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Here’s What’s Wrong with Iron Man 3

May 18, 2013


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Yes, this isn’t our regular style of movie. It has nothing to do with Korea. I just wanted to talk about Iron Man 3, because – even though people are really seeming to love it – I had a lot of difficulty enjoying the video as much as I wanted to enjoy it, and so, for an Open the Happy video, I wanted to talk about why.

Spoilers ahead, obviously:

I don’t want to give across the impression that this is a bad movie. It was enjoyable. I liked it, but I found myself let down a bit. It would have been a great movie if it wasn’t called Iron Man, if it was a standalone movie, but – I think – because of the context of Iron Man, the movie was disappointing. I liked it as a Tony Stark movie, but not as an Iron Man movie, you know?

Look at Iron Man 1. Remember how satisfying that scene was when he puts on the first proper iteration of the suit, and he busts in on the badguise and shoots them all? That was like a “FCK YEAH! MURICA!” moment. It was asskicking awesomeness. Don’t talk to me about Iron Man 2 I didn’t like it. BUT: in Avengers, when he’s flying around New York, and fighting off tons of badguise, that, too, was immensely satisfying as a viewer. Here, we didn’t really get that satisfaction. We saw Tony struggle with his PTSD and talk to a kid most of the time, and then he Macgyver’ed his way into the Mandarin’s headquarters. Meh. Not the same. Just not the same. We got small glimpses of that kind of ass-kicking satisfaction when the Iron Man suits were tag-teaming on the roided out soldiers, but that last scene was so complicated for me that I couldn’t enjoy it as much as I wanted to.

Now, I’ve read thousands of Marvel comics over the last couple of years. Seriously, the two of us are hardcore comic nerds. Martina mostly focuses on Wolverine and X-Men comics, but I’ve been going through just about everything since the House of M series. I’ve gone through a bunch of Avengers and Iron Man comics, as well as the whole Civil War and Dark Reign series, so I’m rather comfortable with Tony Stark and Iron Man. I was actually quite pleased with how the movie played with the source material. When I saw pictures of Iron Patriot, I was excited, because Norman Osborne is a badass, but he wasn’t part of it. I wasn’t disappointed when he wasn’t included, though. I chuckled a bit. The best part, though, hands down, was the reveal that the Mandarin, played by Ben Kingsley, wasn’t the exceptionally scary badass that he is in the comics. He was just an actor. Did not see that coming AT ALL. Ben Kingsley looked like him, even with the rings and all. Even when he said he was just acting I was like “Nahh, this is part of Mandarin’s grand scheme! Shit’s about to go down now!” but it didn’t. Really quite hilarious, in fact.

More importantly, I was really happy with how they handled Tony Stark’s PTSD. Not from a scientific perspective, because I’m not sure how accurate that representation was, but simple because there was source material available for them to use that they avoided: Tony Stark is a recovering alcoholic in the comics, and that could definitely have been used instead of PTSD, but it wasn’t. I was happy with that decision, because I think it would be too difficult to tie in. It just turned out that Tony Stark’s nemesis, Mandarin, is the one who was the alcoholic. Brilliant!

Lastly, the inclusion of Extremis kinda confused me. Is there another iteration of Extremis in earlier comics? I’m used to Extremis being Tony Stark’s nanotech armor. He’s got a bunch of nanobots in him that form the Iron Man armor (totally effing awesome, by the way), so to hear Extremis and Iron Man together, that’s what I assumed would happen. Instead, it was the bizarro formula. Maybe in Iron Man 4, Tony Stark will have re-calibrated the formula with his nanobots to make the armor? I’m not sure, but it would make sense.

Anyhow, that’s it. Let me know your thoughts on it. I hope I didn’t come across as angry, though I do passionately talk about movies when they don’t make sense. I don’t want this video to seem like Iron Man 3 isn’t worth watching, because it is. I just found so many things wrong with it. That’s just how I watch movies: analyzing plot details and especially plot pushing. Don’t even get me started on the disaster of the Spiderman movie. Hey: how the hell does a giant gortdamned lizard bring millions of dollars of science lab equipment into the sewers? Did he just smuggle that in his jacket and take the elevator? And, what: he plugged it in to the outlets with free electricity available in the sewers? And Spiderman’s phone gets reception in the sewers? Phones in North America struggle to get signal ABOVE ground, let alone below it. Garbage!



