Do we really not have a Pain and Gain thread?

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    You guys ever see walberg's fckin in home gym! It's bigger and more equipped than most I've been to. Automatic bay doors n shyt too...

    Rich people...
    Meh..ill let him have all those commodities. With the almost unlimited of access of human growth, he still disappoints as far as physique goes.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by WeT.DoLPhiN View Post

    Meh..ill let him have all those commodities. With the almost unlimited of access of human growth, he still disappoints as far as physique goes.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by WeT.DoLPhiN View Post
    Meh..ill let him have all those commodities. With the almost unlimited of access of human growth, he still disappoints as far as physique goes.
    I feel like this is more because of the roles he plays. I don't think Ted would have been the same if he was jacked out of his mind trying to play a stoner who has a talking teddy bear.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by pow_wow41 View Post

    It's hard to tell.. He looked more water weight big. I'm gonna say he was around 200-205 & I'm pretty sure I heard he gained 40lbs since filming Ted so you be the judge.
    It looked like he worked out in Ted, not big, but you could tell he lifts.

    Quote Originally Posted by superbeast668 View Post

    Straight dbol deca carbs and sodium. 100% water buffalo. If he didn't put the weight on he wouldn't have been able to play along side of the rock. I'm pretty sure he was out of his mind on gear too though. I don't think I've seen him that big and lean before.
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  5. Saw it last night. Funny and entertaining. It's was a good movie. The Rock was definitely looking beastly.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post

    I just looked it up and his weight is between 265-275.....
    It was in an interview I saw. It was last week, I was on heavy pain meds. Maybe I was having delusions of granger?
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  7. Think I may go see it tomorrow afternoon, movies are only $5 on Wednesday before 2
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    It was in an interview I saw. It was last week, I was on heavy pain meds. Maybe I was having delusions of granger?
    He was down to the 215-225 range a few years back, but packed on the mass once he started wrestling again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WeT.DoLPhiN View Post
    Meh..ill let him have all those commodities. With the almost unlimited of access of human growth, he still disappoints as far as physique goes.

    Not going to lie. You sound like you're mad.

  10. I think I read somewhere or saw on TV that walberg walks around between 180-190 but had to cut down to 165 for Ted to look "normal". And he gained 40 lbs after Ted for pain and gain. So really it wouldn't be that unbelievable for him to get to 205-210 natty coming off a heavy cut for Ted. Could be wrong though just thinking out loud.
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  11. One thing that did bother me was not the movie, but the audience. It was about 25% regular people, 25% lifters and 50% highschool douchebags in tanks yelling at the screen.

  12. Its based off a true story. The two guys are currently on death row for their actions

  13. Quote Originally Posted by FUBARMD View Post
    Its based off a true story. The two guys are currently on death row for their actions
    Still? Wasn't that like 18 years ago that they were convicted?

  14. Ahh man, I saw a preview for this watching G.I.Joe and really want to see it. The Rock looks insane, and walberg is really bulked up. Its funny how the Rock got really lean but didn't see a lot of him in the media but he is everywhere now that he is a giant

  15. Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post

    He was down to the 215-225 range a few years back, but packed on the mass once he started wrestling again.
    Ahhh so not totally lost, thanks rodja
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  16. for someone who doesn't like the rock, i think he's a bad actor and was never a fan of his physique, just never thought it was anything special

    he really looked good in the movie and wasn't bad at acting either....i think he worked with george farrah for pain and gain

  17. Quote Originally Posted by Young Gotti View Post
    for someone who doesn't like the rock, i think he's a bad actor and was never a fan of his physique, just never thought it was anything special

    he really looked good in the movie and wasn't bad at acting either....i think he worked with george farrah for pain and gain
    Best part for the rock was the neighborhood watch part. All coked up jackin his jaw and doin bumps behind the signs Walberg had up. I was dying lmao

  18. Quote Originally Posted by mikeg313 View Post
    Best part for the rock was the neighborhood watch part. All coked up jackin his jaw and doin bumps behind the signs Walberg had up. I was dying lmao
    yeah that part was awesome...also liked towards the end when he's cooking outside...don't want to ruin it for anyone who didn't see it but he was too dumb to realize what was happening

  19. Quote Originally Posted by Young Gotti View Post

    yeah that part was awesome...also liked towards the end when he's cooking outside...don't want to ruin it for anyone who didn't see it but he was too dumb to realize what was happening
    I just about died during that scene
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  20. Quote Originally Posted by Young Gotti View Post

    yeah that part was awesome...also liked towards the end when he's cooking outside...don't want to ruin it for anyone who didn't see it but he was too dumb to realize what was happening
    That was awesome . The rocks character got awesome after he went coke head.

  21. Quote Originally Posted by mikeg313 View Post
    That was awesome . The rocks character got awesome after he went coke head.

  22. coke head jesus freak lmaooooo!!!!!!!!!!!! i died when i watched it last night

  23. I thought it was hilarious when they first meet the Rock in the gym, the black dude is asking him all the Bro-science questions like, "How much protein do you eat a day? Do you take added amino acids post workout?" I'm pretty sure I was the only one laughing at the part. lol

  24. Quote Originally Posted by pow_wow41 View Post
    I thought it was hilarious when they first meet the Rock in the gym, the black dude is asking him all the Bro-science questions like, "How much protein do you eat a day? Do you take added amino acids post workout?" I'm pretty sure I was the only one laughing at the part. lol
    I lost it there as well. The protein part is just too much real life.

  25. Solid dry humor throughout but the vivid torture scenes did not exactly match a dark comedy.I am thinking of those older British films which were dark comedies based on murder or theft.-Ladykillers, Kind Hearts & Coronets, Lavender Hill Mob, Assasination Bureau, etc. The violence was much better handled. A good relatively modern example is how Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrrels intertwined violence and humor.

    The fellows were really stupid as if they were cartoon characters brought to life.

    But the one liners were priceless- Especially where Wahlberg motivates one of the flagging guys.. "when you came to me you were 28% body fat and I got you down to 8%" etc.etc.
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