It was a bit of humor, romance and lots of action packed scenes. America needs a hero, if not many unbeatable heroes! Entertaining and worth going for movie, especially for kids, teenagers and those who love comics!
Jon Favreau’s first two Iron Man films were more or less mixed bags for me. While I thought the first movie lacked ambition and did not take any risks, the screenplay and the direction was steady and was able to capitalize on its strengths rather than its weaknesses. It made the comic books come alive even in a rather underwhelming manner. The second movie proved to be a mere launch pad for the upcoming “Avengers” movie during that time. The first sequel was louder and proved to … more
The promotion about Iron Man 3 was all over town way before the movie hits the theater. It's been long since I looked forward to a new movie, not even for Oblivion which I watched last week. That didn't motivate me to write a review about it as I believed someone on Lunch will surely do so. Oblivion was more of an anti-climax kind of movie for me, despite it was starring Tom Cruise! To give it justice, I did feel it had a good start with a forward looking mystery to solve. But, somewhere … more
The Iron Man Trilogy has always been enjoyable to me, even though it's formulaic in every way. The character depth is never really there and when it tries for it the results are pretty damn terrible. Case in point, Iron Man 2 is one of the more forgettable super hero movies to come out within the past ten years or so without actually being a bad movie. And when Iron Man 2 did debut... it was more about making sure you knew The Avengers was coming as opposed to actually continuing … more