Excerpt: For many "Iron Man 2" (2010) was somewhat of a disappointment considering the awesomeness of " Iron Man " (2008), the story felt muddled and misguided. It certainly made a ton of money, but the general consensus was that it wasn't nearly as good (the first film scored 93% on Rottentomatoes, the...
Conclusion: Iron Man 3 is a fantastic film that’s full of humor, action, and smart character development that really builds on the previous Iron Man movies. The Blu-ray is almost as good as the movie, as it has flawless video and audio quality, but it drops the ball on the special features.
Excerpt: A more personal Tony Stark emerges from the wreckage of New York in Iron Man 3 , anxious and reeling from the spectacle of multi-dimensional beings vanquished in The Avengers ( 3D Blu-ray review ).
Excerpt: I have been enjoying the Marvel movies for some years now. It is nice to see some quality products (in terms of production values) reaching the market. I can barely believe that Iron Man has made it to its third movie. Quite a few things change, and quite a few things are different.
Conclusion: Thanks to a series of smart and subversive choices by the filmmakers, 'Iron Man 3' is a character-based thriller that harkens back to the 90s action movies where co-writer/director Shane Black came of age.
Excerpt: It’s easy to forget how important it was for 2008’s Iron Man to be great. After all, the film was only asked to A) properly introduce a B-list comic hero to the movie-going masses and B) successfully kick off what turned out to be Phase One of Marvel’s March Toward Global Domination Cinematic...
Conclusion: Iron Man is Marvel's most popular active, solo franchise and Iron Man 3 may be the series' most fun installment to date. This highly entertaining threqueel makes you not ready to say goodbye to Robert Downey Jr. in this role or to even settle for him as the most colorful Avenger.
Conclusion: Thanks to a series of smart and subversive choices by the filmmakers, 'Iron Man 3' is a character-based thriller that harkens back to the 90s action movies where co-writer/director Shane Black came of age. Not only is it a fun blockbuster, but the picture and audio are outstanding.
Conclusion: You gotta hand it to Robert Downey Jr. The man owns the Marvel Cinematic Universe at this point, and it's hard to imagine it without him. Still, Tony Stark will live on with or without the snarktastic funnyman, and if Iron Man 3 is any indication, there's plenty of room for more films, more stories,...
Excerpt: The Marvel Universe is expanding. What began (in modern days) with X-Men has now branched out to include just about every mainstream character and others that some have never heard of. Why? Money.