Six Reasons Why I Think IRON MAN 3 Is A Great Movie.

I have now watched it six times, and each time it seems to get a bit better. In this article I will give six briefly explained reasons why I think Marvel's Iron Man 3 is a great movie.

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By GuardianDevil - 12/7/2013
So the first time I saw Iron Man 3, I liked it but was gravely disappointed. I saw it a second time in the theater and that time I thought it was pretty lame. But about a week ago I bought the DVD and watched and thought it was pretty good, and better than people say. Yesterday I watched it for the fourth time, honestly I loved it! I don't know why it took four times but I think it's because once you accept a movie for what it is and stop whining about what you wanted it to be you begin to like it more. The movie has grown on me quite a bit, I watched it a fifth time just to make sure it was still good. Now I'm watching for a sixth time as I'm writing and still loving it. Anyways, I know this topic is overdone but the movie has really grown on me over time. I give my six briefly explained reasons why I love Iron Man 3.





1) It had a strong script and story.

First and foremost, the reason I like Iron Man 3 a lot is because it is the first and still the only Marvel Studios film that is plot-driven. The vast majority of the Marvel Studios films are character-driven or I guess action-driven (I don't know if that's even a term, but it accurately describes Avengers and Iron Man 2. Not much story or character in those, their claim to fame is eye dazzling action). I'm not saying the other films lack a plot, I'm saying that they are mostly driven by character development. Look at Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk and Thor. Those are all character driven movies, Avengers and Iron Man 2 are what I'd call action driven. Captain America...I don't know, it tries to be character driven but fails at it. In fact it's not "driven" at all and that is one of the reasons why that movie sucked. Anyways I'm getting off topic. Iron Man 3 is the film with the strongest story and the most well thought out plot. Granted, it does copy a lot of it's plot off of Warner Brothers' The Dark Knight Rises. However that does not change the fact that is still the only Marvel Studios movie that is driven by it's plot. Also, I really liked the script and the writing. The dialogue especially from Ben Kingsley is very well written, not to mention well delivered. I thought that the dialogue between characters was excellent as well. The banter between Tony and Rhodey was excellent, the conversations between Tony and Pepper are excellent. The dialogue for Killian and Maya were very good too. In all honesty, aside from the three Nolan Dark Knight films and possibly Spider-Man 2 this movie has one of the most well layered and well written scripts of all time.



2) It took risks and chances and deviated greatly from your standard superhero movie.

The second reason I love this movie, is the way that it took a lot of risks and is vastly different from the norm. If there is one thing I don't like about comic book movies. It's when a director is hired and he merely plays the figure head for what the Studio wants. I love it when directors take risks, make changes, and take a chance on letting their personal flair shine through. I think it's things like those that made Nolan and Singer great. Not to mention Raimi, Burton and now we have Shane Black to add to the ranks. One big thing I disliked about films like Iron Man 2, The Amazing Spider-Man, Thor, The Incredible Hulk, etc. is that they don't do anything new or different. I'm not saying any of those are bad, they are all solid enjoyable films but they all fall into the realm of the generic comic book flick. Something which Iron Man 3 is FAR from. Obviously some directors can take it too far like with Brett Ratner for instance, who just straight up ruined half the series' characters. I'm not talking about doing that, I'm talking about making artistic decisions that reflect the director's personal tone. Because that's what I see movies as, a form of art. An artist who stays in the norm and plays it safe will never be great. I like it when directors express their personal tone as artists. That's what I feel Mr. Shane Black did in this movie. In everything from putting his own spin on The Mandarin, adding in bits of comedy through out, and styling it after his great Lethal Weapon films. Shane Black took a lot of risks and chances with Iron Man 3 and for that I give him props.




3) It took an introspective look into the mind of Tony Stark.

