It would have been a much better movie if son and father were alone in a room for two hours, trying not to talk to each other. This movie seems designed to showcase Downey's acting chops. Frankly we only ever see Downey, the movie star, and not his character. Okay we get it, he is angry with his father. And his father is afraid of his son's recklessness. All the rest is soap opera with a predictable ending.
Lots of people showed up to be in the audience--they must have been starved for an Ironman fix. Problems with Downey speaking too fast, not able to get all the dialog. Also, problems with editing... camera is on others when Downey is speaking (too fast)...although it doesn't matt