Iron Man

2008

Action / Adventure / Sci-Fi

719
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 93%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 91%
IMDb Rating 7.9 10 811014

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Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark / Iron Man
Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury
Paul Bettany as Jarvis
Leslie Bibb as Christine Everhart
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Reviewed by BiiivAL 8 / 10

In the Christmas room there were twins ...

Tony Stark's life is the dream of any self-respecting man. He is incredibly rich, devilishly intelligent and in no less than superb degree is charming. He sleeps mostly with the girls who have been on the cover of Maxim, he drives exclusively on cars, under the hood of which there are not less horses than in the entire equestrian sport of any country, and the interview gives only sexy reporter, ready for a long, let's say a conversation before the first cocks. But one day, Tony's always sarcastic becomes a joke, he is taken prisoner by a group of Arab-terrorist appearance with the demand to "make us such a rocket" and subsequently - to kill. Stark and his companion in misfortune decide that to lose hope in general and stupid, and begin to build right before the eyes of nothing understanding the invaders best of Tony's evening suits.

It is always pleasant, when transparent as glass, aphorisms find a clear confirmation in our lives. So it happened with the phrase "If you want to do something well, do it yourself." The company Marvel, which owns the rights to all at least some decent heroes of graphic novels, was tired of how famously Hollywood turns her intellectual property into a shame, and took absolutely the entire production process under her control. The Iron Man is the first swallow of this approach, and it should be noted that the swallow has come out so fat that under it branches break.

The fact that the stars heavily winked at the project is noticeable already for the one who plays the main role. Downey Jr. in Hollywood is considered an eternal loser because Robert is more accustomed to look at the world from a bottled bottom or through a mirror powdered with white powder. To make such a person a titular face of a multimillion picture, which would be nice to justify the budget, the thing is extremely risky. That you had something to compare, I will say that the production of HF on his shoulders by Robert is akin to the appearance of Johnny Depp in the role of Jack Sparrow in one little-known picture. That is, this is when a good actor becomes also successful, and the viewer from this only wins. A more charming and charismatic Stark can not be imagined. Yes, and in his opponents he is not anyhow anybody, but similar to Lenin's grandfather Jeff Bridges, pushing his villainous speeches with frighteningly realistic notes in his voice. Well, any appearance on the screen of Gwyneth Paltrow should generally be celebrated at the state level - it is as usual so nice that I want to directly coat it with my coat and take it by the handle to some more cozy place than the screen of the cinema.

As the adaptation of a picture book, the film is immaculate. The dose of humor, action and serious non-pseudo-paraphonic dialogues were always on good pharmacy scales, and 186 million of the budget allow you not to think much about the quality of special effects. Such falsities and unfriendly relations with logic usual in such pictures are completely absent. The general message of the film reads easily: "We had you, Hollywood," and the main indicator is the phrase that ends the film. As Dreamworks once sneered in their Shrek over Disney standards, so Marvel tramples everything that was done before in the field of the genre.

Reviewed by ffiisshh 10 / 10

Wow, very impressive !!!!

WOW WOW WOW.

This is the movie I have been waiting for for a very long time. I am an avid Ironman reader. I have collected the comics all my life (from #1 in 1968 to the latest in 2008)...40 years of Ironman. Since I was a kid, I used to say to my friends that they should make an Ironman movie, but everyone laughed and said that the special effects would look ridiculous...mind you, that was back in like in the early 1980's. But, now we are in the age of CGI, and what an age it is. Just for you Ironman fans, to see him come to life with such spectacular graphics is reason enough to spend your hard-earned $10. The plot is also pretty well thought out, and the acting is just fine. What better pick could you have for Tony Stark than Robert Downey Jr.? (just wait for the sequels when they can delve into his alcoholism...Mr. Downey has been there and beyond...that's probably why they chose him for the role...fore-thought)The rest of the cast is right on par, as well. The pace is brisk, and the whole thing works as a great addition to the Marvel Universe in the Cinema!! Enjoy!

Reviewed by mohammadjyassin 8 / 10

A Solid Beginning for What Would Become the Most Successful Franchise on Earth

Iron Man establishes a strong base for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It is a well-written, self contained story that doesn't try too hard to establish plot points for the future of the cinematic universe, but instead focuses on itself. The result is a great movie. RDJ as Tony Stark is possibly the best casting choice ever done for a comic-book movie, and so is Jeff Bridges as Obadiah. The story is flows well and serves perfectly for the development of our main character. While there are two main plots, the story successfully merges the two into a tidy, clean result that barely leaves any mess. There is a slight disorder in the tone. While sometimes the movie would feel too dark and the next minute it's all jokes and loud music, the movie makes good use of this lighter tone at times to establish the character of Iron Man.

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