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Titanes del Pacífico

Titanes del Pacífico
Titanes del Pacífico Rating: 70 out of 100 based on 31 reviews.

Pacific Rim (titulada Titanes del Pacífico en Hispanoamérica) es una película estadounidense de ciencia ficción dirigida por Guillermo del Toro basada en un guion de Travis Beacham. La película está ambientada en un futuro cercano, donde los seres humanos controlan androides mecánicos sosteniendo batallas colosales contra monstruos de grandes proporciones, que surgen misteriosamente de lo más profundo del Océano Pacífico.

La película se estrenará en 3D y en IMAX 3D el 12 de julio de 2013.

Trama

Cuando legiones de monstruosas criaturas, denominadas Kaiju, comienzan a salir del mar, se inicia una guerra que acabará con millones de vidas y que consumirá los recursos de la humanidad durante interminables años. Para combatir a los Kaiju gigantes diseñan un tipo especial de arma: enormes robots, llamados Jaegers, que son controlados simultáneamente por dos pilotos cuyas mentes están bloqueadas en un puente neural. Pero incluso los Jaegers proporcionan poca defensa ante los incansables Kaiju. A punto de la derrota, las fuerzas que defienden a la humanidad no tienen otra elección que recurrir a dos insólitos héroes: un ex piloto acabado (Charlie Hunnam) y un aprendiz que todavía no se ha puesto a prueba (Rinko Kikuchi). Ambos se unen para traer a un legendario pero al parecer obsoleto Jaeger del pasado. Juntos, son la última esperanza de la humanidad frente al Apocalipsis que se avecina. (FILMAFFINITY)

Interpretación
Charlie Hunnam

Raleigh Becket
Idris Elba

Stacker Pentecost
Rinko Kikuchi

Mako Mori
Diego Klattenhoff

Yancy Becket
Charlie Day

Dr. Newton Geiszler
Burn Gorman

Gottlieb
Max Martini

Herc Hansen
Robert Kazinsky

Chuck Hansen (as Rob Kazinsky)
Clifton Collins Jr.

