Summary: Iron man is back to kick some ass.iron man 2. is the worst movie of 2010.the visual effect are good and the action in some parts of the film are mind blowing but the movie has 6 mins of actin now that sucks.
Excerpt: The power source in Tony Stark's chest is slowly killing him and when his behaviour becomes more and more erratic, the military insist on his sharing the technology. Meanwhile the son of Howard Stark's original partner appears on the scene wanting vengence for his father's death in obscurity. Iron Man 2 delivers everything you'd expect from a summer blockbuster; flashy visuals, humour, big name guest stars and spectacular set pieces.
Excerpt: Sequels are a tricky business. The creators need to stay somewhat near the original formula to keep fans interested; they also have to provide new twists and turns to keep things from becoming boring or repetitious. Given the popularity shown for the original Iron Man and the initial buzz for it’s sequel, Iron Man is destined to become a franchise film much like Star Trek, Superman, Star Wars, and Batman et al (sssshhh! – IM3 is already in development).
Summary: I LOVED Iron Man 2 in theaters, and HAD to buy the blue ray as soon as it came out! The Jarvis extras are amazing, you get to go behind the scenes with the actors and watch stuff that was never in the movies, extras are great! commentary is funny as heck! You even get a sneak preview for the next Avengers movie! RDJ is amazing in this! and you really need to buy if you havent yet! MISSING OUT!
Summary: Is this film better or worse than the first film? hmmm in my opinion its worse than the first. The acting is still good, but the plot is boring, and was finished to early. The ending was also a major let down. So compared to the first Iron Man film this is nowere near as good, but if you like superhero film and i mean alot then you may like this film but in my opinion it is not that good.
Summary: Having two villains derails the focus of this flick a bit, but the action is still big and brutal and the charismatic Robert Downey Jr. is never better. Mickey Rourke is kind of disappointing with bad hair and an equally bad accent, but Sam Rockwell manages to shine as the appropriately wormy and gutless Justin Hammer.
Summary: I guess its my own fault for expecting too much out of this film, but I'm afraid that I expected too much and received so little. With cast members such as Sam Rockwell and Mickey Rourke joining the franchise, I was excited, possibly too over-hyped, that a level of genuous capabilities would be offered, an emotionally complex story woven together such as "Batman Begins" or "Dark Knight." Alas, I was wrong.