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[Video] ‘Pacific Rim’s’ Opening and Closing Credits!

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Imaginary Forces has apparently been given permission to share both the opening and closing credit sequences to Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim (read our review), which did pretty okay in theaters this weekend with an estimated $38M.

Below you can watch the videos, each accompanied by a brief description of the sequence from the film set in a future in which malevolent creatures threaten the earth, and the planet must band together and use highly advanced technology to eradicate the growing menace.

A foreboding war room map collapses inwards, enveloping the emblems of fallen heroes. IF Director Miguel Lee worked with the film’s director Guillermo del Toro to create this ominous prelude which ushers us into the apocalyptic world of Pacific Rim.”

As the smoke clears from the epic battle, we venture through a panoply of monsters, machines, and their monumental feats. IF Creative Director Miguel Lee and his team worked closely with the film’s director Guillermo del Toro to present his colossal creations in stylistic fashion, combining macro-photography and a graphic novel aesthetic in stereoscopic 3D.



  • bambi_lives8980

    Again I must state how fucking awesome this movie really is. I’m in a state of perpetual motion sickness however after I saw that it was beat in the box ffice by Grown Ups 2, and Despicable Me 2. Anyway, if you’re even a slight sci-fi or action nut go check this shit out, it’s easily the best movie of its kind that I’ve seen in years.

    • WalkWithMeInDarkness

      Yeah, the movie was fucking epic. I agree with everything you said. Isn’t it funny that so many people bitch about the lack of originality in movies, but then an awesome film that isn’t a remake, a sequel or an adaption comes out and gets beaten by 2 sequels?

    • WalkWithMeInDarkness

      And before anyone says that robots vs. monsters isn’t original, I just mean that Pacific Rim is its own film, not based on a comic book, a cartoon or a previous movie.

  • K-Dogg

    i thought it was pretty good, lots of cool shit, but not as good as I hoped. My god those 2 scientist goofs were freaking annoying as hell, I know they were for comic relief, but just could not stand them. But hey, just my opinion.

  • turtlenipple

    I absolutely loved the movie but wonder what it’d have been like if it had a more serious tone that dialed down the cheese. The scene with the jaeger pilot (blanking on her name) as a little girl gave me the chills and I wish we would have got more of that sort of thing. Would have been nice to care about the people that they were fighting to protect. But when it comes down to it, it was a fantastic time at the movies and I’m pleased I got to see such a spectacle. Will be seeing it again. and again.

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