A young boy gets the experience of a lifetime when a giant metal man appears in his hometown. From there, the two build a special and unique bond.
It was on August 6, 1999, that this animation classic hit theaters. As a kid, I used to watch this A LOT because it was so good. Now as an adult, this film still is as great as it was 20 years ago.
An aging actor and his stunt-double/best friend are struggling to make a huge comeback. These struggles cross paths with the side-plot involving actress Sharon Tate and the infamous Charles Manson.
As displayed in the posters and trailers, this is Tarantino’s 9th film in his filmography. Now as a film that is directed, produced, and written by the man, it goes into that Tarantino formula that many will appreciate and love.