Feb
01
2014
2

“Iron Man.”

Iron Man, Black Sabbath

This song just keeps getting more ironic.

Feb
06
2013
--

“Iron Man.”

Iron Man, Black Sabbath

 

…It was a more innocent time, wasn’t it?

May
06
2012
5

“Iron Man.”

Iron Man, Black Sabbath

 

I really gotta figure out when I’m going to go see The Avengers.

Dec
08
2011
2

“Iron Man.”

Iron Man, Black Sabbath

Some light, easy-going fare to end the evening.

Yes, we’re all getting old.

Jun
03
2010
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#rsrh I’d rather blog about this than Eric Holder.

So I will.  If you are a geek, this is going to make you feel a whole hell of a lot better about life.

I promise.

Via AoSHQ Headlines. (more…)

May
05
2010
--

‘Iron Man.’

It’s been that sort of day.


Iron Man, Black Sabbath

Not… bad. Just that sort of day.

Feb
11
2010
2

(Belated) Movie of the Week: Ocean’s 11 (1960).

Mostly as a reminder that I should watch the 1960 Ocean’s 11 at some point. Everyone tells me that I should.

And, so, good day to Iron Man.

Moe Lane

Feb
03
2010
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Movie of the Week: Iron Man.

Yeah, you would have thought that I’d have done this one by now: but Iron Man apparently slipped through the cracks. Odd.

And so, farewell to Ocean’s Eleven. Must see the original, some day.

Jul
17
2009
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Don Cheadle to replace Terrence Howard in Iron Man 2.

Or so this blog reports.

To be honest, I was never entirely pleased with Howard’s performance in Iron Man, and I liked Cheadle a lot in both Hotel Rwanda and Ocean’s Eleven – so this isn’t really bugging me. Robert Downey and Gwyneth Paltrow are coming back to reprise their roles, and that’s probably the key to the movie right there.  The article that spawned all of this… well.  Some weird stuff going on there, maybe.  On the other hand, the preliminary buzz on Star Trek was worrisome, too – and that turned out OK.

We’ll see.

Moe Lane

Jun
17
2009
--

“Iron Man.”

Sort of.


Iron Man

I had a moment of weakness.

Forgive me.

Feb
14
2009
3

I’m sorry. Red Dawn shouldn’t be on this list.

I’ve seen Red Dawn more times than I can count when I was a kid, and this is back in the day when that meant watching it on VHS, but ye gods and little fishes! – that movie was awful. I don’t care what NRO thinks.  Personally, I’d add Iron Man to the list, but only because doing so thoroughly mocks the antiwar movement’s ultimately unsuccessful attempt to list cowardice and hypocrisy among the American virtues.

Via RS McCain.  I have no quibbles with either of his additions.

Moe Lane

PS: I hear that World In Conflict absolutely rocks as a video game, though.

PPS: “WOLVERINES!!!!!”

What? I like awful, sometimes.

Crossposted to RedState.

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