Iron Man

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Suit up for action with Robert Downey Jr. in the ultimate adventure movie you’ve been waiting for, Iron Man! When jet-setting genius-industrialist Tony Stark is captured in enemy territory, he builds a high-tech suit of armor to escape. Now, he’s on a mission to save the world as a hero who’s built, not born, to be unlike any other. Co-starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Terrence Howard and Jeff Bridges, it’s a fantastic, high-flying journey that is “hugely entertaining” (Joe… More >>

Iron Man

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  1. When the filmmakers used excerpts from the 1970 Black Sabbath song of the same name, they left out Ozzy Osbourne’s vocals for a very good reason. Specifically, the Iron Man in Marvel’s comic books and the Iron Man described in the Sabbath song are two fundamentally different characters in two stories that could not get any more different from each other if they tried. Hence, quoting Black Sabbath in your review does not make you look clever. It makes you look ignorant of the content of one or the other iteration of Iron Man.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. I find this movie boring… But I love the cinematography… I just find it quit impossible to make an invention and make your self as the sample… Hoping I can be as rich and as famous and brilliant as the person behind Iron Man…
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Beware this version of the disc will not play on the majority of Sony or Samsung BluRay systems. Paramount issued a recall of all discs recently, with a replacement due out soon.

    No word from Amazon about this.

    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. Literally one of the worst Movies I have seen. Glad Robert is sober.

    He was a better actor when he was on drugs. Two thumbs way down.

    The popularity of this movie shows how boring America really is.

    You all suck for making this the top grossing movie of all time.

    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. I have to admit, I fell for all the hype that this was going to be a enjoyable film. The reason I pay close to$10.00 to watch a film on the big screen is to be entertained, to get some emotional pleasure! One of the problems with Iron Man is that it’s geared towards the mind of a child/young teen without any charm. It’s so incredibly predictable, a sort of comic-book-story-formula-film. A very clever way for Hollywood to make a quick buck at the expense of an interesting (on some level) story. I’m tired of the meanie terrorist villains. I’m tired of the totally clueless good guy(s). I’m tired of the evil mentor! This story has absolutely zero imagination. It’s at the intelligence level of a second-rate, Saturday morning cartoon!

    It’s also about the crudest form of exploitation for financial profit imaginable! The really bad guys have always got to be Arabs, or look like Arabs. They kill innocent civilians for no reason. They hide in caves, like the hated Japanese soldiers did in World War 2. But only a rich and powerful U.S. weapons inventor & dealer can come to the rescue! Wow! What a message that sends to weapon makers of the world! Who would ever of guessed that deep, down, inside, one of the Merchant’s of Death literally has a heart of gold (or palladium, in this case)!

    Afghanistan is currently an extremely troubled country even though it has a very rich cultural tradition. It’s a shame it was dumbed down in Iron Man to helpless civilians, brutal warlords, an impotent and clueless U.S. military and one white man who had a very unconvincing conversion experience. If Hollywood is going to bring politics and current events into a comic book story then they need act more like mature adults, instead of soulless moneygrubers trying to make a quick buck off of the horrific suffering of people in some distant land. Afghanistan is not some make believe place! It’s a place where real people, including brave Americans, and many others from around the world, are risking their lives everyday!

    I hope Hollywood stops treating the moviegoers of the world like a bunch of idiots. And, while I’m at it, it would be nice if some of the many millions of dollars Hollywood is going to make from Iron Man is donated to various third-party, non-profit organizations working on reconstructing Afghanistan’s civilian infrastructure! They certainly could use the money!

    For those who think selling weapons is funny see: Merchant of Death: Money, Guns, Planes, and the Man Who Makes War Possible, Lord of War (2-Disc Special Edition), The Ugly American and most importantly: Committing to Afghanistan: the case for increasing U.S. reconstruction and stabilization aid.: An article from: Military Review

    For a MUCH more entertaining approach to Science Fiction see:Zardoz and Enemy Mine and Fantastic Planet and A.I. – Artificial Intelligence (Widescreen Two-Disc Special Edition) and Bicentennial Man and Galaxy Quest (Deluxe Edition)
    Rating: 1 / 5

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