The Iron Giant

This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language


The Iron Giant Rating: U 7+

4.1159 out of 5 2658 Votes (Members)
86 mins

Bringing to life the much-loved story by British poet Ted Hughes, The Iron Giant takes place in a quiet American town in the 1960s. The tale begins when a young boy named Hogarth follows a trail of huge footprints leading from his house into the woods - and finds an iron giant from space! Instantly the two form a firm friendship, and when the army try and destroy this enormous visitor, Hogarth does everything he can to protect his giant pal. Beautifully animated, this is a film with lots of wit and a huge amount of heart.

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What you say

  • I loved this film!!! It's really funny and sad and tense all rolled into on

    Katherine (16)


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  • Daniel, 9

    4 out of 5
    Daniel, 9
    2017-02-08 20:27:01

    Really heart warming

  • Ben, 7

    2 out of 5
    Ben, 7
    2017-01-27 08:45:22

    This film was very funny and pity cool . My favorite part was wen the kid had a portend gun but we all thought it was real it was so cooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool

    from ben

  • Daniel, 0

    2 out of 5
    Daniel, 0
    2017-01-27 08:44:17

    This film was very funny,incredible and really cool,it was about a child who went to the forest(VERY VERY NAUGHTY)and met a giant made of solid metal(well iron.)I hope my other friends will do a review about this phenomenal,awesome film. It's also 1 of my favorite films very very cool too.
    By,Daniel.I hope you enjoyed this review!

  • Karl, 12

    3 out of 5
    Karl, 12
    2017-01-10 08:47:23


  • Thomas, 11

    3 out of 5
    Thomas, 11
    2017-01-06 13:30:24

    A old film for the family person. A robot comes from space and imprints on a young boy, Hough-Garth. The robot isn't to be seen by Sgt Mansley unless he is to be blown up. This only pleases younger audiences with the barrier at 10.

  • Eva, 9

    5 out of 5
    Eva, 9
    2016-12-14 21:37:13

    I liked this film because it was well done and I liked the characters how they were very hart touching

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