Iron Man Movie Review
Iron Man is a 2008 Sci-fi movie. The genius and playboy Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr) is a successful CEO of Stark Industries; a weapon company founded by his father. Tony Stark is a mechanical mastermind whose family motto is, “Peace means having a bigger stick”, but when a trip to Afghanistan goes explosively wrong, his life changes drastically. He’s mortally wounded and captured by the Taliban(terrorists).Unable to bear captivity, he hatches a hi-tech escape plan which also gives birth to his first Iron Man suit which he uses to escape. Back in the U.S, he announces that his company will cease making weapons and he begins work on an improved version of his armoured suit only to find that Obadiah Stane, his second in command at Stark industries, has been selling Stark weapons to the insurgents. He uses his new suit to return to Afghanistan to destroy the arms and then to stop Stane from misusing his research. So how will he do that…?
Iron Man is a movie that you either really like or not like at all. If you are a comic book fan then you might like this movie because the cartoon in the comic comes to life, showing off his shiny and functional armour, but if you are not, then you might find this movie absolutely boring because it has got lot of science fiction in it .As a lifelong iron man fan, I feel this film did the comic book justice. It is easily the best marvel comic book film to date. Even people who were not previously aware of Tony Stark or fans of him now adore Iron Man because of this fantastic movie. Iron Man is an original story in more ways than one; it begins on dangerous ground in the harsh terrain of warzone in Afghanistan, riding in a Humvee with some soldiers in what is presumably Afghanistan. They are attacked and are outgunned (and soldiers are peppered with armour piercing bullets). Stark manages to get away from the vehicle and get cover behind rocks where he tries to call for help, but he gets hit...
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