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special sequences: iron man

Jon Favreau, Paramount Pictures, 2008
  • Obidiah Stane appears in the magazine clippings during the Apogee award presentation and you get all that you need to know about him in a very brief back story. ”

    MrFahrenheit27
  • Diversity of tone hardly seems a problem when “Iron Man” opens with high-energy sequences that introduce Downey as billionaire inventor/playboy/merchant of death Tony Stark, a second-generation weapons manufacturer who lives in a Malibu house the size of a small city and spends his free time womanizing, gambling and accepting accolades for being a visionary genius and American patriot. ”

    KENNETH TURAN , LA TIMES
  • I saw it on screen! I thought it was a fitting magazine cover. Also, I thought the way they worked old Robert Downey Jr. photos into other historic photos (e.g. one with Bill Gates) was nicely done. A good film too. Really enjoyed it. ”

    Eddie , Wired Blog
  • Iron Man’s end titles sequence goes retro wireframe with this video. Produced by the magnificent Prologue. ”

    3oneseven.com
  • Yesterday’s leftfield is today’s mainstream as Danny Yount’s awesome Rez/ Cosmic Smash-style end credit sequence for current Hollywood blockbuster Iron Man proves. ”

    ChewingPixels
  • "It’s a great sequence that makes you think future but calls on inspiration for the past. The combination of the two is what makes it classic. ”

    ChangeTheThought
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