- Feb 6, 2011
I hope I am not breaking any rules but I have an unopened Gen Iro 2. If someone wants it pm me. I would take 20 shipped. It with save you about 7 dollars.
The original is on Netflix. I believe the original poster is referring to the sequel.
Watched it last night. And very interested to hear what other guys think.
My quick thoughts.
1. Kai came off very intelligent and an overall good guy. Greaaattt marketing for him.
2. Hearing Rich Piana's side was interesting. Who the hell would wanna compete now? 0 money in it.
3. Calum is a funny/dumb jock kinda guy. You know u have ridiculous genetics when Frank McGrath says u do. Dude doesn't even count his macros.
Yea... I've been looking for the Sequel.
Where/how can we watch it? I don't even see any available outlets to even pay for it.
It's not on Apple TV, Netflix, or Redbox, or in theatres near me....
I haven't watched GI2 yet nor have I seen loads of Calum. But what I have seen I was really surprised how loose his diet was. He would have things like bowls of kids cereal through the night. I figured maybe he is just having down time on the vids I seen but the more I hear the more it seems he just eats what he wants and doesn't put much effort into diet. He does look great though.
If you're into bodybuilding (I will assume most reading this are), this movie will entertain you simply for the bodybuilding themes throughout it. I saw it a week ago and left feeling very "meh" about it. It struggled with having any sort of direction...it was really just the director grabbing a bunch of different industry stars and asking them very similar (sometimes the same) questions, and then cycling between their answers somewhat sporadically. There would be segments with brief voice-overs and cuts of interviews that didn't really seem to pertain to the topic at hand. There wasn't any sort of message or clear-driven idea behind the film, just seemed like "hey, here's an update of what people think 'bodybuilding' means today."
Felt like it could have been a whole lot better if the director had really tackled the sport with a purpose.