Escape from the detention, Tony became the representative of justice under the nickname Iron Man. When he said the acronym, then wrote it down, then underlined it, it was immediately obvious that he was the supervillain for that movie. 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? However, if that loyalty is so strong that it prevents one from having civil discussion or devolving to mocking other fandoms, franchises, or brands - it is simply fanboyism. Ahh yes, when Elektra tries to beat up a blind guy she just met. Tony Stark is the head of Stark Industries, a huge conglomerate defense contractor. My friends disagree but the wording and timing made it sound like he was still Iron Man and that he can now heal.
The surface interpretation--that he hangs up the armor and retires. Because in many ways it is incredibly intriguing to me. Tbf that was because I totally lost interest in the genre after Spiderman 2 because all the superhero movies from mid-2000s were mediocre X-men at best and garbage at worst. Iron Man 3 is the latest part of the Iron Man series. We both agreed that they were caused by a fear of death, but I maintain that it is his attachment to the arc reactor and his inability to separate from it or use it to power his suits. A villainous mad man known only as the Mandarin has staged a horrible attack on the Chinese Theater in Los Angeles, and is coming for Tony.
Feel free to discuss anything about the film whether you loved it or hated it. He is forced to reveal his identity to the Army commander so he is not shot. Differing opinions are to be expected. This means in the end, when he has the reactor and the shrapnel removed, he is facing and removing the source of his anxiety. I know there was a lot of contention about this twist as a lot of people felt like it sideswiped an interesting and long anticipated character for one who dies almost immediately after being reveled ala Iron Man 1. I remember just sitting through the movie totally expecting some typical cheesy superhero shit to manifest itself, but that never really happened throughout the movie, and I left the theater being so satisfied and grateful and happy that the movie was something new. Iron Man is an action-adventure film based on the comic book superhero, Iron Man.
He then heads overseas to stop the carnage. Hence he makes the rechargeable suit, that can incidently be used by secondary characters. If Marvel is playing The Mandarin as I suspect — we will have a scene where Tony stumbles straight into a situation where he feels completely safe in his presence… and Kapow. They demanded Tony creating weapons of mass destruction to attack America. And I have to talk about it in this review. As we are trying to avoid so many over-abundent discussion threads, this is now the only Iron Man 3 discussion board allowed on this sub.
But maybe to the main stream public, he didn't have the cache that Spider-Man or Wolverine had when they announced the movie. Stark and Stane begin to battle ferociously over the suit. 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? At least Micky Rourke's character had some motivation for revenge other than he abandoned me on a rooftop. Even the now famous post credit sequence with Nick Fury was more of a tease than an official guarantee that yeah, there's going to be an Avengers film down the line. This is actually misdirection that The Mandarin has given them. Be civil and be honest. But now new events require that Tony suit up again.
In the comics, the version of Extremis he puts in his bloodstream essentially gives him nanites in his bloodstream that. This was shown as a major design flaw in the final battle, as the sources were disabled and Tony had to keep switching suits. Tony believes the attack on the Chinese Theater and an attack on a small town in Tennessee are related. Insulting, harassing, threatening, or acting rudely towards other users will not be tolerated and can result in the removal of your comment and a temporary or permanent ban. While he is there, he is injured by shrapnel from a bomb.
Imagine Blade with an Evanescence soundtrack. Again, this is all just my reading from all the reactors being ripped out in the final battle, and Tony's suit requiring recharging. Like you said, it was a real confidence booster that non-mainstream characters in superhero movies could actually not suck. Now saddled with a severe case of insomnia and post traumatic stress disorder, Tony spends his sleepless nights the only way he knows how - coming up with new prototypes for the Iron Man suit. Directed by Info After surviving an unexpected attack in enemy territory, jet setting industrialist Tony Stark builds a high-tech suit of armor and vows to protect the world as Iron Man. Growing up I read Spider-Man, X-Men, some F4, but rarely the Avengers and never Iron Man. By the end of the movie, Tony came to terms with his mortality and decided to get rid of the thing that caused him so much anxiety- the arc reactor.
When Stark finds his personal world destroyed at his enemy's hands, he embarks on a harrowing quest to find those responsible. Many times through out the film he runs out of power in his suits, and does not use his personal arc reactor. I was one of those guys. This journey, at every turn, will test his mettle. Tony Stark is an owner of a technology group, and a weird playboy. I thought it was cool, but I'm such a Guy Pearce fan that my judgement was probably severely clouded.
Pepper discovers that Stane, a vice president at Stark Industries, has been secretly supplying the terrorists and is planning to ruin Stark and takeover the company. They were carrying out a utopian experiment to transform ordinary people into the warriors with superior strength. Direct everyone's attention towards Kingsley so Pearce can stay in the shadows as the true mastermind. In the inspecting Afghanistan, he was kidnapped by a terrorist group. The events of Loki's attack on New York City has left Tony Stark a completely changed man. You give everyone this really big, evil looking and menacing target to keep everyone distracted while the true villain lurks in the background. This is an open spoiler zone, so please note that before entering.
This is still really giving them nothing, they think the Vice President is in danger. And to top it all off, this was Iron Man. So much so that other film studios can't seem to get it quite right with their shared universes while Marvel continues to sail past them at the box office for one simple reason alone They made audiences care about characters not named Spider-Man, X-Men, or Fantastic Four. . 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. Felt more like The Hangover at that point. In geekdom, this is sort of like closing out the Sundance Film Festival, headlining the Coachella main stage, or main-eventing Wrestlemania at Madison Square Garden.