Bum Reviews - Iron Man 3

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  • Daith
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    It was a decent flick but where was Shield during all this? And I was a tad disappointed with the Mandarin angle but I guess an Asian guy with space rings that fire all sorts of beams would be a too bit out there for the movies.
  • Unit112358
    ALL HAIL THE IRON MAIDEN!

    And yeah, that finishing blow made the entire movie worth price of admission.

    It wasn't as good as the others but it was fun, and what were we expecting? for it to top AVENGERS? yeah... no.
  • Jezzy54
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    That's a good point about SHIELD. The one time they're not in an Iron Man movie is when multiple terrorist attacks are happening across America.
  • Zorro4k6
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    I too wondered about Shield at one point. But I guess Marvel has other plans for them. With the Mandarin angle, I thought it was funny. I laughed and rolled with it. However I do wish they had stuck to the source material. I mean I think it's safe to say after Avengers they can go a bit more comic book style. They established that aliens do exist in the universe now. They could have gotten away with the real Mandarin. It's not like the Dark Knight Trilogy where it's more of a crime drama and based in "reality". So I think Marvel could have done it. It also would have been a cool tie in to Thor when he said that Magic and Science are one in the same. We have Tony using science and the Mandarin using what could be considered magic. But really the 'magic' rings are just another form of technology. It could have made for a really epic climax and I was hoping it would until that twist came up. In any case, I enjoyed what I got.

    Doug, I never thought the panic attacks were just for Pepper. Have you forgotten that he almost died in an unknown part of space in Avengers? I don't know about you, but if I was Tony, I would probably have post dramatic stress after living through that as well. Also in his dreams it shows that scene of him going into the worm hole. Not to mention the kid in Iron Man 3 directly mentioned the worm hole and everything that happened in New York during Avengers. Now I'm not saying he doesn't also worry about Pepper, because he does. I'm just saying that the attacks resulted from more than just her.

    I also agree that giving his address was probably a bit stupid of him. Then again he probably thought the Mandarin wasn't a big threat and so that's why. But yeah, it was still stupid.

    Doug, did you happen to stay until the end of the credits? I found the post credit scene to be really hilarious.

    Overall, I really enjoyed it. I wonder how this will all tie into Avengers 2. :)
  • 13secondstomidnight
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    I actually thought that they had dropped the Extremis arc altogether after the first 2 movies so I damn nearly jumped into the air when they mentioned Extremis for the first time and I got hints of where the story was going. Honestly, I liked where they went with the Mandarin. Yeah, it wasn't as good as the comics, but the idea that the ThinkTank came up with the pathology of the serial killer and creating a terrorist with a drug-addled actor who has no idea what is going on said far more terrifying things about the human mind and more insights than the comic Mandarin angle (after I'd stopped laughing insanely at Ben Kingsley).

    It was really stupid when Tony told the press where he lived (infinitely stupid), but I assume that he was so mad that he wasn't thinking straight and just wanted to frighten the fucker (he was pretty furious at the time). Just proves that Tony Stark's emotions get the best of even his intelligence, I guess??

    What I found great about this movie is that it basically proved that despite his flaws and his lack of brilliant fighting skills, Tony really IS Iron Man without the suit - which is something the movies hadn't shown us yet. I would have liked to see him actually WORKING on the Extremis serum though, rather than just saying "yep, I fixed Pepper" like it was nothing (I mean, yes, he's a genius but I would have liked to see WHAT the serum actually was (like with Iron Man II showing Tony's upgraded arc reactor).

    And yeah, I never thought the PTSD was about Pepper. I thought it was... you know, about flying into space on the back of a nuke and almost dying in a vacuum millions of lightyears from home at the end of a wormhole. I don't know where Doug got that idea from, particularly considering Tony didn't lose Pepper at all, he just couldn't contact her at the end (and yeah I'm sure that was a part of the mix of the PTSD, because he loves her, but..)

    (I just assumed this wasn't a big enough threat for Shield to get involved in. I mean, count of 1 terrorist with a handful of explosions and the entirety of the US agencies after him? I don't think Shield had a good reason to be involved (although I would have been surprised if there weren't a couple of Shield agents looking into things without notifying Stark... who would try to work around them)).

