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November 7, 2009
The Iron Giant (1,999) Starring the Animating Talent of Richard Bazley, Bob Davies, Stephan Franck, Tony Fucile, Gregory S.E. Manwaring, Steve Markowski, Mike Nguyen, Wendy Perdue, Chris Suave, Dean Wellins, as well as Lauren Faust. Oh and the voice talents of Jennifer Aniston, Harry Connick, Jr., Vin Diesel as the Giant, Christopher McDonald, John Mahoney and Eli Marienthal-
Directed by Brad Bird
The grand and fun story of a Boy and his Robot from Outer Space, at the Height of the cold war in 1,957. And right on his tail the whole way through is an underdog FBI agent, just waiting for him to slip up.
This is such a fun film that gives action, suspense, emotion and grandeur in a package fit for any audience, which makes it all the more remarkable that this was Bird's first feature film. Bird has since gone on to work for Pixar Animation Studios, directing The Incredibles (2,004) and Ratatoille (2,007), and working on many other features within Pixar, including many of their shorts, and Wall-E (2,008).
This is one of my favorite films, and it was hard to find a succinct scene that carried the pungency of awesome that was the film, that still fit in a small clip.
Here, Kent Mansley the FBI agent tries to give warning to General Rogard about his finding of the giant.
Lauren Faust animated sequences with Annie, Hogarth, and occasionally Dean.