Road to Avengers Infinity War | The best and worst of Iron Man 2


Don’s War Machine was quite likeable in this film. The villains
MCU has always had a problem with creating strong villainous characters and it was quite evident in the early films as well. The Iron Suit will see a further upgrade in the Avengers Infinity War. is also introduced as a part of the story, so the base of Avengers can be set up. Being his arrogant but proud self, RDJ’s Iron Man was an instant hit in 2008 and he maintained that winning streak in the sequel as well. In addition to all of that, S.H.I.E.L.D. Natasha is introduced as the conventionally good-looking lawyer but it is later revealed that she is an assassin. Matching up to the standard of Iron Man was an impossible task to start with, but the makers tried to recreate the magic that had hit the bull’s eye in 2008. Robert Downey Jr
This was the man we all went in to see and he did not disappoint. 2. 4. 3. Convoluted story
Iron Man 2’s storyline has way too many things going on at the same time. Mickey Rourke’s Ivan Vanko and Sam Rockwell’s Justin Hammer were both disappointing villains. Also Read: Road to Avengers Infinity War | The best and worst of The Incredible Hulk
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The superhero films are sold on the action sequences, that’s what the audience goes in for and while Marvel gave a spectacle in Iron Man (2008), the sequel only had two major action scenes. With Avengers infinity War releasing, here’s looking back at the best and the not-so-great things about Iron Man 2. Monaco Grand Prix scene
The Grand Prix scene when Mickey Rourke’s Ivan Vanko corners Tony Stark’s car is truly one of the best scenes in the film. Robert Downey Jr’s Tony Stark aka Iron Man was just as charismatic in this 2010 film. The best things about Iron Man 2:
1. 2. 5. His War Machine avatar is being controlled by the bad guys but his interest lies in saving Stark and humanity. And not just because he’s going up against Tony Stark but also because his character had no stakes in the bigger picture. Tony can’t get out of the mess but just at the right moment Pepper Potts and Happy Hogan arrive to save Tony. Stark’s portable suit
Up until then, we had just seen Tony Stark’s Iron Man suit in the first movie and it blew us away so watching him adorn the portable suit in the Grand Prix scene left us amazed. Natasha’s introduction
Scarlett Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow was introduced in this film and while at the time we did not know that she was going to be an important part of the MCU, she still managed to leave an impact. Black Widow, played by Scarlett Johansson, was introduced in Iron Man 2. The Monaco Grand Prix scene and the climax scene where Iron Man and War Machine go against Vanko were great to look at but it was too little action for a big superhero film. Related News
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Terrence Howard played this role in the first film but starting with Iron Man 2, this role has been played by Don Cheadle. 2018-04-19T07:16:26+05:30″>
Published: April 19, 2018 7:16:26 am

As we get ready for Avengers Infinity War, here’s looking back at Iron Man 2. Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man was the latest craze and Iron Man 2 had a lot of expectations riding on it and even though it was quite a success at the time, the film had its flaws. On one hand, we have a story about securing a defence contract, on the other hand, there is this whole other deal about Vanko avenging the Stark family. A superhero who was a “genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist” and was the epitome of charisma, bowled over the audience all over the world and 20 films on, still continues to do so. Three not-so-great things about Iron Man
1. So, it was very natural that the sequel of Iron Man was highly awaited at the time. In Iron Man 2, we are given Mickey Rourke’s Ivan Vanko and Sam Rockwell’s Justin Hammer.