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Postby Agent X » Sun Jul 14, 2013 7:26 pm

I'll keep this spoiler free.

Let me start by saying I a big fan of Godzilla (I have all the movies) and Mecha (I have all of Gundam released in North America in addition to more anime)

This movie is (in my opinion) the BEST MOVIE OF THE YEAR.

There has only been two movie to bring tears to my eye, 1st was Revenge of the Sith when Aayla Secura was killed, 2nd was Transfomers (2007) when I heard Peter Cullen.

Now Pacific Rim joins them and has out done them, cause tears of joy kept flowing.

Can't wait for Godzilla
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Re: Pacific Rim

Postby Wing Saber » Sun Jul 14, 2013 9:16 pm

I have heard that this movie is amazing. I want to see it so bad!
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Re: Pacific Rim

Postby Sabrblade » Sun Jul 14, 2013 9:31 pm

I've heard it be called the greatest Hollywood adaptation of Neon Genesis Evangelion without being an adaptation of Neon Genesis Evangelion. :P

I should probably check it out, myself. Still gotta see Monsters University, though (and maybe The Lone Ranger).
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Re: Pacific Rim

Postby Blademan91 » Mon Jul 15, 2013 12:44 am

Having been raised on Godzilla and Gundam its a must see for me as well. I will say that the heroclix pieces are sculpted very well and are broken as all get out.
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Re: Pacific Rim

Postby mightwork » Mon Jul 15, 2013 2:33 am

Pacific Rim is pretty much the most fun I've ever had at the movies! I'm trying to hunt down the NECA figures at the moment, because if there's one thing my shelves are missing it's a line of Jaegers and Kaijus!
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Re: Pacific Rim

Postby cyberwuss » Wed Aug 14, 2013 5:29 pm

I get tears of joy from Peter Cullen's Optimus Prime voice as KARR in Knight Rider, and the narrator in Warcraft 3, not to mention anything Transformers, especially Prime and Rescue Bots :D
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Re: Pacific Rim

Postby Sabrblade » Wed Aug 14, 2013 7:33 pm

cyberwuss wrote:I get tears of joy from Peter Cullen's Optimus Prime voice as KARR in Knight Rider, and the narrator in Warcraft 3, not to mention anything Transformers, especially Prime and Rescue Bots :D
What does that have ANYTHING to do with this topic?
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Re: Pacific Rim

Postby cyberwuss » Wed Aug 14, 2013 8:25 pm

Sabrblade wrote:
cyberwuss wrote:I get tears of joy from Peter Cullen's Optimus Prime voice as KARR in Knight Rider, and the narrator in Warcraft 3, not to mention anything Transformers, especially Prime and Rescue Bots :D
What does that have ANYTHING to do with this topic?


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There has only been two movie to bring tears to my eye, 1st was Revenge of the Sith when Aayla Secura was killed, 2nd was Transfomers (2007) when I heard Peter Cullen.
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Re: Pacific Rim

Postby Sabrblade » Wed Aug 14, 2013 8:27 pm

cyberwuss wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:
cyberwuss wrote:I get tears of joy from Peter Cullen's Optimus Prime voice as KARR in Knight Rider, and the narrator in Warcraft 3, not to mention anything Transformers, especially Prime and Rescue Bots :D
What does that have ANYTHING to do with this topic?


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There has only been two movie to bring tears to my eye, 1st was Revenge of the Sith when Aayla Secura was killed, 2nd was Transfomers (2007) when I heard Peter Cullen.
Then please quote the post (or part of the post) you are responding to so it looks less confusing.
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