    Anyway, I loved the fact that Mark 42 was such brilliant foreshadowing that Stark had built another 38 suits and hid them somewhere. And, I really liked the fact that at the end Stark was talking to Banner. It was really great to see that Banner was no longer walking around homeless and without purpose but was working with Stark (which may have stressed him out so much that he started getting grey hair...)
  • SarahARoyce
    There was a short where Ben Kingsleys Character was freed from prison, and his rescuers basically telling him that the real Mandarin was not happy about his impersonation.
  • Dust
    They could have easily just changed it to "he somehow got hold of alien tech from the Avengers invasion."

    Ties it into the movie-verse fairly well, I'd think. Would probably have seemed less implausible than the CGI-hoax terrorist created to distract everyone from the villain's attempts to make the formula work for other people, because... because... I don't know, apparently a formula like that is something you'd want to share, rather than hoarding it and being the only fire-breathing, invincible person around.
  • 13secondstomidnight
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    Wasn't the idea to get hold of Stark so they could fix the formula and finally sell it (you can't sell it if explosions are happening to your clients, now can you)?

    And actually, creating a terrorist in such a fashion is pretty brilliant. I mean, who would believe such a thing? And with the way western society is geared towards the War on Terror, it's the perfect way to explain away a series of accidents and have everyone looking for explanations and the culprit in the wrong place.
  • Truxillogical
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    Where was SHIELD? Maybe busy with another terrorist? Maybe busy with this one but NOT working with Tony Stark?

    Maybe they're still trying to repair their infrastructure after the New York thing?

    It's a valid question, but not one that haunts me, I guess.
  • gojirafan430  - Did you not see the Avengers ending?
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    Shield lost contact to all the Avengers because they earned some privacy after the war.
  • evilmajikman
    Shields having its own tv show taking place after the NYC attack.
  • thehulk86
    that and the Mandarin is REALLLY tricky to pull off without seeming racist
  • Fangheart
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    Chester has Title cards now?......... that...... is awesome.
  • Jezzy54
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    You forgot the part where he suddenly decides to get a convenient shrapnel-removal operation that was apparently possible the entire time.
  • TheOnlyThing
    What I took away was that it was possible but extremely risky and the reactor in his chest was a symbol that he was Iron Man.
  • AllenBradley  - I love You bum
    HAHAHA I miss the bum,I will go see iron man 3 tomorrow,wish me luck!!
  • Me Wise Magic
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    Chester is back! Huzzah! Funny stuff! Loved Iron Man 3. Way better than 2 and some of the other Pre-Avenger films for the most part. Usually a 3rd movie is the one that falls; but this one actually did alot of good. Want to see it again real soon.
  • eric.emanwu
    Darn it, now how can I take this movie seriously? I always thought the panic attacks was about his growing fear of death. Out of ideas, with only the sacrifice play to make.

    Also, I found the wording to be something that he'd do to lure him out, show that he's the stronger man. And like so many things, his work calms him down. That's one thing he's grown into: that doing things helps to make you stronger. Also, adapt, since there's plenty he took from Vanko (the drones) to win this fight.

    Also, the ending was hilarious.
  • Anniexo
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    I saw the panic attacks as something he started getting after what happened in the Avengers so they wasn't pointless at all
  • Krawietz
    The problem is that in Avengers he managed everithing pretty well, his tech took down tanks and normal infantery ofthe alines, he was able to stand against a "god", and most of this info was abailabel at hme from the previews films, so him having panics attacks felt exagerated, overacted and pointless, most like he is it all felt like him traing to take more attention.
  • HMorris73
    To be fair, all of that was before his near death experience at the end.
  • Truxillogical
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    Yeah, but then he plunged through a wormhole and wound up unfathomably far away from his home GALAXY, was the first human being ever to look upon an alien civilization, committed genocide (necessary, but killing a few thousand/million potentially sentient beings is kind of a big thing), and almost died in the cold vacuum of space, millions of lightyears from anyone and anything he ever knew.

    That's kind of a thing.
  • HeartBurnKid
    He flew a nuclear bomb into a space portal and damn near blew himself up to take out the aliens. I'd say that rates some PTSD.
  • Redblackdragon
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    An interpretation that I read and liked was that his panic attacks came from the fact that after the Avengers, he was irrefutably shown that there were incredibly significant forces in the universe that defied science, which was disorienting for Tony, who had lived his life as a super-genius in control of everything.

