5 Downey Jnr is Tony StarkTheMovieKnight | 26/08/2008 | See all TheMovieKnight's reviews (85)Top 100 Gadgets Reviewer Is is better to watch this movie once or twice? I say, is it too much to see it five times?Saw it once, loved it. Saw it twice, wanted more. Saw it thrice, wanted even more. Then got to 5 times. I have a simple phylosophy as a Movie goer/critic/reviewer; if a good Movie is worth watching once, then it is worth watching multiple times.Iron Man was the first live-action feature film under Mavrel's own Movie studio brand. And it has to be said; if Marvel had made the Spider-Man, X-Men and the first Hulk movies with this kind of writing; then chances are they would have been better.Since Marvel know how to do their characters best for the silver screen, it was only natural that they would be superior to those who tried before. True, those that did Spider-Man like Sam Raimi and Tim Story that directed Both Fantastic Four Movies put their own stamp on it as they were fans of the comic growing up, and although they were good; you couldn't help but thinkin that there was something missing.With Iron Man; no such thing. Robert Downey Jnr was perfect as Tony Stark; for starters he looked like what Stark would look like if he were real and he had the wit and sense of humor.As for the Suit...I've seen a few variations of the generations of the Iron Man suit down the years and this one is the best by far to date.If anything; the movie makers took all the best features of the suit from when the Red & Gold suit first appeared in the 60's to the celebrated 90's animated series.I felt the ending was a little weaker than the rest of the movie, but it was still a good end to a Grand silver screen debut which I have no doubt that will be rewatched and talked about for years to come.The DVD steelbook edition, exclusive to play.com, is a nice feature for the DVD release. Mind you, I did predict that Marvel would do this, a movie about a metal-super hero in a metal case. Predictable, but pleased all the same.Bring on Iron Man 2. Which I hope will be entitled 'Iron Man 2: the rise of the Mandarin.'