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I'm thinking nothing but Southeast Asian islanders.
"Something you don't see in movies..." Spoken over big robots fighting in a city. Like most big scifi movies recently. "You've never seen anything like it before" spoken over a shot that could have come from any one of 20 movies I've seen in the last ten years.Get back to me on this one.
For some confused reason I thought this was a post about Scott and Rim's upcoming trip to Australia.
My thought from seeing Pacific Rim last night: This is everything it looked like it was going to be. That is 2.5 hours mostly of giant robots punching monsters. Incredibly stupid but also so much fun
I would argue that he wasn’t as cliched as people make him out to be because he both worked with a tragic backstory without being brooding and moody, and readily accepted the female lead as an equal and stood up for her without romantic intentions. Both of which are pretty rare for action movie leading men.If anything he was just kind of underdeveloped compared to what people are usually used to male leads being because they gave so much character development time to Mako, which isn’t exactly a negative point or anything. He was just simplified so she could have more of an arc.
Does anyone else think that the movie made two grave mistakes at the beginning?
Also, I can't remember the last time I was in the movies and there was an applause when the good guys win a fight.