    Yes, he won against it, but not easily, and the fact that he's being threatened by things he didn't know could exist takes a bite out of his deeply ingrained superiority complex. He wants to be the best in the world and understand everything, but there are gods and aliens showing off insane, reason-defying power.
  • Tiana Sidhe
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    You forgot the cute conversation in the post credits. Science Bros!
  • FunkyM
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    Aw, you stole that from Sursum Ursa. Who EVERYONE SHOULD WATCH, by the way.
  • Guild Navigator
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    Superhero movies need to take a decade off.
  • pinky75910
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    I was very disappointed with this movie.
    Been begging for Mandarin since Iron Man 1, we finally "get him" only for it to turn out to be a joke. As for "Iron Woman" I coulda sworn it was the biggest non-secret that Pepper Potts would become "Rescue" in this movie, and that was lied about too. So Tony is having panic attacks because of "that thing in New York"? You mean where he nearly died? Just like what happened TWICE in IM1, and again in IM2? WTF? Now even if there *is* a IM4, how can the real Mandarin appear without copy-catting that loser char Kingsley was? It's like using the villain-guest-star trope against us. Gah.
  • Mantastic  - Ugh.
    I'll just copy and paste what I posted in Brad's movie review. The things I noticed that I disliked or didn't make sense.

    1. Tony's suits are apparently now made of tin-foil. They went from being nigh indestructible in the first movie and the Avengers, still pretty strong but with weaknesses in the second, to completely weak and disposable in the third. And no, fire doesn't melt metal that freaking quick.

    2. Tony's arc reactor is now apparently completely worthless as it's never used at any time in the movie. There's a scene where he has to charge the suit and he ends up using shit from Home Depot. USE THE SUPER POWERFUL ARC REACTOR IN YOUR CHEST.

    3. With all of the brazen use of fire, not a single piece of clothing is burnt. There's a scene where a character walks out of a giant inferno and the clothes look like they had just been freshly laundered. Tony should've just made Iron Man out of cotton and polyester and he would've been fine.

    4. The scenes with Tony and Rhodes felt like they were straight out of Miami Vice, in particular the scene that happens in friggin Miami. I can't help but wonder if it was intentional.

    5. A lot of the movie has Tony go suitless, yet apparently Jarvis was perfectly capable of sending out another and never did.

    6. They overdid the snarky, condescending witty banter that Tony does. It's great when Tony does it, but when most of the other characters are doing it too? Clear overkill.

    7. They killed the drama in scenes by putting unnecessary jokes in everywhere. At some moments I honestly wasn't sure if I was watching a comedy.

    8. Stark never reaches out to anyone who can actually help him. Considering everything that happened in the Avengers, you'd think he'd give SHIELD a buzz.

    9. When did Tony suddenly have the ability to jump and fall from great heights out of his suit without being hurt?

    And now after seeing the Bum Review, there's even more things now that don't make sense to me. What a clusterfuck of a movie and an awful way to finish the series.

    By the way, are we going to see a full regular review/Sibling Rivalry for this? I'd like to hear more of Doug's thoughts on it.
  • Samuraiko  - Rest assured, Mantastic...
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    [quote]By the way, are we going to see a full regular review/Sibling Rivalry for this? I'd like to hear more of Doug's thoughts on it.[/quote]

    Rob has already said via Facebook that they just finished filming the Sibling Rivalry for this one.

    *****

    "So you're like the EA of terrorists?" That line alone just made my day.

    "ALL HAIL IRON WOMAN" then resulted in water all over my desk.
  • Gone Rampant  - Re: Comments on Film
    1. Tony's suits are apparently now made of tin-foil. They went from being nigh indestructible in the first movie and the Avengers, still pretty strong but with weaknesses in the second, to completely weak and disposable in the third. And no, fire doesn't melt metal that freaking quick.

    All of the suits are prototypes, and Tony obviously rushed them, simply using them as something to distract himself with concerning his PTSD from Avengers. They're also more fragile, as many of them have to now be able to split apart to let Tony get in them quickly.

    2. Tony's arc reactor is now apparently completely worthless as it's never used at any time in the movie. There's a scene where he has to charge the suit and he ends up using shit from Home Depot. USE THE SUPER POWERFUL ARC REACTOR IN YOUR CHEST.

    At that scene, Tony was charging the suit for remote use. He doesn't have this problem when it comes to power at any other point in the film.

    3. With all of the brazen use of fire, not a single piece of clothing is burnt. There's a scene where a character walks out of a giant inferno and the clothes look like they had just been freshly laundered. Tony should've just made Iron Man out of cotton and polyester and he would've been fine.

    Would you rather have everyone with Extremis running around naked? Wait, don't answer that.