Ops Tendo Choi
Ron Perlman

Hannibal Chau
Brad William Henke

Construction Foreman
Larry Joe Campbell

Construction Worker
Mana Ashida

Young Mako
Santiago Segura

Wizened Man
Joe Pingue

Captain Merrit
Producción
Director:Guillermo del Toro
Producer:Callum Greene (executive producer)
Jon Jashni (producer)
Mary Parent (producer)
Thomas Tull (producer)
Jillian Share Zaks (co-producer)
Chen On Chu (line producer: Hong Kong)
Guillermo del Toro (producer)
Writer:Travis Beacham (story)
Guillermo del Toro (screenplay)
Valoraciones de Titanes del Pacífico
iHaveNet.com
The Summer of Loud continues this week with "Pacific Rim," full of sound and fury signifying nothing more than a monster movie in full roar. Director and co-writer Guillermo del Toro's clever if rather wearying ode to Japanese sea-beast mythology is...
Movies.com
Godzilla/Gojira was a metaphor. He was the terror of Hiroshima and Nagasaki-made monster. But his serious intent didn't last long. Soon after his first film he was fired from being a metaphor and became a groovy pro-wrestler taking on all other...
MovieCrypt.com
In the future, a mysterious rift in the Pacific Ocean floor begins letting skyscraper-sized monsters into our world: the Kaiju. The first creature leveled most of San Francisco before it was destroyed, but with each subsequent attack, it was becoming...
Leer crítica14 jul 2013
Aisle Seat
Kaiju is a Japanese word meaning “giant monster.” It is most frequently associated with a genre of film that features such creatures attacking major cities and/or other creatures. Godzilla is the most famous example of a kaiju, as are the many...
MediaMikes
Beginning in the present day and running through the year 2025, “Pacific Rim” delivers a futuristic lesson about coming together; not as a nation or as a race, but as humans joining together to keep Earth safe from destruction.
Leer crítica12 jul 2013
Noticias
Muy satisfechos tienen que estar los responsables de “Pacific Rim” con esta película que ha rodado Guillermo del Toro. Así, Legendary Pictures ya planea su secuela, y eso que el filme no llegará a las salas de cine hasta el mes de julio de 2013.
Joaquín R. Fernández (labutaca.net) - 2012-12-05
Valoraciones de Titanes del Pacífico
iHaveNet.com
The Summer of Loud continues this week with "Pacific Rim," full of sound and fury signifying nothing more than a monster movie in full roar. Director and co-writer Guillermo del Toro's clever if rather wearying ode to Japanese sea-beast mythology is...
Movies.com
Godzilla/Gojira was a metaphor. He was the terror of Hiroshima and Nagasaki-made monster. But his serious intent didn't last long. Soon after his first film he was fired from being a metaphor and became a groovy pro-wrestler taking on all other...
MovieCrypt.com
In the future, a mysterious rift in the Pacific Ocean floor begins letting skyscraper-sized monsters into our world: the Kaiju. The first creature leveled most of San Francisco before it was destroyed, but with each subsequent attack, it was becoming...
Leer crítica14 jul 2013
Aisle Seat
Kaiju is a Japanese word meaning “giant monster.” It is most frequently associated with a genre of film that features such creatures attacking major cities and/or other creatures. Godzilla is the most famous example of a kaiju, as are the many...
MediaMikes
Beginning in the present day and running through the year 2025, “Pacific Rim” delivers a futuristic lesson about coming together; not as a nation or as a race, but as humans joining together to keep Earth safe from destruction.
Leer crítica12 jul 2013
Reel Film Reviews
Directed by Guillermo del Toro, Pacific Rim follows several humans as they battle enormous sea monsters using building-sized robots. It's a seemingly foolproof setup that's employed to consistently unwatchable effect by del Toro, with the...
Leer crítica12 ago 2013
Rolling Stone
The Pacific Rim trailer gave me nightmares. For all the wrong reasons. Seeing machines bumping fenders made me think the great Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro (Pan's Labyrinth, Hellboy) had transformed into Michael Bay, the Antichrist of techno...
Leer crítica11 jul 2013
Houston Press
Let's not mince words: Pacific Rim may look like a summer blockbuster, walk like a summer blockbuster, and destroy alarmingly expansive swaths of commercial real estate like a summer blocbuster, but its target audience might well be limited to those whose
Leer crítica12 jul 2013
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
the Pacific Ocean, igniting a horrific war in which millions of lives were sacrificed and humanity’s resources were drained for years. To fight the relentless, oppressive behemoths, massive 25-story-tall robots, called Jaegers, have been deployed.
Leer crítica16 jul 2013
CinemaBlend.com
That's just one of the many--but probably the best-- overheated lines of dialogue in Pacific Rim, a movie that promises bigness and grandness with its every fiber and then strains so very hard to deliver.
Movie Web
