Iron Man 3 3D Movie Reviews
User reviews on Iron Man 3 3D
I did not expect to like this film as much as I did, I went into it thinking that it will be just another dumb Blockbuster film and I was pleasantly surprised because it was so much more than that. My boyfriend loves these films and he wanted to see it with me so I caved and I am glad I did, because I had a lot of fun. We saw the film in 3D and it was definitely worth the extra cash, I recommend seeing it it in 3D for sure. The film had great action scenes, it had an interesting story that is much darker and better than the previous films and the acting in the film was amazing. I enjoyed learning more about Stark’s character and I loved the way Robert Downey Junior explored his character and how he added so much to it. Overall, I think this film was great and it is a perfect way to start your summer.
I loved this film and I highly recommend seeing it in the theaters, it simply must be seen on the big screen. I have to say that I am a big fan of this franchise and it has to do a lot with my love for Robert Downey Junior, he is so freaking good in these films. I think this film was the best one yet, I was highly entertained and I definitely recommend seeing it in 3D, it was simply amazing. I thought he story was great, the special effects were amazing, the dialogue was witty and smart and the film was fun and fast-paced. The tone of the film was much darker than the previous two films and I thought it was great because it added so much to the story. Overall, this film is worth seeing on the big screen, you will have a lot of fun watching it.
Your jaw will DROP: GUARANTEED! This is the most amazing movie I've seen all year, even better than last year's Avengers which apparently everyone and their grandma saw. I would give this ten stars if I could - it's THAT good. Robert Downey Jr is the man, owning the role with such awesomeness that you can't help but think that there's a lot of him in the role. The way he plays Stark in this third installment is more bold than the way he played it in the first two and this makes the final part of the trilogy seem that much more dramatic. I also would say that if you like big movie fights on the big screen, then there's no way you're gonna get more bang for your buck than this movie - literally. The final battle is just awe inspiring and even my girlfriend (who usually hates these kind of superhero movies) thought it was super. Pay the extra ten bucks for the 3D ticket and you will have a movie memory for the rest of your life that you will not forget - thanks Jon Favreau!
If you're really into Iron Man - and most people are, at least the ones I know - then you will definitely be interested in seeing this in 3D. The special effects in these big blockbuster movies just keeps getting better and better and no one is going to fault this movie on the CGI front. The movie has a slick look to it, but it doesn't look *too* finessed or animated, which is sometimes a drawback of these movies. We want to see great effects, but we also want it to have a cartoony feel. It is based on a comic book after all! The climactic battle between Tony Stark and the evil Mandarin is AMAZING. I still get chills just thinking about it. Gotta give props to the ultra talented Sir Ben Kinglsey who breathes so much life into his role as Mandarin that I think it will go down as one of the best movie villains of the century. Well worth the price of the 3D ticket imho.
Saw this overseas where it opened last week in 3D - in a word: WOW.
Audiences will adore Iron Man 3 for the simple fact that it is a good ol’ fashioned comic book movie that doesn’t try to give its hero any grandiose or overly dark backstory a la Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight. It is fun F-U-N for fun’s sake, and doesn’t take itself too seriously in an effort to make itself an out-and-out entertainer.
We all know Tony Stark by now: he’s cheeky and witty and self-aware . . . and yet somehow always blind-sided by the bad guys. The baddies this time around are the nefarious global terrorist Mandarin (expertly played by Ben Kingsley) and his partner-in-crime/uber nerd scientist Aldrich Killian (Guy Pearce, in a truly memorable get-up). Together, they want to take over the world a la Pinky and the Brain, only their weapons of choice are the maimed and half-dead bodies of innocents who are turned from weak into wicked.
The movie gets a lot of laughs, especially when Stark finds himself crash-landed in Tennessee, where he really gets to go at it with his rival James Rhoades (Don Cheadle), all in that deadpan as only Robert Downey can deliver. Gwyneth Paltrow’s role as the romantic interest Pepper is mercifully restrained this time around. And all of it comes to a head in an epic showdown that any fans of the genre will say is well worth the ticket price (seriously: the climactic battle is truly a spectacle to behold).
And it goes without saying that the movie will almost assuredly find a way to rewrite box office history. A surefire blockbuster winner.