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Plagued with worry and insomnia since saving New York from destruction, Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), now, is more dependent on the suits that give him his Iron Man persona -- so much so that every aspect of his life is affected, including his relationship with Pepper (Gwyneth Paltrow). After a malevolent enemy known as the Mandarin (Ben Kingsley) reduces his personal world to rubble, Tony must rely solely on instinct and ingenuity to avenge his losses and protect the people he loves.


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Genre: Action , Adventure , Science fiction

Director: Shane Black

Producer: Jon Favreau, Louis D'Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Stan Lee, Dan Mintz, Kevin Feige, Charles Newirth, Alan Fine, Stephen Broussard

Cast: Ben Kingsley, Gwyneth Paltrow, Robert Downey Jr., Jon Favreau, Don Cheadle, Guy Pearce, James Badge Dale, Rebecca Hall

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  • (Male)

    ages 12+ | Worth Your Time

    I read some reviews that stated the movie was slow/boring until the final battle scene. I completely disagree. I think the movie itself was very engaging and interesting, but the final battle went over-the-top and actually detracted from the rest of the film.

    I do agree with other reviewers that the villians were a bit over-powered, but it is a super hero flick and I did my best to let that go. Other than said power, I was impressed with the character and motivation of the villain. I also felt that there were several positive moral lessons in the movie, which was a pleasant surprise.

    As an action flick, the movie does contain quite a bit of violence and killing. As a movie about Tony Stark, it also includes inferences to being a billionaire playboy. There are several brief scenes of women in bikinis and some references to drug use. I do, however, feel that even young teens can handle the content without issue.

    8 Thanks ·
  • (Male)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    Here's the thing with the Iron Man movies. Each movie progresses with film making and technology for the visuals so each merits at least one watch if not several. This movie showed some serious progression in the suits and Robert Downey Jr. doesn't miss a beat as Tony Stark.

    I'm under the opinion that the entire movie was entertaining, had fun dialogue, and we really see Tony Stark in a new light. We've known he's awesome with the suit on and great at building stuff but this movie shows his genius from an extemporaneous side.

    Some things about the villains were brilliant, mainly their strategy with the media and exposure and ruling from a distance. But other things were a bit too farfetched. The extreme amounts of heat and how much their bodies could take before they died was somewhat ludicrous. I felt like I was watching the T-1000 from Terminator. They just wouldn't die!

    There are some scenes with women in bikinis and revealing night gowns, but for the most part, the sexuality isn't a huge issue. The violence on the other hand is more mature but puts on a nice facade of being appropriate for younger crowds because of the impressive visuals.

    That's my take on it.

    5 Thanks ·
  • (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Very surprised by these reviews. I don't think you can go into these movies without doing your research and reading some comice books or even using WIKI to get the backstory on the Mandarin and his rings and how his powers work. Same with Iron Man being a "Detective" in this movie. If you don't know anything about the back story of the two main characters of course it will come off as boring and all build up. I was very impressed and fascinated by every minute of this movie great action great humor and one of the best battles ever at the end. The great thing about the movie is they actually stayed true to the comics and got back to the roots of what made these characters so unique and intriguing. This is a must watch if you are even somewhat intrigued by the roots of the iron man character and the Mandarin. Do some research if you must or just have a imagination.

    4 Thanks ·
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  • (Male)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    Iron Man 3 was entertaining from start to finish. Stunning visuals with an all-out battle scene at the end. A little too out-there for me in some parts, but still an impressive amount of imagination was brought onto the big screen here.

    Tony Stark is given a fair amount of character development in this movie and RD Jnr pulls it off well. Not as good as the first of the franchise, but I'd consider it better than IM2.

    For parents: There's a lot of violence in this movie, albeit bloodless for the most part. I noticed several references to drug abuse and sex in what seemed to be a crack house. Overall the movie has some questionable content for younger audiences and I'd recommend checking the content a little more if you've got an Iron Man Jnr begging you to take them to see the movie.