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  1. Oh man Simon do more movie reviews!! I loved it!

    2 years ago
    There should be a fan name for GoT already… Get to it, S&M!

    #teamHodor #teamDaenerys #ohmahgerdnessTheRedWedding

    2 years ago
  3. I’m not a man but I still enjoyed watching this!! I love you Martina, so very much and your off-the-wall-quirky make-up videos are lovely, but I really enjoyed watching this Simon! I’m not a big comic book fan, I love manga though, but I still watched the movie, and also didn’t love it very much… So this was refreshing! :) I hope to see more Simon videos, but I also hope to not see less Martina videos!! You guys are both so very lovely, and I thank you guys endlessly for constantly changing my life, in little and big ways <3
    Always and forever a Nasty,
    Nikki <333

    3 years ago
  4. Nasty comic loving men AND women, Mr Simon. So sexist :P

    3 years ago
  5. As much as I wish nothing but good on all the make-up enthusiasts and don’t want to deny them their fun; as a manly geek-man I would love to see more videos like this. Moar movies, moar comics and moar games!

    3 years ago
  6. I thought it was a good movie, but it doesn’t stand on it’s own. I am one of the rare people who didn’t see Avengers before seeing this one and all through the movie I was like WTF is up with Tony freaking out every few minutes. Now I that I saw the Avengers on DVD, it makes a lot more sense. But for those of you have haven’t seen Avengers yet, skip this one until you do.

    3 years ago
  7. I have to say if everything happened like the way you said it should it would have been, the fight scene would have been very boring and quick. In these types for movies they had to put in numerous explosions and violence just for it to be more action pack. The movies never really can compete with the comics, but they are fun to watch :)

    3 years ago
  8. I think you need a channel more suited for your reviews. Keep Open the Happy for make-up, hair and sickly sweet videos of Spudgy and the Meems’. Then you can have a channel dedicated to either Geekness or Dothraki Manliness!

    As for the movie, I appreciated the laughs and the vulnerable side to Tony, however I agree with some of your concerns. As for your passion… I get it completely. I am a closet Trekkie… Don’t get me started on this “alternate timeline” that JJ Abrams directed. Errrrrrrrr.

    Last thing…. It’s Joss.

    Love you guise!

    3 years ago
  9. Hahahhah this was great!!!! I just saw it yesterday and i completely agree it wasn’t as followable and just bloody awesome as Iron Man 1. The little details in though were HIL-ARIOUS! Like the one guard being like totally done with all the crazy crap!

    3 years ago
  10. I only watched iron man 3 a few days ago but I don’t really remember it… still remember like every detail of Avengers and Iron Man 1 but this just didn’t really do it for me either.

    the vilian thing really confused me and I don’t know if I’m the only one that read the comics (this was also in the first movie but they didnt make a big thing of it) but Manderin had a set of 10 rings and the rings tied him to the bad guy in the first movie but then the Manderin wasn’t a real vilian he was just a stand in so it didnt really…. make the senses(~??~) and it annoyed me. feels like a missed opportunity

    3 years ago
  11. I completely agree with everything you said, and its been bothering me how much people have been absolutely raving about it. It wasnt a bad movie, but it wasnt on the same level as The Avengers, and as a fellow fan of Marvel I was slightly disapointed with the same things that Simon pointed out. But I will say I loved how absolutely bad-ass Pepper was in this movie. She was amazing.

    ALSO, did it bother anyone else that the whole movie was based around chistmas time…. but they released it in spring. Like I dont want to even think about christmas right now because of all the snow that FINALLY melted. So the christmas thing…. I was not feeling it. I might have, had the movie been released around christmas…. idk.

    3 years ago
  12. I think we need more videos like this from simon although i love the make up videos to but i am such a nerd i love comic books. so on that note have you guys read the runaway series from marvel it is awsome i love it and i highly recomend it and do you guys also read dc comics to if so what do you read.

