Ironing Out the Future Iron Man released in May of 2008. Lehman Brothers collapsed in September of that year. Lucky then for Marvel (and then Paramount), whose story of …
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Voldemortedcai would be way more entertaining There are many things to say concerning Mortdecai. He’s helpless, snooty, bratty, spoiled, wimpy, whiny, prim, proper, and utterly clueless. And this is …
Iron Man 3 may not be fond of risks, although it adores the chance to throw its audience off.
It's a calculated, precise piece of popcorn art, the type that defines the term “summer blockbuster,” and possibly redefines it.
Affleck and Paltrow bond on screen, the pacing carries realistic flow, and in terms of mass audience appeal, it breaks at the exact moment necessary.
... it's classy territory with a cast of Oscar winners following a series of expository science dumps.
... the music more or less intrudes on this pitiful narrative, when it would be better off the other way around
Iron Man 2 is not as funny, creative, or as witty as its predecessor, yet it does quite a few things right.
Fifteen years past its release, it's as modern as the day it hit theaters, so far beyond other films of its era it's staggering.