I posted this in education. Basically, I teach HS Physics. I want to start using mroe movie clips, especially super hero clips, to teach concepts. Specifically, clips where you can estimate some things and then solve. In my class today we used Spider-man. We estimated his mass, and how much work he did to climb a building. Then his GPE at the top before he swung, then his speed at the bottom of the swing. We also looked at the scene where he stops the train with web, estimated the train speed, mass and distance before it stopped and calculated the spring constant of his webbing. It's certainly not exact, but it got the kids thinking about these concepts in a different way. Anyway, any good clips that demonstrate physics, which can be calculated. I was thinking in Iron Man, when he flies straight up calculate work and power), then GPE when engine stalls, then his velocity before he manages to boot back up. Again, it won't be exact, we will likely ignore air resistance and roughly estimate heights. So, ideas?