Iron Man 2 – Movie Review Linda Randall – Jon Favreau Justin Theroux Stan Lee Robert Downey Jr Don Cheadle Mickey Rourke Scarlett Johanasson Gwyneth Paltrow Sam Rockwell Samuel L Jackson
marvel comics – Stan Lee created the characters long ago and little boys would rush to the local grocery store to buy a new comic book.
Iron man 2 comes to life with twice the action, suspense, and thrills, with great stunts and dialog this movie should receive some oscars.
Performances from the actors were amazing, it was believable.
Sitting on the edge of your seat, the camera shots were kind of strange when Robert Downey Jr is surrounded by people wanting his autograph, it gave you a clausterphobic feeling and that’s just what the director Jon Favreau wanted you to feel.
To be a star, but for a moment then breathe a sigh of a relief as he gets away from the crowd and into his quiet modern computerized lab.
the cool graphics and techniques for building machines and new scientific gizmos was awesome.
The part with Robert Downey Jr finding out something about his father, was very touching, brought a tear to my eye.
It’s not often that an action packed movie creates and stirs all sorts of emotions in you, but this one did.
I want to see it again, there was so much action that I missed some of it.
The shots were kind of dark in the fight scenes and hard to decipher, but it was very well done.
The story moves effortlessly, the editing is superb in this movie, everything is in its right place and the soundtrack is my favorite
bands and classic rock – AC/DC songs.
I look forward to seeing more screenplays written by Justin theroux for his are witty, smart and fun.
Jon Favreau you are an amazing director and you deserve an Oscar for this shoot!
I have to say Scarlett Johansson you are one hell of a sexy black widow and your stunts were so cool and different.
It’s great when a woman does different stunts, I’ve never seen them in any movie, but some were from Diva’s wrestling.
I somehow think that Mickey Rourke gave some advice for those moves because I’ve seen them on WWE and they were fantastic in the movie.
Gwyneth you are the perfect office, ceo, kind, caring and trying to handle Robert was so believable and funny too!
I give this movie a 10 out of 10 and I’d suggest you take the whole family.
There’s lots of action but not really any violence, so I would recommend it for children ages 9 and up. (especially if they watch WWE wrestling – it’s the same form of violence as on one of their shows – good vs bad)