Monday, May 4, 2009

26 Capes Later: Day Three

Movie: The Invincible Iron Man
Release Date: 2006
Runtime: 83 minutes
Rating: PG-13
Genre: Animated
Synopsis: "Attempting to raise an ancient Chinese city using his company's resources - while also diverting money into a project that he swears will bring Stark Enterprises big money without revealing the nature of the research - Tony Stark's ambitions go up in smoke when the Jade Dragons attack the excavation site, killing most of the men there and kidnapping his friend James "Rhodey" Rhodes. Traveling to China to investigate, he is captured and badly injured by the Jade Dragons, his life only saved thanks to a Chinese shaman and Rhodes' skills as an army medic after a piece of shrapnel damages his heart."

Invincible Iron Man is the third installment in the Marvel animated movies.
The best part about IIM would have to a tie between all of Iron Man's different armors and the Elementals, which were awesome (check out the picture on the left).

The most absurd thing would have to have been Li Mei's hair near the end of the film, it was like Eris's from Sinbad Legend of the Seven Seas, but not nearly as cool (see). Another cool thing is how the same actors reprise their roles from previous films. Example, Marc Worden did Tony Stark's voice in both Ultimate Avengers movies and this one.
The Invincible Iron Man was in short pretty awesome, even though it was a movie about Iron Man.

Dame Orchid

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