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Just saw this movie the SECOND time!

By NaMmMm_Chicken
Written February 26, 2017
This is such a fun movie to watch! I've been looking forward to seeing this movie since it first previewed in last year's Comic Con in San Diego. This movie was a tribute to the 'Kaiju genre' of the 1950's (big robots/big monsters) and Guillermo Del Toro nailed it!
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The movie we wish we saw when we were kids

By DaveSanJo
Written February 26, 2017
This movie was the movie we wish they could have made when we were kids; better graphics and better acting, Definitely anime influences but certainly unique in its own right. This is one of those movies that you want to see in IMAX 3D. It really represents the cross over genera that is happening due to the Internet being a medium of combining story telling styles from across the globe. I can't wait to see more movies like this mix.
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Completely Engrossing

By Mrmichaelhill
Written July 01, 2016
I absolutely loved this movie! Everything you would want out of a summer blockbuster. Incredible special effects, engaging characters, a ridiculous but coherent plot. Seeing it in IMAX 3D was well worth the extra $$ too.
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A great summer popcorn movie

By pianomanshaun
Written August 28, 2016
Don't go expecting amazing acting and no plot holes, but do expect great VFX and action scenes. I'd definitely see this on the biggest screen you can. In my case it was an IMAX 3D presentation and it was immersive and intense and the huge screen definitely helped play up the immense scale of the jaegers. I loved the kaiju and thought that for the most part, they did a great job in portraying the incredible scale and sheer destructive power of both alien and machine. I'm gonna go again.
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Pacific Rim at the Mini-IMAX

By drpwsmith
Written July 30, 2016
An entertaining movie with lots of great visuals. The shortage of A-list actors made it all the more entertaining, as the performances were quite good. Perhaps a little heavy on the battle scenes, although that is to be expected in an era where actual theaters are fighting home entertainment systems for customers. This is definitely one film that plays better in IMAX-3D than on a home DVD player. As a side note, there should be some standard for screen size in "IMAX". We went to the show expecting the familiar multi-story IMAX , only to find a standard movie screen.
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