Iron Man: 3 Movie Collection

Iron Man: 3 Movie Collection

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Director: Jon Favreau, Shane Black, Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow

Cast: Jon Favreau, Shane Black, Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow


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Walt Disney Video
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Performance Credits
Robert Downey Tony Stark
Gwyneth Paltrow Pepper Potts,Virginia "Pepper" Potts
Terrence Howard Lt. Colonel James Rhodes
Don Cheadle Colonel James Rhodes,Lt. Col. James 'Rhodey' Rhodes
Jeff Bridges Obadiah Stane
Guy Pearce Aldrich Killian
Scarlett Johansson Natalie Rushman/Black Widow
Leslie Bibb Christine Everhart
Rebecca Hall Maya Hansen
Sam Rockwell Justin Hammer
Mickey Rourke Ivan Vanko/Whiplash
Samuel L. Jackson Nick Fury

Technical Credits
Jon Favreau Director
Shane Black Director

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Iron Man: 3 Movie Collection 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The narrator of Iron Man was the main character, Tony Stark. It was first-person narrated. The movie was set in the present tense and it took place mostly in California and Afghanistan. The setting was interesting in relation to the actual plot because the idea of his "power suit" and the fact that he could put it together and have it actually work to his advantage seems very futuristic. As I kind of mentioned before the whole movie gave off a somewhat futuristic vibe. The overall theme or message of the movie seems to be about turning bad situations around. He was kidnapped, but he is doing his best to figure out how to get out of this situation and not only survive, but come out on top. I would consider iron man to be science-fiction and also an action movie. Because it had a lot action, I think that it was a little bit more interesting than most science-fiction movies that don't have action in them because it was more thrilling and exciting. I also think that as an action movie, the science-fiction aspect gave it a little bit of an edge because it was more than just fighting and action. It was the discovery and putting the power suit together that made it interesting.The director of Iron Man is Jon Favreau. He’s also directed other famous movies like Cowboys & Aliens, The Jungle Book, and Elf. Iron Man was and still is a very well known movie. There have been sequels and it is very well liked by most people. His other movies are just as popular. Elf is one of the most popular and glorified Christmas movies. The movie is basically about a man names Tony Stark who has a business selling weapons. He gets kidnapped and when he wakes up as a hostage in Afghanistan, he sees that there is a car battery attached to his chest. He realizes that if he works on it a little bit, he can turn it into something is advantageous to him, the “power suit”. Once he gets out of captivity he works on the suit a lot at home and uses a lot of technology to help him transform this suit into something really great and powerful that can make him really great and powerful. I really like this movie. I had actually seen one of the sequels but I never saw the first one. As I said before, the mix of science fiction and action gave the movie a little bit more edge and really kept me interested the whole time. This relates to what we have been studying in Computer Science because of the technology and programming skills Tony Stark needed to have in order to turn the power suit into what he did. First he needed to actually build the suit, but then he needed to code. The type of coding that he did was advanced coding because they code the suit with an interactive system. This movie showed a lot of different ways that technology and HCI could be used to benefit ordinary people. This example may be a little bit far off, but I believe that people will be able code like this in the future.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thought this was a good value. Only thing is, I'm not sure if it was a packaging problem, but on one of my DVDs (Iron Man 3), the shrink-wrap on the outside was melted on to the DVD cover so you can't remove it cleanly. The other DVDs seemed like the cover was slightly warped as well. I'm not sure if this is due to how the item was packaged or from storage so fair warning.