“The Giant Mechanical Man” is a romantic comedy-drama film that was released in 2012, written and directed by Lee Kirk. The movie stars Jenna Fischer and Chris Messina as two lost souls who find each other in the midst of their struggles.
Fischer plays Janice, a woman in her 30s who is struggling to find her place in the world after losing her job and breaking up with her boyfriend. Messina plays Tim, a street performer who dresses up in a giant mechanical man costume and performs on the streets of Detroit.
As Janice and Tim cross paths, they begin to form a connection and slowly fall in love. However, their respective struggles continue to get in the way, as Janice’s sister tries to set her up with a more conventional man, and Tim faces pressure to abandon his street performing dreams and get a “real job.”
“The Giant Mechanical Man” is a heartwarming and charming film that celebrates the power of human connection and the importance of pursuing one’s dreams. The performances by Fischer and Messina are strong, and the movie features a talented supporting cast, including Topher Grace and Malin Akerman.
Overall, “The Giant Mechanical Man” is a sweet and engaging romantic comedy-drama that is sure to appeal to fans of the genre.
Duration: 94 min.