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Iron Man 3

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Positive Messages: Iron Man apologizes to Pepper for being selfish and realizes that he is wrong for what he did and said he is a changed man so it teaches you it's never too late to improve yourself for the better and that you should apologize when you are wrong Violence and Scariness: some people with the EXTREMIS thing glow orange which could be scary for younger kids, people are shot and a character is shown falling into a fire. There is a fist fight between two characters and some severed limbs are shown. Language: things such as d*mn h*ll b*tch p*ssy *ss and also one character says he's "not trying to be a d*ck" but then he sees there are children present and corrects himself to dictator and one use of sh*t Sex and Romance: Tony and Pepper kiss, sex is implied, for example Tony mentions "going to town" on a woman and Pepper asks Tony to get in the shower with him. Some women are shown in only underwear. Drugs and Alcohol: a man is shown drinking and admits to illegal drug abuse Overall probably good for 12+

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age 13+

Fewer playboy antics, but still plenty of violence.

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"Is that all you've got? A cheap trick and a cheesy one-liner?" "Sweetheart, that could be the name of my autobiography."

Iron Man 3 is a 2013 superhero action comedy sequel film directed by Shane Black and starring Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Guy Pearce, Don Cheadle, Jon Favreau and Ben Kingsley. Language(3/5): The film has 13 uses of “G**”, 7 uses of “hell”, 4 uses of “damn”, 3 uses of “a**” and “bloody”, 2 uses of “d**k” and “pissed off”, and 1 use of “s**t”, “pu**y”, “g****mn”, “son of a b**ch” and “J*s*s”. The film has 39 total curses. Sex, Romance and Nudity(1/5): Some women are shown in mildly revealing clothing, including bikinis. Tony Stark has implied one-night stands in flashbacks. Tony references “going to town”, and Pepper Potts is referred to as a “trophy” by the villain. Drinking, Drugs and Smoking(2/5): A fictional drug is discussed. Characters drink alcohol in the beginning, and Tony acknowledges that he has a problem with alcohol. Violence(4/5): Many sequences have sci-fi action violence, with slightly intense sequences including explosions and mild blood. Destruction occurs, and gun violence is used. A terrorist stages threats, and a man is shot offscreen on television. A plane crash occurs, and Iron Man saves all of the people from perishing. Some of the villain’s henchmen are shot and killed. People explode into fire from a fictional drug, which isn’t graphic but it can be intense. Positive Messages(3/5): The film has messages about respect, responsibility, humility, courage, teamwork, identity, and morality. Positive Role Models and Representations(3/5): Tony Stark continues to develop his flawed character into a truly selfless hero. Watching Experience: Quality(opinionated): (My rating) Rated PG-13 For sequences of sci-fi action violence and language.

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age 11+

Underrated

So underrated not as good as no1 but better that 2

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age 11+

Fun action movies

Action lots of guns and violence. Very epic movie.

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age 11+

Third installment brings back the magic and the most violence

Iron Man 3 (2013) Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) wrestles with inner demons while contending with monsters of his own creation in this sequel from writer\director Shane Black. The story in Iron Man 3 picks up shortly after the events of The Avengers. Having previously entered another dimension in order to save New York City, Tony remains deeply haunted by the experience. Unable to sleep, he throws himself into his work with such intensity that it begins to take a heavy toll on both his mental health and his relationship with Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow). Tony has only started to appreciate the gravity of his problems when an enigmatic terrorist named the Mandarin (Ben Kingsley) hijacks the airwaves and threatens to bring America to its knees with a painful series of "lessons" that even President Ellis (William Sadler) won't be able to ignore. When Tony's former security guard Happy Hogan (Favreau) is badly injured in an explosion caused by one of the Mandarin's agents, the vengeful playboy issues a public threat that results in his home being completely destroyed in a devastating attack, leaving him to face his enemy with only one badly damaged prototype suit. Fortunately, Tony isn't on his own, and with the help of Col. James Rhodes (Don Cheadle) and a young boy named Harley (Ty Simpkins), he pieces together the mystery of the Mandarin, whose final "lesson" promises to be the most painful of all..

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age 9+

Ugh

Just no. No
age 10+

Very forgettable.

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age 13+

IRON MAN III - MOVIE ANALYSIS AND GUIDE 101

A brilliant story tackles serious issues like Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Also, out of all the movies in the Iron Man Trilogy, this one takes the cake in humanizing Tony Stark and making us sympathize with Tony. Would recommend the film to kids who are not used to gore and blood, but otherwise an interesting bright and radiant film like all Marvel movies.

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age 10+

Iron Man 3

It is Glorious! Everyone should watch it even if it's not everyone's age.