The third reason I think Iron Man 3 was a great film was it's character search into Tony Stark. I feel that Iron Man 3 was a strong plot driven movie but it did have some really strong character arcs. Particularly the one for Tony Stark, it takes a deep look into his mental status after the events of The Avengers. In The Avengers, Iron Man is the one who carries the nuclear missile through the portal into space. He nearly died, all that stress that he pretends isn't there is finally coming out in Iron Man 3. That's just it, he's realizing he's not the only powerful one out there. Previously in Iron Man 2, he was under the impression and belief that he was the world's greatest hero and America's savior. After the events of The Avengers, he is realizing how wrong he is. He is realizing that he is but a mortal man in a universe full of gods, aliens and monsters that he just isn't up to par with. In The Avengers he still acted at first like he was THE main hero, but after Thor made a mockery of him and Loki outsmarted even his great mind, and Cap said "without the suit, what are you!" He saw Hulk in action, and he saw thousands of extra dimensional aliens attack the world, and he saw SHIELD attempt to nuke the island of Manhattan. He also went through a wormhole to the other side of the universe. Facing terrorists, a few business rivals and a pissed off Russian have got nothing on all that. At this point he is realizing that he "is hopelessly, hilariously outgunned" he realizes that unlike in Iron Man 1 & 2, the fate of the country and the world cannot and does not rest on his shoulders any more. He becomes fearful, more driven to the point where he becomes obsessed. He spends all night coming up with more suits, because he finds a gratification in building suits because he knows that he's not tough enough alone. He knows he's not tough enough to be the world's hero but he doesn't want to admit it. So he challenges the world's greatest terrorist The Mandarin to a duel after his friend is nearly fatally wounded in a Mandarin attack. He pays the consequences and soon realizes his fears are in fact, now a reality. His greatest fear is that a villain would take what he loves most and that Iron Man isn't strong enough to win. This comes to be in the course of the film, it is even proven by the final action sequence where Iron Man is losing and can't win without Pepper and his suits. All of that concludes with him admitting he doesn't have the chops to be the hero the world can always call on. He accepts the fact that he is just a human in a world, no I mean a universe full of gods, aliens, monster, mutates and other creatures. He finally accepts the fact that he can't be the world's main hero any more, and he decides to focus on other aspects of life. If that isn't an epic character arc, I don't know what is. 


4) It gave us more of what really makes him Iron Man.

The fourth reason I love this movie is the way it showed us more of what actually makes him Iron Man. One of the major complaints about this movie was that it wasn't an Iron Man movie, but more of a Tony Stark movie. What people are trying to say is that we don't see him in the armor enough, therefore this isn't an Iron Man movie. Well I think that's really dumb because helmets, suits, design, etc. all that IS NOT what defines a character. What defines a character is his arc, his experiences, what he cares about, etc. not a helmet or a costume. I personally thought that this movie showed us what makes him Iron Man just like the first film. We saw him use his intelligence to build weapons to use when his suit wasn't functioning properly. We saw him use more of his genius outside the suit, he lessened his dependance on the suit. What you must realize is that Tony Stark IS Iron Man, not just the suit. The suit and him are one. You must realize that the man made the suit, the suit didn't make the man.



5) The action scenes are spectacular.

The fifth  reason I think this movie is great is the action sequences and the special effects. While this is hardly a reasonable singular reason to love a film, it is more or less "icing on the cake" You see I'm the type that doesn't need to see spectacular action to love a film. Which is why I love the Dark Knight Trilogy, Batman, Batman Returns, X-Men and X-Men: First Class. Great action doesn't automatically mean great movie, but it certainly does contribute and it sure does help. While Iron Man 3 is a great movie with strong script, story and character development. It doesn't lack in the action department. The attack on Tony Stark's Malibu Mansion is amazing, not only the effects but the context of the situation made it great too. It was an incredibly powerful scene, especially when it showed Tony's act of selfless heroism in putting the suit around Pepper and saving her first. Another amazing scene is the one where Iron Man saves the thirteen people falling out of the airplane. But the climax fight was freakin epic! I know some people thought the Extremis soldiers looked stupid, and that the suit army was dumb. I understand and respect that. But personally I thought it was great, it was so cool to see all of the armors fighting at once, I have never seen anything like that before. Also, this was the first time we see Iron Man face a villain that can face and beat him without a ripoff Iron Man suit. But one of my favorite things was when Extremis Pepper got to kick butt, I get that people think it was silly. But it was out of the ordinary, it was different, quite bad-*** if you ask me. 



6) It helped to move along the greater universe, while still managing to have great standalone quality.