I never thought this day will come. What we have here is the movie that celebrates the japanese culture media and who could pull it off better than Guillermo Del Toro, the visionary director of such classics like Pan's Labyrinth, Hellboy 1 and...
Leer crítica15 jul 2013
Fan The Fire
There is a moment in Pacific Rim, Guillermo del Toro’s loving homage to the Japanese Kaiju genre, in which a giant robot’s arm smashes through the side of building mid-punch and, at the very apex of its swing, gently touches the ball on a...
Leer crítica8 jul 2013
HollywoodChicago.com
Leave it to the wondrous auteur, director Guillermo del Toro, to push the boundaries of giant science fiction epics simply by paying homage to their predecessors. The grand, glorious embrace of “Pacific Rim” leaves no stone of cult film fun unturned.
Leer crítica11 jul 2013
ReviewSTL
When you talk about big action movies, few come bigger than Pacific Rim – a film that pits humans in giant mechas versus even bigger monsters from another realm. It’s a genre that has been alive and well in Japan for decades, but one that hasn’t been...
NJ.com
"Pacific Rim" is the kind of movie I would have loved when I was 10 years old.
Leer crítica11 jul 2013
EmanuelLevy.Com
First come first: “Pacific Rim” is one of the more satisfying and impressive spectacles this summer, offering a feast to the eyes, largely due to the idiosyncratic vision of the brilliant director Guillermo Del Toro (“Pan’s Labyrinth”).
News Blaze
When an undersea earthquake ripped a massive fissure along a fault line beneath the Pacific Ocean, it left a crevice wide enough for a race of subterranean sea monsters to escape and rise to the surface.
Leer crítica10 jul 2013
Sacramento News & Review
Pacific Rim goes straight onto the guilty-pleasures list—at least after one viewing. To see it more than once might be to risk shamefaced thoughts of how many poor families in Kolkata could be fed and clothed with the money spent on just 10 minutes of...
Leer crítica11 jul 2013
The A.V. Club
Money hasn’t changed Guillermo Del Toro, it’s just increased the size of his sandbox. With Pacific Rim, the director of Pan’s Labyrinth and the Hellboy movies has mounted his first bona-fide blockbuster, in which human-controlled robots wage war on...
Leer crítica10 jul 2013
RedEye
Forget “Avatar,” a movie with supposedly mind-blowing visuals that looked cool for a while but, because James Cameron offered nothing else, I eventually thought, “This is pretty. And pretty bad.”
Leer crítica11 jul 2013
Entertainment Weekly
No one can question Guillermo del Toro's passion for Japanese monster movies. The fanboy-friendly director, who earned his Comic-Con bona fides by crafting oddball fantasias including Pan's Labyrinth and the Hellboy films, has spoken at length...
Leer crítica11 jul 2013
One Guy's Opinion
There was a time when one looked forward to a new film by Guillermo del Toro with great anticipation—back when he was turning out haunting smaller pictures like “Cronos,” “The Devil’s Backbone” and “Pan’s Labyrinth,” and even “Mimic.”
MovieXclusive.com
As far as summer blockbusters go, ‘Pacific Rim’ has probably the most unabashedly uncomplicated premise - giant robots versus giant monsters. How much you enjoy Guillermo del Toro’s robot-monster smackdown ultimately depends on whether you expect the...
Science Fiction Flim
Pacific Rim is not a very good movie. That’s not to say that a lot of people aren’t going to have a lot of fun watching it. If you are in touch with your inner twelve year old and can check your brain at the door, you are going to have a great time.
QNetwork Entertainment
Everything about Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim is massive. Not just huge, but genuinely massive, gargantuan, towering. The entirety of the film, in which humanity battles against enormous alien creatures from another dimension known as...
Shadows on the Wall
There's a nice throwback sensibility to this bombastic action thriller, which draws on the traditions of Japanese monster movies to tell its frankly ludicrous story. But the structure is badly flawed, eliminating any sense of suspense by sticking so...
Leer crítica5 jul 2013
Empire
A big, brash, unpretentious B movie that lives down to its billing: robots punching monsters — it does what it says on the Rim.
WeLoveMovieClub.com
เรื่องราวเริ่มต้นขึ้นเมื่อโลกถูกรุกรานโดยสิ่งมีชีวิตขนาดยักษ์ที่มีชื่อว่า ‘ไคจู’ ที่เดินทางข้ามมิติมายังโลกผ่านหลุมมิติที่อยู่ใจกลางทะเลลึกและเพื่อป้องกันตนเองฝ่ายมนุษย์จึงทำการสร้างหุ่นยนต์ยักษ์ที่มีชื่อเรียกว่า ‘เยเกอร์’ ขึ้นมา...
Leer crítica11 jul 2013
Express.co.uk
According to mindnumbing, corny epic Pacific Rim the threat of alien invasion lies not from distant planets but lurks at the bottom of the ocean. Now there is a bridge to our world and the giant beasties, called Kaiju, are out to kill us all.
Leer crítica12 jul 2013
TotalFilm.com
