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Marvel's "Iron Man 3" pits brash-but-brilliant industrialist Tony Stark/Iron Man against an enemy whose reach knows no bounds. When Stark finds his personal world destroyed at his enemy's hands, he embarks on a harrowing quest to find those responsible. This journey, at every turn, will test his mettle. With his back against the wall, Stark is left to survive by his own devices, relying on his ingenuity and instincts to protect those closest to him. As he fights his way back, Stark discovers the answer to the question that has secretly haunted him: does the man make the suit or does the suit make the man? In Malibu California, Tony Stark has insomnia and over 72 hours he develops the new prototype MK42 of the Iron Man armature. He also recalls events in 1999, in Bern, Switzerland, when he had one night stand with the genetic scientist Maya Hansen that was researching a regenerative process and made fun of his fan Aldrich Killian on the New Year eve. There are explosions in Los Angeles and the terrorist Mandarin assumes the attempts broadcasting through television. When Tony's bodyguard and friend Happy Hogan is seriously wounded in an explosion, Tony Stark challenges Mandarin and gives his address to him. However, three helicopters attack his mansion and he loses everything but his prototype, and he awakes in the Tennessee. Tony tries to make work the defective prototype and soon he discovers that the event from 1999 is connected to the present terrorist attacks. What is wrong with IM3? For a start, Iron Man is hardly in it. Shane Black, who wrote Lethal Weapon, of which/who I am no great fan, directs this one, and maybe was pressured to have more Downey Jr face-time or maybe he just wanted to do another Lethal Weapon movie. Or doesn't know how to do a super-hero movie, because this isn't really one. The film is probably a little better and smarter than Lethal Weapon, and has better action and acting (good acting all round is what saves the movie) and a movie where Stark has to survive on his wits without his armour MIGHT have been cool - but ultimately this is an Iron Man movie, I want Iron Man thanks. I want an incredible flying tech-suit, not Tony Stark with a gun.

And when Iron Man is in it, Tony Stark is not in it. In the armour I mean. All the suits are remote controlled, or drones controlled by Jarvis, and that's boring. He's not in jeopardy if he's doing by remote in the back of a van somewhere, get it? And the slightly-tough-to- swallow idea that Iron Man can press a button and all his armour flies to him and wraps around him, seen in Avengers, is here taken to a newer, even less believable level. At the end he's falling from suit into suit and then that suit is chopped in half (by people with very hot hands - wait, I thought Thor's lightning barely scratched it - here the suits are shredded like paper) so he jumps into another suit that wraps around him... and it's all blurry like Transformers action sequences so you don't know what's going on. At one point it seems his leg is cut off, but apparently it wasn't, so like whatever.

Some plot holes/stupid stuff/spoilers -

Stark tells The Mandarin (Ben Kingsley out of Gandhi) his address on live TV, hoping he will attack him. He does with a bunch of helicopters shooting missiles and destroying Stark's home/base. This nearly kills everyone there, because Tony hasn't prepared for an attack at all. He could have had 30 Iron Men hidden around the nearby hills, underwater, whatever, and trapped/killed the attackers as they approached. He could've even called up SHIELD, seeing as this was national security, but SHIELD aren't in the movie. He could've made sure Pepper wasn't at home, but she nearly dies because he didn't think of planning any defence at all.

He is supposed to be the smartest guy in the room at any time. Rarely in the movie was he shown to be very smart... Waking up in Tennessee, his suit broken, he must survive upon his wits, befriending a kid and trying to fix his suit with a car battery. Was every suit put out of action when his home was attacked? If so he's an idiot for keeping them all there. He has a place in NY, remember? No suits there? He could get one to him in five minutes.

Big Spoiler! Mandarin isn't the Osama type terrorist mastermind we are led to believe, he's a silly, confused actor. What A Tweest! Ben Kinglsey makes it nearly work, but logically, would the real villainous mastermind entrust this role, integral to his taking over-the-presidency scheme to this clown? Unlikely.

To enable the Stark attack on the villain's lair to find the Mandarin, suddenly Stark is like Jason Bourne (or John 'Commando' Matrix, the 80's Scwharzenegger movie, actually referenced in the film - 'I'm gonna kill you first') and the outside guards are easily defeated. Yeah, sure.

But Stark is captured and chained to a bed, where he is brutally bummed by Guy Pearce. Not really. The villains, like they never do with James Bond, should shoot him in the head at this point, but of course do not.

I could go on. But I'm bored. I would mention that Pepper Potts is captured, and to goad Stark, instead of say, brutally bumming her, they inject her with the hot-fingers-explode-and-maybe-regenerate-super-serum. Which while painful, as we know, ends up giving you super-powers, so brilliant idea there.

The movie isn't dull. It's often funny (though some humour comes from a super-villain leaving a toilet smelly, and a very camp/gay man who has a crush on Tony ho ho not), but sometimes - often in fact - goes for funny when it would have been better to keep the action and suspense going.

As I've said, it's biggest flaw is that it barely has any scenes with Iron Man, Stark inside, flying, looking cool, kicking ass, blasting people, maybe a bit drunk. And with Stark/Downey, the clumsily handled 'post-traumatic stress disorder' idea (he saw aliens in New York and nearly died... could be interesting but it goes nowhere) means he is rarely the cocky, over-confident Mr Know-It-All that charmed people in the first movie. He is rarely even dressed well!

