In two consecutive movies, the bad-guys have managed to copy Tony's Arc Reactor design and build Iron Man type suits. I think it's safe to say that there actually is a reason to be concerned. (2) Comments
In the first movie,he wasn't able to do it.Their best scientists in their best facilities had no idea how the fuck it worked,and,well, "Tony Stark build this in a cave,with a box of scraps"
In the second movie,he was able to make it because his father made the original design,not because he copied it.
You're in a foreign country and the three people closest in the world to you don't know you're going to spontaneously try your hand at racecar driving. Your arch-nemesis in Russia, however, knew this weeks in advance, allowing him to plot an elaborate plan of attack. (2) Comments
If you're a superhero billionaire with some well-publicized eccentricities, the officials at the Monaco Grand Prix will let you yourself replace the driver that actually qualified to drive in the race. (0) Comments
That wasn't his weak spot.... It was the energy released from both of the flight stabilisers being fired at eachother causing a huge backlash of Energy spreading perpendicular to the beam (to where Vanko was standing).
The guy that can build a supersuit, synthesize a whole new element, and make out with his super-hot P.A./CEO without getting a harassment suit can't figure out how to make the perfect, battle-ending weapon more than a one-time deal? (I don't know how the making out thing ties in, but I'm pretty sure it's important.) (0) Comments
I just want to be clear - Deadpool's (who is also the Green Lantern) real-life wife is the PA for the CEO of Stark Industries (who just may be Iron Man's girlfriend), and she's also a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent called The Black Widow assigned to observe Tony Stark? And the driver is actually the director? ugh... brain hurts... no more cross-movie/reality logic ever again. (2) Comments
The guy who created and uses the Iron Man armor to privatize world peace CLEARLY doesn't deserve to wear it, just because he decided to party it up on his birthday. Seriously, Rhodey. Don't be a party pooper. (0) Comments
If your father never even said he liked you for all the time he was living, a secret movie he hid away in which he describes you in words befitting a favorite machine is the first step towards making up for lost time (0) Comments
Stane brought it back and had it in the Stark Industries lab (Sector 16, I think?). Despite the explosion, I would imagine it was probably in pretty good shape, and I imagine S.H.I.E.L.D. helped a bit...
If you're a jaded Russian seeking revenge for the deaths of innocents, nothing furthers your mission so much as activating remote controlled robots, smashing all the windows 200 feet over a convention center, then firing missiles into a fleeing crowd. (0) Comments
Always invite your douchebag competitor who tries to sabotage you at every opportunity to debut his new product line at your expo--and never have anyone check those products out beforehand either. (0) Comments
When your friend gets drunk in his own house on his own birthday party you have every right to be upset, steal his property, ruin his party, trash his house, kick his ass and still be mad at him only if you are black. (0) Comments
Tony's smart house (Jarvis) was smart enough to not let the chick reporter access air conditioning, but somehow dumbed down to let someone else access a restricted area, put on an Iron Man suit (which uses the same AI as the house), attack Tony and leave. (0) Comments
A heavy built man who knows boxing may have extreme difficulty to beat just one security guard but a slim chick naturally can easily overpower several of them in the exact same time frame. (0) Comments
A government when receives an unexpected gift as an Iron Man suit, a unique energy source and a weaponized armoured suit, does not try to study and replicate it but tries to glue as much useless weapons as possible to it and use it that way. (0) Comments