“The deeper you bond, the better you fight,” Stacker Pentecost (Idris Elba) tells two co-warriors. Syncing emotion with action with more action, Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim is a warmer Transformers – or Real Steel writ extra-large, complete with...
Leer crítica10 jul 2013
The Sydney Morning Herald
One film, the vast majority of the entity, is made up entirely of a series of monsters versus robots battles. They are spectacular and impressive and a 3D, surround sound, digital extravaganza.
Leer crítica9 jul 2013
Interpretación
Charlie Hunnam...Raleigh Becket
Idris Elba...Stacker Pentecost
Rinko Kikuchi...Mako Mori
Diego Klattenhoff...Yancy Becket
Charlie Day...Dr. Newton Geiszler
Burn Gorman...Gottlieb
Max Martini...Herc Hansen
Robert Kazinsky...Chuck Hansen (as Rob Kazinsky)
Clifton Collins Jr....Ops Tendo Choi
Ron Perlman...Hannibal Chau
Brad William Henke...Construction Foreman
Larry Joe Campbell...Construction Worker
Mana Ashida...Young Mako
Santiago Segura...Wizened Man
Joe Pingue...Captain Merrit
Heather Doerksen...Lt. A. Kaidanovsky
Robert Maillet...Lt. S. Kaidanovsky
Ellen McLain...Gipsy Danger AI (voice)
Jake Goodman...Child
Robin Thomas Grossman...American UN Representative
David Richmond-Peck...Canadian UN Representative (as David Richmond Peck)
Tyler Stevenson...Young Yancy
Milton Barnes...McTighe
Paul Michael Wyers...Young Raleigh (as Paul Wyers)
Duncan McLeod...Saltchuck Crew
Jane Watson...Raleigh and Yancy's Mom
Robert Morse...Raleigh and Yancy's Dad
Farzad Sadrian...UN Representative
Clive Walton...UN Representative
Brian Frank...1st Officer
David Fox...Old Man on Beach
Julian Barnes...British UN Representative
Charles Luu...Wei Tang Triplet
Lance Luu...Wei Tang Triplet
Mark Luu...Wei Tang Triplet
Joshua Peace...Officer
Sebastian Pigott...Engineer
Victoria Marie...Chinese Girl in Anti-Kaiju Refuge
Roger Wong...Man in Anti-Kaiju Refuge
J.C. Kenny...TV Reporter (as JC Kenny)
Mike Chute...Saltchuck Crew
Louis Paquette...Saltchuck Crew
Matthew G. Taylor...Saltchuck Crew
Terry Belleville...UN Representative
Frank Nakashima...UN Representative
Mishu Vellani...UN Representative
Peter Kosaka...Young Mako's Father
Yiren Stark...Young Mako's Mother
Hubert Tran...Asian Boy
Trek Buccino...Young Newt
Drew Adkins...Young Gottlieb
Kelvin Lum...Hannibal Chau Thug
Soo David Chum Ling...Hannibal Chau Thug
Randy Lee...Hannibal Chau Thug
Jung-Yul Kim...Hannibal Chau Thug
Kaelyn Wong...Hannibal Chau Thug
Timothy Gibbs...Marine (uncredited)
Sunil Narkar...Journalist (uncredited)
Neil Whitely...UN Representative (uncredited)
Phi Huynh...Mechanic (uncredited)
Mark Baldesarra...Construction Worker (uncredited)
Emerson Wong...Cadet #3 (uncredited)
William S. Wong...Engineer (uncredited)
Derek Herd...Construction Worker (uncredited)
Justin Major...Marine (uncredited)
Alan Tang...Cadet #2 (uncredited)
Joe Vercillo...Marine (uncredited)
Cindy Sit...Mechanic (uncredited)
Don Shirey...News Anchor (uncredited)
Bonnie Siu...Locen Tech (uncredited)
Jimmy Chimarios...Marine (uncredited)
Matthew William Jones...Cadet #4 (uncredited)
Producción
Director:Guillermo del Toro
Producer:Callum Greene (executive producer)
Jon Jashni (producer)
Mary Parent (producer)
Thomas Tull (producer)
Jillian Share Zaks (co-producer)
Chen On Chu (line producer: Hong Kong)
Guillermo del Toro (producer)
Writer:Travis Beacham (story)
Guillermo del Toro (screenplay)
Composer:Ramin Djawadi
Cinematographer:Guillermo Navarro (director of photography)
Editing:Peter Amundson
John Gilroy
Casting:Margery Simkin
Production Design:Carol Spier
Andrew Neskoromny
Art Director:Elinor Rose Galbraith (supervising art director)
Andrew Li
Richard L. Johnson (supervising art director)
Sandi Tanaka
Set Decorator:Peter P. Nicolakakos
Costume Design:Kate Hawley
Makeup:Jordan Samuel (head of makeup department)
Kevin Carter (special effects contact lenses (uncredited)
Paul R.J. Elliot (head of hair department)
Verity Fiction (additional makeup artist (uncredited)
Cliona Furey (assistant hair stylist)
Patricia Keighran (key makeup artist)
Colin Penman (key makeup artist)
Ryan Reed (personal hair stylist: Idris Elba)
Sondra Treilhard (key hair stylist)
Stacey Butterworth (wig maker (uncredited)
Koji Ohmura (additional makeup artist (uncredited)
Cristina Patterson (contact lens designer/painter (uncredited)
Pipsan Ayotte (key makeup artist: b camera)
Teresa Buccione (key hair stylist: b camera)
Production Management:D.J. Carson (unit production manager)
Sara Romilly (post-production supervisor)
Mark Scoon (executive in charge of production (uncredited)
Ty Warren (executive in charge of production: Legendary Pictures (uncredited)
Afnahn Khan (post production executive (uncredited)
Jason Pomerantz (production manager: IMAX (uncredited)
Dustin Bernard (unit production manager: b camera, Los Angeles)
Callum Greene (unit production manager)
Joanne Jackson (production manager: b camera)
Michelle Russell (unit production manager: b camera, Australia)
Compañía
Production Studio:Legendary Pictures
Distributor:Warner Bros. Pictures
Warner Bros.
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