    3 Thanks ·
  • (Male)

    ages 11+ | Worth Your Time

    Lots of cool machines inflicting lots of mostly bloodless violence, but at the heart is a great buddy movie between Tony Stark and a kid. Our 9yo (who was already up-to-date on the other Marvel-Avenger films) thought it was too loud.

    3 Thanks ·
  • (Male) Deseret News Critic

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Strong, character-driven installment of a very good franchise. Too much innuendo, however.

    2 Thanks ·
  • (Male)

    ages 14+ |

    I loved every minute of this. It was typical Iron Man, with the entertaining Tony Stark humor. The plot takes place after the Avengers battle in NYC, which keeps haunting Tony. The only thing that was odd about the movie is that after fighting a practically armageddon-style battle against aliens from another dimension, Iron Man seems to have trouble fighting a single human being. The villain in this was rather odd I thought.

    The movie does have one scene of an ex-girlfriend of Tony's in her underwear (briefly), and has some language. For that reason I put it at 14+. It is definitely worth your time though!

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  • (Male)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    I really enjoyed this movie. Much better than the second one. The one-liners are through out the movie make this movie a fun ride and very entertaining. The ending has a good message.

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  • (Male)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    So I saw...Iron Man 3
    The most important thing that needs to be understood about films is that their goal usually is to not only entertain but get people emotionally invested in the characters and make you experience the film. On that front Iron Man 3 succeeds tremendously. On other fronts the film has major problems. The film is set during Christmas time for no good reason. What I mean by that is that overall it serves no purpose. The panic attacks Tony Stark suffers from his experience in The Avengers, albeit nice character bits, has zero bearing on the actual plot of the film. The first twist on the film, which you've probably heard of by now, works. What happens to Pepper on the other hand is ridiculous. It is worth a watch but not in IMAX or 3D.

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  • (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    I did not grow up with comic books, and the draw isn't there for me as much as it may be for other 30 something males. Having said this, Iron Man 3 was entertaining. The characters were charismatic, the dialogue was funny, and the action was incredible.

    My criticisms of the movie are not few. The story was trite, there were plot holes and unanswered questions, and many moments that pushed my suspension of disbelief over the edge. But I found myself fully engaged throughout the show, laughing and pulling for Tony Stark.

    I wouldn't bring kids under 14 to this film. There are adult situations, implied drug use, an execution, and portrayals of scantily clad women as sex objects.

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  • (Male)

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Though I didn't know the background story on the Mandarin, I enjoyed the show. Great film and effects as usual, great plot, great cast, and outstanding lines. As for the focus of the film (Tony Stark) it ove deeper into who he is, his mistakes, his character, and rise to success. The film is a bit more violent than the preceding two and girls in bikini's are a must in this series, so wouldn't fully recommend taking small children to watch it. Overall, great movie.

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  • (Male)

    ages 14+ | Not Worth Your Time

    I actually saw Iron Man 3 last night. I went in pretty excited to see this movie and left pretty disappointed. This movie starts slow and crescendos to the final battle scene. In between we see Tony Stark put on his Iron Man suit one time when his house gets blown to smithereens and then he doesn't put it on again until about 80-90 minutes into the movie. And the suit he puts on doesn't work very well because it's a prototype. 75% of the movie Tony Stark is more of a detective than he is a super hero as he teams up with some annoying 12 year old boy from some hick town in Tennessee (who just happens to be an electronic "genius") to figure out what is going on with Mandarin, the bad guy, who is blowing up everything in sight. When you find out about the "twist" of Mandarin you will roll your eyes! By the time the "big" battle comes at the end I was so ready for the movie to end I didn't care. The final battle is cool but waiting for almost 2 hours to get to the final battle was kinda tough to sit through. There's some good humor but this movie pales in comparison to the first Iron Man and isn't even in the same universe as Avengers. The "pay off" scene after the credits is okay but doesn't build any bridges for any future movies (whether it's Iron Man 4 or Avengers 2 or any other super hero movie.) If you must see this movie see the matinee so you won't feel like you wasted your money paying full price. I'm not sure why so many critics are giving this movie good reviews. I know I'm in the minority but I think if people step back and take off their "Iron Man glasses" they will see that this movie is kinda boring and falls flat. And I'm a big Iron Man fan! I give this movie 2 out of 4 stars.

