Jennifer Aniston, Harry Connick Jr., Vin Diesel, James Gammon
Brad Bird (Screenplay), Brad Bird (Director), Ted Hughes (Writer), Tim McCanlies (Screenplay)
Release: Aug. 6th, 1999
Runtime: 1 hour, 26 minutes
In the small town of Rockwell, Maine in October 1957, a giant metal machine befriends a nine-year-old boy and ultimately finds its humanity by unselfishly saving people from their own fears and prejudices.
'The Iron Giant' was, and is still, one of my favorite animated movies. The acting was great, the animations were awesome, and most of all, the message was powerful. Anyone who watch...
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As a result, The Iron Giant seems to run down a check-list of tropes not only as far as family films go but also those involving the era's own sci-fi stories, often making explicit the themes that were implied by the films it references.