Iron Man 3

Iron Man 3
Iron Man 3

Year

2013

Duration

131 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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Synopsis

The first two Iron Man movies introduced us to Tony Stark, a wealthy businessman and inventor with a fondness for gadgets. His powerful robotic suit enables him to fly around the world on daring missions, fighting villains and furthering his superhero reputation. In this third installment, the fearsome Mandarin wages political warfare on the United States. Stark won't get involved; he has taken leave from Iron Man duties because he is afraid of losing the love of his life, Miss Pepper Potts. However, he is forced out of retirement for a risky rescue and a vengeful showdown with the Mandarin.

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Contains moderate violence, threat and language.

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