Watch the ‘Pacific Rim’ Opening and Closing Title Sequences

Imaginary Forces created these innovative credits for Guillermo del Toro's monsters vs. machines sci-fi thriller, in theaters now.
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Watch the ‘Pacific Rim’ Opening and Closing Title Sequences

If you're still not convinced you want to pay $20 a ticket to see Pacific Rim in 3D IMAX this weekend, the Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures sci-fi thriller is now offering you a chance to watch the opening and closing credit sequences online. Created by Imaginary Forces, these scenes give no real plot points away, except that you'll be paying to watch a lot of Mechs smash a lot of Monsters in this Guillermo del Toro directed blockbuster. Check these out before finally committing to that Grown Ups 2 ticket. You might change your mind about how you spend your Saturday night. And then again, you might not!

Pacific Rim was released July 12th, 2013.

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  • youngrizo • 2 years ago

    This movie suffers from what i like to call the "hey guys, look at this, isn't this cool" problem.

    You know when a kid is playing with his toys and you think they are cool cause he is having so much fun... this is not that, this is that kid who even if he has all the best toys, sits there trying to tell you how cool they are and why you should like them.

    It's a 2 hour movie... features maybe 7/8 battles and only 2 of them are actually cool... and in every fight, the camera zooms in too much for 2 thirds of the fight.

    Add to it, Stacker and Mako are the only interesting characters but neither are the main character... then the problem is also that you are catching up on the story at it's tail end, so it's like watching the last movie in a trilogy without having seen the first 2, and the characters are too poorly developed to make you care.

    The only redeeming qualities are Idris Elba's performance and that plot with Stacker and Mako... the Mechs are cool but the only time you get good views of them is in the moments leading up to a fight, because either as soon as the fight starts or 5 to 10 seconds in, the camera zooms in...

    I really wish this movie was better.


    • 2movieguys • 2 years ago

      Anything to sell this film!! I will wait for rental!!!


      • therealGoku • 2 years ago

        If you're not into 2 hours of talking and 10 minutes of action then go see this movie! Action all the way through


        • themoviefanatic • 2 years ago

          Very Cool!


          • c-a-r-t-m-a-n • 2 years ago

            best best best best best best movie of 2013..... omg iv no words,.. IMAX 3D + Pacific Rim = best ever movie experience..


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