See, I thought the end fight had to be the best climatical fight scene out of any superhero movie. Then again, this is comparing superhero movies, so it's not like we're comparing works of art here. My biggest gripe with the film other than Gwenyth Paltrow was the technology. Yeah, sure, Stark's insanely smart and good with technology and revolutionized everything, but his little drawing thing was what bothered me the most. Not Jarvey, not the rest of everything else in the house-all of that I could believe as just some really smart really bored really rich guy's fun toys, but the holographic blueprint thing that he could turn with a flick of his fingers? that's what got to me.
Stan Lee was...meh. I've grown to expect him to show up, and I have to respect the man as a comics fan anyway.
But the best part of this film wasn't the rad fight scenes, or the really awesome robots and special effects-witch for CGI were very very well done, it was the acting. At least on Downey Jr.'s and Bridge's part. Bridges being the perfect badguy-the smooth talking backstabbing sort of dude was absolutely perfect, and Downey Jr proves once again that despite his bad rap he is an amazingly talented actor.
It's a film that can stand as a good film even in the ranks of real films, and a film that tops the list of action and superhero movies.