Iron Man 3 (Two-Disc Blu-ray / DVD + Digital Copy)

Tony Stark/Iron Man
Eccentric genius, billionaire, philanthropist Tony Stark is the armored super-hero known as Iron Man. Decompressing from his heroic, near-self-sacrificial action as iron Man that saved New York City from annihilation, Tony finds himself unable to sleep and plagued by worry and trepidation. When his world is destroyed and those closest to him threatened, Tony must find a way to save them and in the process find him again.

Pepper Potts
Pepper has progressed from Tony Stark’s assistant to the head of Stark Industries, pausing along the way to fall in love with Tony as well. Bright, loyal and honest, Pepper understands Tony Stark more than anyone and sometimes that can be both a worrisome and dangerous thing.

Colonel James “Rhodey” Rhodes / Iron Patriot
Rhodey is the Liaison between Stark Industries and the U.S. Air Force. He is one of Tony Stark’s few trusted friends and most of the time has the patience to deal with the impulsive genius. Rhodey has a new suit of War Machine armor in a red, silver, and blue patriotic design. When suited up, Rhodey becomes Iron Patriot.

The Mandarin
Mandarin is the sinister head of the terrorist organization known as The Ten Rings, from which all the actors of extreme terrorism plaguing the world appear to emanate. Although he is reclusive, Mandarin wields great power and makes his presence known by striking fear in the government and the populace through his brazen plans of attack.

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  1. A Rousing Movie; Different from What I Expected Let me start by saying that I can understand why there are a lot of split opinions about IRON MAN 3. It’s a film full of misdirection and deceptions, and I was a little distressed by a couple of them – which would give away too much to detail here. Suffice it to say that there were a couple of moments I felt somewhat cheated; and though I’ll be vague about it I can say it involved Mandarin. Still, read on; while I gave the movie four stars, I believe down the road I might very well revise this to a five. I’ll explain…First of all, rest assured there is A LOT of action. And there are a lot of the Iron Suits, too…it’s just that Tony Stark isn’t often the one IN the suit. I found myself often frustrated by that fact: Iron Man interruptus, if you will. Either the suits were off on their own, or they were on other people, or they weren’t working properly…something that seemed to occur almost constantly.I saw it in Imax 3D, and it was well worth the extra $$ to do so (given the fact that $17 is a RIDICULOUS price for a movie ticket in the first place). The movie was lush, packed with detail, and continuously drew me “inside” it. The scenes of (don’t panic about spoilers – these are in ALL the promos) Stark’s house exploding and falling into the sea are meticulously crafted and extremely inclusive…I really felt the dimensional layers as the house was blown apart: I could feel the force of the detonation, and house collapsing, and the impact of the sea as the house AND Iron Man tumbled into it. Similarly, the moments where his suit fly through the air and “find” him, or the death-defying scenes aboard (and outside) Air Force One, and so many others throughout the film really do feel like you’re there.When it comes to the action you’d expect from a movie such as this, IRON MAN 3 is a rollicking, smash-mouth treat. Director Shane Black – whose only previous directorial role was on (which ironically served as Robert Downey, Jr.’s comeback film) – does a more-than-capable job, and the characters and events are big and loud. You’ll feel like you are on a roller-coaster; while there are of course moments of crazy adrenaline rushes, there are also emotional ups and down. But Tony Stark is just as glib as always, causing almost as much damage with his mouth as he does as with his armor. I laughed a lot during the movie … for those who care, Tony’s mechanical manservant JARVIS (the voice of Paul Bettany) gets a good deal of air play here, and he’s just as lovably bumbling as always.Yet – and remember my dichotomy about this – the movie really focuses on Tony Stark OUTSIDE the suit. I wish the promos had clued me into this: our man Tony is experiencing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder because of what happened in . Had I been informed of that I wouldn’t have felt slighted, and I think it would have better prepared me for this movie. I found myself constantly disappointed, even cheated, by the absence of Tony WITHIN the suit. I realize now that was the only way I felt Iron man was indeed Iron Man. Yet I will declare that now, looking back, I feel good about the movie, and I’m glad to have seen Tony as a more “real” person, as a more human man, a man undergoing a metamorphosis.There are other things about this movie that surprised me – and I’m sure will surprise you – that I will NOT tell you. Just realize that while this is a very action-packed movie, it is also a personal one. It’s this kind of writing that has typified the action movies of today, making them stand out above their “super-hero” predecessors. Like the movies of Chris Nolan, these new, and better, powerhouse films are focusing on their heroes’ moments of personal growth, warts and all. It’s a trend I’m really happy to see.(A NOTE: if you feel negatively about my review, please leave a comment to help me next time.)

