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Sydney Stene almost 2 years ago
Sometimes awkward story-telling, but poignant and beautifully animated. Super.
Jean Walton over 2 years ago
Don't quit watching American animation until you've seen The Iron Giant. A 'super' film.
Tony Gandía almost 5 years ago
Grace over 5 years ago
"I am not a gun." "Souls don't die." Ouch. Rather poignant for a kid's movie.
Ivan D'souza almost 6 years ago
Not a very original story but well made and well worth watching with your kids.
Lino Monteiro 6 years ago
Stellar animation and a fun, cute, and riveting story, if not a bit far-fetched at times.
Khadesha Armstrong 6 years ago
Grew up watching this. Its a wonderful movie. Worth the watch.
Justin L. Clemons over 6 years ago
Killer robot saves the town, but what about the world? The ending is a mystery.
Tara Moser almost 7 years ago
great children's movie.
Adam Connell almost 7 years ago
Everything about this film; the plot, the development, is unparalled, even in live action.
Grant davies over 7 years ago
great for young and old alike
Zach Sly over 7 years ago
One of the most touching and emotional animated films this side of Grave of the Fireflies.
Ben Dauphinee over 7 years ago
A movie that makes you feel things.
Andy Whitfield almost 8 years ago
I still, without fail, tear up at the end. Brad Bird never disappoints.
Crystal Kelly almost 8 years ago
Beautiful story about a robot and it's capacity to feel for a human being.
Michael Cole almost 8 years ago
Presents a very strong story of friendship that's appropriate for the whole family.
Jørgen 8 years ago
Oh the nostalgia! Still, looking at it now surprises me how well made this is! Reccomended
Brendan Keevers 8 years ago
Never before have I been so moved by a film as repeatedly as this one. You'll laugh & Cry.
Juan Lozano 8 years ago
great traditional animation. A little too kid like for me but still good.
Katherine Maradiaga 8 years ago
The Iron Giant kind of becomes your best friend in the process of viewing. Loved it!
The Iron Giant is a 1999 animated film produced by Warner Bros. Animation, based on the 1968 novel The Iron Man by Ted Hughes. Brad Bird directed the film, which stars a voice cast of Jennifer Aniston, Harry Connick, Jr., Vin Diesel, Eli Marienthal, Christopher McDonald and John Mahoney. The film tells the story of a lonely boy named Hogarth raised by his widowed mother, discovering a giant iron man who fell from space. Hogarth, with the help of a beatnik named Dean, has to stop the U.S. military and a federal agent from finding and destroying the Giant. The Iron Giant takes place during the height of the Cold War (1957). Development phase for the film started around 1994, though the project finally started taking root once Bird signed on as director, and Bird's hiring of Tim McCanlies to write the screenplay in 1996. The script was given approval by Ted Hughes, author of the original novel, and production struggled through difficulties (Bird even enlisted the aid of a group of...
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