The sixth and final reason I think Iron Man 3 was a great entry into the MCU is how it managed to move the plot of the larger universe along while still maintaining tremendous quality as a standalone film. One of the things that makes Captain America: The First Avenger a weak movie in my opinion is the way that it sacrificed it's own quality as a film for the sake of the greater universe. It did this by instead of being an all Captain America movie they pack in things about gods and such. They also try to cram in the tesseract too. (as if it wasn't already introduced in Thor) They shortened Captain America's war time to the point where he was basically fighting for a few months in World War 2. We're supposed to believe he gained all his amazing fighting ability and strategic mind in the matter of a few months? Seriously? They did all that to try and move the greater universe along and get  Cap to the modern age so he can be an Avenger, but it sacrifices so much of it's own story it's not even a good movie. Iron Man 2 is another example of what not to do when trying to expand the universe. Iron Man 2's villain, plot, etc. were all sacrificed for the sake of the SHIELD sub plot and introducing future characters. However, Iron Man 3 manages to be very slick when moving the greater universe to it's next point. Shane Black works the elements of the greater universe into the actual plot of the film instead of writing the story first and then later attempting to cram other random elements into it and messing with the story of the standalone. Black makes it work by incorporating the plot of the greater universe into the individual plot of Iron Man 3. How? Well, we know that Ultron is going to be the next Avengers villain. We know that Tony Stark will be the one to create him. In Iron Man 3, Tony has developed a way to remote control the suit. He has also developed a way for the suits to act on their own will, but still under Tony's command. However, we do see instances of the suits acting out of their own intelligence or not following Tony's commands. We saw Jarvis fly Tony to Miami even when he hadn't commanded him to, Jarvis had the flight plan inside him but he hadn't been commanded to take him there. We also see one of the suits attack Extremis Pepper, and even when Iron Man yells at it and tells it to stop it continues the attack. Clear showings of the suits acting out of their own intelligence and will which will lead to the birth of Ultron. Seeing as Tony destroyed all the suits at the end, it's my guess that the artificial life form known as Jarvis isn't gonna be too happy about that. Anyhow, Iron Man 3 moves the greater universe along but doesn't sacrifice it's individual quality. 




Overall, after six viewings I have come to love this movie. I love it mostly because of how different and unique it is. But great story, character arcs and action help a lot too. In all objectivity I'd say this is around 8.5/10 as a movie, but people hate it for the same stupid reason they hate the X-Men movies. Because it's not 100% the same as the comics...closeness to the comics doesn't mean bulls**t. Quality filmmaking, now that means a lot. That's all that matters because these are called ADAPTATIONS, you must think of all comic book films as alternate universe versions of the characters. Because in all truth, that is what they are. Obviously Iron Man 3 does have it's cons. Harley annoyed me, humor was a tad over the top. The villain while visually cool, his story was just a rehash of previous Iron Man villains. But all films have issues and none of those are unforgivable. 

I understand that a lot of people hate this movie, I respect your opinions and really do see where you are coming from. I am not trying to change anyone else's opinion of Iron Man 3, but I am more stating my own. Thanks for reading my friends!
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Jollem - 12/7/2013, 2:23 AM
good stuff. my two pennies


1. story and script were weird a lot of the time. cringe stuff aplenty

2. didn't pay off. oh, it made money

3. not so much. he's scared of other life in the universe that have weaker tech than he does? and the "does the man make suit or suit make man" thing? really? he's always had an inflated ego. he's always known he was more important than the gun/computer/vehicle/protection he built

4. yes. the jokes that we all love

5. not really. the house got blown up by missiles with some slo-mo. not that great, really. not bad

airplane scene was lamer. superman returns' airplane scene was better

the climax battle was like the finale of a fireworks display, but cut short and some of the fireworks didn't even go off. and it's also raining

i thought of the extremis soldiers as the morlocks from x-3

i don't remember tony actually fighting guy pearce at all

"it was so cool to see all of the armors fighting at once, I have never seen anything like that before."

michael bay says "hello". and he also did it much, much better

hopefully the reboot won't try to take from the dark knight trilogy and other movies. that'd be cool to see a more classic comic book tony
Jollem - 12/7/2013, 2:25 AM
please take no offense. none was intended toward you
DEVLIN712 - 12/7/2013, 3:56 AM
I always have loved Iron Man 3. From the first time in theatres to any of the 4 other viewings.
Not only is it a good comic book movie, it's a good movie. On some occasions I watched it with friends who had no experience of the MCU and they liked it just as an action movie.
That's something all 3 Iron Man films have done well, you don't have to be a comic book fan to like them, they appeal to everyone.

