Iron Man 2

"Maybe I've just done a big old spoiler, but it’s out there now."
For what's turned out to be one of the biggest hits of all-time, the not especially felicitously titled Avengers: Age of Ultron has gotten a lot less love and devotion than the numbers would suggest.
I love a good Romantic Comedy. I really do. I typically go for a forties or fifties rom com. A good black and white with Cary Grant, a little Hepburn, Jimmy Stewart. They made great movies back then.
The release of Captain America: The Winter Soldier this month on disc and download reminds of what a terrific film it is. With some competition from its delightful Marvel Studios sibling, Guardians of the Galaxy, it's the best pop movie of the year.
In this era, with movies more globalized and insistently present in the culture than ever, three iconic cinematic figures are very much front and center, their latest movie outings from last year and this in the all-time top 10 in worldwide box office.
So, what is the message of Iron Man 3? That's a question with a multi-faceted answer. Even if it only refers to the political message. Be advised that there are major spoilers ahead, so proceed, or not, on your own hook.
Jon Favreau has mentioned that "Iron Man 2" was a challenge, trying to cram all the Avengers storyline in, too. "Iron Man
What do you mean? It's a food chain of material and I come somewhere down on the bottom end. Do you like being on a secretive
Coulson's first name gets a lot of attention this time around. My memory is shot, but I have a feeling if you go back and
As a rebuttal to the idea that 'all superhero movies are the same' as well as a reaffirmation of the idea that 'it's not what it's about, but how it's about it', let's take a look at five comic book adaptations that didn't play it safe, but didn't come out on top either.
Mickey Rourke just wanted to eat lunch in peace. Unfortunately, when you're a Golden Globe-winning actor trying to dine al
Robert Downey Jr. is just like you, maybe: He thinks Iron Man 2 was "dissatisfying and disappointing." In the same interview
What's summer without a Hollywood superhero movie? This year, there was a bumper crop--Thor, X-Men: First Class, Green Lantern
"I tend to look at a scene and say 'This is absolutely impossible, we can't shoot this, it's horrible. I can tell you 10
A few weeks back, I read an announcement that the now white hot Colin Firth might be signing on for a re-make ofMy Fair Lady. Not since Steve Martin decided to put a new spin on The Pink Panther have I been so moved to ask, "Why?"
Not that all of them do it for me. As I said when I reviewed Sofia Coppola's Somewhere, it's the kind of film that usually