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Pacific Rim

Lights, camera, action!

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Merton
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Post by Merton »

david_l_perry wrote:Just watched Pacific Rim with my lad.....Awesome. Exactly what I was expecting :D

Bloody great big robots battling with bloody great aliens......ace

Very obvious, but very awesome in a large smashy robot awesomeness that was awesome
I too finally watched it, last night.

The Missus thought it was terrible, as in even worse than Man Of Steel terrible. Persoanlly I think Man Of Steel took itself waaaay too seriously and Pacific Rim was totally camp and (hopefully) had its tongue firmly wedged in its cheek.

I have to completely agree with DLP though. Totally bonkers, silly and a lots of fun. Full of plot holes, obviously, and quite poorly acted on the whole, but I still had a great big shit-eating grin on my face from beginning to end. Pure escapism :)
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I watched it last night as well and thought it was a huge pile of pants. I wandered away about ten minutes before the end.

I quite enjoyed Man o Steel however.

Vive le difference :D
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:D

I think I am far more on the same level as my 9year old lad than I care to admit ....

I also still like playing Lego
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I tend to enjoy series much more than movies these days...Vikings...the walking dead....the following....game of thrones.....true detective...breaking bad.....all much better than any movie!

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iceonaboy wrote:I tend to enjoy series much more than movies these days...Vikings...the walking dead....the following....game of thrones.....true detective...breaking bad.....all much better than any movie!
Wouldn't argue with that...:)
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