    3 years ago
  13. i have yet to watch any of the iron man movies, and, even though it’s gotten rave reviews, i probably won’t be seeing iron man 3 either. i’m also a comic book geek, and have been since i was 11 years old. (do you remember marvel cards?) but, like martina, i mostly read x-men and wolverine comics, but i also like spiderman. i absolutely loved the idea that they were putting out films based on marvel comic books, actual good films, not the poo fest that was the punisher back in 2004. i loved the idea of watching relatable characters on screen dealing with emerging super powers. i just found it to be fascinating how they evolved into the characters we know and love today.

    like simon, i disliked the amazing spiderman, not really any technical complaints, i just really didn’t like andrew garfield as peter parker/spiderman. sure, he was thin, and twig-like, just like spiderman in the comics, but he really just bugged me. something about him annoyed me. maybe with the second spiderman coming out, i might change my mind. i’m kinda excited to see jamie foxx and paul giamatti as the villains.

    overall, i’m really glad that the world has embraced the comics i grew up with, and still love as an adult, and they continue to be successful for years to come.

    ps, if you haven’t seen the trailer, you guys should check out the wolverine coming this summer. i’m a little “meh” about it. but who knows, it could be awesome.

    3 years ago
  14. Simon, you should do more videos/blogs like these!

    3 years ago
  15. I finally know why I wasn’t happy with this movie. I left the movie theater greatly disappointed but I couldn’t put my finger on why…thank you Simon!!! And I would like to see more of these type of videos as well!

    3 years ago
  16. I totally agree with the Extremis part. That just knocked a whole point and a half off for me. I was like come oooon you’re supposed to be iron man. I was ok with not so much actiony scenes. plus im a girl so thats probably normal but i cant stand too much action and too little story or too little action and too much story in an action movie so I understand.

    3 years ago
  17. a)The movie only worked because of Robert Downey Junior, because we all like him and like watching him do random stuff. Anyone else in that role and nobody would like it.

    b)Tony spends most of the time in a not working Iron Man suit. I know it was all symbolic of how broken Tony is and shit, but that is just stupid.

    c)Remember that PTSD he had? That was interesting, that showed him as a human. Well good for you, because the movie makers sure forgot about it. That plot point just gets cast aside as a funny little quirk Tony has. PTSD is not funny and Tony doesn’t even get over it in the movie.

    d)They pretend Avengers didn’t happen. Sure they mention the wormhole, the aliens, the other heroes, Mark Ruffalo makes an appearance. But the rest of the movie ignores Avengers. US government didn’t want Iron Man going against the Mandarin, I get that. But you know who they could have asked for help, a super hero whose whole shtick is protecting USA and it’s people? Someone who has the AMERICA in his name? Yeah, no, of course not. They could have brought up SHIELD, they could easily track the Mandarin, sick Widow on his ass. Or the Hulk. Why doesn’t Tony ask Bruce for help, wouldn’t that be great in trying to save the life of the PRESIDENT, especially since Bruce lives in Tony’s tower and they are friends. But no.

    e)Nothing was stopping Tony from calling his other suits immediately after he got JARVIS back. They say there was debris on the basement, but any of those suits could have blown a hole through the ceiling or the sides.

    f)Destroying the suits made sense. Sure, he was a new man, no longer Iron Man, just Tony Stark (which is so so stupid) and Tony is a billionaire, but those suits are effing expensive, each costs more that a billion. And a lot of promotion went into those, but we see them for like a second each before they go boom. Also, no fighting variety. All of them just fired blasters. You know how his first real suit, had rockets and guns and lasers and lots of other shit? None of that here. And wasn’t the giant suit, Igor, holding up the platform WHERE TONY WAS ON when he blew up?

    g)Pepper. Oh I like Pepper, we all like Pepper, but she was completely ruined in this movie. In the previous ones she was just human, yes, but she did stuff. She got information from Stane, she blew Stane up, she got Hammer arrested. But here she just gets captured. Woopie. And she steals the killing blow from Tony, which is a big boo, but whatever (seriously, Tony gets the guy blow up, blasts him plenty of times, but Pepper hits the guy with a pipe and blasts him once and he dies)

    e)Pepper’s “death”. Tony sees Pepper fall to her death, he fails to save her (since he is just Tony, not Iron Man, great job protecting her without your suits) and he is completely fine two minutes later, making jokes. Hey Tony, the love of your life just dies, the one person who you want to protect, BE DEVASTATED. In fact, this would be the time his PTSD comes in, but no, that would just be silly.

    Still love the movie. Even if I hate it.