Good write up BTW
MexicanSuperman - 12/7/2013, 6:28 AM
It's good but not great. There is a lot of stupid stuff in the movie that brings it down a few notches like the main suit is used as a joke throughout the movie, kid scenes, Pepper killing the real Madarian, Tony not being in the suit when saving people on the plane, and there is more. I do like it more than Ironman and Ironman 2, but Ironman is a beter film. I never cared for Tony Stark at all, but I did in Ironman 3.
MexicanSuperman - 12/7/2013, 6:29 AM
* is a better film.
cipher - 12/7/2013, 8:01 AM
I said it when it first came out.. and, despite the fact that I generally don't like repeating myself (whether positive or negative), I'll say it again- I really liked it. Now, I understand that I may have painted a big ol' target on my back by saying that..

But, I'm not the sort to lunge for anybody's throat over a bloody opinion. Never was, never will be. Some didn't like the film.. cool. I get that. Just, y'know.. not the face, okay? You can kick me in the bollocks all you want 'cause of my opinion.. but don't hit my pretty face. My smile is one of my greatest assets, dammit. And my charm.
cipher - 12/7/2013, 8:02 AM
And don't pull my f*cking hair, either. You know how hard it is to locate all the split ends when it's this long? It's enough to drive you mad.

;P
aRandomSinisterClone - 12/7/2013, 8:08 AM
ummmmm, NO
ckal - 12/7/2013, 8:08 AM
I did not like the final battle at all. It was underwhelming, the other suits were lame, and Killian being killed by Pepper was [frick]ing retarded.
ckal - 12/7/2013, 8:08 AM
I would have much rather seen no house party protocol in the movie at all.
PeterDarker121 - 12/7/2013, 8:21 AM
SICK article...and the reason the haters of this film can't really respond with credible refutes is because they ONLY SAW IT ONCE.

They got tight when 'The Mandarin' twist came about and certainly didn't pay money to see the film again.

I've spoken to IM3 Haters who speak as if they saw another film entirely....and NO...not like we disagree...I mean it's like they saw different PEOPLE and ACTORS in A LITERALLY DIFFERENT FILM.

AMAZING article and right on. I Implore those that saw the film ONCE to go back and see it again.
mattattack - 12/7/2013, 8:21 AM
lol
SauronsBANE - 12/7/2013, 8:24 AM
I think more and more people are starting to realize that Iron Man 3 isn't the blasphemous, horrible film so many people (including me) thought it was when it first came out.

Sure, the Mandarin thing is still really, really lame, the jokes get way too in-your-face after a while, for some reason the CGI is terrible in spots, the whole "Tony is traumatized by The Avengers and keeps having weird panic attacks" thing felt very forced and nonsensical, and the ending montage where they magically heal Pepper of her Extremis and Tony somehow is able to get his arc reactor fully removed came across as rushed and completely cheap.

Those are things that, for me, repeat viewings can't really fix. But I am able to appreciate the other things from the movie, like how it made a huge effort to wrap up the trilogy. The story was much more focused this time around, and it was centered mostly on Tony's character.

So while not as bad as people made it out to be, it's still not the best MCU film ever. I'd say it's a 6.5 or 7 out of 10.
GuardianDevil - 12/7/2013, 8:24 AM
@Jollem
I love Michael Bay's movies, I'm probably in the minority who thought his trilogy was great. Transformers and Dark of the Moon were great IMO, Revenge of the Fallen was decent. While you are right and I hadn't thought of that I stand by my statement that I loved the final action scene.

Also #4 isn't talking about his personality and jokes, it's talking about his genius and what makes him Iron Man isn't a suit it's using his mind.

I liked the Malibu Mansion scene because of the emotional impact it had on the characters.



Anyways, appreciate the comment and thanks for being respectful and not just tearing me apart like a lot would. I understand where you're coming from, I really do (because I was disappointed too at first) I simply disagree. Like I said I'm not trying to change anyone else's view of Iron Man 3 I am just defending my own view of it.
nach1wan - 12/7/2013, 8:24 AM
i loved iron man 3 on the first time, but i had exactly the same issue with man of steel. i still hate mos' flashbacks but the rest is pretty damn good
breakUbatman - 12/7/2013, 8:24 AM
Personally I disagree with points 3 and 4

In my opinion every single Iron Man story arc has been a repeat of what was established in the first movie. The realization that he wasn't the only hero in the world was the whole point of his team up with Rhodey in IM2 and the entire Avengers.

