Movie Review |Iron Man 3 (2013)

When Tony Stark’s world is torn apart by a formidable terrorist called the Mandarin, he starts an odyssey of rebuilding and retribution.
Director: Shane Black
Writers: Drew Pearce (screenplay), Shane Black (screenplay)
Stars: Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle







Love the feel of the animation and other fighting scenes due to the bgm.




It still gives off memorable lines and spunky retorts. Which made the movie enjoyable. Though, there might still be some scenes that are a little too silent for my taste, they made sure that they can still catch the audience’s attention.


The plot or story of the whole movie is somewhat there from the start which if you will just follow closely you might see where it really is going. How they manage to combine vulnerability and weakness as a means of strength and determination is something short of WOW. Though as I had said you might find it a little predictable at some point but the twists and turns that they put in retracted the predictability and made the movie somewhat unique.


Well, nothing really changed with the characters since the beginning of the Iron Man trilogy. However, we might find out that there is a hidden vulnerability for the main protagonist which is Iron Man/Tony Stark himselfHe has the same strength and slyness that any other superhero needs. He has the spunk and the resources. Nevertheless, in this final installment (if I’m right and this really is the end) he made sure to show that even as an ordinary man he is resourceful and wise. Though, immature for some, he might be one of those who has in-depth personalities you might want to see. Pepper is one hot momma! No more words to describe her, and I tell you, you don’t want to see her angry you might be burned! Colonel Rhodes showed how much of really determined and dignify soldier he is. Not only did he try to stay with his principles even during the torture scene, he also showed how much he loves his country. Aldrich Killian  gives off the wolf-under-a-sheep’s clothing feel all through out the movie which made him one of the convincing villains there is.




Rober Downey Jr. (Iron Man/Tony Stark) is one actor that never fails to amaze me. As he took in roles from medieval to modern era, he always made his characters stand out and be loved (or loathed) by the audience. He made Iron Man who will always be affiliated with him. He made that classy, high class multi-billionaire air really felt but at the same time seems to convey the vulnerability and weakness of such great personality. Gwyneth Paltrow (Pepper) did her best to be the proper leading lady but made it sure that she’ll never be like any other lady. She is one hot actress that made sure Pepper  can be the main protagonist’s love interest but his partner too. Don Cheadle (Colonel James Rhodes) gave the movie the additional comedic and heroic feel, he made sure that as the sidekick, he kick ass! Guy Pearce (Aldrich Killian) is as villainous as possible. He showed the evil grin, delivered the cold-hearted dialogues and even did the threatening stunts too convincing.




I REALLY LOVE THE ENDING! It’s has a nice fourth of July theme. (ノ≧∀≦)ノ Anyways, the ending wherein he becomes some kind of human is a lovely twist but as a scientist, you’ll know that he’ll never be anything but awesome, normal human or not.


This is one is an awesome movie! Recommended! I find this one as an exception on how trilogies are usually made. Watch it and you’ll find out what I mean,

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