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  • (Female)

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    After the experience in New York Tony Stark looks a little bit lost, however I like how this Iron Man shows a Tony Stark being a hero without his Iron Man shield. The movie overall tries to leave a moral lesson which is nice. It is a good movie. Worth your time.

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  • (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    I found this movie to be pretty entertaining. It shows Tony Stark in the light of the Avenger's movie where he is terrified of the unknown. I think this was a top notch movie, but there were a few things that bugged me. It seemed like the Iron Man suit that is basically indestructible in the first two movies fell apart whenever anything sneezed on it. There were lots of suits that would fly in from the rafter's to save the day. But I found myself thinking, "Just put on one of the old suits so it will hold up". Good call by the producers to make Gwenyth Paltrow more of the plot line.

    I took my kids to this movie, ages 8 and 10 and didn't feel uncomfortable at all at them being there. While the movie has a lot of violence in it, it is all comic violence, which I personally am not nearly as bugged by as I would be the blood and gore from a Game of Thrones type show.

    I put this as the first must see for the year!

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  • (Male)

    ages 12+ | Worth Your Time

    Awesome movie, would recommend this movie to anyone. I enjoyed this film a lot more than the first two. Clever, funny, entertaining movie.

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  • (Female)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    i think i went into the movie with too high expectations after the avengers. i did miss jon favreau as the director and there was no significant plot twist, which was a let down. the movie is definitely worth your time. expect violence reminiscent of superhero movies.

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  • (Male)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    I enjoyed this movie. It was funny, full of action and entertaining. I wouldn't take younger kids to this because there are references to drugs and parts that portray women in lingerie as sex objects.

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  • (Male)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    Although this movie had its flaws I thought it was the best of the Iron Man movies so far. I thought the entire movie was thrilling, entertaining, funny and easily understood. I felt on edge the entire time. Even my wife, who isn't a comic book movie person, liked this movie in comparison to the first two.

    WARNING - MAJOR SPOILERS: Like others I would have liked to see more action from the new Iron Man machines. I didn't like how weak they seemed though. In the first and second movies it took quite a lot of fighting/damage to destroy one of his suits whereas in this one we see a lot get destroyed in just a few min. My biggest objection to the movie was when he destroyed all of his suits less than a minute after killing his enemy when throughout the movie people who seemed to be dead weren't actually dead (forget the fact that at any time aliens and a whole bunch of other bad guys could easily attack and these suits might come in handy).

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  • (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    I can only compare this one to the first two. Was it as good as the previous two? No - the villain was weak and the storyline wasn't well thought out. However, RDJr. was still very entertaining. My wife and I found ourselves laughing out loud more than once. Worth your time? Yeah. Just don't go into it expecting a masterpiece.

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  • (Male)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    Iron Man 3 was solid. The lines were brilliant, the action was fun, and it was very clean. There were one or two bits I really didn't like or thought they could have changed but beyond that it was definitely worth it. I saw some of the previous reviews and I don't feel like the movie was lacking action because of a 'detective' side story. No offense to previous writers. I personally found it very entertaining and though the story isn't amazing, I didn't feel it was too bad. A good start for the other superhero movies that are coming out this summer.

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  • (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    For those wondering, I first want to say that there is a brief funny clip after the credit, but I don't think it's worth sticking around for. It has nothing to do with anything really.

    I'm surprised by the criticism here. I actually really enjoyed Iron Man 3. I guess I didn't go expecting to see Tony Stark in the Iron Man suit the whole time, though. I will admit that there were many times throughout the movie that things were very unbelievable, but you get that with most movies these days, especially super hero movies. If you don't like watching movies where you have to suspend your disbelief then you probably shouldn't be watching most movies ever made.

    The final battle was epic and there was plenty of action throughout. I felt like the story had me engaged the entire time. It felt like they really brought things to a finish at the end though. That doesn't mean there couldn't be another sequel, but I don't think there will be.

    I definitely enjoyed the movie and think it was worth my time.

