Review: Legendary’s ‘Pacific Rim: Uprising’ is a Blast from the Breach

Pacific Rim: Uprising

In Guillermo del Toro’s 2013 movie, Pacific Rim, a dimensional rift opened at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, and through it emerged Kaiju, giant monsters engineered by the alien Precursors to move between dimensions and terraform planets. The Kaiju unleashed their fury on cities along the Pacific Rim and proved virtually unstoppable with conventional weapons. Gigantic humanoid mechas called Jaegers — piloted by humans connected via a neural bridge — were engineered to fight back. Jaeger Gipsy Danger, piloted by Raleigh Becket and Mako Mori, successfully closed the rift by detonating a bomb, aided by legendary Jaeger Marshal Stacker Pentecost, who gave his life to ensure the success of the mission. Ten years after the Battle of the Breach, the oceans have become restless once again. Enter Pacific Rim: Uprising, the sequel directed by Steven S. DeKnight (Marvel’s “Daredevil”) and starring John Boyega as Pentecost’s son. ›››

Continue Reading Review: Legendary’s ‘Pacific Rim: Uprising’ is a Blast from the Breach

Rate This!