Oh and the bad guys can explode themselves and survive. At the end some are exploded, and the main baddie is hit with a bit of metal by Pepper Potts who has become a bit explode-y herself. And then I think she explodes him. It's a bit unclear as to who is dead and why they wouldn't be able to regenerate and perhaps a more imaginative way of defeating them could have been devised. It seems to come back to Shane Black, who like in Lethal Weapon, thinks all you need is an abandoned shipyard, a black guy with a gun and a white guy with a gun trading snappy one-liners and saying 'cover me!' and then everything exploding and there's your perfect ending.

My review - Boo! In this third movie of Iron Man, Tony Stark, played by Robert Downey Jr., is confronted with another random guy trying to avenge himself from the past mistake that Tony made. But this time, Tony is also confronted with his inner-self after the battle of New-York (the one you can see in Avengers). This might be the best of the three movies because in this one, you can see a Tony Stark in a weak position and not in the strong and self-confident way you are used to see him. Although some useless scene or some incomprehension about some character, the movie keep you in suspense the entire time. The movie has a interesting twist that you certainly don't expect. In the end, the movie is good but not the best superhero movie that I have ever seen. It’s undeniably entertaining – and worth seeing for Kingsley alone – with the misfires never fully overshadowing the moments of glory. Still suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following the events in The Avengers (2012) (2012), Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) deals with his insomnia by spending his sleepless nights designing new prototypes of the Mark-42 Iron Man suit. The suits come in handy when the mysterious Mandarin (Ben Kingsley), a villainous terrorist, steals TV broadcast time, threatens the United States as well as President Ellis (William Sadler), stages a devastating attack on the Chinese Theater in Los Angeles, and sends Tony's Malibu mansion tumbling into the ocean. When Tony and Colonel James Rhodes (Don Cheadle) finally track down the Mandarin, Tony discovers that an event from 1999 is also connected to the present terrorist attacks. . Iron Man 3 is the third movie in the Iron Man film series, preceded by Iron Man (2008) (2008) and Iron Man 2 (2010) (2010). The character of Iron Man is based on a comic book of the same name created by Marvel Comics editor Stan Lee and artists Don Heck and Jack Kirby. Iron Man first appeared in issue #39 of Tales of Suspense (March 1963). The story for Iron Man 3 was based on "Extremis", a six-issue story arc from the comic book series Iron Man (vol. 4), published in issues 1 through 6, in 2005 and 2006, by Marvel comics. The screenplay for Iron Man 3 was written by American filmmaker Shane Black (who also directed) and British screenwriter Drew Pearce. The reason for this is not directly referenced in the film and is left to the viewer's interpretation. It has been noted that the star in the center of the shield has been replaced with an "A", the symbol for anarchy. Kevin Feige has said that the Mandarin uses "symbolism of various cultures and iconography that he perverts for his own end." A popular theory is that he is attempting to twist the ideals the shield represents. This fits in with the speech that he gives in the film: "Ladies, children, sheep... Some people call me a terrorist. I consider myself a teacher. Lesson number one: Heroes, there is no such thing." The complex design of the Mark 42 made for some unique properties: Each piece of independent armor had to have its own power supply to utilize the repulsor/anti-gravity flight capacity and each piece had to be able to independently and cooperatively know where it needed to be and in what order it needed to arrive to make the suit viable upon receipt: this means they were all capable of managing their own power resources. Each unit is capable of functioning independent of any other pieces (see Tony's unconventional one hand, one foot aerial ballet of destruction) and thus they are likely not able to be easily recharged unless the suit is in one piece. The Mark 42 did not seem to be as physically strong as some of the other designs, possibly because of its very modular nature. Since the suit was designed to fit people other than Stark himself—we see Pepper using it quite well—it makes sense to have the suit function without a direct link to the Arc reactor in Tony's chest. It also makes sense to allow the suit to be recharged on ordinary electricity in the event Stark is not around (as it proved to be a useful feature). Recharging on ordinary electricity was a feature of the comic version of Iron Man from the very first designs. His suits were designed to absorb solar energy constantly, absorb some electromagnetic energy from his enemies or to be powered directly from land-based power supplies. He could even link his armor to land based power supplies to augment his strength briefly. After Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow), whose Extremis powers allowed her to survive the fall, kills Aldrich Killian (Guy Pearce), Tony orders JARVIS to destroy the Iron Man suits as proof that he's going to spend more time with Pepper and less time in his lab. The next day, Vice President Rodriquez (Miguel Ferrer) and Trevor Slattery (Ben Kingsley) are arrested. In a voiceover, Tony explains that he was able to cure Pepper and to undergo surgery to remove the shrapnel embedded near his heart. Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau) awakes from his coma, and Harley Keener (Ty Simpkins) comes home from school to find his garage laboratory rebuilt, replete with a brand new potato gun. In the final scene, Tony tosses his old chest arc reactor off the cliff where his mansion used to stand. "My armor?", he asks. It was never a distraction or a hobby. It was a cocoon. And now I'm a changed man. You can take away my house...all my tricks and toys. One thing you can't take away: I am Iron Man. Yes: Tony Stark can be seen lying on a sofa in a doctor's office. It is revealed that the voice over in the beginning was the start of a movie-length flashback: Stark has told the entire story to his friend Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo), wanting to get it off his chest, even though Banner isn't exactly a doctor of psychology and had nodded off. He can be seen at the Miss Chattanooga pageant as one of the judges. He is briefly shown on a video monitor holding up a white sign with his critique of one of the contestants. "Something To Fight For" by Joseph Trapanese The future of the Iron Man series is uncertain. There are rumors that Downey Jr wants to retire the character, meaning that an Iron Man 4 would be out of the picture; but this may change in the future, depending on the commercial results of the next movies. In the meantime, Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark/Iron Man character can be seen in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) (2015) and in Captain America: Civil War (2016) (2016).

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