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Pacific Rim (3D Blu-ray)

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Pacific Rim (3D Blu-ray)

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What a great UHD DemoThis movie is a great genre film and if you have a 4K OLED TV its arguably the best tech demo you can find.Film:This movie is in large part excellent with a few narrative short cuts that really hinder the film. The movie feels like its missing minimally 15 minutes of development in act 2, character motivations seem undeveloped, arbitrary or childish because of pacing choices. Beyond this, you've got excellent world building, great art design, some very fun characters (when not struggling with the screen time issue) and clever use of the established fiction.For its strengths being executed so perfectly the film I think will persist as a standard bearer for the genre. I still disappointed that impatience seems to have curtailed its perfection, when you compare this with a film like "Predator" where the economy of the screenplay and the editing is perfect. This movie invites a successor to come along and supercede it with a more competently developed and executed story.IMHO this movie lands on not only must see but must own until something better comes along... and I don't think that will be any time soon.4K UHD HDR:This film is a perfect tech demo for the format and for OLED tech. Its rendition of HDR is the best I've seen in film so far. I don't know what else to say beyond that, its the best in a film I've seen to date, its the most consistently applied and on OLED its jaw dropping. Scenes that movie theaters failed to render look stunning here. If you own an OLED you need to buy and view this, don't stream it, you need to either download it or watch it from the disk.There are better movies out there that are not the same caliber of product, this is a must own IMHO.5Great movie. Alas seems is not native 4K. IMDB says digital intermediate is 2K. Is just upconverted to 4K. Thus overpriced?Loved the movie. Was going to be my first 4K UHD disc. Am disappointed is not native 4K movie. Saw a 4K owner post elsewhere to check on IMDB if digital intermediate is 4K. Checked IMDB under Technical Specs. Sure enough is 2K thus upscaled to 4K. Seems a bit over priced for not being native 4K. Amazon should distinguish between real 4K native movies and upscaled movies. Could even have 1K Blu-Rays that are upscaled to 4K and sold as 4K. Would never know was being scammed. Buyer beware.4Lovecraft meets Transformers?!?!I really thought I would hate this movie. I am not an "action movie" kind of person at all. My taste always seem to lead me down the rabbit hole of horror and sci-fi. I rented this on a late night with nothing else grabbing my interest; and I'm so glad I did. There is definitely a Lovecraft vibe to the monsters and their origins which I really liked and the concept behind the robot fighters was interesting, in the fact that you have more than one person being the hero, it's a team effort. The acting was good, but I think the directing and cinematography was great. It was a wonderful vision that draws you in and keeps you intrigued and entertained. Great movie for any any film lover.51.85:1 ratio = Best 3D experience!The 3D is very fun to watch. The special effects look great at the normal 16:9 ratio filing every inch of my 110" screen to give my entire vision 3D amazement! All the other 3D movies I've seen at home so far have be the super wide 2.4:1 ratio and the 3D while still great and fun its not as effective as it is in the 1.85:1 Ratio. This film was the perfect ratio for all the action and colors. I've seen this in 2D before when it first came out years ago so watching it in 3D was like watching an entirely new movie. I got the newest sequel to this film and watched both back to back and this had the best 3D effects mostly because it was 1.85:1 ratio and the newest film is 2.4:1 ratio. The sequel is good too and I recommend it as well, its available in 3D. Both films are like in story, typical Sc-Fi out there in a fantasy land and the story matches that but fun to watch if your into Sc-Fi!5Pinacle of KaijuDo you like robots, huge monsters, and destroyed cities? This movie covers it all, and in spades. This is the epitome of what godzilla yearned for. fantastic fight scenes, great plot (for a giant monster movie that is), and great acting.Well, for a giant monster movie. Anyone going into this expecting Oscar performances has got to re-align themselves. It's a sci-fi monster movie for pete's sake. But, surprisingly, the actors do an amazing job portraying real human relationships, conflict, and challenges. Even after watching this multiple times, it still draws some tears and cheers from me at certain points.Honestly, I don't know how they could have done the genre better. This is my epitome of the Kaiju genre. if you like those types of movies, This is definitely a good watch. If you like sci-fi and action (with believable plot), this is a good watch. If you like Mech's, this is a good watch. IMO you can't go wrong with this movie.5This movie has everything!! Robots and dinosaurs!!Godzilla had dinosaurs but no robots. Transformers had robots but no dinosaurs. This movie has both robots and dinosaurs! And not just any mechanical type robots, but super huge robots that are actually built by humans and take two or even three mind melded human pilots within them to operate!And not just any dinosaurs, but continually evolving dinosaurs that emerge from a trans-dimensional vortex in the ocean floor off the coast of Hong Kong from a secret under-the-ocean-floor dinosaur base where the original dinosaurs -- who were really aliens -- retreated to after their