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PACIFIC RIM

What to know: Filled with action and suspence.
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Recommended age 12-18
131 minutes
FeatureFilm
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This movie is so awesome! I love it because it has a ton of action and suspense. This movie is in 3-D which makes it even cooler because it really pops out of the screen. It really keeps you on the edge of your seat the whole movie. It is really cool and I think you will like it too.

This movie is about a guy named Raleigh who is fighting aliens in a big robot. He only does this because the aliens killed his brother and he wants to get revenge so he goes on this big risky adventure to kill the aliens. The main characters in this movie are Raleigh (Charlie Hunnam), Mako (Rinko Kikuchi), Stacker (Idris Elba), and Dr. Newton (Charlie Day). My favorite character is Raleigh because he is really cool, good at fighting and cares about people and will try and help them whenever he can. He really proves himself to be a great guy.

My favorite part in the movie is when Raleigh and Mako are going through each other minds when Raleigh see's one of Mako memories that makes her so sad and mad at the same time that she almost fires a plasma cannon and almost destroys the whole base. I think I liked this part so much because you see what happens to her and why she joined the agency and you feel what she is feeling, which is sad and mad. It is really cool how they did this.

I recommend this movie for ages 12 to 18 because there is a lot of violence in this movie and plus it's rated PG-13. It is also really cool to see in 3D.

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