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(1932) 6.4 107 min 2018

Bigger is a movie starring Tyler Hoechlin, Julianne Hough, and Kevin Durand. The inspirational tale of the grandfathers of fitness as we now know it, Joe and Ben Weider. Facing anti-Semitism and extreme poverty, the brothers beat...

Starring
Kevin Durand, Julianne Hough, Victoria Justice, Tyler Hoechlin
Genres
Biography, Drama
Director
George Gallo

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Biography, Drama
Director George Gallo
Writer Ellen Furman, Andy Weiss, Brad Furman, George Gallo
Stars Kevin Durand, Julianne Hough, Victoria Justice, Tyler Hoechlin
Country USA
Also Known As Bigger: A História de Joe Weider
Runtime 1H 47M
Description Brothers Joe and Ben Weider were the architects of muscle. Against all odds, they launched an empire. Along the way they discovered Arnold Schwarzenegger, inspired female empowerment, championed diversity, and started a movement that changed the world.

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Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 04:54

The first of three films directed by Oscar winner Sam Mendes, "Small Town Gay Bar" is a bold, idiosyncratic, and unsettling exploration of a man's struggle to remain a part of his community and his own life. The film is a riveting study of the struggles of three gay men who have recently moved to a new town. Based on the personal stories of these men, it also examines the social and economic barriers that bind them together. Filmed in black and white, the film is populated by diverse characters and their unique, and sometimes difficult, problems. These are real people whose stories have been documented and whose lives have been captured on film. The film, however, is not primarily about the problems of these men, but rather the consequences of having these problems. The film has a very distinct style and is very different from most films of its kind. The film's pacing and pacing alone are remarkable. This is not a linear, slow-moving film. In fact, the film is very fast-paced and very unpredictable. It is very much a character study of these three men, and the stories they tell. It is as if they tell the same story over and over again. In many ways, it feels like a fictional story that is told by these three men. The plot is a little complicated, but that is intentional. The plot is the most important part of the film, and the characters' arcs are largely the most important parts of the film. The film is also shot in black and white, which is a rare sight in films. It is interesting to see this movie in black and white, because it allows the film to be extremely evocative of these three men. If I were to describe the film in one word, it would be "exquisite." The cinematography, editing, and score all contribute to the film's feel of style. One of the things I loved about the film was the realism of the three men. All of them were incredibly real and believable. In the context of the film, it is very difficult to see them as real people. The film's characters are also very compelling and believable. The characters in the film were incredibly real, and the situations they are in are extremely difficult. When they are together, it is clear that they are not only really good friends, but they also like each other very much. I can't emphasize enough how good these characters are. Each of the men is likable and gives a lot to the audience. I was very impressed with how the actors pulled off their characters, and how well they portrayed the complexities and difficulties of these men. The film is well-acted, and it's very well-directed. The acting is brilliant. The actors are so great that I feel like the audience is watching them. The film is beautifully shot. The cinematography and editing are very well done. The film has an extremely distinctive style. I feel like the film does not really belong in the same category as other films of its kind. It has a very different feel to it, and that is what makes the film so memorable. It is a very unique and impressive film, and it is very unique. The film is very different from other films of its kind, and it is very impressive. The
Friday, 19 Jun 2020 11:47

As with most American films about the Vietnam War, "The Deer Hunter" is a tour-de-force of American film-making. An innovative combination of visual techniques, dialogue, music, and drama, "The Deer Hunter" is a quintessential American film. The film's all-star cast and highly visible, crowd-pleasing acting are one of its most compelling elements. In spite of the amazing and historically accurate work of Francis Ford Coppola, the film is at heart a love story between two men: actor John Cusack and Vietnam veteran Tom Hanks. Cusack and Hanks are both extraordinary actors. Cusack has long been considered a Hollywood savior, but he has long been undervalued by the industry. He is in the same class as the great actors of our time: Kevin Kline, George Clooney, and Michael Caine. Cusack's acting is the centerpiece of this film. He plays John Cusack, a fictional character named Major William Travers (Hanks) who became a Vietnam War veteran. Cusack is a middle-aged man who once was married and had a family. His wife was raped by a Vietnam veteran. After his wife is killed, Cusack goes back to Vietnam to assist the surviving women of the village. He soon falls in love with a local Vietnamese woman named Jade (Cristina Ricci). At the same time, Cusack is attracted to Jade's friend, My Nguyen (Maggie Gyllenhaal). These two men fall in love with each other, and ultimately end up being engaged in a romantic relationship. While Cusack and Hanks make their romantic connections, the real love story is between Cusack and My Nguyen. Cusack's acting in "The Deer Hunter" is so powerful and engaging that it will leave audiences with a feeling of reverence for this young man. His character, Major William Travers, is as real as the movie itself. His grief and passion for his work, for the Vietnamese people, and for Vietnam itself, are equally convincing. Cusack's emotional and real-life involvement with this Vietnamese man is one of the most moving moments in the film. Hanks' performance is equally impressive, particularly as the character of Cusack's Vietnam veteran lover. Hanks portrays the Vietnam veteran with a passion and depth that is breathtaking. Cusack's relationship with Hanks is genuine and authentic. Hanks plays the role of Cusack with a maturity and maturity that is extremely rare in American film. Hanks' emotional and real-life involvement with Cusack is one of the most moving moments in the film. It is impossible to watch this film without feeling for Cusack and Hanks. The incredible cinematography by Robert Richardson (who also directed the unforgettable "Saving Private Ryan") and the powerful score by Andrew Lloyd Webber (which, interestingly, also composed the haunting music of "Saving Private Ryan") make this a cinematic experience unlike any other. Overall, "The Deer Hunter" is an astonishing achievement that makes this one of the best American films of all time. The audience will feel so deeply for these two men and their relationships. The film will make them and the audience a
Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 00:19

