History Film / IronMan1

26th May '17 6:29:57 AM hullflyer
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* WhenThingsSpinScienceHappens: When the outer breastplate is closed during the Mark III suiting-up sequence, the structures surrounding the arc reactor spin counter-clockwise ever so slightly.

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* WhenThingsSpinScienceHappens: When the outer breastplate is closed during the Mark III suiting-up sequence, the structures surrounding the arc reactor spin counter-clockwise ever so slightly. Justified, as it's the internal mechanisms of the suit helping lock all those pieces it's made out of together.
26th May '17 6:23:19 AM hullflyer
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* TanksForNothing: Tony Stark (in his Iron Man suit) is matched up against a tank. He looks at it, fire a dinky missile, and walks away. Said tank then explodes.

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* TanksForNothing: Tony Stark (in his Iron Man suit) is matched up against a tank. He looks at it, fire fires a dinky missile, and walks away. Said tank then explodes.
13th May '17 4:50:48 PM mlsmithca
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* MythologyGag: Has [[MythologyGag/IronMan1 its own page]].

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* MythologyGag: Has [[MythologyGag/IronMan1 its own page]].MythologyGag:
** The first suit of armor Tony builds looks very similar to Iron Man's original appearance in the comics.
** The terrorist group's name, "The Ten Rings", is a reference to Iron Man's ArchEnemy the Mandarin, who had magic rings on each finger.
** The "bodyguard" excuse at the end of the movie is taken from the story used in the early comics by Tony to explain why Iron Man was always hanging around Stark Industries (and Tony in particular).
** The lead F-22 Raptor pilot's callsign is "Whiplash One"; Whiplash was an Iron Man villain and became the villain in the sequel.
** During the final battle, a Roxxon Corporation building and a movie billboard featuring Fin Fang Foom can be seen in the background.
** "I'm here to talk to you about the Avengers Initiative". Nick Fury did not simply mention Comicbook/TheAvengers; "Comicbook/AvengersTheInitiative" was a comic book that began in 2007.
10th Apr '17 4:27:24 PM NightShade96
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* MythologyGag:
** The first suit of armor Tony builds looks very similar to Iron Man's original appearance in the comics.
** The terrorist group's name, "The Ten Rings", is a reference to Iron Man's ArchEnemy the Mandarin, who had magic rings on each finger.
** The "bodyguard" excuse at the end of the movie is taken from the story used in the early comics by Tony to explain why Iron Man was always hanging around Stark Industries (and Tony in particular).
** The lead F-22 Raptor pilot's callsign is "Whiplash One"; Whiplash was an Iron Man villain and became the villain in the sequel.
** During the final battle, a Roxxon Corporation building and a movie billboard featuring Fin Fang Foom can be seen in the background.
** "I'm here to talk to you about the Avengers Initiative". Nick Fury did not simply mention Comicbook/TheAvengers; "Comicbook/AvengersTheInitiative" was a comic book that began in 2007.

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* MythologyGag:
** The first suit of armor Tony builds looks very similar to Iron Man's original appearance in the comics.
** The terrorist group's name, "The Ten Rings", is a reference to Iron Man's ArchEnemy the Mandarin, who had magic rings on each finger.
** The "bodyguard" excuse at the end of the movie is taken from the story used in the early comics by Tony to explain why Iron Man was always hanging around Stark Industries (and Tony in particular).
** The lead F-22 Raptor pilot's callsign is "Whiplash One"; Whiplash was an Iron Man villain and became the villain in the sequel.
** During the final battle, a Roxxon Corporation building and a movie billboard featuring Fin Fang Foom can be seen in the background.
** "I'm here to talk to you about the Avengers Initiative". Nick Fury did not simply mention Comicbook/TheAvengers; "Comicbook/AvengersTheInitiative" was a comic book that began in 2007.
MythologyGag: Has [[MythologyGag/IronMan1 its own page]].
25th Mar '17 1:57:17 PM shawn_allen
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** After J.A.R.V.I.S. renders the Mark III, he is told that the automated system will take five hours to manufacture it. Even Tony can't speed up the process, so he goes out to the benefit party.
6th Mar '17 3:28:27 PM Wyldchyld
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* TechnologyPorn: The Movie. The lovingly rendered sequences of Tony suiting up are pure unadulterated {{Nerdgasm}} FetishFuel. Many other tech-heavy scenes can be enjoyed throughout the film, but these easily take the cake.

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* TechnologyPorn: The Movie. The lovingly rendered sequences of Tony suiting up are pure unadulterated {{Nerdgasm}} FetishFuel.fetish. Many other tech-heavy scenes can be enjoyed throughout the film, but these easily take the cake.
14th Feb '17 4:06:12 PM Capra
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* UpgradeVsPrototypeFight: The film has a sort-of example: The Iron Monger suit is based off research from the original Mark I armor, and is certainly larger and more powerful than Tony's Mark new Mark III. Conversely, Stane's suit is powered by Tony's newest miniturized Arc Reacor while Tony himself is forced to use his original Mini Arc reactor that he [[MemeticMutation Build in a cave]]. [[OverlyLongGag With a box of scraps]].

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* UpgradeVsPrototypeFight: The film has a sort-of example: The Iron Monger suit is based off research from the original Mark I armor, and is certainly larger and more powerful than Tony's Mark new Mark III. Conversely, Stane's suit is powered by Tony's newest miniturized Arc Reacor while Tony himself is forced to use his original Mini Arc reactor that he [[MemeticMutation Build built in a cave]]. [[OverlyLongGag With a box of scraps]].
14th Feb '17 4:03:21 PM Capra
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* UpgradeVsPrototypeFight: The film has a sort-of example: The Iron Monger suit is based off research from the original Mark I armor, and is certainly larger and more powerful than Tony's Mark new Mark III. Conversely, Stane's suit is powered by Tony's newest miniturized Arc Reacor while Tony himself is forced to use his original Mini Arc reactor that he [[MemeticMutaion Build in a cave]].

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* UpgradeVsPrototypeFight: The film has a sort-of example: The Iron Monger suit is based off research from the original Mark I armor, and is certainly larger and more powerful than Tony's Mark new Mark III. Conversely, Stane's suit is powered by Tony's newest miniturized Arc Reacor while Tony himself is forced to use his original Mini Arc reactor that he [[MemeticMutaion [[MemeticMutation Build in a cave]]. [[OverlyLongGag With a box of scraps]].
14th Feb '17 4:00:02 PM Capra
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** Not a lot of time is spared showing Tony flying halfway across the world to Gulmira after suiting up in the mark III in Malibu. In a deleted scene this is mitigated by him throwing a party at him home in Dubai first, then using fireworks and an orgy to cover up his tracks and launch from there.

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** Not a lot of time is spared showing Tony flying halfway across the world to Gulmira after suiting up in the mark III in Malibu. In a deleted scene this is mitigated by him throwing a party at him his home in Dubai first, then using fireworks and an orgy to cover up his tracks and launch from there.
11th Feb '17 6:48:47 PM Rebu
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** After his first test flight, Tony lands on the roof. The suit punches a hole through, and he falls through his living room, his piano, all the way down to the garage.
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