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Pacific Rim (11-Jul-2013)

Director: Guillermo del Toro

Writers: Travis Beacham; Guillermo del Toro

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Alien Invasion, Robots

A former pilot and trainee join forces to commandeer an "obsolete" mechanical robot in a last-ditch effort to inhibit the Apocalypse's arrival.

In a future in which otherworldly aliens known as "Kaijus" emerged from an extradimensional portal under the Pacific Ocean and kicked off a devastating war against coastal cities, humankind is on the defensive. Desperate to end the struggle after a prolonged period of fighting that leaves humanity staring the Apocalypse in the face, Stacker Pentecost, the commander of a group of near-obsolete robotic warrior-machines called "Jaegers", enlists the help of retired pilot Raleigh Becket and -- after some tough convincing -- adoptive daughter and trainee Mako Mori in an attempt to mount a last-ditch nuclear assault against the vicious Kaiju threat.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Larry Joe Campbell
29-Nov-1970   Andy on According to Jim
Clifton Collins, Jr.
16-Jun-1970   One Eight Seven
Charlie Day
9-Feb-1976   It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Idris Elba
6-Sep-1972   The Wire
Brad William Henke
10-Apr-1966   Owen Rowan on October Road
Charlie Hunnam
10-Apr-1980   Sons of Anarchy
Rinko Kikuchi
6-Jan-1981   Babel
Max Martini
11-Dec-1969   Mack Gerhardt on The Unit
Ron Perlman
13-Apr-1950   Hellboy
Santiago Segura
17-Jul-1965   Torrente, the Stupid Arm of the Law
Robin Thomas
12-Feb-1949   Louis Perillo on The Division


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