Three sentence movie reviews: Iron Man 3

Yet another notch in our “see superhero film to celebrate anniversary” belt.  I’ve liked all of the Iron Man movies, but franchises tend to diminish as their sequels become more numerous, so I was surprised how much I liked this movie.  I think it had a lot to do with the fact that Robert Downey Jr. spent most of the movie outside of the suit, plus there was good acting throughout.*

Where watched: Regal’s Vancouver Stadium 12 with Matt
Cost: $10.50 (grumble, grumble, “evening” begins at 4:00 now and my very spendy ticket to the 5:15 show didn’t keep the too-young child sitting in front of us from talking through a lot of the movie, grumble grumble)

*And, for once, Pepper Potts wasn’t in sky-high heels when being chased/in danger.

2 thoughts on “Three sentence movie reviews: Iron Man 3”

  1. I had said No Thanks to this film. Maybe I should put it back on the possibilities list. I found RD Jr.'s character so funny in the Avengers!

  2. I liked this way better than Iron Man 2. I was very surprised. Initially, I'd had very little interest in seeing it. I felt that the trailers didn't do the movie justice.

    However, I was really annoyed by Pepper, who I'd previously liked. I think she wins "Least Supportive Girlfriend of the Year." It's obvious that Tony is suffering from severe PTSD and she just gets mad about it, like that's helpful. I thought the little kid was a better support to him than her. Sheesh.

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