Monday, 20 May 2013

Iron Man 3 Review (Updated)








Iron Man 3


Release Date: 24th April 2013 - Australia


Production Companies
Paramount Pictures
Marvel Studios
DMG Entertainment

Distribution
Walt Disney Studios Motion
Pictures Australia


Genre: Action

Rating: M

Runtime: 135 minutes


Budget: $200,000,000

Box Office Gross: 
$1,215,439,994
(Worldwide)


Plot Summary
Industrialist Tony Stark/
Iron Man is pitted against
an enemy whose reach
knows no bounds. When
his enemy destroys Stark's
personal world, he sets off
on a harrowing journey
that will test his mettle at
every turn as he tries to
find those responsible.
When his back is put
against the wall, Stark has
to survive by his own
devices, counting on his
ingenuity and instincts to
protect his friends and
family. During his struggles,
Stark discovers the answer
to the question that has
secretly haunted him: does
the man make the suit or
does the suit make him a
man?


Cast
Robert Downey Jr. - Tony
Stark/Iron Man
Gwyneth Paltrow - Pepper
Potts
Guy Pearce - Aldrich Killian
Don Cheadle - Col. James
"Rhodey" Rhodes/Iron Patriot
Ben Kingsley - The Mandarin
Jon Favreau - Happy Hogan
Paul Bettany - JARVIS (Voice)
Rebecca Hall - Dr. Maya
Hensen
Stephanie Szostak - Brandt
James Badge Dale - Savin
Ty Simpkins - Harley Keener
William Sadler - President Ellis
Miguel Ferrer - Vice President
Rodriguez

Crew
Screenplay/Director - Shane Black
Based on Characters - Don
Heck, Larry Lieber &
Jack Kirby
Based on Characters/Executive
Producer - Stan Lee
Screenplay - Drew Pearce
Producer - Kevin Fiege
Production Designer - Bill Brzeski
Costume Designer - Louise Frogley
Director of Photography - John Toll
Second Unit Director (Uncredited)/Stunt Coordinator -
Jeff Habberstad
Stunt Coordinator - Markos Rounthwaite
Fight Choreographer - Eric Oram
Special Effects Supervisor - Daniel Sudick
Visual Effects Supervisors: Weta Digital -
Matt Aitken & Keith Miller
Visual Effects Supervisors - Mark Bakowski,
Erik Nash, Saravanan Stalin, Christopher Townsend
& Guy Williams
Visual Effects Supervisor: Fuel VFX - Paul Butterworth
Film Editors - Peter S. Elliott & Jeffrey Ford
Music Supervisor - Dave Jordan
Music - Brian Tyler


Review
Unfortunate but without a pity, IRON MAN 3 underwhelms me of seeing that the premise for the new lacklustre sequel is unfolded makes me want to less proclaim it in a serious occasion. Ben Kingsley is the reason why I'm disappointed, he was a good actor and I was thrilled that he would act as the protagonist's main nemesis and most difficult foe The Mandarin and be like all the other English villains, but I was sadly not pleased when the character Kingsley was portraying is actually a nobody. I was shocked, it really starting my nerves to bust and makes me of not deserving false advertising that pranks everybody. In the midst of its controversy, Robert Downey Jr. is still appreciated for his role as Iron Man and the action, visuals and another appropriated actor Guy Pearce's performance are more privileged than the useless twist of the story-line. 

It’s a semi-bad ending of a final conclusion that all great chapters end like this aren't made anymore and they got IRON MAN 3 into the deep package, it should be very crucial to the people and fans of this unimaginable black sheep and I feel sorrow that it failed to lived up the previous instalments but I'm still not a big fan of the character and the result was indifferent.

Star rating: (3/5) Average 



2 comments:

  1. Definitely the superior successor to the last one in regards of character development and involvement, great humor, and satisfying action sequences. Good review.

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    1. You have a better opinion than mine, my review thatn you've looked at is supposed to be very average and unlikable.

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