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  • (Male)

    ages 16+ | Not Worth Your Time

    Iron Man 3 is way too violent for family audiences. I really enjoyed the Avengers last year, but this Marvel outing just felt dull. Tony Stark is as funny as ever, but his clever one-liners couldn't lift the movie out of uninteresting and unappealing. The story about the Mandarin and the regenerating psychopaths was just too much for me. And there is quite a bit of profanity as well. Save your time and money on this one, and hope that the next Marvel movie, Thor 2, is worthwhile.

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  • (Male)

    ages 13+ |

    Good, but not as good as the first two. The baddies were too unbelievable in their super powers.

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  • (Male)

    ages 13+ | Not Worth Your Time

    Despite how true any of this movie may be to the comics or how well this movie's storyline may be explained (in some people's opinion), like most people that will be going into this movie, they will not have done their "research" and neither did I. (As I, or anyone for that matter shouldn't have to.) I am also not familiar with the source material for the Iron Man character (you know, the comic books.) I felt that the director did a very poor job of explaining the story. Apparently you have to be somewhat familiar with the iron man comics to enjoy this movie more fully; well, no one had to with Iron Man 1. In short, if the movie has to be explained, before hand, it's not a good movie.

    As is in the description, Tony must rely on his instinct and ingenuity... that is where the problem in this movie lies; everyone watching this movie is expecting an action movie, and for the middle 45 minutes folks aren't going to get a super hero movie, they are going to get a crime-solving, no super hero-anything movie. We get to see Tony Stark wielding a gun for a lot of the action scenes. People are not paying to see Tony fire a pistol, they want to see Stark technology. Finally in the last 20 minutes (after waiting for 1hr 45 minutes) you get to see Stark tech, and quite a lot of it, which wasn't enough to make this movie enjoyable, or engaging.

    The only saving grace (in my opinion) is the villain fight. Unfortunately they gloss over how he generates the tech that gives him his powers, and how the tech really works. (This again brings us back to needing to have the villains tech explained, before going into this movie, specifically the comic called Iron Man Extremis.)
    You really have to guess and figure things out as the movie goes along, in order to have a chance at really understanding the villain. I would say, IF you have to see this (and most probably are too excited to feel otherwise) this movie is worth the price of a matinee, regular format show. I seriously doubt any add-on features like 3D IMAX or or DBOX could make watching Iron Man 3 any better than it was.

    Over all I was severely disappointed in Iron Man 3. I'd say it's treading in 2.25/4 star territory, just above Iron Man 2's 2/4 stars.

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  • (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    The burning faces are a bit creepy for some. I was thrilled with the lack of sexual content!

  • (Male)

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Was worth my time

  • (Male)

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    This was so fun to watch. It is one of the few movies I can watch repeatedly and enjoy each time.

  • (Female)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Action packed. Great movie. We bought it when it came out as well. Kids loved it!

  • (Male)

    ages 8+ | Worth Your Time

    You could tell Disney had a hand in it. Kid sidekicks with a sad back story are a staple of Disney.
    Other than that, it was ok.

  • (Female)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    It was a bit darker look at Tony Stark; he had to face a lot of issues he has been avoiding. The view of Tony as vulnerable - even more so when he became Iron Man in the first place - was a great change and made him a more likeable character in the long run. All in all, a great sequel.

  • (Male)

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    I've loved all the ironman movies, but let's stop here before they run it into the ground.

  • (Male)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    Very entertaining as superhero movies go. But be prepared for the over-the-top violence.

  • (Male)

    ages 8+ | Worth Your Time

    Huge improvement from the Avengers, but Disney needs to start putting their name on Marvel movies.

  • No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Great action movie picture and sound quality awesome

  • (Male)

    ages 12+ | Worth Your Time

    Very good!!!

