An enjoyable ride, we never get tired of watching RDJ becoming Tony Stark, and when the time for a reboot comes, I don't know how I'll ever get used to another actor playing the eccentric billionaire manchild.
Good action sequences, even if the army of suits brought me an unwelcome memory of Transformers, and the twist was a bit like Nolan's Batman, still it was a more than solid entry, with great balance between comedy and suspense, and definitley a step in the right direction after the undeniable mess that was Iron Man 2.
After the company that used to hold two cinemas near my home going broke, delaying when I'd watch Quentin's latest, I finally got time to go see it, and I'm not surprised that I freaking loved it.
From the opening sequence until the last scene, Tarantino knew exactly how to atract our atention to our anti-hero and his bloody journey. The actors all looked like they were having a lot of fun, with Waltz one more time stealing the show,…
I can't believe it took me so long to watch this film. I knew PTA wouldn't disappoint me, but I didn't expect this. The acting was great, with probably the best Sandler performance ever, and a charming Emily Watson. Wonderful soundtrack. Too bad Sandler won't do films like this anymore.