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Iron Man 3 2013

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(899) IMDb 7.3/10
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Marvel Studios unleashes the must-own, best Iron Man adventure yet.

Robert Downey Jr.,Gwyneth Paltrow
2 hours, 10 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Action & Adventure
Director Shane Black
Starring Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow
Studio Walt Disney Pictures
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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4.4 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on 5 May 2013
Format: DVD
The first 25 minutes of the film sets it up for the action. We return to 1999 when Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) ignores Aldrich Killian (Guy Pearce) a young genius in order to spend time with a conquest (Rebecca Hall). Years later a terrorist called Mandarin (Ben Kinsley) appears on TV. Meanwhile Tony is working on a device to call his suit to him. Stark comes under attack as the subplots collide.

On the scale of films I rate this above the second Iron Man feature, but below the first one and of course "The Avengers" which raised the bar.

In this movie there are references to the Avengers, or "super friends" and the worm hole, but they don't play a role. There were lines in this film written for us older guys such as "You like that West World" something even the hip youngsters might miss. Iron Man is aided by Don Cheadle and a kid from Tennessee (Ty Simpkins). I was also glad to see Gwyneth Paltrow's role expanded.

A good one to see on the big screen and a must addition to an Avengers collection.

Parental Guide: No f-bombs, sex, or nudity.
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There are some actors simply born to play a particular role: one thinks of Harrison Ford's Han Solo, Christopher Reeves in the original Superman movie, Will Ferrell's Ron Burgundy.

Add to that list Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark/Iron Man. Superhero fans knew they'd stumbled upon something special when Downey first appeared as ol' Shell Head back in 2008, but back then there was a certain Christopher Nolan superhero trilogy at the top of its game, and Iron Man spent that summer playing second fiddle.

Five years later, and with the massive success of Avengers Assemble prompting fans to give Iron Man (and its limp sequel) a fresh viewing, Iron Man 3 finds Downey on top of his game in the role of the smooth-talking, fast-living Stark.

Except, of course, that Tony is not so fast and smooth this time round, having been knocked off his stride by the shocking experiences of The Battle of New York in Avengers. As Tony himself surmises: "gods, aliens? I'm just a man in a can"

It is this originality in character development that provides much of the bristle and bounce to IM3. Tony's humanity, limitations and vulnerability become the focus of the story, as he considers what matters most to him in life and what it really means for him to be "Iron Man". His soul-searching is entirely believable and at times touching, particularly in scenes with Gwyneth Paltrow's Pepper Pots. Impressive stuff for a comic book flick.

But fans of the fast talk and ferocious action needn't fear: it's still here in abundance, and IM3 is no less a joy ride than was Avengers Assemble or the original Iron Man film (the less said about IM2, the better). Bringing the threat in outing no.
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This movie had some new ideas which were interesting but also brought the movie down.

1. After fighting Thor and those giant alien things in the 1st Avengers, his suit in this shouldn't have smashed to pieces when hit by a truck. It was kinda funny but also stupid. I believe in the comics he's called the invincible Iron Man, but in this movie he is completely destructible.

2. Ben Kingsley plays the villain extremely well and it's funny to hear him with a British accent, but unfortunately it was also annoying to find out he was only hired by Guy Pierce' character (I don't remember his name) to pretend to be the enemy. Kingsley was better than Pierce which is partly why the twist was very sad.

3. In the trailer you got to see a load of Iron Man suits which were helping Tony remotely, but they appear only at the end and get destroyed right after. A pretty big waste of time building them in the first place then.

4. Tony gives the villain his home address and then is surprised when the hunchmen show up and destroy it. Apparently Tony doesn't have good enough security to prevent this. Sure it made for a really cool action sequence but it was still very stupid.

This for me is one of the weakest in the Marvel series so far. I'm guessing a few others picked up on what I did, and I wanted to really like this movie, but instead it turned out to be one of those movies which I only watch to keep being filled in with overall character/story arc progress. I may not be a fan of the Tony Stark or Iron Man character but that's not the point. I was told this movie is better than the Avengers.........all I can say is it could have been.
Iron Man 1 is still better.
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Format: DVD
I think this is the best "Iron Man" until now! I liked it and, even more important (and quite incredible in fact), my wife liked it even MORE! Below you will find more of my impressions. This review in principle is FREE OF SPOILERS.

"Iron Man 3" is a merry, cheerful adventure, very fast paced, with excellent fighting scenes, but mostly relying on humor and excellent dialogs, full of typicall Tony Stark's jokes, half acid, half bitter but always pretty funny. Quite obviously this film has for only ambition to entertain us - and it succeeds in doing just that.

The story is mostly about Tony's past coming back to kick him in the butt with the maximum speed and strength, forcing him to visit places even more exotic than the wormhole in "Avengers", like deep ocean and rural Tennessee - and no more will be said. There are some darker moments, but general mood of this film is light - this is an amusement ride, not the voyage to the heart of the darkness.

Robert Downey Jr offers here to his public a spotless, brilliant performance, even better than in previous parts and "Avengers" - and honestly, I think here he is even better (funnier) than in his "Sherlock Holmes" franchise.

Gwyneth Paltrow is a very, very beautiful woman - but in this film she is much more than that. She is HOT, she is smoking hot, she is burning hot, she is lava hot, she literally bursts in flames so hot she is, in fact she is so hot that by moments she outshines the principal hero...))) No, for real, it is not an exaggeration - I will even hasard an opinion that in this film she reaches the degree of hotness never before attained by any other Hollywood actress...)))

Guy Pearce does well in this film.
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