  • (Male)

    ages 12+ | Worth Your Time

    Great movie, a lot of fun, but I found it inappropriate for kids under 12

  • clearplay.com

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Give credit to the writer and director for creating a film that feels very different from the other two but is still unmistakably Iron Man. The only quibble some fans may have is that Tony Stark spends a lot of time outside of his mechanical suit, the point of the movie is to see if there is iron in the man who is Iron Man. But don’t fret. There are a lot of mechanical suits and a lot of action, plenty of snarky one liners, and a more personal take on the man inside the metal. Superhero fans won’t be disappointed. Ben Kingsley deserves a shout out for nearly stealing the show in his role as Mandarin... See Full Review

  • (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    This movie was quite enjoyable. I love action and this movie had less action than the previous ones in the series (at least to start with) but there was still some good story development that I enjoyed as well as further depth added to Tony Stark's character. The humor is ever present and enjoyable throughout. I'd hate to spoil the end for anyone reading this but I'm curious how the continuation of Iron Man will play out in The Avengers 2 & 3 after his "clean slate protocol".

  • (Male)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    Great movie! It does not follow the comic book exact (from what I have heard) but who really cares it has good effects and a good theme. Overall just a good movie to enjoy with the guys!

  • (Male)

    ages 14+ |

    Hilarious movie! I laughed most of the way through and thought the mandarin was great! Good action too!

  • (Male)

    ages 13+ |

    This Iron Man had a very similar feel to the previous two. The story wasn't great, but it was still entertaining. Robert Downey Jr. was classic Tony Stark. There was a ton of action in the movie and there were some cool upgrades that they made to the Iron Man suit. It wasn't great, but it was good.

  • (Male) Deseret News Critic

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    "Iron Man 3" is a testament to just how crazy the Marvel Cinematic Universe is quickly becoming, and I mean that in the best possible way. In just a few short years, the core movies have progressed from fairly straightforward comic book adaptations (2008's "Iron Man," for example) to meta-commentaries on the superhero genre as a whole.

    (Next step: "Guardians of the Galaxy," a comic book very few people even know exist starring a gun-toting raccoon and a walking tree named Groot. Yep. Things are going to get pretty strange in the Marvel U.)

    Of course, "Iron Man 3"'s daring approach is bound to leave audiences somewhat divided. Comic fans, in particular, will probably have issues with the huge liberties taken with some major characters.

    But writer-director Shane Black pulls off the semi-miraculous by making a three-quel that feels fresher than the original.

    What's more, this is Downey Jr. in his element: working with an out-of-the-box filmmaker, a talented supporting cast and a script designed to take audiences on a wild ride. If that doesn't pique your interest, than there's a good chance the "Iron Man" franchise isn't for you.

  • (Male)

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Awesome movie until the last 15 minutes. Still worth it

  • Parents Television Council

    ages 16+ | Not Worth Your Time

    Iron Man 3 is extremely graphic for a super-hero movie, and is too intense for young viewers... See Full Review

  • (Male)

    ages 12+ | Worth Your Time

    Iron Man 3 takes place shortly after The Avengers. Tony Stark (Iron Man) is haunted by the events that took place in New York City. Now a new threat appears and makes things personal for Tony.

    I am tempted to say that this is the best Iron Man yet, if not the best Marvel individual movie. Tony Stark's character has the most interesting progression as the things and the people he loves are placed in peril. In fact most of the movie he is armor less.

    That isn't to say that the movie isn't action packed. Tony seems to have taken Captain America's taunt to heart when he said, "Take off that armor an what are you?" Tony has been practicing martial arts and has his share of gun play and improvised devices. One of the most engaging part of the story is that Tony, even while Iron Man, feel to be in very real danger.

    Read More: http://www.mormonmediareviews.com/2013/05/iron-man-3-2013-mormon-movie-review.html

  • (Female)

    ages 12+ | Worth Your Time

    Fun!

  • (Female)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    Iron Man 3 is the perfect combination of action and humor. Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) brings together another fabulous performance with his snarky humor and classic charm. I typically don't like action movies, but I have genuinely enjoyed the Iron Man series. This movie is definitely worth watching -- especially if you are a fan of the other Avengers.

    There are sex and drug references (girls in bikinis, smoking, etc.) and (of course) tons of violence. This movie would not be appropriate for younger audiences.

