Thursday, May 02, 2013

On "Iron Man 3"


From The Dispatch:
Black takes us away from the "Rock 'em, Sock 'em" robots aesthetic of the first two "Iron Man" films and gives us something that is a bit more of a battle of the minds. Black also stages some of the series' most bruising action sequences, topping anything we've seen in the last two films and rivaling the large-scale destruction of "The Avengers." While Stark's mental state after the events at that film remain underdeveloped (they're more of a convenient plot point than character development), the film manages to portray a world of uncertainty and angst while still delivering something fun and entertaining. 
Click here to read my full review.

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