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Review: Logic takes flying leap in 'Pacific Rim'

7:56 PM, Jul. 10, 2013
You have to at least love the body-sculpting armor worn by robot-driving partners Charlie Hunnam and Rinko Kikuchi in the sci-fi war flick 'Pacific Rim.'
You have to at least love the body-sculpting armor worn by robot-driving partners Charlie Hunnam and Rinko Kikuchi in the sci-fi war flick 'Pacific Rim.'
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Sheer madness. That's what this is, this movie that Guillermo del Toro just HAD to make, and for which he abandoned "The Hobbit."

Dude wanted to make a "Godzilla" movie. Married to a "Tranformers" picture. With a little "Starship Troopers" and "Independence Day" and "Hellboy" mixed in.

It's the future of cinema - or the present: a movie cunningly calculated to lure Hollywood's biggest growth market with just its title - "Pacific Rim." That's where this sci-fi war is fought and that's where the audience lies - American fanboys and Asian and Australian ones, too. ...

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