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Old 12-10-2010, 03:46 AM   #2269
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I don't know why they just state it like it's a given that we all felt like Iron Man didn't feel like stepping into the Marvel Universe.
It totally did. Just because the characters weren't supernatural or from other planets didn't mean it didn't have that feel in some way. The villain types and everything totally felt comic booky.
I don't think I'd really think twice about an alien or something fantastical showing up out of nowhere in a scene.
Whoever wrote that makes it sound like it's to the Dark Knight end of the spectrum, when I really don't agree.

That's neither a good or bad thing. I think the tone of the Iron Man movies is perfect the way it is, and putting something "unrealistic" in there doesn't change it much for me.
I guess because to me it's still in the area of science fiction-y comic book movie, and not a crime drama or something.
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