Pacific Rim – Blockade of Guillermo del Toro

The giant robots on the screen are no strangers to the generation of 21st-century audiences. Michael Bay’s blockbuster bombing campaign around the world during the past 10 years has so many people drowning. Not that people are bored of robots (playing robots is forever dream of boys), but tired of the story and lazy overuse of excessive effects director Michael Bay. But Guillermo del Toro’s robot is different, it’s actually a human-driven robot and therefore its meaning in human society becomes much more intriguing and attractive.

I remember the first time watching Pacific Rim in 2013, I did not have much impression, a rude film, with a simple and straightforward story that one who likes to watch art films like me is very hard to accept the ease . But I’m wrong. Over time, over the years I revisited the Pacific Rim, and found myself looking at the movie quite differently. I really was directed by Guillermo del Toro for giving the audience a movie for boyhood but the thought of adults.

The giant robots on the screen are no strangers to the generation of 21st-century audiences. Michael Bay’s blockbuster bombing campaign around the world during the past 10 years has so many people drowning. Not that people are bored of robots (playing robots is forever dream of boys), but tired of the story and lazy overuse of excessive effects director Michael Bay. But Guillermo del Toro’s robot is different, it’s actually a human-driven robot and therefore its meaning in human society becomes much more intriguing and attractive.

The movie is set to begin in 2013. At that time, people were suffering from a catastrophe by giant alien monsters (Kaiju) appearing in the ocean through an underwater portal beneath the Pacific Ocean. To counter the devastating destruction of the Kaiju, the governments studied and produced giant robots called Jaeger (meaning Hunter in German). Jaeger is extremely enormous, so to control, each robot needs two pilots to join together by connecting the nerve to each other, and connect it to the robot system to control every move. its action. The nerve connection required the two pilots to penetrate the memory and at the same time understand each other to help Jaeger’s every move become perfect.

In a fight against Kaiju, Raleigh’s brother Becket (Charlie Hunnam), Yancy (Diego Klattenhoff), is killed. Raleigh alone brought the giant robot to the land, and since then, the grief has made him decide to retire as a soldier to become a construction worker – building a massive wall to prevent monsters. sea. After Jaeger’s failure, the governments decided to cancel Jaeger’s program to fight the monsters, instead a large wall was built around the Pacific. Opposition to the government did not understand the outcome of the Pentagon’s Stacker Pentecost (Idris Elba), who pushed him to Hong Kong, the last place on Earth to retain Jaeger against Kaiju. Here, Raleigh is called back, he combined with Mako Mori (Rinko Kikuchi) form a pair of excellent robot control against the invasion of aliens.

Indeed, although cinema has now witnessed tremendous strides in crafting techniques, the Pacific Rim still offers a stunning overwhelming feeling in creating a world where people are so Small compared to Kaiju and Jaeger. But in return, human beings have the wisdom to help the world stand before the invasion. Travis Beacham says that, thanks to a merry morning, he wandered off the coast and found the monster-like, ghostly cliffs that inspired him to create the story. Thanks to that, with the great visual talents of the magician Guillermo del Toro, Pacific Rim brings to the audience a world that is entering the apocalyptic yet extremely splendid and glorious.

The story is simple, but the way it is interpreted, as well as the size of the character to repress the emotions of the audience has brought great effects. Charlie Hunnam is not a good actor, his expressions are not good enough. Mako Mori is great. That helped del Toro help the audience spend time in the process of waiting for the grand battle of the jaeger. As an action movie, good action scenes will greatly support the story, however with Pacific Rim, when the director and screenwriter has built it into a world of small but well-written messages. and the solidarity of the people, the attitude of the audience for the film is far from the attitude of the Transformers. Therefore, I really expect, director Guillermo del Toro will continue to develop and make more movies about Jaeger and Kaiju.

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