    3 years ago

    3 years ago
  19. *pats simons back* i feel you bro i feel you

    3 years ago
  20. Yeah, I had some of those same thoughts. True, it was enjoyable but I kept thinking things like “where’s SHIELD during all of this, or the other Avengers?” and “not sure this is the smartest strategy here…” Had some epic battle scenes with tons of explosions, but they weren’t exactly intelligent battles in my opinion. That’s why I actually liked the part when Tony made tons of stuff because it was a bit of a reminder that Tony Stark is Iron Man because he’s a freakin’ genius. No one handed him that suit and said, “Have fun!” He built the first freakin’ one in a cave.

    But, yeah, knew before they revealed the Mandarin as not the Mandarin that things were not as they seem. Still can’t remember the real bad guys name either… Things did not go as expected with the whole regeneration formula either. I think that stuff just causes insanity, because none of the AIM guy’s actions made all that much sense in the end.

    3 years ago
  21. Can you guys do these kinda of things for every superhero movie? Or at least Game of Thrones?

    3 years ago
    • lol please don’t. I’m currently in denial of all of GoT’s plot holes and unnecessary bits and trying to enjoy it regardless :p

      ……but that would be interesting. GoT from the perspective of our favourite Dothraki Man Warrior.
      “Why did I have to die in such a lame fashion?”

      3 years ago
  22. i want another one of these at the end of season 3 of Game of Thrones Simon.

    Whenever you’re feeling ranty about movies or TV shows or even video games get out the camera and go forth and rant. you don’t have to upload it that day just upload it whenever you want.

    3 years ago
  23. <3

    This was awesome!
    I love all the girly video's, but i an a huge comic book reader.
    How about some video's about your favorite video games? :D yeah? yeah?!

    3 years ago
  24. loved it Siimon. And btw I like comics. i’m a gurl. Booyah-ka-sha! more of these would be awesome! i love Martina, but more of you on Open The Happy would be awesome to!

    3 years ago
  25. we need more of these kinda vids!!!!!!!

    “The best part, though, hands down, was the reveal that the Mandarin, played by Ben Kingsley, wasn’t the exceptionally scary badass that he is in the comics. He was just an actor. Did not see that coming AT ALL. Ben Kingsley looked like him, even with the rings and all. Even when he said he was just acting I was like “Nahh, this is part of Mandarin’s grand scheme! Shit’s about to go down now!” but it didn’t. Really quite hilarious, in fact.”
    this is exactly what i thought!!! i thought that in any second the dude would attack Tony and then talk like his normal self again!! ah~ it was freakin’ hilarious!!!!

    i liked Iron Man 3 but it did leave me feeling a bit ’empty’?
    and watching this i kinda did realise that there are weird parts in the movie i never realised ahaha!!
    and yeah there was not enough badass fighting!!

    whoa Iron Man 2……………………the ending boss fight…….it ended so quickly i was left confused!!!

    3 years ago
  26. I like to think of the “space worms” as giant ugly-ass space wales.

    3 years ago
  27. I liked Iron Man 3 way more than Avengers and it was the best Iron Man out of the trilogy for me…I actually loved how they showed Tony in more human side

    3 years ago
  28. Here is one more thing, one article released just few hours ago in Korea, Iron man 3 will be second movie that more than 10 mil people have watched(FYI, first movie is Avatar, and 10 mil people means there is significant success in Korea where more than 50 mil people live in

    but in this case, Meanwhile there is no another interesting movie and monopoly in movie theater market is also one of the reasons

    3 years ago
  29. Hey Simon since you read all the comics, I wanted to ask. You know how tony removes the arc reactor and shrapnel at the end of Iron man 3? I’m not sure but I thought he needed that to survive? Please explain! I was a bit confused at the end X)

    3 years ago
  30. Please, please do more of this kind of movies!!!!

    I’m a hardcore movie and tv junkie and I loved your critics.

    In addition to your critics:
    – why did the whole movie is set around christmas???? We do have spring and it bothers me so much.
    – where is the awesome AC/DC music? Tony Stark/Iron Man personifies AC/DC so this was also very disappointing.

    3 years ago
  31. I’am really agree when Simon points this is a movie about Tony stark not Iron Man. I think the Writer/director want to answer one of the question “is Tony Stark still an Iron Man when he don’t have his suit on?” but unfortunately they can’t quite answer it. Instead, they answer it with Tony remote controlling his suit with his mind to make him an Iron Man without a suit which didn’t work. In my opinion, they should explained it in more substance matter to capture Iron Man in the person named Tony Stark, to make us feel, altough without a suit on, Tony Stark is still Iron Man.

