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The film sets in the Earth in future when the giant sea monsters named Kaiju attack and threaten the perdition of humanity. Humans create a special weapon called Jaeger - the giant robots is controlled by nervous system of humans, to against the Kaiju monster from Pacific Rim. Jaeger named Gypsy which is controlled by Raleigh and his brother Yanci has destroyed so many Kaiju. However, during a clash against a violent kaiju, Yanci forever goes. After that battle, Raleigh wanders around the Earth and becomes a worker. Next day, the Commander Stacker suggests him and the most elite warriors make an attack on the Pacific Rim fissure under the sea - the lair of the Kaiju. But if Raleigh want to continue fighting and win the last battle in the Pacific Rim, his has to find a substitute to his brother to control Jaeger with him. Who can connect spirituality with him? And if Pacific Rim war end when kaiju is increasingly powerful?
It is possible to applaud Pacific Rim for the efficacy of its business model while deploring the tale that has been engendered -- long, loud, dark, and very wet. You might as well watch the birth of an elephant.
Del Toro is a dreamer. He's a visionary. If you give him a pile of money to make enormous robots fight enormous monsters at the end of civilization, he will work to make Pacific Rim a movie that makes you feel all the enormousness.