Written February 11, 2016
Its a great movie to watch with your kids .
kids don't see much of details.. they care when the super hero is alive
when they save lives, they get impress with the explosion and all those things that we dont.
I noticed other reviews of people complaining about story line , plots and some other thing
that I find just stupid to complain about..
its a movie and they cant make 100% perfect even as the books.
if they tries as the book then people " oh I read the book and wasnt nothing new" blah blah..
take your sweetheart , friends or your kids and enjoy the movie
just be like the kids.... open your mind shut your mouth.
making a movie takes time and money... appreciate the art...
Written November 29, 2015
There were some discrepancies, but all-in-all a fun movie. Humor was on point. Pepper...whoa...they moved up her game. I would recommend for most viewers.
Written April 21, 2015
It's just another Iron Man movie of Robert Downey depicting Tony Stark as the smart-mouth genius saving the world...again. The Mandarin certainly caught me off-guard and goes to show that most fans don't even know Iron Man's villains.
Written January 28, 2015
IMHO ... This is the best Iron Man to date! I am not a FAN FAVE of comics ... therefore I loved the comical twist. I especially loved how "human" Iron Man. The romance piece - FINALLY - THANK YOU!
Written February 12, 2016
I was anticipating Iron Man 3, but left wondering, "What happened"?
They made Pepper Potts character more powerful than Iron Man in some scenes.When he tried to use his suit it malfunctioned most of the time, and when she used it , it seemed to work every time...
Towards the end of the film, I was hoping for the moment when Iron Man would use all of his weaponry and emerge the hero. But once again we see Pepper Potts using the Iron Man suit to save the day...
It was great to see all of the IM's fly in to save the day, but where did they go when Tony was getting beaten up by the bad guy? You never see any of them again, until Tony tells Jarvis to blow them up....
Ben Kingsley could have really added a lot of power to the role as the Mandarin, if he had remained that character throughout the film.
They changed directors...Why change when IM was going well already?