It is the duty of geeks everywhere to go over certain movies with a fine tooth comb, to look in the background for hidden jokes and Easter eggs, to ponder what throw-away jokes may be deliberate allusions to future plot points or the original material the film is based on
The Neptune Theater in Portland Seattle weighs in on the "Iron Man 2" recasting of Terrance Howard's former role as Jim Rhodes with Don Cheadle. That's cold as ice, Neptune. (But we like it.)
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Just because "Iron Man 2" is out in theaters (and number one at the box office to boot) doesn't mean that you've seen the last of "Iron Man 2" related merchandise. Luckily, most of these tie-ins are pretty glorious, assuming you're still feeling the "Iron Man 2" fever - like this new action
The following are 20 observations, impressions, and thoughts inspired by the motion picture IRON MAN 2, labeled thematically and arranged to form like Voltron into a whole piece, what might be called a "review".
This review is dedicated to Steve Martin and Fred Schepsi.
The premiere of "Iron Man 2" draws nigh for those of us who didn't get special advance screenings (tear), and while reviews have been mixed, we're still hoping for the best. While there's no way to protect your heart from the shrapnel of possible disappointment, you can at least pretend that th
The release of "Iron Man 2" is just a couple of days away, and like everyone else, I'm pretty excited for it. Not just because the first movie was great -- which it was -- but because director Jon Favreau really seems to be making the effort to set his movie in a cohesive, big-screen version of the Marvel Universe
As you probably know, "Iron Man 2" comes out this Friday. So, did you guys all watch that first movie, that "Iron Man" movie? Probably you did, I think, because a lot of people did and you guys are people, and so that works, because of math. Here's a fun fact* about that
Has the promotional campaign for "Iron Man 2" finally gone too far? After the introduction of the Whiplash Whopper - one of the only marketing tools in the entire world guaranteed to turn your bowels into mush - I'm pretty sure we're already over the line, but still, decimating a castle in the name of Tony Stark is a little much.
Alright, so England's Rochester Castle is still intact, but you would hardly