Box art for The Invincible Iron Man

The Invincible Iron Man

action & adventure, children & family, sci-fi & fantasy


Past and present collide in this epic adventure that reveals the origin of Iron Man. While raising the ruins of a long buried Chinese kingdom, billionaire inventor Tony Stark digs up far more than he bargained for.

Rotten Tomatoes® scores

  • Critic Score
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  • Audience Score
    55%

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Audience Reviews

0 star

Sooooooooo boring

- dukeakasmudge, Monday, December 7, 2009

2 stars

The Invincible Iron Man is certainly not in the same league as the live action film. Nor is it up to the standards of The Ultimate Avengers movies. Maybe this is because Ultimate Avengers has loads of characters to distract you, or turn to when things start slowing down. Here the focus is entirely on Stark/Iron Man. The film cuts corners, for example he has already made the Iron Man suit before he decides to become Iron Man. ??? That confused me. The animation is pretty good but the film gives us nothing new to love about the story or character. The whole father issues segment just felt very forced and very fake. Watch the live action version for excitement, chemistry and wonderful performances. Though this version did have a dragon and lava, so it is worth a bit of your time.

- kiriyamakazou, Saturday, February 28, 2009

2 stars

I think that Marvel Studios should not continue to make these animated features. This has nothing to do with the feature film and very little with the original comics. The magic is gone and all we have left is a animated film that doesn't take any chances and leaves the viewer cold. The story's about the beginning of Iron man. The only really good thing about this is the last 20 minutes and Mandarin, who's one of his greatest nemesis of all time. The animation is solid but doesn't give you any feelings of wonder or amazement. The voice acting gives no thrills. Only for hardcore Iron Man fans.

- TheMachinist, Sunday, November 2, 2008