I generally like the Cinema Sins videos. They’re snarky and fun. This one for Pacific Rim is fun, too, but come on, Cinema Sins….Pacific Rim is an easy target and these sins are too lengthy. Not your best work. But it’s still good enough to post and share.
Here’s their take on Pacific Rim.
If this edition of “How It Should of Ended” seems to not be their best, it’s only because a film like Pacific Rim is an easy target.
A new day brings a new trailer for Guillermo Del Toro’s Giant Robots vs. Giant Monsters movie. This trailer focuses more on the humans involved in the fighting and tones down the sound effects and dials up the dialog. What you get is awesomeness. This one screams to be seen on the big screen, if you know what I mean.
PleaseDontSuck, pleaseDontSuck, pleaseDontSuck…
The official WonderCon trailer for Pacific Rim has dropped and oh boy, talk about monster mashing goodness, this has Kaiju bashing in spades (and oil tankers). You’re either going to love giant robots vs. monster or not, I’m pretty sure there’s no middle ground. Maybe Guillermo del Toro can add a bit of depth to what otherwise looks like a giant summer blockbuster. We’ll see, but really, when you have Godzilla mixed with Neon Genesis Evangelion, do we really care? Wait, was that GLaDOS? It’s official, I don’t care if there’s any more to the story or not…
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2013 is going to be a big year for sci-fi movies set in an apocalyptic or post-apocalyptic Earth. Barring the odd few that aren’t projected to be blockbuster megahits, such as John Dies at the End,which will be coming out this January, or The World’s End, set to release in late October, here are the top five post-Earth sci-fi movies coming out in 2013.
The trailer for Guillermo del Toro’s new film Pacific Rim has hit the streets. It’d officially called “Pacific Rim” but I have a feeling it will simply be known as Monsters vs. Robots.
The plot has been briefly described as:
When an alien attack threatens the Earth’s existence, giant robots piloted by humans are deployed to fight off the menace.
And really, what more needs to be said?