Magdalene Vick

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The Roller Coaster in my House

Oh my deer ones, yes my Deer ones. I say Deer because only deers read my blogs anymore, because I have sunk so far behind the deadline of my project that I have officially lost touch with any real interested readership I had going on….However, I will continue this mission for I honor the integrity of this assignment, and intend to finish what I began. Long story long, I got vertigo, had a mental breakdown, although many of you Marvel fans did write to me and gave me inspiration that my vertigo could indeed be my Superhero Mega Power (And I thank you for that and will go into more detail of that later) I got on antidepressants to help me with my obsessive thoughts and that the world sux, and I fell in love with an incredible 6’5 ½ Asian Royal’s fan. All that being said….I’ve been a bit distracted. But nearly two months after I began, I continue with Iron Man 3. I grab a La Croix, some grapes and crash into the couch for RETURN OF THE MARVEL UNIVERSE!

I watched it. I loved it.

Ben Kingsley…..Sir, Knight, Captain, my Captain, O’Captian….I aspire to reach the Acting Royalty you possess. I just finished watching Iron Man 3. Have to say, the tables have dramatically turned. Iron Man 3 blew me away. I had so much fun. It reminded of being on a rollercoaster ride, or a really cool Universal Studios ride. I forgot I was watching a Marvel movie, until his Malibu house got blown up by AIM. Then I sat back and let it take me away. Who cares what I’m actually watching…I think the front of his house just fell into the ocean, and the water in the ocean looks DOPE! Almost as cool and scary as Titanic….I loved that movie too. “You jump, I jump right?” Great movie. I digress. Guy Pearce is so terrifyingly believable as the villain, and Ben Kingsley is such a good actor, he makes his Character “Trevor” appear to be an incredible actor too! Fooling everyone into believing he is a life crushing terrorist “the Mandarin”. In addition to the great casting, I really appreciated the honest parts of this movie like Tony Starks battle with panic attacks. Brilliant. When the little boy tells Tony to make something on the phone when the suit wasn’t ready, he completely takes Tony’s attention off the attack itself and focus’ his attention to a job at hand. EXACTLY WHAT YOURE SUPPOSED TO DO WHEN YOU HAVE A PANIC ATTACK! (This movie is earning mega bonus points with me!) Up next Thor: Dark World