    4. The scenes with Tony and Rhodes felt like they were straight out of Miami Vice, in particular the scene that happens in friggin Miami. I can't help but wonder if it was intentional.

    Bromance for the shippers. 'Nuff said.

    5. A lot of the movie has Tony go suitless, yet apparently Jarvis was perfectly capable of sending out another and never did.

    JARVIS had to reboot his systems first, and the workers probably had to get a lot of rubble out of the way before JARVIS could summon the new suits.

    6. They overdid the snarky, condescending witty banter that Tony does. It's great when Tony does it, but when most of the other characters are doing it too? Clear overkill.

    See Point 7.

    7. They killed the drama in scenes by putting unnecessary jokes in everywhere. At some moments I honestly wasn't sure if I was watching a comedy.

    They were funny to me, but you're entitled to your own opinion on the humour.

    8. Stark never reaches out to anyone who can actually help him. Considering everything that happened in the Avengers, you'd think he'd give SHIELD a buzz.

    Cap and Thor have the events of their upcoming movies to deal with, SHIELD has whatever happens in its series, and Black Widow/Hawkeye are too far away. They were last seen in New York, Tony was a few hundred miles too south for them to show up and help.

    9. When did Tony suddenly have the ability to jump and fall from great heights out of his suit without being hurt?

    Hah? He awa...
  • _McFly_  - Re: Mantastic
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    1. (just to the last sentence) - Yes, we can have holograms, flying iron suits, and a substance that can heal severed appendages in seconds (and turn people into bombs) BUT when metal melts too quickly, the entire movie is a clusterfuck.

    3. This is the smallest, most unimportant thing you could possibly complain about. Might as well complain about how Bruce Banner's pants don't rip off when he becomes the Hulk but his shirt does and how the aliens in The Avengers should have just warn jeans to stay safe from him. Whether or not their clothes burn has no effect on the overall plot what-so-ever.

    5. Because Jarvis was broken almost the entire film...

    7. Well, when you go to movie called Iron Man 3 I don't think most people expect Requiem for a Dream.

    Gone Rampant got everything else.
  • Redblackdragon
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    7. All the Marvel comic book movies have tons of jokes. If you're against it here, you must have hated all the other movies too. They're big, fun, and relatively low-investment, it's not going to be straight drama at any point.

    1. Also... where does fire melt metal in that movie? The regenerating red people do it, but they're super-science, not conventional fire, they can do whatever they want because science.
  • Chibi_Kohai  - Yay first page!
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    Well I certainly feel special

    Usually, the trilogies go
    1- yay good
    2- boo suck
    3- O.O OH MAH GAWWWWW

    Unless you're Shrek
  • shoyle
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    or indian jones or batman
  • AlucardsQuest
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    I suppose it deserves some criticism, but I didn't leave the theater feeling ripped off. It's better than Iron Man 2, and even though there are some plot holes I feel like they were just omissions to keep the film at a reasonable run time. I do get the genuine impression that Tony loves Pepper after-all, and that's what I grew to love about the series. Plus it's a good cap to the trilogy.

    Where are the Avengers? I imagine Thor 2, Captain America 2, and Avengers 2 will answer that.
  • Siphon92
    Mantastic

    Thank you! So glad someone else saw all this too!
  • tiffanybride
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    Great! Funniest bum review in awhile!
  • Stiller  - Thank You!
    Thank you for confirming what I've been trying to tell people for years! Iron Man is a dickhole who never learns from his mistakes!

    I feel validated because I chose not to see this movie knowing this would happen after what Iron Man 2 was and what an asshole he is in the comics too.
  • MialeeFaeshy
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    It's nice to see Chester managed to upgrade form that can of tuna he used to live in
  • Jane the Bane
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    I found this film to be vastly superior to Iron Man 2, and easily the most well-rounded part of the trilogy.
  • Jane the Bane
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    By the way: Tony Stark's panic attacks were due to PTSD caused by the events at the end of the "Avengers"-film, and NOT by his worrying about Pepper.
    Just saying. I don't think they could have spelled that out more clearly than they did.
  • NixWolf
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    Iron Patriot is actually Harry Osborn, the Green Goblin.

    I'm surpirsed they didn't adress this.
  • The Pope
    No Doug Walker review?

    Dammit, those are all I care about.
  • Nate_The_Nerd
    I was disappointed with the movie, too, but for different reasons. Here, read my review: http://www.examiner.com/ review/iron-man-is- getting-rusty
  • buzzrock1
    So yeah, I pretty much disagree with every point you made on this movie. I mean the guy makes one stupid decision at the beginning of the movie and you really couldn't get over it for the rest of the movie? Wow. That's like Spoony levels of being overly critical.

