all changed with the release of PUMPING IRON 1977 ,which featured the stories of several top men in their field at that time. The cameras ran and the Guys told their stories, seemingly getting more relaxed and open as the filming progressed.So we got celluloid portraits of people like Mike Katz, Ken Waller, Franco Columbo, future 'Hulk' Lou Ferrigno and some others. But all the action gravitates toward the future 'Governator' in the fine immigrant lad from Austria, Arnold Schwarzenagger. It was his natural ability in the Gym and his multi-faceted personality right out there for the whole world to see.Arnold first rose to the attention of the Physical Culture fraternity with wins in contests like Mr. Austria and Mr. Europe., these still while being a Teenager. He competed in several London Mr. Universe Contests before deciding to cross "the Pond", circa 1969 Once here, he made acquaintance with Publisher and Head of a World Wide Muscle Building Empire in Joe Weider. Joe is seen in the sequence showing Arnold and the Woo,woo,woo,woo! Hot Lady in the Bikini shooting an advertisement. If you don't look closely, you'll miss old Joe. The crux of the storyline involves the upcoming Mr. Olympia Contest in Pratoria, South Africa. The day to day grind, the rivalries, the psychology of the preparation in the Gym and backstage at the contest and on the stage, itself.The outcome of the contest really was secondary. Any real Bodybuilding 'Fan' would already know the outcome. A casual viewer quite possibly wouldn't care. But all the twists and turns leading up to the contest did provide us with a great deal of fun, insight and enlightenment about Human Behaviour in general as well as a particular pursuit in the muscular development field.The film and its Director did a great service to the world in bringing this heretofore sort of odd, very limited and narrowly known "Sport" and bring it into the main stream, for better or worse.** NOTE: * There were and are some certain publications that sort of skirt the edges of legit physical culture, but are really in the business of providing near naked guys in posing straps sort of a jock strap , beefcake photos to the homosexual trade. And a photo may be many things to many people, or "beauty is on the mind of the beholder." NOTE: ** I can well remember the excitement in our house when the word came out that Chicago would be the host for the 1964 A.A.U. Senior National Weightlifting Championdhips and Mr. America & Most Muscular Man contests. Surely it would be a "sellout", and a SRO event! And inasmuch as I was the oldest brother 17, not yet 18 and out of High School and working, I took a Saturday trip utilizing approximately 4 CTA Bus Lines one way to get to Norm Grueber's Bodybuilder Sports Shop, on Division Street, the West Side in order to purchase our tickets before they ran out! they didn't, but at least I learned how to journey from Southside to Westside and back! And in those days, The Amateur Athletic Union of the United States Sponsored the Event, which kept the aesthetic Art Form of Bodybuilding linked to Olympic Weightlifting, which had essentially given birth to it.