With the world now aware of his dual life as the armored superhero Iron Man, billionaire inventor Tony Stark faces pressure from the government, the press and the public to share his technology with the military. Unwilling to let go of his invention, Stark, with Pepper Potts and James 'Rhodey' Rhodes at his side, must forge new alliances – and confront powerful enemies.
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Iron Man 2 wasn't bad it just wasn't as good as the first. They set everything up nicely as Whiplash being the main villain and I loved the raceway scene. But then he was taken away for the middle of the movie and Justin Hammer became the main focus despite Whiplash being much cooler. Black Widow was introduced but she was pretty much useless until the end when they need it. The raceway scene was very cool and then they started taking useless scenes and putting them together just to add time to the movie, but luckily tge ending was good. I like Don Cheadle as War Machine thiugh, so that's a plus.
What do you think about Iron-Man, you think its a good thing to have Iron-Man to be in your country or do you it a thing that threatens you and your country. In the movie, Tony Stark the Iron-Man was asked to not appear in Iron-Man once more, but Tony continues to say, this is a private technology that only he has, and it won't be showing in another form, for at least 5-10years. But not until the next week, someone has duplicated his work, to form a Drone Iron-Man, made by an anonymous person. Later, the news reported that the man was Ivan. Ivan had made these Drone Iron-Man under military expert's cover, to make the inventions legal. But the military expert never knows that Ivan was a hacker. The day when the expert brought all these inventions to the Stark Expo, Ivan hacked all the Drone Iron-Mans and fought the REAL Iron-Man. Because of this, Iron-Man has awakened from almost dying. At last, Iron-Man fought all the Drone Iron-Mans, and save the world. So I think if the Iron-Man knows what to do, then it would be a pleasure to have Iron-Man.
I'll never understand why people didn't like this instalment in the MCU. RDJ returns for the role he was born for, we are introduced to the kickass Black Widow, and Mickey Rourke plays a pretty cool villain. Yes, the plot is pretty jam-packed with a lot of different side-plots which can get confusing, but I'd say this a sequel almost as good as the original. Rating: 8/10
Iron Man 2 is the Third film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the second film in the Iron Man Franchise, and sadly its not one of those sequels that surpasses the original. While not terrible, Robert Downey Jr. is still as charismatic as ever and we get some great character introductions from Scarlett Johansson and Samuel L. Jackson, with Don Cheadle replacing Terrance Howard. (which in my opinion was a great replacement) The Story does focus more on The character of Tony Stark, which isn't bad but it's a lot of story and story with little pay off. The action in the end is great, the acting is on par, and Favreau is one of my favorite directors, but the film is just okay. I expected more, but I didn't get anything less.