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  1. Candice Frederick
    May 10, 2010

    nice, thorough review. i thoughtthis movie was super entertainign, even thoughi dind’t see the first one.

    still not as good as dark night though…lol

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  2. The Mad Hatter
    May 14, 2010

    “An iron deficiancy”… You were up late thinking that up weren’t ya?

    I pretty much agree with you, though I think I liked this a little bit more than you did. I’m reading and hearing a lot about antimosity towards so much Avengers material…and I can’t completely say why, but I didn’t really have a problem with it.

    S.H.I.E.L.D. knows they want Stark as part of the team, but how much can they really count on him these days? All the same, they know how valuable he is, so why wouldn’t they try to help him out?

    Like I say, I didn’t have a problem with it.

    The funniest thing? I have a hunch that waiting one week tempered my expectations just enough to enjoy this movie…while everyone who was sitting with you in a fever pitch felt the buzzkill.

    Oh, and as always…

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  3. Black Sheep
    May 15, 2010

    Hey Candice … You should definitely see the first IM movie. It is a heck of a lot funnier than this one. And it’s funny that you mention TDK. I was thinking after seeing IM2 that if the expectation factor there was overwhelming, how disappointing is Batman 3 going to be?!

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  4. Black Sheep
    May 15, 2010

    Hey Hatter!

    I will have you know that I came up with that iron deficiency bit on the fly and not at 2 AM after tossing and turning for a bit. My brother actually thinks it may be one of the lamest lines I’ve ever written.

    I read your review. I found it interesting because your perspective seemed just as affected by your seeing it a week later as mine was be being there opening night. I felt like your review was almost a response to the disappointment audiences have had. I agree completely that this in an enjoyable film but it was a lot more functional than it was fun.

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