Cinematography by James D. Cook is gorgeous, especially the street scenes where the rain comes down. But it's not enough. It would have been so much more powerful if they had spent more time on the personalities of the people, especially the brother, and less on the interpersonal dynamics of the group. Also, how does he become a professional? What is his aim in life? Why does he hate the characters? What is his reason for hating them? And why is he in a position to be so ruthless? The acting is good. In particular, Brian Cox and Michael Caine are great, as are Julie Walters and James Cromwell. On the other hand, the plot line is overly complicated. The antagonists have little to do with the rest of the story, and the characters themselves are very unrealistic. The brother is very callous and arrogant, and goes to extremes to solve his problems. When he's trying to protect his sister, he gives her a "compliment" (a reference to his sister). But he isn't like this throughout the film. He can't even stand the sight of his own naked body. I can't help but wonder if he was the one who persuaded his brother to do what he did. In any case, he was a rotten person. The third brother is a better character. He's much more humane. He is not ruthless, and he doesn't kill without cause. The actors' performances are good. But the storyline is simply too complicated. It does not move smoothly and it makes you think. It is a very good film. But the plot is so complicated that it would have made a better film if it had been shorter. It is far too long.
Saturday, 23 May 2020 14:04

Peter, an aspiring writer, is rejected from his writing project, the book, which he has been working on for over a year. This causes a great deal of turmoil for him, as well as his girlfriend, Monica. Although she knows that he is very unhappy, she is not prepared to do anything about it. Monica tries to get the work completed by various means, but she is never successful. As time goes on, she is beginning to feel more and more like a victim, and in order to stop the negativity from taking over her life, she decides to do something about it. A major turning point for Peter is the revelation that his girlfriend is cheating on him. This causes him to become very violent, and he is convicted of rape, sexual assault and assault, and he is given the opportunity to go to jail. However, he is not able to stay in jail for very long, and the only way out is to become a successful writer, which he is determined to do. Peter is finally able to get his girlfriend to see his point of view, and it is clear that they are having problems. Monica, who was very positive towards Peter's work, now understands that he is suffering from an addiction, and starts to become very depressed. Monica is also in a relationship with another man, but, because she is addicted to him, she cannot leave him. She is unable to leave him because she wants to be with Peter, and the other man does not want to see his girlfriend with another man. This situation is very difficult for Monica, as she feels like a victim. Peter decides to make a speech to the university about his drug problems, and he is able to convince his girlfriend to be with him. He also realizes that he is suffering from an addiction, and that he needs to get better treatment. Monica is not interested in his recovery, but Peter's confession about his addiction and his motivation to become a successful writer have a great impact on her. The process of recovery, both for Monica and Peter, is much more intense than they could have expected. There are several different themes that are discussed in this film. The main theme is the problem of addiction, and the problem of how someone can continue to suffer from an addiction when he has started to see a professional professional who understands his problems. There are also some discussions about forgiveness and reconciliation. The theme of the recovery from addiction is discussed very well. It is clear that Peter's recovery was much harder than he expected. The movie also discusses the idea of the rehabilitation process. There is a point where Peter is in prison, and he is having the hard time of having to go through all the steps of rehabilitation. He was not able to help Monica and they did not see eye to eye. He was also a victim of a crime. There is also a discussion about forgiveness, and reconciliation. There are also some discussions about the view of women, about women's feelings towards men, and about women and men's feelings. The themes of the film are discussed very well. The ending of the movie is also very powerful, and it is interesting to see how the person who made the movie ended up. He ends up in prison, and he is in a rehabilitation process, but he never realizes that he was right about everything
Thursday, 07 May 2020 15:17

This is the story of Marcellus Wallace (a brilliant Michael Douglas) who was the most celebrated writer in America in the 1920's. But when the United States entered World War II, Wallace had to decide between writing and fighting. And he chose writing. He got drafted into the army, and he became a medic. But his writing was so famous that he ended up in a federal penitentiary. His wife (a very fine, talented, and important actress, Sarah Paulson) and young son had to flee. The son was in a concentration camp, and the wife was in a concentration camp. Both were in their 40's, and the two women were desperately in need of money. The son could not see the daughter he had never known, and the wife did not know who the father of the baby was. So, a combination of a chance meeting with a journalist (that the son had known) and the fact that he was an American GI and wanted to go to war, resulted in the father of the baby being sent to prison. This film is based on the book by the great Barbara Smith. It is very good, but it is only a small film, and it should not be compared to "Inglourious Basterds". This film should be judged as a small film, and that is not the case. The performances are excellent. The actors are terrific. This film is a must see. This film is great, and a great family film. The kids are terrific, and the mother and father are terrific. "Inglourious Basterds" is a great film, and "Fargo" is a great film. This is a good family film, and it is a great family film.


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