Here we go again! (Can't we quit while we're ahead?) Of course this thing is absolutely overloaded with Computer Generated blowie uppie stuff, but the film only comes alive when Tony Stark and Colonel Rhodes, for one reason or another, are without their marvelous suits. In particular, we like it when Stark and the little Tennessee boy Harley find a "connection." (You'll laugh.)
The big villain this time is a terrorist called "The Mandarin" but he isn't the only one to challenge our hero. (AND the future of our world as we know it.)
It took thousands of artists to make this, but these guys get their names in the paper:
Thank you Marvel Studio for including the picture of each actor in character when his or her name appears in the credits. What a great thing to do. Of course our packed house at the screening is waaaay too savvy to leave during the (endless production) credits; this is, after all, a Marvel Studio production, so we KNOW there will be a teaser for the next upcoming release. So don't leave, okay?