Pacific Rim: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack to the film of the same name. It was released on digital download from Amazon.com on June 18, 2013, and CD June 25, 2013. The physical version of the soundtrack was released on July 9, 2013, three days before the theatrical release of the film itself.
The soundtrack was met with mostly positive reviews. Danny Graydon of Empire rated it four out of five stars, saying, \"Ramin Djawadi employs the same muscular stylings that made his Iron Man score so enjoyable.\" Sherman Yang of MSN gave it a score of four out of five, commenting that \"The excellent mix of orchestral and electronic elements makes the title track a perfect start to what one hopes would be a jaw-dropping movie.\" Filmtracks also gave the soundtrack four out of five stars, commenting that \"Pacific Rim is for Djawadi what 2004's Catwoman was for Klaus Badelt, a score maligned because of its ingredients and Media Ventures/Remote Control origins despite containing a remarkable amount of thematic development and appropriate style for the subject matter.\" James Southall of Movie Wave gave it three-and-a-half out of five stars, commenting that \"The guitars, ostinato-based action and even the HORN OF DOOM which make up the opening track may be nothing fresh, but the composer pulls the familiar elements together better than any of his Remote Control peers (including the big boss) have done in a few years.\" Robert T. Trate of Mania.com gave the soundtrack a grade of A, calling it \"a complete kick-ass thrill ride that has the muscle to back it up. Yet, with all the giant monsters and robots, it never loses sight of the heart behind its characters.\" The Action Elite gave the album a perfect five stars, calling it \"A pulse pounding adrenaline rush of music which maintains a theme tune and heart all the way through it.\"
'Pacific Rim' is an all-out fun summer blockbuster. With fantastic special effects, tons of action, and a wildly loud sound effects, it's everything that a blockbuster should be. Watching it the first time, I couldn't help but think that this is the movie that 'Transformers' should have been.
I'm not a del Toro groupie. I also don't believe that 'Pacific Rim' is the best movie of the year. But I do believe that del Toro made a fantastic monster film and that 'Pacific Rim' is one of the year's most entertaining movies.
I'm in the middle of reviewing LG's stunning E6 OLED Ultra HD TV, which supports both HDR 10 and Dolby Vision, and produces black levels that embarrass the best plasma displays ever made. More on this soon.'Pacific Rim' is GLORIOUS in Ultra HD with HDR/WCG and may just be the finest example of what the format has to offer. It's not perfect -- there are a few moments of softness (the main title), skin tones are little flushed, and this HDR pass doesn't always deliver the spectral highlights and shadow details we'd want -- but it's darn close and blows the Blu-ray out of the water.From the first frame to the last, 'PacRim' produces a sumptuous array of visuals. The inky black levels of drift-dreams and the ocean floor drip in shadows, while the neon glow of Hong Kong cityscapes pop off the screen, giving the image an almost-3D quality. The wider color gamut is jaw dropping too; futuristic computer monitors hover in bold primaries, while the Kaijus are rich in their oozing pastels. I just can't get over how beautiful this movie looks. Talk about eye candy.This is a film where the VFX work varies from photo-real to something more akin to sytlized animé, and all of that holds up here. It seems HDR/WCG can reveal weaknesses in some UHD movies, say 'Fury Road', where certain effects feel lighter and less immersed in the movie's world. 'Pacific Rim', however, looks noticeably clearer and sharper and weighted than the Blu-ray and even the VUDU UHD version with Dolby Vision. Clearly, the added bandwidth of physical media has made this movie look better than ever.That said, and I need to do a little more research on this over multiple titles, in comparing this UHD Blu-ray with HDR10 to the VUDU UHD with Dolby Vision, the UHD BD isn't as good at revealing spectral highlights (note the Jaegar's various laser weapons) or shadow details. In that sense, the UHD BD is a bit more contrasty, leading to some crush. However, some of this may be more inherent on my LG E6, which I'm still dialing in; then again, the Dolby Vision VUDU stream, on the very same panel, offers much more shadow detail without sacrificing color or contrast.Bottom line. Meet your new Ultra HD demo disc. While not perfect, 'Pacific Rim' is one of my favorite Ultra HD offerings thus far (along with 'The Great Gatsby'). It's absolutely gorgeous, and a quantifiable upgrade for anyone with the right display.
Pacific Rim Uprising is the home video release of the 2018 action film of the same name. Pacific Rim: Uprising was June 5, 2018 for digital download, and later released June 19, 2018 on DVD, Blu-Ray, and 4K DVD.
No problem working out what the sequel to Guillermo del Toro's rubber monster-movie Pacific Rim is all about. It's about an hour and a half of robot-on-monster mayhem, on or around Mount Fuji in Japan.
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