    I think this movie was fantastic, and here's my answer to some of your points.

    It wasn't stupidity that led him to tell the Mandarin his address. It was overconfidence. I mean, at that point in the movie, the Mandarin wasn't that much of a threat. I mean all he'd done was blow up a few isolated spots. Tony Stark meanwhile has a fucking arsenal of super high-tech weaponry in his house. He didn't know about the volcano people at that point.

    The anxiety attacks weren't pointless. They were character development. I'd think you would appreciate that.

    Tony Stark doesn't suck as a hero. He saved Pepper when his house got attacked, throwing his armor on her until she could get out knowing full well that debris could crush him at any point. He saved the kid from the volcano people. He saved Rhodey from the bad guys. He saved the group of people that were falling out of Air Force One, and while it was Rhodes who actually saved the President, he couldn't have done it without Tony's help.

    Tony did go through an arc in this movie. The first part of the movie, he's obsessing over building new Iron Man suits and having anxiety attacks (that again weren't pointless) because he's afraid. He's seen how many powerful enemies there are in the universe and he knows that he's just a normal man in a suit. And through the course of the movie he he loses his suites and has to rely on his smarts to save him. The arc of the movie was him figuring out that he doesn't need the armor as a crutch. He is Iron Man
  • NMZeroX
    Some other notes to add:
    1. Iron Man Suit falls apart like Mr. Potato Head.
    2. WHO THE FUCK GIVES A HOSTAGE SUPER POWERS! Seriously?! Why?! Oh let's just make her just as indestructible as all my other henchmen, this won't back fire at all...
    3. The writers seem to have NO IDEA how PTSD works. PTSD comes from a traumatic experience, that ya know...ISNT EXPERIENCED WILLINGLY. Tony knew he might die...So...Not dying gives him PTSD?
    4. Just watch as writers desperately try to make the biggest plot hole in the Avengers an important plot point.
    5. Pretty much everyone seems more bad ass than Tony in this movie. Seriously even the kid has a moment where he's more bad ass than Tony.
  • Redblackdragon
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    I don't think it was straight PTSD, because New York wasn't all that traumatic for Tony, or much more so than any other piece of deadly conflict superheroes can psychologically shrug off.

