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Pacific Rim (2013)

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When legions of monstrous creatures, known as Kaiju, started rising from the sea, a war began that would take millions of lives and consume humanity's resources for years on end. To combat the giant Kaiju, a special type of weapon was devised: massive robots, called Jaegers, which are controlled simultaneously by two pilots whose minds are locked in a neural bridge. But even the Jaegers are proving nearly defenseless in the face of the relentless Kaiju. On the verge of defeat, the forces defending mankind have no choice but to turn to two unlikely heroes—a washed-up former pilot (Charlie Hunnam) and an untested trainee (Rinko Kikuchi)—who are teamed to drive a legendary but seemingly obsolete Jaeger from the past. Together, they stand as mankind's last hope against the mounting apocalypse.

Director: Guillermo del Toro
Writers: Travis Beacham, Guillermo del Toro.

Release Date: 2013-07-11
Status: Released
Run time: 131 min / 2:11
Budget: $180,000,000
Revenue: $407,602,906
Production Companies : Double Dare You Productions, Legendary Entertainment, Indochina Productions, Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Countries: Canada, United States of America
Release Date: 2013-07-11
Status: Released
Run time: 131 min / 2:11
Budget: $180,000,000
Revenue: $407,602,906

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Casts

Idris Elba
as Stacker Pentecost
Charlie Hunnam
as Raleigh Becket
Rinko Kikuchi
as Mako Mori
Clifton Collins Jr.
as Tendo Choi
Max Martini
as Herc Hansen
Robert Kazinsky
as Chuck Hansen
Ron Perlman
as Hannibal Chau
Charlie Day
as Dr. Newton Geiszler
Burn Gorman
as Dr. Hermann Gottlieb
Robert Maillet
as Lt. Aleksis Kaidanovsky
Heather Doerksen
as Lt. Sasha Kaidanovsky
Larry Joe Campbell
as Tommy T
Brad William Henke
as Miles
Diego Klattenhoff
as Yancy Becket
Santiago Segura
as Wizened Man
Jane Watson
as Raleigh and Yancy's Mom
Jung-Yul Kim
as Hannibal Chau Thug
Joshua Peace
as Officer
Mana Ashida
as Young Mako
Joe Pingue
as Captain Merrit
Milton Barnes
as McTighe
Brian Frank
as 1st Officer
Ellen McLain
as Gipsy Danger AI (voice)
David Fox
as Old Man on Beach
Jake Goodman
as Child
Robin Thomas
as American UN Representative
Julian Barnes
as British UN Representative
David Richmond-Peck
as Canadian UN Representative
Sebastian Pigott
as Engineer
Victoria Marie
as Chinese Girl in Anti-Kaiju Refuge
J.C. Kenny
as TV Reporter
Robert Morse
as Raleigh and Yancy's Dad
Mike Chute
as Saltchuck Crew
Duncan McLeod
as Saltchuck Crew
Louis Paquette
as Saltchuck Crew
Matthew G. Taylor
as Saltchuck Crew
Frank Nakashima
as UN Representative
Terry Belleville
as UN Representative
Farzad Sadrian
as UN Representative
Mishu Vellani
as UN Representative
Clive Walton
as UN Representative
Peter Kosaka
as Young Mako's Father
Yiren Stark
as Young Mako's Mother
Mark Luu
as Wei Tang Triplet
Charles Luu
as Wei Tang Triplet
Lance Luu
as Wei Tang Triplet

Crew

Directing Guillermo del Toro Director
Writing Travis Beacham Screenplay
Writing Guillermo del Toro Screenplay
Sound Ramin Djawadi Original Music Composer
Camera Guillermo Navarro Director of Photography
Editing Peter Amundson Editor
Editing John Gilroy Editor
Art Andrew Neskoromny Production Design
Art Carol Spier Production Design
Costume & Make-Up Kate Hawley Costume Design
Art Peter Nicolakakos Set Decoration
Writing Travis Beacham Story
Production Guillermo del Toro Producer
Production Jon Jashni Producer
Production Mary Parent Producer
Production Thomas Tull Producer
Production Callum Greene Executive Producer
Production Margery Simkin Casting
Art Andrew Li Art Direction
Art Sandi Tanaka Art Direction
Art Richard L. Johnson Supervising Art Director
Art Elinor Rose Galbraith Supervising Art Director
Crew Brian N. Bentley Compositors
Visual Effects Scott F. Johnston Visual Effects
Visual Effects Weicheng Jiang Visual Effects
Crew Yuhon Ng Digital Effects Supervisor
Crew Erik Classen Compositors
Sound Gregg Rudloff Sound Re-Recording Mixer

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  • I'm writing this review in a hurry because every hour I wait makes it harder to remember "Pacific Rim Uprising." Which brings us to the second problem: no Del Toro. Even at their liveliest, these performers can only do so much without the originator at the helm. The project lacks the purplish ...

  • The first Pacific Rim was a very divisive film. Sure, it had its fair share of fans, but critics and fans either had a blast with it or it just wasn't for them.

  • Pacific Rim will probably go down as the best 3D film of the year, with the added dimension complementing the larger-than-life combat between Kaiju and Jaegar, and that alone is worth the $10 or so admission fee.

  • Pacific Rim 2 clearly suffers from not having Del Toro at the helm. His creativity was a big reason that John Boyega tries his hardest to carry this movie but it's just junk. Cailee Spaeny was pretty enjoyable as the sidekick to John and she's really the only other highlight from this movie.

  • Pacific Rim Uprising is a loyal, if unremarkable, successor to the giddy original. There’s still a lot of fun to be had in the pleasure of watching Kaijus clash with Jaegers in spectacular, bone ...

  • The sequel “Pacific Rim: Uprising” is, like the 2013 “Pacific Rim,” something of a chimera: a cheesy Japanese monster movie for people who happen to love “Transformers” for its ...

  • That “Pacific Rim Uprising” managed to hit me in my “Godzilla” sweet spot is the best recommendation I can give it. Pacific Rim Uprising NYT Critic's Pick

  • Pacific Rim : Uprising is a collage of dull scenes quite badly glued together, a movie which is tragically deprived of whatsoever emotional impact. A twelve hour straight Pac-man gameplay can create more hype and has a far stronger emotional impact than this movie.

  • “Pacific Rim Uprising” delivers plentiful CG mayhem, first between rival Jaegers (thanks to a mysterious rogue sentinel), and then between Jaegers and a trio of kaijus with transformative ...

  • Parents need to know that Pacific Rim: Uprising is the sequel to 2013's Pacific Rim.Like the first movie, it has tons of explosive, large-scale action/fantasy violence. The giants shoot and beat one another up with fists and various weapons, leading to massive destruction and offscreen deaths.