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Iron Man (Ultimate Two-Disc Edition) [Blu-ray]
Iron Man
Ultimate Two-Disc Edition
You know you're going to get a different kind of superhero when you cast Robert Downey Jr. in the lead role. And Iron Man is different, in welcome ways. Cleverly updated from Marvel Comics' longstanding series, Iron Man pu...  more »

     

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Kellie B. (islandlife) from WANCHESE, NC
Reviewed on 7/23/2010...
loved it! after seeing iron man 2, it's always nice to go back and revisit the first. lot's of cool action.
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
Vanessa V. (sevenspiders)
Reviewed on 10/7/2008...
In a decade of interchangable superhero movies desperately trying to enter the Superhero Pantheon, Iron Man is the only one that succeeds in breaking the wanna-be mold and becomes truly fresh and worthwhile. It mixes just the right amount of real world injustice and superhero magic.

The movie never takes itself to seriously and so never becomes too heavy handed or bogged down in psychology. It never becomes too slapstick, and Downey Jr.'s remarkable performance brings to life both the bitterness that makes Tony Stark a believable human being and the fortitude that leads him to make himself into Iron Man.

Stark doesn't care what anyone thinks of him; he's a playboy/weapons mogul who fights injustice because it offends him personally and follows the rules of no other superhero code. Iron Man, too, follows the rules of no other superhero movie; it leaves the impression that the filmmakers did it solely to please themselves, disregarding what the studio or fanboy expect and "Iron Man movie" to be.

And that's what makes it great. Now if only they could continue to ignore precedent and continue the stellar work in the inevitable sequel.
2 of 3 member(s) found this review helpful.