Returning to America, he wonders how the bad guys got hold of his company's products and vows to set things right with the help of a rebuilt, stylish new iteration of the powered exoskeleton that made his escape possible. Before the credits rolled, the acting in Iron Man was good, the special effects were great and both the protagonist and antagonist were interesting to watch and entertaining. There's a lot of development into the writing and made relate to the comics. Tony ends the movie as a totally different person. The film has tow sequels Iron Man 2 and Iron Man Three not a big fan of those two movies but I enjoy the third film the second one I don't. This film is straight from the comic books they didn't change anything new about the film, maybe the names I am not a comic book fan of Iron Man. He is even listed here as playing the character of Nick Fury.
One slight quibble - Gwenneth Paltrow is extremely appealing in her role, but she doesn't quite manage the screaming damsel in distress parts. Aesthetic I touched on this a little above, but this is a terrific figure in terms of looks. This is what you get when you mix great acting talent with outstanding material. However, this sequel still offers the action, thrills, and positive messages that make Iron Man a great franchise. They all have non-plastic, cloth costuming.
He has also created ProMovieBlogger. Not awful or anything, but weird. But if there's any one thing that makes Iron Man more than just a run-of-the-mill superhero film, it's Downey Jr. Everything they do is preposterous, of course, but they seem to be doing it, not the suits. This does mean there is a lot of filler but even then they have somehow made the filler interesting and make me not want to take my eyes of the movie in case I missed something important. Expect lots of big booms, guns, and explosions. The complaints about the film having no character development are also pretty unwarranted.
I didn't even know that a human occupied it, and halfway thought that the Downey character's brain had been transplanted into a robot, or a fate equally weird. He's clearly not perfect as he is the guy we think is awesome but don't necessarily want to be. At the same time, the story doesn't add up to a whole lot and thanks almost exclusively to the script it's tough to know sometimes where Stark's glibness ends and his substance begins. If he hadn't desired that, he probably wouldn't have hired Downey. Stark almost dies in the assault. Yes, their products are amazing.
Iron Man drinks throughout the movie, is sometimes drunk and then shoots things up at a party with scantilly clad women and there are no negative consequences to his drinking and becoming violent. So the movie doesn't feel as bloated as some other superhero flicks. Much like Batman, we have a hero here that needs help in fighting crime. This means you can raise the clamp using a small screwdriver and make it look like Iron Man is flying! This long build-up to explain how he becomes Iron Man is arguably the best part of the film. Downey's Stark is glib and even obnoxious at times but he never loses his likability and grows in to something more.
I never got that with Terrence Howard so to have a change is really nice. What I even found to more intriguing is Stark's entire time building his suit, both in the Afghan cave and in his garage because it is amazing to see his genius at work, while still being snarky and basically a tool. So we can recreate one of our favorite scenes! The metal pieces are delicate and I feel certain would snap if pushed too far. Much of that feeling is created by the chemistry involving Downey, Paltrow and Bridges. Gwyneth Paltrow plays Pepper Potts as a woman who is seriously concerned that this goofball will kill himself. The pacing starts off very well, not really rushing into him being Iron Man, establishing his character very well before his abilities.
And Jeff Bridges, in a rare villainous role, got to personify that greed and wrestle for absolute power just like the trailer already suggested. Kids,teenagers will enjoy this movie of course. So does it match up to expectations? Although I had not seen the movie myself, I was able to make an educated argument against it based on the concerns you outlined. I assume if he doesn't know what the word is he just takes the tone of the sentence for what it is, and doesn't bother even asking what he just heard. The first four are so great the escape from the cave and a sequence involving an Afghan village that the last one - the big finale - disappoints a little bit. He also creates war weapons, when he goes to Afghanastan to introduce a new missile, he is captured and told to create the missile for the terrorists. Not only that but someone wants revenge on the Stark family all because of something that his dad had done to someone else.
I am not a fan of Iron Man or Marvel in general, but have read some good Iron Man comics in the past, and this film so wonderfully captures the nature of a superhero comic. He appears to mourn, very belatedly, the death of his father, whom he never got to say goodbye to. After browsing, it's been offered that his cameo was probably just removed for the early screenings. The standard-issue moral dilemmas are handled well, without the stifling seriousness and heavy-handedness which sometimes let down the Nolan Batman films. What absolutely blew me away were the phenomenal special effects. Don't see this film if you have a brain because it'll explode. As Iron Man, Stark takes out dozens of bad guys via guns, missiles, flamethrowers and sheer brute force.
But I am glad to admit that I misjudged the movie completely. So I just thought to briefly clarify that this is no anti-Islamic or anti-anything except, well okay, anti-weaponry movie. How from an selfish, arrogant prick turns in to a good heart person who want to do the right thing to protect innocent and destroy the weapons his designed that fall in to terrorists hands. Pinning is welcomed and appreciated! And if he can't buy it, he can make it. Iron Man emphasizes loyalty, restitution and the responsible use of power by individuals and nations. I can say that because I'm right there with him.