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May 2, 2013


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I think you can make the case that the first "Iron Man" takes a definitive stand of some kind... something about the military industrial complex causing and solving its own problems. Still, it strikes a weird note with its terrorists having no motive, religion or culture, and the series only gets more half-assed from there. I have no idea what Iron Man 3 thought it was doing by making its bad guy a Middle Eastern terrorist with justifiable anger at the United States only to reveal that it was just Old Man Withers trying to scare kids away from his treasure.

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