So, somebody - maybe in the Post - was complaining about how Iron Man 3 was full of bombs and explosions and so soon after Boston it should have actually addressed terrorism instead of just blowing things up.
A couple of things - that's how the media always reacts to these things - after Newtown and 9/11, just to mention two. Nothing ever changes.
Also, it's a bit rough to ask a movie that had been in post-production for months to address something that hadn't even happened when it was conceived.
And finally, what made me post this: I just saw an ad for Burn Notice's 100th episode. It was thirty seconds of explosions, 15 of them, interspersed with cheerful laughter and quips. That's the kind of entertainment we as a nation seem to like.