Originally Posted by Crimson King
I wasn't a fan of how the PTSD stuff wasn't really brought to a conclusion. It provided a lot of motivation for Tony in the beginning and middle, then just sort of faded away.
It ended as soon as Tony started being more pro-active and doing the MacGuyver stuff. Makes sorta sense to me. Till then he had been living either in a state of paranoia about what may happen or in reactionary mode to what was happening after the Mandarin stuff started. I guess the message of this film is a the best defense is a good offense, oh...and it helps with mental heath issues, too.