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‘Generation Iron’ Review

  • 24 April 2014
  • by Richard Axtell
  • Nerdly

Features: Mickey Rourke, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Jai White, Lou Ferrigno, Busta Rhymes, Phil Heath, Kai Greene, Dennis Wolf, Jay Cutler, Ronnie Coleman, Roelly Winklaar, Bob Cicherillo, Branch Warren, Ben Pakulski | Written and Directed by Vlad Tudin

Generation Iron, a semi-sequel to the classic Arnold Schwarzenegger documentary Pumping Iron (the film is exec produced by Jerome Gary, producer on the Schwarzenegger doc), is a documentary film which follows a group of body builders all of whom are competing for the much coveted Olympia title. If they win this, they are officially the greatest body builder in the world. Generation Iron looks at the different techniques used by these competitors to achieve the body of their dreams, and how far they are willing to go to become Mr. Olympia.

This film is a very interesting look at the professional sport of body building, covering a large aspect of the competitor’s lives.

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  • Filmmaker Vlad Yudin follows several body builders as they struggle to find success in a competitive industry.

  • From the director of Generation Iron, comes the anticipated sequel that will depict 5 of the top bodybuilding and fitness mega-stars on a quest of achieving the ultimate physique and taking it to the next extreme level. In the world of social media and internet, the rules have changed as to what makes an iconic bodybuilding mass-monster. Starring Kai Greene, Calum Von Moger, Rich Piana, among others, this film will explore an all new generation of bodybuilders and how this new world, and new people, carve their own path to physique perfection.


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Generation Iron

2013 film

Generation Iron is a 2013 documentary film which follows the world's leading professional bodybuilders as they train and compete for the 2012 Mr. Olympia. Considered to be a spiritual sequel to the 1977 documentary Pumping Iron, the film gives access to the lives of the top seven bodybuilders in the sport, including Phil Heath, Kai Greene, Branch Warren, and Dennis Wolf. The film is narrated by Mickey Rourke and features appearances by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lou Ferrigno, and Jay Cutler.

The film is directed by Vlad Yudin and produced by Edwin Mejia Jr. at The Vladar Company and Generation Iron Brands.



Generation Iron chronicles seven top bodybuilders as they train to compete in the 2012 Mr. Olympia.


United States[edit]

Generation Iron was released in 53 cinemas across the U.S. on September 20, 2013.[2] The film expanded to reach over 100 cinemas in various areas of the country. The release of the film coincided with the 2013 Mr. Olympia, held at the Orleans Hotel in Las Vegas on September 28, 2013.[3]


On October 7, 2013, Generation Iron opened for a one-night-only event in 21 locations across Canada.


The film had its European premiere at the Copenhagen International Documentary Festival on November 10, 2013. The sold-out screening was held at the 650 seat Bremen Teater.[4] The next day, it was announced that Generation Iron had secured distribution deals for Australia, Brazil, Germany, and New Zealand, with deals soon to be finalized with China, Finland, Italy, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and the UK.[5]


Box office[edit]

Generation Iron opened on September 20, 2013, with an opening weekend box office total of $245,000, making it the biggest documentary opening of 2013.[6] It held its position as the No. 1 documentary in the U.S. at the box office for three consecutive weeks after its release.[7] Its domestic total as of January 3, 2014 was $849,521.[8]

Critical reception[edit]

Generation Iron opened to positive reviews, scoring 80% critic approval based on 15 reviews and an 86% audience approval rating on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes.[9]

Ernest Hardy of The Village Voice gave the film a perfect score[10] and called it "a gorgeous meditation on age-old existential concerns".[11] The Los Angeles Times called Generation Iron "an intimate portrait of bodybuilders" and praised the film as being "compelling and energetic".[12] Louis Black of The Austin Chronicle stated that the film is "really a triumph of intelligent, strategic filmmaking".[13] Philip Martin, president of the Southeastern Film Critics Association, stated in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette that Generation Iron is not just a film for bodybuilding fans and that "like all good stories, this movie about bodybuilding is really about much more".[14]

Generation Iron also received a few mixed reviews. Nicole Herrington of The New York Times gave the film 2.5 stars and wrote, "For a documentary about extreme discipline, the filmmakers lack restraint: the movie, about 20 minutes too long, undercuts much of its own momentum."[15] Nick Schager of The Dissolve expressed disdain for how the film "goes into absolutely no detail regarding the specifics of how [the bodybuilders] design their diets or their workout regimens".[16] Film critic Tim Falkenberg of MXDWN praised the film for the same reasons, stating that "much in the way Ron Howard's Rush, released earlier this year, was about the competitors, not understanding Formula 1 competition, the documentary Generation Iron largely eschews educating its audience on the intricacies of its subject matter in favor of focusing on the competitors themselves".[17]


