At the end of the movie Captain America: Civil War, we see Iron Man claiming the shield of Captain America. According to Iron Man, "It does not belong to you, Steve, my father built it". Cap, being altruistic and all, hands the shield over.
By what right does Iron Man demand the shield's "return"? The shield was clearly a business transaction between late Howard Stark and Steve. Tony Stark wasn't even born when it happened.
In the whole movie, Tony had been extremely "bossy and bureaucratic" to say the least by making a huge fuss over "signing of accords" and everything. In fact, by the end, I expected Tony to be rather apologetic for all the miseries he caused to everyone by creating that rift among the Avengers. But rather, he was being childish and fussy...
about Bucky killing his parents all those years ago.
Given his overwhelming knowledge about all things, Tony...
surely knew that Bucky wasn't in his right mind and in fact brain-washed by HYDRA when he killed the Stark family, right?
By picking a fight over the matter, Tony just looked like another street thug. Was this the same Tony who saved the New York City from invading Chiauri aliens only a few years ago?