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Old 06-26-2013, 07:46 AM   #733
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Default Re: The IRON MAN 3 News & Speculation Thread - - - - - - Part 15

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Originally Posted by xeno000 View Post
Can You Dig It? playing over those clever end titles was perfectly brilliant, IMO. A lot of superhero movies end with forgettable, somewhat corny songs created for their soundtracks. Iron Man 3 had a stylized version of Tyler's theme as its ending, accompanied by stills of the characters. It was exciting, energetic and it worked for Tony Stark and his particular style.


BTW, I don't see Tony as a goof at all. He's brilliant, clever and dynamic, yet a very deep character with many layers of emotion. What seems to throw people is that Tony is quick-witted and sharply funny, as are the Iron Man films, and that is mistaken as a lack of depth and seriousness. At a basic level, the things that Tony has gone through in his four film career have been literally as serious as a heart attack, tremendously traumatic and hurtful to him. One doesn't develop severe PTSD and an anxiety disorder from funny experiences. Like many real people, however, Tony deals with the events in his life through humor; it's a coping mechanism for him. Behind all the witty one-liners he is still a deeply damaged man, albeit one who tells jokes and frantically builds armor as a defense against the threats he sees all around him.
I find it more than a little ironic that RDJ infuses Tony Stark with the actual personality that *Spider-Man* and *Hawkeye* should have always had in the movies. But, so far, neither has come even remotely close to that. Hopefully, TASM2 will remedy that --- it seems to be aiming more for comic-book purity, and may wind up being the most "authentic" Spidey movie to date.

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