Iron ManBlu-ray Disc - 2011
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Terrance Howard played Tony Stark’s friend, Jim Rhodes, in the first Iron Man movie. However, he was replaced by actor Don Cheadle in the next movie (for several supposed reasons, including salary and concern about his performance in the first film). What followed was a long road back and after I... Read More »
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yellow_wombat_16 thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over
ISAAC ARLEY HANSON thinks this title is suitable for 11 years and over
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I am Iron Man. You think you're the only superhero in the world? Mr. Stark you've become part of a bigger universe. You just don't know it yet. - Nick Fury
Tony Stark was able to build this in a cave with a bunch of scraps. - Obadiah Stane
My old man had a philosophy. Peace by definition means having a bigger stick than the other guy so, I feed the good dog. We arm the good guys because you can be sure as s@#t someone is arming the bad guys. - Tony Stark
Is it better to be feared or respected? I say.....is it too much to ask for both? Some people prefer the weapon you never have to fire. I respectfully disagree. I PREFER the weapon you only have to fire once. That's how dad did it, that's how America does it....and it's worked out pretty well so far.
Sexual Content: A lot of sexual content between Tony and numerous girls
Frightening or Intense Scenes: Tony is captured by terrorists. When he refuses to build a weapon for them, they hold his head underwater. In a brief but graphic scene, we see the arc-reactor implanted in Tony's chest. Terrorist's throw a man on the ground and threaten to shoot him, while his wife and kids watch (Iron Man saves his life.) Multiple intense battle scenes.
Sexual Content: Tony has a reputation as a womanizer. Within the first 15 minutes, we see him rolling around on a bed with a woman he just met. Not 10 minutes later, he is on a plane watching as skimpily dressed women dance around a pole.
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Billionaire inventor Tony Stark has a change of heart about his life's purpose after a terrifying experience as a hostage in Afghanistan.
Through the innovation and evolution of high-tech suits Mark I, Mark II and Mark III, industrialist Tony Starks assumes responsibility for defending the world.
Playboy and wunderkind genius Tony Stark, who has inherited the defense contractor Stark Industries from his father, is in war-torn Afghanistan with his friend and military liaison, Lieutenant Colonel James Rhodes (Terrence Howard) to demonstrate the new "Jericho" missile. Stark is critically wounded in an ambush and imprisoned in a cave by the terrorist group the Ten Rings. An electromagnet built by fellow captive Dr. Yinsen (Shaun Toub) keeps the shrapnel in Stark's chest from reaching his heart and killing him. Ten Rings leader Raza (Faran Tahir) offers Stark freedom in exchange for building a Jericho missile for the group, but Tony and Yinsen agree Raza will not keep his word.