The Iron Giant

The Iron Giant

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.

Nine-year-old boy named Hogarth Hughes makes friend with a giant metal machine, but the army are not happy with a robot in the city. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Iron Giant torrent reviews

Brian A (au) wrote: Not bad for a B movie. Good horror elements but no originality. It is a B movie after all.

YE (ru) wrote: it aint betta then tha first one game was 2 hard an shit an they just stay in LA they went one where else 2 grind that was they problem belly one did wit dmx

Larence P (de) wrote: Lone Survivor mentally vigors with ultimate resiliency and willpower to make this a swell flick

Estelleder D (br) wrote: this a movie that could be a example to rich peolpe sometimes kids should find jobs not ask thier parents alot

Lee (gb) wrote: A slow but eerie and interesting bit of urban horror as a man enters a subterrainian hell via the metro system and finds a naked, animal-like woman who he brings to the surface in an attempt to tame her. There's more going on than meets the eye and it's down to the viewers patience to stay with it and get what you will from the plot, which isn't explained in great detail in some cases. I thought it was watchable and intriguing enough to see it through. It lacks the usual thrills that I look for in horror films, despite the occassional bloody moment. It's a decent effort overall, especially as it was made in just 8 days. But not my favourite from Shimizu, miles better than Shock Labyrinth though!

Yash B (mx) wrote: It's probably the most unexpectedly sad movie you'll ever see. A majority of it is typical Adam Sandler silly humor that is entertaining. It takes a strange turn and becomes a surprisingly touching story about the importance of family. It's not amazing but it's certainly one of Sandler's better attempts.

Amy F (nl) wrote: Two fast cars, two fast drivers, one goal

Jon F (de) wrote: an amazingly fun film about love, death, and house arrest. robin tunney and tim blake nelson deliver a wonderful performance as the two main characters as well as a small performance by indie rock sensation liz phair. this film also packs an awesome soundtrack that fits the film to a tee.

Robert L (kr) wrote: Some truly stunning visuals.

bill s (au) wrote: Lightweight drama with fine performances.

Aaron G (de) wrote: Sometimes we have to open our eyes and see the good in us all, just be yourself no matter what

Mike M (fr) wrote: A thrill-a-minute, cinematic roller coaster ride through seedy bars; shady jungles; over rocky cliffs; raging waters; ancient temples; abandoned mines - and all points in between. Starts fast, gets faster - and doesn't let up. While not quite as intriguing as Raiders of the Lost Ark (and Kapshaw proving to be no Allen as leading lady) still a very enjoyable film for young and old alike.

Orlok W (es) wrote: A Frank Sinatra Ultra Cool Miami Beach Classic--Tony Rome Redux!!

kerry n (it) wrote: this movie is one of the best rating 10 definitely does it 4 me

Charlie M (ag) wrote: The early 80's is an era where Woody experimented the most and began his habit of writing a movie per year. His run with Mia Farrow is most diverse and productive run up until the late 2000's. As Danny Rose, Allen is finally out of the repetitive role of the sexually neurotic intellectual. While Allen isn't perfect here, it's still a nice break from the neurosis of his other movies, and Farrow is wonderfully crass. The accordion music and comedian narration helps move the story along, and it ends up being another unique gem by the prolific director.A highlight is shoot out in the Macy's parade storage hanger.

Bill T (es) wrote: Amusing enough movie about a retired CIA operative who is forced back into action when someone wants him killed. He gathers a team of similar folk and off they go creating havock. This is essentially John Wick meets the Expendibles. It's dark subject matter is treated quite lightly actually, which is quite nice. Willis is good, but Helen Mirren steals the show for me.

Prattay S (ru) wrote: crap. but I'm pretty sure the director did a good job

Brandon C (jp) wrote: A Disney film that brings a homage to video games!