No Pain, No Gain (2005)

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Titolo originale: No Pain, No Gain–>
Genere: Commedia, Drammatico–>
Durata: –>
Nazione: USA–>

  • Samuel Turcotte

Scritto da:

  • Jodi Lane Baum (sceneggiatura)
  • Samuel Turcotte (sceneggiatura)
  • Samuel Turcotte (storia)
  • Darryl Wimberley (storia)


  • Fernando Cano (produttore tecnico)
  • Raul V. Carrera (co-produttore)
  • Samuel Turcotte (regista)


  • Terry Wollman

Trama del film:

The story of a bodybuilder who longs to be respected for his mind. Mike Zorillo, a small town Ohio champion bodybuilder with a genius IQ, journeys to the Mecca of bodybuilding, Los Angeles, determined to beat his nemesis, Jake Steel, with natural science instead of steroids. Far from home, he's confronted by a gym culture of freaks, juicers and Hollywood wannabes. As he pursues his dream, he's also persecuted by the world's largest sports nutrition company, an entity that's hell-bent on destroying him. Against all odds, the honest and driven bodybuilder resolves to win the prestigious "Mr. West Coast" competition as a way to prove himself and his ideas to the world. Written by Jodi Baum, Samuel Turcotte, Mark O'Bryan



1 Comment


    premiere-5 said

    February 23 2012 @ 12:27

    I attend every local premiere I can, and this one was very unique and
    fun, especially for an independent film. Instead of the usual
    pseudo-star-studded effort, they instead had a local bodybuilder
    introduce the film who gave the audience a personal perspective on the
    sport and its history. In this case, the bodybuilder was a woman rather
    than a man, which added another dimension to its uniqueness. The movie
    was fun and engaging. The bodybuilders were excellent actors and there
    is a mad scientist character that is outrageously funny! It had some
    great music, especially the theme song. There was also a nifty
    cartoonish animation at the beginning that set the movie up nicely. The
    end credits were also fun with some interesting creative touches and a
    fun outtake powered by some driving rock tunes. I left wanting to go
    workout, which in fact I did. I look forward to the DVD!

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