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★★★★★

“Iron Man 2: the best of thrilogy!”

Written on: 03/03/2016 by SAdATT (1 review written)

Iron Man 2 (2008) by Jon Favreau.

After watching the first Iron Man, I was really pleased and hoped that the second one would be as great as the previous or even more.
I was expecting the plot to be gripping, fast paced and full of special effects and futuristic things. I have to admit that I wasn't disappointed at all.



As a marvel superheroes's fan, I like movies such as Iron Man 2 which is an action, Sci-Fi, and Superhero movie.

In the film, Tony Stark(the main character and Iron man) would have to deal with many problems such as villains as always but also personal and professional problems. For example, he had problems with the US government, Justin Hammer (another weapon manufacturer), a new powerful villain, a new spy in Tony's life and Tony's own health.

The main characters are Iron Man, Rhody, Hammer, Roomanof, Pepper, Vanco. I think that their roles were perfectly performed by these actors.

As a big budget movie, the camera work and animations were just amazing from my point of view. The special effects were simply perfect by the way. Of course, I'm not a camerawork expert but I think that they were really worth it. The scenes could be really intense and the plot fast-paced mostly when Iron Man was the main character in the scene.

There is a scene in the movie which I found really interesting and touching: In the movie Tony wasn't really close to his father because he was always too busy. But, surprisingly for Tony he had left a video recording for him where he was telling Tony about his feelings for him. After watching the video Tony knew that it wasn't an ordinary message and then he spoke out loud "Even after your death you still give me some homework".


I really enjoyed that movie and strongly recommended it to all people who like fantastic movies,even if it's been many years since it was released. I've watched it many times and can't get enough of it.

This movie can easily be compared to The Avenger movies as they both are gripping and the actors electrifying.

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