    It makes more sense as a result of insecurity over the fact that he's been shown that there are huge forces in the world that he can't explain with his science-genius, and that he can't deal with on his own, which is hard for someone who's been on top of the world his entire life and developed a massive superiority complex.
  • richtv
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    Yeah you totally missed the point of those panic attacks. I might agree they didn't resolve them but the attacks were related to what happened in Avengers and made perfect sense. I agree about the address thing.
  • Raxyn  - I knew it
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    I had a feeling this movie was going to be pretty bad, and Bum has proven that to me. I loved the first one, the second one was...bad and now I can save some money to see Gatsby. :)
  • BarrelSax4526  - The movie was "meh" at best to just BAD!!
    Okay, this is going to be my longest "comment/rant" on this site ever. This movie is not a great movie or even good. Please someone tell me why this movie has made and will continue to make a shit load of money. There may be some MINOR SPOILERS, so I'm warning readers now. I'll be as fair as I think I can be by saying what I enjoyed about this film:
    1. I liked the opening song to timestamp where this film began.
    2. The past look of Happy Hogan
    3. The cameo by Yen Sid
    4. The Jarvis focus
    5. The experimental dance Tony does in the beginning to try out his armor(That is the magic that John Favereau used to get me with, but I know Favereau is not in the director's chair)
    6. The aerial stunt done out of AirForce One
    7. The giant stuffed animal Tony gives Pepper
    8. Pepper does not act like a damsel in distress.
    9. Pepper Potts abs!! Good grief that woman is toned.
    10. The attack on Tony's house
    11. The banter between Happy and Pepper
    12. Downton Abbey promotion by Happy!
    13. Tony's thank you gift to Harley (the Kid)
    14. The tender scene between Tony and Pepper with the necklace
    15. The challenge scene made by Tony to the Mandarin
    16. That John Favereau was nice enough to lend his acting talents to a so-so production.
    Now, the aspects of the movie I did not like:
    1. WHERE THE HECK IS MY AC/DC??!!!
    2. REALLY?! After everything Tony has seen and done in his life the aspect that gives him Anxiety and/or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is dying after going through the interdimensional hole?! Not the huge ass alien monster you faced down, or taking on Thor's Mjolnir?! Hell, having your race car sliced in half could do it too, but NOOO, a near-death experience?! Tony if you're that scared do what a lot of people do and drink it off!
    3. After showing us all that characterization between Rhodey and Pepper in the previous movies, why are the BEST FRIEND and GIRLFRIEND the characters that get so little interaction with in what might be the last RDJ focus Iron Man movie, the actor deserves a rest!
    4. Guy Pearce, stop trying to act like Jim Carey, his Edward Nigma impression did not do anything for me in Batman Forever, and yours did not either. Jim Carey is not the performer you want to base any kind of comedy on.
    5. Stop trying to overload me with half-assed, one-lining comedy, when it is very clearly juxtapositioned with some very serious events, John Favereau had the BEST balance ever! Shane Black this is not Lethal Weapon 5, or Miami Vice, or Die Hard, so cut down with the excessiveness!
    6. Tony you've gotten your ass kicked by so many villains out of your suit, why doesn't your home have the most sophisticated security system next to SHIELD?! Remember the device that immobilized your ass in Iron Man, used by Jeff Bridges, HAVE ONE OF THOSE ON YOU AT ALL TIMES?!!
  • BarrelSax4526  - The movie was "meh" at best to just BAD! - Cont.
    7. Secret service, do your job, and don't allow any masked man to enter Air Force One, without verfication!
    8. What was the plot point that mandated Tony to go to Tennessee and get the shit beat out of him, and being helped out by his Little Short Round, the child actor was tolerable, at best, people!!?
    9. What were the actual weaknesses to these flaming baddies? Cuz, it seemed to me that they got back up whenever the plot needed them after a small walk.
    10. The villain did not invest me at all, you knew from the first trailer he'd be a villain, a more "EVIL" Justin Hammer, I could at least chuckle at Hammer.
    11. The Iron Man suits are made out of tin foil now?! The suit that stood up to Thor's Mjolnir, gets taken out by so many peon baddies and a f-ing MAC Semi Truck?!
    12. Did the PTSD/Anxiety element just go away because some little kid told Tony Stark to build something/ or in my head grow a pair of balls? Tony's been building shit this entire time and his magical PTSD did not go away! So thank goodness for this child that had the attitude to tell Tony to man the heck up!
    13. From beginning to end, I did not see the arc progression of Tony's character in this movie, Tony's a lovable dick to everyone, did the man ever apologize to Maya or Killian, nope, because it was not him damn fault they were psychiotic!!
    14. Speaking of ARC, so Tony could of removed that shapnel whenever, but did not consider it when the device was killing him in movie 2? And I thought the Arc reactor was a power system for his suit, I know Rhodey does not need one, but Tony could have an internal back-up reactor! The arc reactor was not the problem in this movie, don't take it out.
    15. What purpose besides traitorous skank did Maya really play?!
    16. Fire-breathing Killian, really people, that says, I'm an evil bad-ass, do we remember the shit that was Super Mario Bros. the movie, Dragonball Evolution, and Last Airbender? That scene was the definition of cheese, and not the tasty kind (the scene was horrendous).
    17. Ben Kingsley villainous voice did not do anything to me, it felt like Bane all over.
    18. The end credit scene is forgettable.
    19. Female Iron Man fans, is the only way a woman can escape the flimsy damsel in distress syndrome, by conveniently gaining super powers, not by their wit or ingenuity?
    20. People, the reason why Tony should not blow up all his suits is because he now realizes there are huge intergalactic baddies in the universe that does want a piece of the Earth for themselves, it was a sweet scene, but really, really, stupid, just because you take away your weapons does not mean your enemy will abandon them.
  • xmasla  - well yes
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    the panic attacks were due to the post tramatic stress after avengers, and him inviting the terrorist to his house without being ready at all times, was his fault,he was paranoid about pepper becuase... but the Iron man suit that comes easily on and that he can control from a distance(though it comes apart as easily as it joins together) was because he began to feel like he was the suit. kinda like a split personality thing. so wanted to be able to be iron man whenever he wanted.
    but you make a fair argument.
    p.s. I think the end would have been cool if beat the guy with a heat proof suit which he probably has, or his normal suit.
    P.s.s. it is shane black directing it.
  • XSpectreGreyX
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    He didn't say it wasn't Shane Black.
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