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The foe is Mickey Rourke’s Ivan Vanko, introduced properly in a staggering action sequence set at Historic Grand Prix of Monaco. Director Jon Favreau stages this superbly, and Iron Man 2 manages to pack plenty into its opening 40 minutes as a result.
The foot does go off the gas, though, in the middle part of the film, when Iron Man 2 does get bogged down by a few too many characters and plot points. But there’s regularly something to keep the attention up, before all bets are off for the entertaining finale.
Iron Man 2 may not be a perfect sequel, but it’s certainly a good one. And it’s a thorough and rigorous home cinema workout, too. Boasting spectacular visuals and a thunderous surround sound mix, the Blu-ray edition of the film is a thrilling ride, and the best way to enjoy an already-worthwhile movie. --Jon Foster --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Yes, the original ‘Iron Man’ movie was Marvel’s ‘surprise hit.’ They were probably going to do a sequel anyway, but I’ll bet they never thought they’d be pushing so heavily towards... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Albatross
great copy and obviously great movie, as all Marvel movies are :-) Love themPublished 6 days ago by Anna
The weakest of the three Iron Man movies is still a cracking film: enough action, humour, gadgets, and Iron Man ass-kickings to keep any man-child happy.Published 16 days ago by Andrew Dutton
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