Iron Man 2

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Eccentric billionaire Tony Stark returns for another round of superhero action in his high-tech battle suit. Even though he and his powered armor have brought peace to the world, the U.S. government wants to confiscate his invention for their own purposes. Tony refuses, but when a mysterious Russian shows up out of nowhere with the same technology, the world becomes a more dangerous place than ever, pitting Iron Man against a new host of unforeseen foes.

ClearPlay In Action!

ClearPlay’s primary job is to clean up language, innuendo, and religious exclamations. Most of the violence is between machines or people in machines and is usually left in. With ClearPlay in place, Iron Man 2 would be appropriate for teens.

Should I Get Out the 2 Iron, Man?…

This is an easy one. If you liked the first Iron Man, you will like the second. While it doesn’t have the fun superhero emergence story of the original, it still has Robert Downey’s great rendition of the ego-centric Tony Stark, a quirky romance, a wry sense of humor, and, of course, stuff blowing up. A host of good actors join the fun, including Don Cheadle, Sam Rockwell, Samuel Jackson, and Mickey Rourke, who has a really convincing fake Russian accent. Recommended for fans of Iron Man or the superhero genre.

Brian Fuller— ClearPlay S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent
Rated PG-13 for sequences of intense sci-fi action and violence, and some language.;124 min; Directed By Jon Favreau
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