Point 4 to me felt less like giving us more of what made him Iron Man. His process in the first movie was very deliberate and methodical, he was a perfectionist its why he went from MKI to the next and the next, he's a problem solver but in this one he just settles for crap tech.



But more importantly for me

this goes against all the Iron Man without the suit jive they tried to feed us

This comes to be in the course of the film, it is even proven by the final action sequence where Iron Man is losing and can't win without Pepper and his suits.
mattattack - 12/7/2013, 8:25 AM
This movie is utter shit. I actually had high hopes for this one and saw it opening night. I remember being confused about the tone of the film. I remember seeing an epic trailer that was going to show a true show down with consequences and MANDARIN. By the time Trevor showed up, people (myself included) booed and I was immediately pissed. The script is poor, the acting is ok I guess, and the "arc" so to speak is dumb and not fully fleshed out.

Another example of why third films in trilogies usually run out of gas and become crap.
mattattack - 12/7/2013, 8:25 AM
MOS was a thousand times better.
SauronsBANE - 12/7/2013, 8:26 AM
And I wholeheartedly agree about the "repeat viewings" aspect of it too, it's pretty much a mantra of mine. IMO, one can't form a solid opinion of any movie if you just see it once. The raw emotions almost always gets in the way the 1st time around, and it can really change how one looks at the movie as a whole, even if there's a lot of good stuff in there too.
dannybosa - 12/7/2013, 8:27 AM
@mattattack

when i saw the movie people laughed when Mandarin was revealed to be Trevor
GuardianDevil - 12/7/2013, 8:28 AM
@mattattack
I totally agree that MOS was way better. Man of Steel is one of the best movies I've ever seen.

HOLY F*CK I just realized I made the main.
Batmaniac - 12/7/2013, 8:28 AM
I never left the cinema feeling that I knew Tony better than I already did. In fact, I'd say Tony has been the same guy from the end of Iron Man to the end of Iron Man 3. The whole "Is the man or the suit?" wasn't necessary, since I feel that question was answered in Iron Man and Iron Man 2.

The twist wasn't anything new either, since it was done in Batman Begins & The Dark Knight Rises, and lightly done in Iron Man when it was revealed Stane was behind Tony's kidnapping.

I'd say it gave me less of really makes him Iron Man, since he spent a lot more time out the suit than before. I think the movie showed me more of what made him Tony Stark, not Iron Man. I, however, don't mind that, but what did disappoint me was that nearly every time he was in the suit, it fell apart.

I do however agree that the action was great (especially the plane rescue scene) and it did help movie the Universe along, since the Extremis has played a expanded role in the MCU with Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D and I'm sure AIM will to.

All in all, I like Iron Man 3 and I think its a good film, but I don't think its a great movie, and there are quite a few things I don't like. All in all, I'd give it a 7/10.
JoeMomma29 - 12/7/2013, 8:29 AM
This movie is a turd! This third installment just dismisses the first two movies. And putting the Mandarin twist aside there were so many plot holes and pure stupidity it made my head spin. Oh yeah to bad Tony did not know in the first two movies that this is all he needed for a cure.




dellamorte1872 - 12/7/2013, 8:31 AM
3 + 4 seem kinda similar i'd combine them and just say 5 reasons.....

on a personal level - you cant convince me, im just not a fan. i felt like it tried way too hard to be different that it stopped being IRON MAN and simply was just TONY STARK i see the romanticized metaphor you speak of but other films have done it and done it better. like BATMAN BEGINS. bruce is batman regardless of costume, same as SUPERMAN. so then? other than that you have a weird take on MANDARIN that mixes in about 2% of actual extremis continuity. and what do you get? a convoluted mess that needed to be rushed along to ride on the coat tails of the AVENGERS financial success. if anything i thought IM3 was a prime example of a bad CBM b/c BLACK didnt care about source really and it shows. this is a watered down version of IRON MAN the PC one.
cipher - 12/7/2013, 8:32 AM
Good job on makin' main, by the way.
JoeMomma29 - 12/7/2013, 8:32 AM
@ JJ63

