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Taking on a Marvel superhero can be daunting. Trying to please the fanboy community that pores over each frame of a film looking for flaws can be equally intimidating.
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"Iron Man 2" isn't as much fun as its predecessor, but by the time the smoke clears, it'll do.
The souffle falls a little flat in a Coen brothers black comedy in which the humor seems arch and narrative momentum doesn't kick in until the final third. Coens don't hit paydirt this time around…
Hot directors coming off major successes often follow up with quirky, more idiosyncratic pictures and so it is with the Coen brothers' follow-up to "Fargo." Spiked with wonderfully funny sequences…