Top ten lists[edit]

Home media[edit]

The Vladar Company released an extended director's cut on Blu-ray and DVD exclusively for sale on their website on April 4, 2014.[29]Starz Inc. released the theatrical version of Generation Iron digitally on iTunes on April 4, 2014[30] and VOD/Amazon on April 15, 2014. Anchor Bay Entertainment released the theatrical version of Generation Iron on DVD on May 13, 2014.[31]


Jeff Rona composed the original score for Generation Iron. A soundtrack album was released on Milan Records.[32]

Additional songs featured in the film include:

  • "Never Gonna Stop" by Mind the Gap featuring Quan, also used in the film's official trailer[33]
  • "Some Say" by SolarDrive & TC
  • "In Da Gym" by Melle Mel
  • "Size" by Melle Mel
  • "Double Life" by Sixth Gate
  • "Unattached Human" by Sixth Gate

See also[edit]


  1. ^
  2. ^Yamato, Jen. "Mr. Olympia Bodybuilding Doc 'Generation Iron' Gets September Release". Deadline.
  3. ^Vegas, Las. "Mr Olympia 2013".
  4. ^Theater, Bremen. "Generation Iron European Premiere". Archived from the original on 2013-12-27.
  5. ^Team, Deadline. "AFM Briefs: Well Go USA Acquires Justin Long Pic 'The Lookalike'; 'Generation Iron' Sells Overseas". Deadline.
  6. ^Campbell, Christopher. "'Generation Iron' Debuts With Year's Best Opening For a Non-Concert Doc".
  7. ^Newswire, PR. "'Generation Iron' is the #1 Documentary for 3 Weeks Straight at the US Box Office". PR Newswire.
  8. ^The, Numbers. "The Numbers".
  9. ^Rotten, Tomatoes. "Generation Iron on Rotten Tomatoes". Rotten Tomatoes.
  10. ^Hardy, Ernest. "Variety Score". MetaCritic.
  11. ^Hardy, Ernest. "Generation Iron Presents Professional Bodybuilding as the Existential Minefield That It Truly Is". Village Voice.
  12. ^Goldstein, Gary (September 19, 2013). "Review: 'Generation Iron' an intimate portrait of bodybuilders". LA Times.
  13. ^Black, Louis. "Generation Iron". Austin Chronicle.
  14. ^Martin, Philip. "Review Generation Iron". Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
  15. ^Herrington, Nicole (September 19, 2013). "Buffed and Toned Up for a Beauty Contest". NY Times.
  16. ^Schager, Nick. "The Dissolve". The Dissolve.
  17. ^Falkenberg, Tim. "Movie Review – 'Generation Iron'". MXDOWN Movie Reviews.
  18. ^BNFF, The. "Generation Iron". Buffalo Niagara Film Festival.
  19. ^Nevada, Festival. "Nevada Film Festival". Nevada Film Festival.
  20. ^Film Festival, Rincon. "Generation Iron". Rincon International Film Festival.
  21. ^Baker, Thomas. "2013 Awards". Accolade Competition. Archived from the original on 2014-04-19.
  22. ^Flex, Staff. "2013 Steve Stone Vanguard Award". Flex Magazine.
  23. ^Simons, Pete. "2013 Synchrotones Awards". Synchrotones Soundtrack Reviews.
  24. ^Dox, CPH. "Audience Award". Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival.
  25. ^Eig, Jon (December 19, 2013). "2013's Best (And Worst) Moments In Film". Huffington Post.
  26. ^Sawitz, Scott. "Kubryk's Top 10 Films of 2013". Inside Pulse.
  27. ^Reid, Joe. "Documentary Power Rankings: Politics and Pumped Iron". Tribeca Film.
  28. ^Knegt, Peter. "Top 15 Highest Grossing Documentaries of 2013". IndieWire.
  29. ^"DVD & Blu-Ray Ship Internationally!". The Vladar Company.
  30. ^Generation, Iron. "Generation Iron iTunes". Apple.
  31. ^Anchor, Bay. "Generation Iron DVD". Amazon.
  32. ^Records, Milan. "Generation Iron Soundtrack". Milan Records. Archived from the original on 2013-11-04.
  33. ^Trailers, Apple. "Generation Iron Trailer". Apple.

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Generation Iron Official Trailer 1 (2013) - Bodybuilding Documentary HD


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