first attempt to take over the Earth -- millions of years ago -- didn't work. They've been stewing down their for ages learning to modify their own DNA to produce ever bigger, uglier, and more sophisticated dinosaurs to let loose in their latest attempt to take over the world. And now they're called "kaiju" which sounds Japanese so it's way cooler.And at least one of these dinosaurs either walked on the ocean floor or swam half way around the world just to destroy San Francisco. What is it with San Francisco? Godzilla destroyed San Francisco in 2014. San Francisco was destroyed in San Andreas in 2015. But Pacific Rim sent a kaiju there in 2013, so Pacific Rim got there first! And, there are many other cities that get destroyed by the kaiju too. City destruction fans will not be disappointed.But there's more. There's also a secret human base where the last of the "jaegers" -- which is a way cooler way to say "robots" -- are continually manned and maintained even though their funding has been cut off, which makes perfect sense because they're the only really effective defense humanity has against the kaijus.At this base you'll meet a tough, pretty, and endearing Asian girl; a leader who is very much like Nick Fury only without the eye patch; and not one but two wacky fun mad scientists who actually end up making a vital contribution to defeating the kaijus. Top this off with a macho young soldier with daddy issues (it even says in the movie) and a daddy soldier who is too macho to ever say anything kind to his son, and you've got a movie with everything!!Seriously, if you liked the Godzilla mess from 2014 you should love Pacific Rim. And if you didn't like Godzilla, you may be pleasantly surprised by this movie.4Shogun Warriors Gets a Facelift in a GOOD WayThe LA Times calls this film "Spectacular" for a good reason. When hordes of alien giant monsters start attacking from the ocean humanity must fight back hard. Using high technology we develop giant robots to fight the giant monsters. The robots require two pilots and were usually too slow to fight the monsters. Now soon to be defeated, humanity must call on a veteran pilot who is retired and a rookie pilot with very little experience. Remember The Shogun Warriors(giant robots fighting giant monsters) comics from Marvel in the 70's? This reminds me a LOT of those. As a matter of fact, this film is pretty much exactly the same thing. Giant, man-made robots with human operators inside fighting giant monsters to protect Earth. Imagine Godzilla fighting giant robots that resemble Master Chief in Halo(famous video game) and you are right on the money. If you are a fan of Godzilla, Gamera, or King Kong movies, this will be a favorite of yours and I guarantee it! AWESOME CGI! Incredible visual spectacle(s)! It is rated PG-13 for violence and nothing else. One thing for all you Sons of Anarchy fans out there(I am a BIG fan of that show!).You will EASILY recognize more than one person starring in this film! The Shogun Warriors from the 1970's comics meets modern CGI/special effects. 'Nuff said. Excelsior!5gripping filmLike a modern version of the 1950's Godzilla movies, but with better story lines. Idris Elba is always a wonderful actor, as are the other actors, with a memorable part with Ron Perlman (also on Sons of Anarchy) as a "dealer" of "parts" - never going to forget the shoe's he wears. Interesting fact that the younger actor Charlie Hunman (Sons of Anarchy) was born in England as so many complaints about his American accent! Maybe he just is good with accents, maybe he moved to USA so young that he has more trouble, but he is a compelling rising star.The hole at bottom of the ocean is an interesting idea for where these creatures come from, all around great matinee movie. Highly recommend!5Didn't feel very 4KOnly reviewing the 4K quality, not the movie itself. Movie is ***** if you love mind-numbing giant robots punching giant aliens. Good stuff.This was the first movie i watched on my new TV, as naturally i wanted to watch a visual audio spectacle first. Since then I have learned much more about 4K blu-rays, research prompted by my disappointment with the 4K quality of this movie. First and foremost is that many movies, especially those with heavy CGI, are rendered by the studio in 2K quality. That means that they only have a quarter as many pixels as 4K screens have. These master files are then upscaled to 4K and distributed. Upscaling is a scam. They cannot create information from a source that doesn't have that information. In many movies this "fake 4K" will only be for certain scenes, perhaps the actions sequences and the rest will be true 4K. If you haven't seen the movie i'll help you: there are perhaps only a few moments in this movie that are not heavily CGI and therefore only a few moments of true 4K.The HDR was nice and the only reason i'm giving it 3 star. Well, it is still a sight to behold, so even with the fake 4K, still a great watch.3Literally face-punching sound design, lots of non-cerebral fuI bought this movie for the sole purpose of testing out my new Elac Debut 7.1 1200W system. You literally could feel the air blowing your face and clothes From The Speakers! The film is silly, but the face blasting subwoofer definitely makes for a great experience, which really is what popcorn entertainment is for. I'm never upset about watching a giant robot/monster movie, even Robot Jocks. This was so much better. And you know, this movie is better *together* with someone you wouldn't mind piloting a giant robot with. Combined with better than it deserves acting and an outstanding score, Pacific Rim might not leave a ringing impression, but for me, at least, ringing ears.5
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