    Oh one thing, I even come up with alternative tittle for iron Man 3 after watching this video, its called “Tony Stark and his iron Terracotta Warriors”

    3 years ago
  32. Maybe your view of this movie is too Avengers based because it was so awesome that Iron Man 3 was a bit of a let down. I just saw it today and I think it’s alright as well. I did have a lot of moments where I was like, “HOLY $#!T LEGGO MY HOMIE!!!!!!” Maybe that was partially due to some people behind me whistling at all the good parts haha…

    3 years ago
  33. I agree that the fact the Mandarin twist was funny, in the moment, but destroyed the flow of the overall story. In the scenes before the big reveal, the Mandarin was gripping, tense and great. The Mandarin is one of Iron Man’s greatest and long time foe and they turned it into a convoluted joke right in the middle. From then on I could not take Killian seriously. He just seemed like a petty child getting “revenge” and wanting that “HA! I TOLD YOU I’LL BE GREAT” because Stark ignored him. In saying that, I agree with you, Simon, when you rant about the face Killian tried to cockblock Stark in the elevator.

    In saying that, I disagree with your views on PTSD. I felt it was unrealistic and I wasn’t about the empathise. He has anxiety/panic attacks when someone mentions New York but he still lives there, his company is still there and no signs of panic when he’s bloody hell fighting strange lifeforms, yet again. So no, I am not buying his PSTD at all.

    I also didn’t like the way in which they dealt with the ‘little circle of light’ as Tony describes it to Bruce in Avenger’s. It changed his life so entirely. It changed his world view, the direction of his company, his moral compass. He told Bruce that it was a ‘terrible privilege’ and yet in less than 40 seconds of film he disposes of it? The only comfort I got was the line “I’m a changed name now. I AM Iron Man”.

    (I read the comics too! Comic book geek nasties unite *fistpump* They better not mess up Cap2 because Winter Solider, the comic, is awesome!)

    3 years ago
  34. Swearing ramapgeeeeeeeee!

    3 years ago
  35. yay! simon’s open the happy video! i didnt like iron man 3 too. i hope you do video game reviews in the future. =)

    3 years ago
  36. Hi there Simon! ^^ That’s how I see few things you were talking about in the video:

    1. I think Stark needed to wait for the iron man army because the suits were buried in his basement. They had to get them out first.
    2.Tony’s actions are pretty obvious as he is impulsive and cocky person. That’s why people like him. Risky decisions are what makes this film interesting. If he had everything planned so carefully it wouldn’t be interesting to watch, would it? And he didn’t have enough time to return home, everything in there was buried and he had to save Pepper and wice-president…He could have programmed the suits differently though, you’re right.
    3. Well, I think that Tony should have just left Killian in elevator. He didn’t have to stay with him and then lie on purpose,just to make fun out of him. Go and watch that scene again. You have to admit that he was mean.
    4. As for the question why everyone becomes bad and wants to kill their hero Iron Man… I think they have to? If they don’t receive some kind of substance from Killian(actually Maya) they’ll blow up and die. People would do anything in order to survive, eh?
    5. I think that Killian’s objectifs are really confusing here. I don’t fully get it. I just think it was for revenge. And he wanted to become powerful, thanks to the formula he would obtain a great control, he even said something about creating his own country if I remember well. The things he did before (wice-president, Mandarin) had one goal, bringing Stark’s attention to him.

    Greetings! :D

    3 years ago
  37. I love Martina’s makeup videos as much as the next nasty, but we definitely need more geekery like this up in hurr ^^. Our subsect of nasties (nerdsties? that’s awful) appreciate the crap out of these kinds of videos and would love to see more of this kind of thing from both of you!

    I know a lot of nasties tend to relate more to Martina (understandable, 99% of nasties are girls), but it makes me a little sad sometimes that Simon doesn’t get more attention. He’s just as amazing, but I feel like all a lot of people know about him is that he likes ranch and says LIKE A MAN a lot (fanmail packages always so Martina biased, come on guys :_>), video games, etc. It’s like a tantalizing whisper in the wind when you guys mention that kind of stuff, but then it disappears and we’re back to kpop all day err day.

    I guess what I’m trying to say is you guys shouldn’t be worried about posting stuff like this (ESPECIALLY the swearing and loud talking, it feels like I’m hanging out with my friends). I love it!

