Re: Disappointments of the Trilogy?
Originally Posted by metaphysician
Its hardly "making stuff up" when the movie all but says it, it just requires the audience to actually be able to add 1 and 1 to get 2. *rollseyes*
Some leaps I can make but this is hardly a 1+1=2 scenario. It's compounded by the issue of even if that is what happened then once again we have to see Iron Man at a disadvantage in an end fight. For once can't he just fight the villain at full power? Avengers is about the only time that comes close and even that Mark 7 was untested, "skip the spinning rims, we're on the clock".
Superhero TV of 2016: Daredevil-Season2: A-/A; Luke Cage-Season1: A-; Flash-Season 2: B+; Agents of Shield-Season3: B-;Agent Carter-Season2: B; iZombie-Season 2: A-; No interest in Arrow, Supergirl, Gotham or Legends of Tomorrow