History Film / IronMan

26th Jun '16 5:22:59 PM AFP
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* CreateYourOwnVillain: Pretty much everyone Tony fights in the movies gets their start thanks to the actions of Tony or his father, Howard. Fitting, as one of the central themes of the series is how [[ByronicHero Tony's numerous character flaws cause most of his worst problems]].
2nd Jun '16 3:48:19 PM Gitman
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** [[spoiler:Adrian Killian wanted revenge on Tony for being a JerkAss, and had a camera-double to cover his ass. ]]

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** [[spoiler:Adrian [[spoiler: Aldrich Killian wanted revenge on Tony for being a JerkAss, and had a camera-double to cover his ass. ]]
9th May '16 11:31:02 PM Phoenixion
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* [[LockingMacGyverInTheStoreCupboard Locking Tony Stark in a Cave! With a Box of Scraps!]]: Hey, let's capture a scientific genius, order him to build weapons for us, give him access to our OffscreenVillainDarkMatter, and then ''[[IdiotBall ignore any evidence]]'' [[IdiotBall that he's building weapons to use against]] ''[[IdiotBall us]]''. (Both the terrorists and Hammer)

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* [[LockingMacGyverInTheStoreCupboard Locking LockingMacGyverInTheStoreCupboard:
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Tony Stark in a Cave! With a Box of Scraps!]]: Hey, let's capture a scientific genius, order him is kidnapped and left mostly unsupervised with various parts that are supposed to build weapons a missile. Instead he builds the first version of his Iron Man suit ''[[OverlyLongGag in a cave, with a box of scraps]]'', and uses it to escape.
** Justin Hammer essentially did the similar thing on Vanko in the second movie. Unsurprisingly, Vanko built the powered armor
for us, give him access to our OffscreenVillainDarkMatter, himself and then ''[[IdiotBall ignore any evidence]]'' [[IdiotBall that left Hammer once he's building weapons to use against]] ''[[IdiotBall us]]''. (Both the terrorists and Hammer)done.
30th Apr '16 9:43:13 AM akih08
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* ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' (2015): In a second Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse CrossOver, Tony and the rest of Film/{{The Avengers|2012}} take on a KillerRobot out to destroy them.

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* ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' (2015): In a second Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse CrossOver, Tony and the rest of Film/{{The Avengers|2012}} take on a KillerRobot KillerRobot--that ''Tony'' [[NiceJobBreakingItHero created]]-- out to destroy them.
26th Apr '16 2:23:33 AM McSkywalker
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* ''Film/SpidermanHomecoming'' (2017)

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* ''Film/SpidermanHomecoming'' ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'' (2017)
21st Apr '16 12:59:40 PM ashlay
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* ''Film/SpidermanHomecoming'' (2017)
14th Apr '16 7:47:19 AM SSJMagus
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* OmnidisciplinaryScientist: Tony Stark seems to be an expert at high-energy physics, materials science, and aerospace engineering all at the same time. Granted, he has an AI to help. Ivan Vanko, however, is a physics genius who manages, completely unassisted, to hack Hammer's entire network in seconds simply by typing at the Windows login screen, build an army of advanced robot soldiers, and control said robots effectively in combat. ''The Avengers'' shows Tony becoming a Tesseract expert after just one night of study, but that's more a case of FridgeBrilliance because he's been working with arc reactor technology for years ... and that's based off of the Tesseract! It would be like a vet who specializes in dogs learning really quickly how to treat injured wolves.

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* OmnidisciplinaryScientist: Tony Stark seems to be an expert at high-energy physics, materials science, and aerospace engineering all at the same time. Granted, he has an AI to help.help...but since he ''invented'' the AI in question that's just one more field of expertise for Tony. Ivan Vanko, however, is a physics genius who manages, completely unassisted, to hack Hammer's entire network in seconds simply by typing at the Windows login screen, build an army of advanced robot soldiers, and control said robots effectively in combat. ''The Avengers'' shows Tony becoming a Tesseract expert after just one night of study, but that's more a case of FridgeBrilliance because he's been working with arc reactor technology for years ... and that's based off of the Tesseract! It would be like a vet who specializes in dogs learning really quickly how to treat injured wolves.
9th Apr '16 11:30:56 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** The Mandarin [[spoiler: is a genius scientist and inventor who has created a huge breakthrough in his area of studies, but he uses his creations for evil and vengeance, and distributes the technology without caring about the consequences. In another sense, Extremis allows his subjects to go toe-to-toe with Tony's suits, pitting biological evolution against technological evolution.]]

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** The Mandarin [[spoiler: (or rather, the guy controlling his impersonator) is a genius scientist and inventor who has created a huge breakthrough in his area of studies, but he uses his creations for evil and vengeance, and distributes the technology without caring about the consequences. In another sense, Extremis allows his subjects to go toe-to-toe with Tony's suits, pitting biological evolution against technological evolution.]]
3rd Apr '16 10:32:45 PM Kalaong
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* TechnologyPorn: The TropeCodifier. From Tony's house (with its near-sentient AI, touch-based control panels on everything, robotic arms doing every little thing, and his holographic workstation complete with motion-sensitive schematics that can respond in real time to objects placed within its boundaries in full three dimensions) to the Iron Man armor itself (tons of shifting, locking mechanisms and a prep bay with all the pieces coming out of the floor and ceiling to effortlessly suit him up for battle), you'd be lying to say you wouldn't want to be Tony Stark for a day. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJoy5xRKOAk This]] is technoporn equivalent to Satoshi Urushihara.

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* TechnologyPorn: The TropeCodifier. From Tony's house (with its near-sentient AI, touch-based control panels on everything, robotic arms doing every little thing, and his holographic workstation complete with motion-sensitive schematics that can respond in real time to objects placed within its boundaries in full three dimensions) to the Iron Man armor itself (tons of shifting, locking mechanisms and a prep bay with all the pieces coming out of the floor and ceiling to effortlessly suit him up for battle), you'd be lying to say you wouldn't want to be Tony Stark for a day. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJoy5xRKOAk com/watch?v=9_YjiNh28-Y This]] is technoporn equivalent to Satoshi Urushihara.
5th Mar '16 11:58:39 PM maximsk
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* SmugSnake: Christine Everhart, the reporter from ''Vanity Fair'', comes off a bit like this: she clearly ''wants'' to be an IntrepidReporter but she (rather hypocritically) doesn't let her moral objections to Tony's arms-dealing get in the way of sleeping with him despite confronting him with them very self-righteously moments before, she behaves very condescendingly towards Pepper Potts the morning after, and overall comes across as smug, self-righteous and not quite as smart and on top of things as she wants people to believe she is.

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* SmugSnake: Christine Everhart, the reporter from ''Vanity Fair'', comes off a bit like this: she clearly ''wants'' to be an IntrepidReporter but she (rather hypocritically) doesn't let her moral objections to Tony's arms-dealing get in the way of sleeping with him despite confronting him with them very self-righteously moments before, she behaves very condescendingly towards Pepper Potts the morning after, and overall she comes across as smug, self-righteous and not quite as smart and on top of things as she wants people to believe she is.
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