Iron Man 3 is in the books for earning the biggest box office of 2013 (so far), but that doesn’t mean it can escape the wrath of the folks over at Honest Trailers. It goes without saying that this snarky take is full of spoilers, but we’ll keep those after the jump. They do go after Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark/Iron Man, Ben Kingsley’s Mandarin, and Guy Pearce’s Aldrich Killian quite a bit, along with Shane Black’s directing/screenwriting choices and some suspect visual effects. Iron Man 3 has a number of problems which Honest Trailers latches onto, but sometimes it gets confused by in-movie jokes or makes tired observations that have been picked over by the internet denizens since the film’s May release. It’s worth a couple of chuckles, especially for alternate names of Stark’s army of odd-looking suits. Hit the jump to watch.
Watch the Honest Trailer for Iron Man 3 below:
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