Iron Man 3 review
The summer stars off with another comic book, Iron Man 3, a sequel to the Avengers and Iron Man 2. Iron Man 3 feels like a true sequel from the original Iron Man, unlike the boring sub-plot loaded and set-up building thinly-veiled prologue advertisement of the Avengers. This is a solid fun popcorn action movie, but I think it could have gone further.
Rather than showcase the iconic Iron Man suit, the film concentrates on the man behind the suit, Tony Stark, a strength that Marvel comics had since the 60's. The suit(s) are merely a tool and extension for Tony Stark, like. However I think the development for Tony Stark was not fully realized. The character development mostly boils down to that Tony makes some mistakes, blows up on his face, and he says he's sorry; this is a formula that happens most episodes of the Simpsons whenever Homer forgets his wedding anniversary or something, only to repeat again next season; only the next Ironman or Avengers could tell whether