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Old 06-25-2013, 12:44 PM   #726
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There's something that just came to mind recently, in the post credit scene did anyone else get the feeling that Tony and Banner were at the Avengers Tower in New York?

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Old 06-25-2013, 01:19 PM   #727
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I assumed they were.

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Old 06-25-2013, 01:24 PM   #728
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nope. i found it appropriate for the film, but the zany version of it that plays over the credits just destroys any respect i have for it, and just bugs me.

i don't think it encapsulates the thematic elements of ironman i'd like it too. it's more about tony stark being a goof, than anything that is uniquely ironman.
so one bad track ruined the whole score?

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Old 06-25-2013, 01:46 PM   #729
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so one bad track ruined the whole score?
Some people are just finding little things to rage at in the movie now if they didn't already like the movie much. I liked it since it was sort of a fun little way to wrap up the RDJ IM trilogy. Not everything needs to be so gloom and doom and serious, which I'm glad Marvel realizes.

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it was not what I was expecting but def fun movie.

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Old 06-26-2013, 06:06 AM   #731
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I really enjoyed the sound track, and the movie as a whole, but seems I am in the minority, for me, I do like serious tones, but not dark and depressing like Batman and even to a lesser extent MoS, Marvel has done a very good job finding a good mix, where DC seems to want the audiance to be depressed after seeing their films, might explain why MoS did not do as well the second week.
I do understand that on this site, we want these films to be 100% comic accurate, but movies don't make money targeting one group, if they did, there would not be more films, as the general audiances who dont know or care about the history of a character would not come, least of all multiple times like they did for Avengers and Iron man 3, we will see how they feel for Thor, whether that film gets the same GA reaction.

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nope. i found it appropriate for the film, but the zany version of it that plays over the credits just destroys any respect i have for it, and just bugs me.

i don't think it encapsulates the thematic elements of ironman i'd like it too. it's more about tony stark being a goof, than anything that is uniquely ironman.

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.

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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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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 agree, very well said.

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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.
judging by TASM2 set pics it looks like we may get the Spidey-troll we're looking for

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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.
All that^.

I love what Black (& Pearce) did with IM3. Not only has it become one of my favourite superhero films but one of my favourite films in general.

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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.
Thi, this and this again.

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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.
RDJ makes Tony Stark likeable, something that Marvel has never done before in 40 years. This is the real cool exec, not the brooding one with expensive suit in most comic book. Ego balances out with frivolity & humor.

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Special Features look meh. They've been pretty lacking on several MCU films since IM1.

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at least there's a gag reel lol
I want the danged steel book tho

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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 was saying it fit the film as is and that particular track and montage encapsulated the goofiness that stark has more than any of his other qualities. reminded me of a tarantino film in ways, and while i find it an interesting choice, it seemed too out there for an ironman film. it's like the crew are having too much fun doing their own thing that it doesn't really matter to them that it's an ironman film.

by goofiness i mean his immaturity. the reason he's needed pepper in his life and the element of him pepper is trying to change over the course of the 3 films. altho the film seems to hint that being ironman at all might be part of that immature goofing around.

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I want the danged steel book tho
Wasn't the film itself a 75% gag reel!?

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Ironman is all about being Lucky and Fun loving , rich man which most people dream about.
he doesn't even get his Surgery done , he doesn't take anything seriously its not like batman who helplessly watched his parents get killed by thug ,now thats some serious stuff and most people don't like it cause it shows Truth of evil nature .
Ironman 3 did good to end the trilogy in its own style but lack seriousness eg : Fake Mandarin .

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Ironman is all about being Lucky and Fun loving , rich man which most people dream about.
he doesn't even get his Surgery done , he doesn't take anything seriously its not like batman who helplessly watched his parents get killed by thug ,now thats some serious stuff and most people don't like it cause it shows Truth of evil nature .
Ironman 3 did good to end the trilogy in its own style but lack seriousness eg : Fake Mandarin .
Yay! Let's bring down Iron Man so we can put Batman on a pedestal! CBMs are serious business!

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After watching Man of Steel, I kinda appreciate Iron Man 3 even more than I did. When special effects and spectacle is being left aside for some character-driven plot. So when the action comes, it brings balance to the whole thing. Is like a design, not everything has to 'scream' all the time, not every white space needs to be filled. You know what I mean?
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After watching Man of Steel, I kinda appreciate Iron Man 3 even more than I did. When special effects and spectacle is being left aside for some character-driven plot. So when the action comes, it brings balance to the whole thing. Is like a design, not everything has to 'scream' all the time, not every white space needs to be filled. You know what I mean? I wanted to say that.
Completely agreed. While I really liked some individual elements of MoS, my problems primarily had to do with Snyder's direction. Well, and Goyer's script, but to a lesser extent.

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Why couldn't Tony have used his arc reactor to power the suit when he was in Tennessee? I understand each suit probably has its own reactor at this point, but why can't the one in his body be used as a backup?

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After watching Man of Steel, I kinda appreciate Iron Man 3 even more than I did. When special effects and spectacle is being left aside for some character-driven plot. So when the action comes, it brings balance to the whole thing. Is like a design, not everything has to 'scream' all the time, not every white space needs to be filled. You know what I mean?
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