    TL;DR – MOAR PLS <3

    PS: The fake Mandarin was absolutely the best part of the movie. I'm sure you guys enjoyed the poo joke when he was introduced just as much as I did.

    3 years ago
  38. I ended up watching it anyway (screw assignment, screw crappy internet!!)

    I totally agree with everything you said, bruh!! *pats back* Yea, the plot made no damn sense. Haha, don’t think I can add anything, you spotted almost all the plot holes.

    BUT, isn’t that normal for superhero movies? As the cashier at EB Games once said, “You go to see Transformers and complain about the plot??!! No! You go to see Transformers to see giant robots beating up each other!! If you want a plot, go see a chick flick!”

    I haven’t seen Iron Man I, or Spiderman….in fact I hardly ever watch superhero movies. But when I do, I’m prepared to endure the ridiculous plot holes, for the sake of the the awesome action scenes, CGI, and superhero effects.

    BUT, WHERE WERE MY AWESOME ACTION SCENES??!! Like you said, it was all Tony Stark, and hardly any Iron Man. I’m not a Tony Stark fangirl in spite of his beard so that didn’t do anything for me. There were no OMG-Legolas-just-took-down-an-entire-elephant-by-himself epic fighting. And is it a feminist thing to have the heroine do the finishing blow? Not that I mind, but it’s about as anticlimactic as The Bourne Legacy.

    (I was semi-hoping to see my favourite Jeremy Renner there…since he made a short appearance in Thor…or even Black Widow…but tough luck. Well at least I saw the girl from The Town)

    Also, I was turned off right from the start when they brought in the terrorist act. It’s just personal. Was glad it was fake, but making out foreign cult groups into bad guys in American movies has always been a pet peeve of mine.

    Ah, anything else about that movie….I went to see it just so I could hang out with my friends. Expected nothing. Got nothing.

    BUT: I did like how they gave Tony Stark panic attacks & PTSD. An issue not commonly addressed in media. Much appreciated.

    3 years ago
    • Reading down the comments of this video because I’m a nerd.

      I just wanted to perhaps argue my point about how they handled the terrorist aspects in the movie and say that I actually thought it was quite well done if you really consider it. First off, the directors and writers had to consider that the Mandarin was a highly offensive character to begin with, and they wouldn’t have been able to do it like the comics without offending tons of people. Not only did they make the Mandarin a mix of many terrorist ideals from different cultures (thus not alienating a single culture beyond implying that he was from the middle east but that was coherent with the first movie as the Ten Rings were the people that captured Tony and they were middle eastern so that couldn’t be avoided) but they also made that ‘Terrorist’ ideal part of a misguided American mans ideas. It was Killian’s idea of what a terrorist was that fabricated the mandarin and everything that went into his image and the videos made. It was Killian’s American attitude that shaped the Mandarin and yes it’s offensive in that way but because they did it this way, it’s a social commentary of America’s ideas of the rest of the world. They didn’t just stick in a character modelled after Osama Bin Laden or something and said action, they made it more than that, a dig at America more than a dig at the middle east. I don’t know if you can see it that way, but I really thought it was very well handled.

      3 years ago
  39. I think the way his PTSD was introduced and handled was perfect. I felt it added a lot of character/personality development that, as an Iron Man comic reader and fan, felt was lacking in the first two movies.

    3 years ago
    • I disagree, I think the PTSD could have been handled much better, I’m not sure how, but the main crutch tony uses in the comics is alcoholism. I understand they don’t want to teach kids to drink to get over things, but they could have used some of that in the movie, perhaps in the beginning of the movie, instead of the super crazed- no sleep Tony that we saw.

      3 years ago
      • I think it’s because he bottomed out with the drinking in Iron Man 2? So that wouldn’t have been as effective at expressing the change in his life as if he just started drinking again.

        3 years ago
  40. I was extremely confused with this movie. Can some clarify? Ok so was this it, like is he no longer Iron Man? Because the narration in the beginning and end of the movie really seemed like this was it. And he got his chest removed, and he blew up all of his suits and his house was destroyed and… but isn’t there supposed to be a second avengers? Wasn’t Iron Man in the avengers? Yeah he was because in this movie he reminded us about it every scene with his panic attacks. So will they replace him with Spider Man or something?


    I am so confused.

    3 years ago