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At Theaters: 8/6/1999 On Video: 11/23/1999
Rated: PG Length: 1 hr. 24 min.
Internet: Web Site Movie ID: 089907
Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures Inc.
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A local fisherman informs the residents that he saw a huge metal man fall into the sea during a storm, no one takes him seriously. Except for Hogarth, a curious nine-year-old. Out exploring the next night, Hogarth discovers a 50-foot robot with a gentle heart and an insatiable appetite for metal. The little boy manages to lure the giant home, where he hides him in a barn.

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Animated - This delightful animated feature will captivate moviegoers of all ages. There is much to enjoy and cherish here for the youngest children and the oldest adults.

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Cast and Crew Heading
Jennifer Aniston (Voice of Annie Hughes)
Harry Connick, Jr. (Voice of Dan McCoppen)
Vin Diesel (Voice of Iron Giant)
Eli Marienthal (Voice of Hogarth)
Director: Brad Bird (Amazing Stories)
Production Notes Heading
About The Production
Building A Better Giant
A Rock And A Hard Place
The Giant Talks
Young At Heart
Content Heading
PROFANITY: Rare use of mild profanity.
VIOLENCE: Lots of damage to buildings; scenes of child endangerment; a deer is killed.
DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Pipe smoking.
ACTION: Shootouts and chases.
COMEDY: Cutesy byplay between a kid and robot; some toilet humor.

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Critic's Review Heading
When I first saw the trailer for Warner Bros.' latest animated feature The Iron Giant, the thought that immediately came to mind was "E.T. with a robot." Little did I know just how much truth would lie in that statement. Rather than a cheap ripoff of that family classic, The Iron Giant is a newly-minted one in its own right, spinning a yarn that is fun, funny, and, most crucially, poignant and inspiring. With its wit and adventuresome spirit, The Iron Giant is a superbly entertaining film for the entire family, but what makes it transcendent--much like E.T.--is how deeply it is able to touch its audience.

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Opinion Heading

Based on an Exit Polling of 102 Moviegoers

Ages Age Group
Your Probability of
Enjoying This Movie
Movie To Friends
1-12Children (M/F)
Very High
13-19Teens (M)
Very High
20-29Yg Adults (M)
Very High
20-29Yg Adults (F)
Fairly High
30+Adults (M)
30+Adults (F)
*Possible Ratings: Very High, High, Fairly High, About 50/50, Fairly Low, Low, Very Low.

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In October of 1957, America had plenty to be worried about. Rock 'n' roll. Television. The bomb. And on the fourth day of that month, the Soviets successfully launched the first manmade satellite, Sputnik, into orbit. The space race had officially begun. The Cold War just got colder. People were unsure about their neighbors, even questioning their friends.

In the small town of Rockwell, Maine, Annie Hughes (voice of JENNIFER ANISTON) is just worried about putting supper on the table for herself and her nine-year-old son, Hogarth (voice of ELI MARIENTHAL). A single mother holding down a job at the local diner, Annie has her hands full with Hogarth-headstrong and imaginative, always on the lookout for the latest attempted takeover by mutant aliens or subversive invaders.

So when a local fisherman comes into the diner with a tall tale about a huge metal man falling into the sea, the only one to pay him much attention is Hogarth, who sets out exploring to find the enormous robot. What he does find is a 50-foot giant with an insatiable appetite for metal and a childlike curiosity about its new world.

Rumors of everything from an alien invasion to a Russian secret weapon bent on destroying Rockwell soon spread through the small town, prompting the arrival of government agent Kent Mansley (voiced by CHRISTOPHER McDONALD). Keeping one step ahead of Mansley, Hogarth convinces his beatnik friend Dean (voiced by HARRY CONNICK, JR.) to hide the Iron Giant (voiced by VIN DIESEL) in Dean's junkyard.

But it isn't long before the rumors turn into paranoia-the situation escalates and the possible destruction of Rockwell looms. Hogarth turns to his friend, the Iron Giant, who ultimately finds its humanity by unselfishly saving the town's residents from their own fears and prejudices.

In times like these, you really find out what your friends are made of…sometimes, even metal.

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