Iron Man 3.
That's what it was.
That's what it did.
A few questionable moments, and a pretty shoddy ending, but overall it was just another Iron Man film, and that is fine.
I definitely preferred the previous 2 films, but at least this one seemed to deliver a little more than The Avengers.
This developed from an average, generic looking modern day comedy, into something pretty fun and special.
For a comedy, it didn't have many 'laugh out loud' kind of moments, and it never tried for that either. The comedy was all relatively subtle, and brought that kind of warm internal feeling, and smile to your face. It was never forced, and always felt like a natural progression of the storyline.
The film had a nice neutral tone and look to it.…
Utterly devastating, gut wrenching, heartbreaking, unfathomable, sickening, and yet so inspiring!
It's difficult to fully understand and take in all the information that was given in this film. It's incredibly hard to come to terms with all the facts. For somemone to even contemplate being this evil is near impossible to imagine. And for the law system to be as incompetent as it was is just mind-numbing.
I've never seen such a close, and caring collection of friends and family.…
Definitely the worst film I've seen in a while.
It felt like it was written by a 12 year old, and filmed by a 5 year old.
There was no substance to the plot, the entire film was uneventful, and the ending was just shit, plain and simple.
There were some well known faces in it, Billy Zain being the biggest I guess, but it's clear to see that his career is in the toilet these days.
For professional mercenaries,…