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IRON MAN: THE MOVIE !!! - "Y'KNOW, MAYBE WE SHOULD GO AND SEE THIS, SOMETHING TELLS ME IT JUST MIGHT BE OUR KIND OF FILM...."
"AND SO THAT'S HOW WE SAW "FORGETTING SARAH MARSHALL..."
So excited when I saw the first colour newspaper ad for the film I had to find some way to commemorate it....a shot on the breakfast table came to mind...
Those are the stainless steel medieval pattern gauntlets I once made, plus my chainmail in the background, and, of course, the repainted mini-Iron Man plastic figure I dug out of a superbouncy ball toy.
Here's my first quick take on the film, largely spoiler free.
....I was able to take the arvo to go and see "Iron Man" at a Paramount preview here in Melbourne, Australia, on Monday, the 28th of April, 2008. I'll review it on my radio show in a little more depth (and save a long, detailed analysis for a week later) but this is the gist of what I thought.
I.M is a fine film and very cool, to these admittedly heavily biased eyes.
I almost didn't open those eyes....as I was sitting there on an exceptionally comfy Director's Suite Chair ( Wink) thinking, "Don't screw it up, don't screw it up...." for the first few minutes, until they proved that they HADN'T! Wink
"Iron Man" is a well crafted flick which works best as an exploration of how Stark's artisan obsessiveness can switch directions when sufficiently motivated. R.D.J really nails the manic genius/artist aspect exceptionally well (it's SOOO his film, watch his eyes, and spot-on Body English!) and the suits are all overwhelmingly well realised and look FANTASTIC in the construction, development and beautifully fluid combat scenes. Lots more armour making scenes than will perhaps sit well with the average audience but which are cake icing to fans like us. The plot rolls out like clockwork but in a GOOD, workmanlike fashion, that makes it feel like we're watching a legend that we're all familiar with rather than a formula. The plot is quite political (though being perhaps over careful to keep some things a little vague) and rather left wing (fine by me!) but hey, that's pretty much a fair summation of the direction that the comic book source material has taken over the decades. It's also as much fun to watch as I thought it would be with some what I'd imagine are very expensive giggles....this is a Stark Industries Project, after all, no jerry built 'cheap' laffs!
With the exception of Pepper Potts the secondary characters are not especially well developed but that's more or less okay, it's Mr Stark's turn this time around. Soundtrack is not quite up to epic scratch, except for some relevant musical quotations that had me smiling. Overall sound design is beaut! See this film at a cinema with a top notch sound system and you'll love it!
A cool film, not perhaps quite, "Aliens", "Citizen Kane" or "Buffy" cool but still a worthy adaptation of our favourite comic book hero. The sequel should be even better! On the other hand, to clank out with my own personal obsession, "Iron Man" is gauntlets down one of the all time great films about armour that's ever been made, and could easily trade heavy metal blows with the legendary "Excalibur".
Korean food: 20 dishes (some are not yet on the table)
I still can't believe these dishes and more cost only 30,000 won for the two of us. The crab alone is about 10,000 won. And we can't forget the pork belly, and the beef...yum. I often wonder if they make any money. We don't tip so I really don't know.
18./19./20. not pictured: tofu soup(soontooboo), radish leaf soup, and fish ..and scorched rice soup --that makes 21 plus the ribowl of rice
Some info. from Wikipedia.com
"A typical table setting consists of:
- rice for each person in a small silver or stainless steel bowl that is taller than its diameter with a cover placed directly in front of the diner.
-hot soup for each person in a larger bowl that is wider than its height or sometimes jjigae or other liquid foods shared from a large pot in the center of the table. **
-a set of silver (traditional) or stainless steel spoon for rice and soup, and chopsticks for banchan (side dishes)"
**I want to add that the soup should ALWAYS be to the RIGHT of your rice bowl. And that the soup should always be on the inside. =) Don't forget! it's very important!
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