Sorry forgot to tell nice write you can tell you put a lot of thought into your editorial, even though I do not agree.
ComradeGrey - 12/7/2013, 8:33 AM
No one gives a [frick]. The fact that you hated it at first means you're a terrible critic of art and you can't avoid letting your personal biases get in the way of actually taking the work for what it is. If you weren't such a blithering, stubborn jackass, you would have seen all six of these qualities and more upon the first viewing. Instead you jumped on the fanboy bitchwagon. This is why Hollywood doesn't give us nice things.
GuardianDevil - 12/7/2013, 8:37 AM
@Comradegrey
Damn, somebody's on their period today!
dellamorte1872 - 12/7/2013, 8:37 AM
MARVELs forced comedy erodes all their quality films even the good ones get lower numbers in my opinion b/c of the shoehorning comedic tones forced in
GuardianDevil - 12/7/2013, 8:37 AM
^tru
SauronsBANE - 12/7/2013, 8:39 AM
Yeah, don't pay any attention to ComrateGrey's little comment there. Absolutely ridiculous. Not sure if he's being sarcastic or actually believes what he wrote, but safe to say those are the types of comments that we all can properly ignore.
JoeMomma29 - 12/7/2013, 8:41 AM
@ JJ63

LOL! Yeah that tends to happen on this site you speak your mind. Someone will always attack you and harass you and call you troll etc......

I did not like IM3 at all but my son loved it, I could not imagine me sitting there yelling at my son or my son yelling at me on who is right.
mattattack - 12/7/2013, 8:42 AM
@ dannybosa

That's almost worse hah. It's the goddamn Mandarin. That's like Nolan making the same twist with The Joker. People would loose their shit but cause IM films are comedic, a lot of people let it slide. I wonder how Fav felt about the way they treated Mandarin.

@jj63

I don't get the hate that film gets. Is it a triumph? No. Is it much better than Superman Returns? YES. Did they handle the main protagonist better than they did in this shit show? YES. Was Zod a better antagonist than Adrian? YES. A thousand times [frick]ing yes.

Literally everything is better in MOS when you compare the two.
TheMarvelWay - 12/7/2013, 8:43 AM
Iron Man 3 was a Turkey. But some films people want to like no matter what they are.
Like John Carter was better than Iron Man 3 but got panned while some reviewers actually like Iron Man. Note I said reviewers because many newspapers laid off their real critics years ago.
So the film review process has been greatly compromised. If Iron Man 3 were out in the 80s or 90's it would had the same reviews as Superman IV The Quest For Peace, Supergirl, Steel and Batman and Robin.
Iron Man 3 makes Spider-Man 3 look perfect!
GuardianDevil - 12/7/2013, 8:48 AM
@mattattack
I don't know why MOS gets hated either. I thought it was excellent from start to finish, and I wholeheartedly agree that it was way better than Iron Man 3. MOS was easily the best CBM of the year.
JoeMomma29 - 12/7/2013, 8:48 AM
To me the problem with IM3 it really kills the whole setup for the previous films.

The Ten Rings went out the window with he whole Mandarin twist.

Also we know Ironman only exists because of Tony's heart condition, he needed the reactor to live and yet power his suit. The second movie the reactor was not working good enough and Tony had to find another way to live granted finding the new element was stupid the way it was set up but bam we have Tony living again and a more powerful Ironman.

Then the third movie removes all that by having Tony cured with a magnet and tweezers. SMH! To me that just kills the whole story of Ironman and what make him cool

Imagine if Batman was to find out that his Parents survived and were just in hiding, come on that kills the premise of what he does why he exists.
JoeMomma29 - 12/7/2013, 8:50 AM
@ Nomis.

LOL! I thought Superman Quest for Peace was a masterpiece!
Nomis - 12/7/2013, 8:50 AM
IRON MAN 3 is one of the worst COMIC BOOK MOVIES ever made!

It contradicts itself and the previous Iron Man movies that came before it.

It's another black eye on Comic Book Movies everywhere and is a crime against Man and God .

Years to come it will be linked with those other universally panned Comic book movies such as Superman IV, Howard the Duck, Batman and Robin, Spiderman 3, Catwoman and Ghost Rider

What do all of these movies have in common:















They are all indefensibly Bad!

Stop trying to put cologne on a piece of turd, because no matter how hard you try, it still going to stink!
GuardianDevil - 12/7/2013, 8:50 AM
@JoeMomma
I know right? There are always people who are gonna hate me cuz they disagree, no biggie that's just life!
Nomis - 12/7/2013, 8:51 AM
@ Joe Yeah, a masterpiece of crapola! :)
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