  2. My little review on Iron Man 3 Source: […]One thing for sure, the movie does address the question “does the man make the suit or does the suit make the man”. For Marvel comic fan, especially an Iron Man lover, then you’ll immediately find out that it went off the track quite a lot when you’re expecting a lot of similarity to the Extremis. If you really enjoy the first two movies, you might find this one to be less satisfying in some ways.Let’s talk about hero personality exploration, this department feels a little bit empty here. Somehow, we have to figure out the thoughts inside Tony’s mind and the things that trouble him the most ourselves. Seeing how the relationship between Tony and Pepper has grown though is really nice and very reassuringly comforting. Did we create our own demon or make our own enemies? Perhaps so, as the man before the birth of his armour constantly spread the seed of jealousy and metaphorically created a sea full of green-eyed monsters. Watching these “demons” taking revenge on the world around Tony and Tony himself is strangely familiar enough so to speak. There’s nothing to be worried about actually as Tony always have some tricks up his sleeves.Are you expecting S.H.I.E.L.D. to be somehow involved? Is anyone missing Director Fury? “Nothing feels the same since (our ever order obeying Agent Coulson left us), you experience things…” No one is trying to be nostalgic here but his part did bring some extra hint of flavour to the live action film of Marvel comic. The product of Extremis seems horrible and freaky. They’re surely a little bit too overpowered and look almost impossible for Tony himself to take down all of them. Somehow, they feel too mighty to be real but Iron Man is part of Marvel and they’re about superheroes and fantasy. No matter where your imagination might lead you, they’re all within reason for this genre of film. So, if you like things to be more realistic, then this won’t be quite your cup of tea. Twist or no twist, as the plot is building up towards the climax, it certainly leaves more to be desired.Our man of the show, Robert’s performance is sometimes over-the-top but he still stay true to what Tony is supposed to be: narcissistic, confident and on top of all, being stylish and cool. Remember what Captain Rogers said about Tony is “all about style” in The Avengers. He truly lives up to that.Guy Pearce and Rebecca Hall’s role aren’t really well developed but should be suffice for the not-so-character focus in this time around. They’re convincing enough but there are rooms for improvement. So if you just want a charismatic lead actor, you have it. He’s there and he’s never been better.The dialogue for most of the parts is well considered but you may find certain portion to be clich├ęd. They’re funny and possibly way too funny at times. There are some moments where you think you might actually be watching a comedy. The movie is full of action so you action junkie out there won’t be disappointed. Well, even the lead actress has a few moves of her own, you should get the idea.This theatrical cut is definitely gratifying to the eyes and the ears. Videophile & audiophile alike will be pleased. The movie almost feels three dimensional for most of the time even when you’re watching it on just Digital 2D. I remember there’s this scene at Tony’s mansion, the front props are almost popping out of the screen which is to say, amazing. The depth and focus are excellent. The low lighting portion of the movie is surprisingly detail, defined and not too grainy at all. Choose a good seat at the cinema and get ready to be immersed into the world of Tony Stark. For audio, the surround activity is as what you’ll be expecting from a superhero-action movie. The musical soundtrack is very engaging too thanks to Brian Tyler’s excellent arrangement. All in all, it’s a reference grade video presentation. Audio is well engineered so it’s easy on the ears and they shouldn’t be fatigue over time.Okay, here’s a note of warning, this is not a G-rated movie so parental guidance is highly advisable for audiences below the age of 13. The mix of action violence and some mild adult theme in it do stir things up a bit so just be aware of that. If you’re anyhow in some sort of hurry, do yourself a favour and leave when the credit rolls. There isn’t much uncovering in the post credit scene and its Blu-ray is going to be out soon so don’t worry.Generally speaking, Iron Man 1 and 2 were superb and this sequel is nonetheless good. So think of it as the Nolan’s Batman Trilogy, Batman Begins was a stepping stone to the splendid peak of The Dark Knight then The Dark Knight Rises came and conclude the legend. Don’t let the downside of this sequel mark you down. Lower your expectation and you’ll have a good time enjoying this pre-Summer blockbuster of 2013. Just buckle up and be blown away by Tony’s new toys! Whether or not…

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