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Iron Man 3
Why it’s cool:
Iron Man 3 is a story about a man who has super powers and builds these mechanical metal suits. He is married to a girl named Pepper. He is on a quest to find the Mandarin.
The Mandarin is a guy who has a lot of power, it seems. He interrupts TV broadcasts and they don’t know where the signal is coming from. The Mandarin is a terrorist and they fear that no one will be able to stop him. So it is Iron Man’s job to protect Pepper, his great love, and other civilians, especially the President.
This is a great movie because Iron Man has a cool robotic suit and only works for him. It scans his face so it can identify him. There is a voice that tells him what to do and how much fuel he has left. He is very attached to his robotic suit. They have a close relationship. By wearing the one suit he can control all his other suits if he chooses. So what he does, the other suits do. For example, when he moves his arm up the other robots move their arms up. This is why I think it’s a cool movie.
Is it educational?
It is not educational. It is more of a fun-filled, action-packed movie with some funny bits too.
So if you like action-packed movies with cool robotics and a bit of comedy and romance, I think you will enjoy Iron Man 3.
Hi, my name is Inés and I am 9 years old.
My favourite subjects at school are gym, music and French.
My role model is my mom because she works with kids well and someday I want to work with kids.
My favourite TV show is Scooby Doo and my favourite movie (right now) is Mr. Popper’s Penguins.
I like lots of different kinds of music but my favourite band is The Cars.
TVO Kids is my favourite website.
I recently got an iPad2. I like it a lot because everything shows up large compared to the iPod.
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