  • ages 10+ | Worth Your Time

    This movie is not only great as the third installment but also is great on it's own. I especially liked that Tony Stark was more developed in this movie. His flaws and strengths were different from the other movies and it made him even more interesting as a character. This is my favorite of the series.

  • (Male)

    ages 12+ | Worth Your Time

    This movie was great! As a devoted Marvel fan this movie delivered on all accounts. The Acting was brilliant from all of the cast (namely RDJ...no surprise). This movie is a lot of fun and there's a TON of character development in Tony Stark.
    Go see it!

  • (Male)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    I had not previously seen the Marvel and Iron Man movies until a few weeks ago. So, in preparation to IM3, I started watching them (IM1, IM2, Captain America, Hulk, Thor, and almost all of the Avengers, it was late and I fell asleep), so I had the vantage of someone who hadn't seen the movies (until recently) or read the comics (ever). I wish I had finished watching the Avengers before I saw IM3, as I would have understood better what Tony Stark was going through during parts of the movie.

    In terms of family friendliness I gave it an average of 14+ due to the following content:

    violence - execution(s), terrorist attacks (14+)
    sex references - scantily clad women in bed, sexual innuendos ("I am going to take a shower... and you are going to join me," and "Let's go to town on each other.") (15+)
    language - no "f-bombs" or "sh" words, (12+)

  • (Male)

    ages 10+ | Worth Your Time

    Saw it with my 9 year old son who has autism. He literally yelled YEEHAW when Iron Man saved the people on the airplane. The whole movie was a blast. The bad guys
    who light up with fire are a little scary but no match for Iron Man in the end. Great fun!

  • (Male)

    ages 14+ | Not Worth Your Time

    Not sure if it was really worth my time. It got way slow in the middle.

  • (Male) Deseret News Critic

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Good superhero movie. Am little to self reflective but a good start for the buildup to the next Avengers film.

  • (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    I like how they at least follow their own logic in Iron Man 3! The best part for me was where the suits become fireworks :) This movie seemed built for 3D (At least when completely submersed in the screen).

    This movie made me feel like even I could become an influential person in the world with how I handle situations. DON'T expect this to follow completely to the story line of the previous 2 movies.

    In the end I would recommend seeing this one at least once (even in dollar theatres).

  • (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Best Iron Man yet.

  • (Male)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    This is probably the second best of the Iron Man movies behind the first. The story is well written and kept me guessing. The show has a lot of comic book type violence similar to the Avengers. There isn't much sexuality in the show, and the profanity isn't as bad as many PG13 movies. I say safe for 14 and older just because of the violence.

  • Dove Foundation

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    Despite a lot of action the content and out-of-control plot devices featuring constant action and destruction work against this movie... See Full Review

  • (Male) Catholic News Service

    Mature 18+ | Not Worth Your Time

    Perhaps a midlife crisis is to blame for the lack of freshness and charm that mark the latest addition to this blockbuster screen franchise -- or perhaps other factors are at fault... See Full Review

  • (Male) Michael Medved Show

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    You can definitely live without watching this muddled mediocre movie... See Full Review

  • (Female) USA TODAY

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Tony Stark/Iron Man is less cocky in this third installment. Plagued by worry about not being able to fend off new attacks, he's up nights tinkering when he should be romancing his beloved Pepper... See Full Review

  • MovieGuide.org

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Besides the exciting non-stop action and witty dialogue, IRON MAN 3 also has lots of heartfelt, morally uplifting content, but caution is advised for some of the off-color content and intense action violence... See Full Review

  • ParentPreviews.com

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    Grossing nearly $200 million overseas before opening for North American audiences, Iron Man 3 is already well on its way to reviving a sluggish 2013 box office. But blasting the current slump in theaters doesn’t mean the Marvel Comic superhero is worthy of family movie funds... See Full Review

  • (Female) Movie Mom

    ages 12+ | Worth Your Time

    Good for Marvel/Disney in keeping the title simple. No fancy Roman numerals, no colon, so extra words about the return of this or the revenge of that. But if there was a second title for this third in the “Iron Man” series, it could be “The Rise of Tony Stark.”... See Full Review


Okfor ages12+