History YMMV / PacificRim

14th Jul '17 5:46:23 PM patriciovalencia117
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** Sadly, some ([[FriendlyFandoms but not all]]) fans of either ''Pacific Rim'' or ''Film/{{Godzilla|2014}}'' would rather antagonize each other over the very different takes and tones on the giant monster movie. This rivalry turned sour given how ''Godzilla'' proved to be more financially successful and will be getting its own cinematic universe while the sequel to ''Pacific Rim'' was repeatedly delayed.

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** Sadly, some ([[FriendlyFandoms but not all]]) fans of either ''Pacific Rim'' or ''Film/{{Godzilla|2014}}'' would rather antagonize each other over the very different takes and tones on the giant monster movie. This rivalry turned sour given how ''Godzilla'' proved to be more financially successful and will be getting got its own cinematic universe while the sequel to ''Pacific Rim'' was repeatedly delayed.delayed until 2018.
24th May '17 1:50:22 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* AwardSnub: Wasn't nominated for Best Visual Effects at the 86th Academy Awards.

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* AwardSnub: Wasn't nominated for Best Visual Effects at the 86th [[UsefulNotes/AcademyAward Academy Awards.Awards]].
25th Apr '17 7:13:13 AM mitcher
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** The main theme also has lots of similarities to this [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArjYXaANawY track]] from ''Franchise/MuvLuv''

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** The main theme also has lots of similarities to this [[https://www.[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArjYXaANawY com/watch?v=62ctk9pa48k track]] from ''Franchise/MuvLuv''
24th Apr '17 1:06:01 PM Golondrina
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** The same applies to ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy'', which shares Charlie Hunnam and RonPerlman.

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** The same applies to ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy'', which shares Charlie Hunnam and RonPerlman.Creator/RonPerlman.
7th Apr '17 8:34:41 PM patriciovalencia117
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** Fans have debated whether the Pacific Rim universe have a crossover with the Film/MonsterVerse (Legendary's shared universe centered around Godzilla and King Kong). Those in favor of it claim that the crossover would draw more fans and attention to the Pacific Rim brand and if anything else would be [[RuleOfCool really]], [[CoolVsAwesome really]] [[UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny cool]]. Those against it are worried that a crossover coul lead to Pacific Rim's characters and Kaiju becoming overshadowed by those in the [=Monster Verse=] and that the two franchises are stylistically incompatible with each other.

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** Fans have debated whether the Pacific Rim universe have a crossover with the Film/MonsterVerse (Legendary's shared universe centered around Godzilla and King Kong). Those in favor of it claim that the crossover would draw more fans and attention to the Pacific Rim brand and if anything else would be [[RuleOfCool really]], [[CoolVsAwesome really]] [[UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny cool]]. Those against it are worried that a crossover coul could lead to Pacific Rim's the [=Monster Verse=]'s characters and Kaiju becoming overshadowed by overshadowing those in the [=Monster Verse=] of Pacific Rim and that the two franchises are stylistically incompatible with each other.
14th Mar '17 4:25:51 PM patriciovalencia117
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* AmericansHateTingle: With the domestic NA box office not being especially high, the studio was counting on overseas markets to make the profit. While the movie was highly successful in China and did well in South Korea and Russia, it underperformed in Europe and Japan. Most European moviegoers didn't care about Japanese cinema and Hollywood blockbusters, while the film in Japan had the misfortune of releasing during one of the most popular conventions in Japan, as well as both movies in Japan being somewhat niche (TV serials are more popular, due to how expensive movie tickets are) and a tepid reaction to Rinko Kikuchi.

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* AmericansHateTingle: With the domestic NA box office not being especially high, the studio was counting on overseas markets to make the profit. While the movie was highly successful in China and did well in South Korea and Russia, it underperformed in Europe and Japan. Most European moviegoers didn't care about Japanese cinema and Hollywood blockbusters, while blockbusters outside of the Superhero and Sci-Fi genre. In Japan, the film in Japan had the misfortune of releasing during suffered from many circumstances such as its release dates coinciding with one of the most popular conventions in Japan, as well as both movies conventions, the niche-appeal of movie genres in Japan being somewhat niche (TV serials are more popular, due to popular given how expensive movie tickets are) are very expensive), and a tepid reaction to Rinko Kikuchi.



** Fans have debated whether the Pacific Rim universe have a crossover with the Film/MonsterVerse (Legendary's shared universe centered around Godzilla and King Kong). Those in favor of it claim that the crossover would add more marquee value to the Pacific Rim brand and if anything else would be a really cool idea. Those against it argue that a crossover could lead to Pacific Rim's characters and Kaiju becoming overshadowed by those in the [=Monster Verse=] and that the two franchises are stylistically incompatible with each other.

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** Fans have debated whether the Pacific Rim universe have a crossover with the Film/MonsterVerse (Legendary's shared universe centered around Godzilla and King Kong). Those in favor of it claim that the crossover would add draw more marquee value fans and attention to the Pacific Rim brand and if anything else would be a really cool idea. [[RuleOfCool really]], [[CoolVsAwesome really]] [[UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny cool]]. Those against it argue are worried that a crossover could coul lead to Pacific Rim's characters and Kaiju becoming overshadowed by those in the [=Monster Verse=] and that the two franchises are stylistically incompatible with each other.
13th Mar '17 11:02:25 PM patriciovalencia117
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* BrokenBase: While few will question the entertainment value of the action set pieces, opinion is sharply divided on whether the writing and story are good.

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* BrokenBase: BrokenBase:
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While few will question the entertainment value of the action set pieces, opinion is sharply divided on whether the writing and story are good.good.
** Fans have debated whether the Pacific Rim universe have a crossover with the Film/MonsterVerse (Legendary's shared universe centered around Godzilla and King Kong). Those in favor of it claim that the crossover would add more marquee value to the Pacific Rim brand and if anything else would be a really cool idea. Those against it argue that a crossover could lead to Pacific Rim's characters and Kaiju becoming overshadowed by those in the [=Monster Verse=] and that the two franchises are stylistically incompatible with each other.



** Sadly, some ([[FriendlyFandoms but not all]]) fans of either ''Pacific Rim'' or ''Film/{{Godzilla|2014}}'' would rather antagonize each other over the very different takes and tones on the giant monster movie. This rivalry turned sour given how ''Godzilla'' proved to be more financially successful and will be getting its own cinematic universe while the sequel to ''Pacific Rim'' has been delayed.

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** Sadly, some ([[FriendlyFandoms but not all]]) fans of either ''Pacific Rim'' or ''Film/{{Godzilla|2014}}'' would rather antagonize each other over the very different takes and tones on the giant monster movie. This rivalry turned sour given how ''Godzilla'' proved to be more financially successful and will be getting its own cinematic universe while the sequel to ''Pacific Rim'' has been was repeatedly delayed.
9th Mar '17 9:00:25 PM b3900
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** Some with ''Film/GrownUps 2'', given that they both premiered around the same time and while ''Pacific Rim'' has been critically acclaimed and made a killing in international markets, ''Grown Ups 2'' made more money domestically on opening night.

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** Some with ''Film/GrownUps 2'', given that they both premiered around the same time and while ''Pacific Rim'' has been critically acclaimed and made a killing in international markets, ''Grown Ups 2'' made more money domestically on opening night.domestically.
9th Mar '17 8:59:55 PM b3900
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* AmericansHateTingle: With the domestic NA box office not being especially high, the studio was counting on overseas markets to make the profit. While the movie was highly successful in China and did well in South Korea, it underperformed in Europe and Japan. Most European moviegoers didn't care about Japanese cinema and Hollywood blockbusters, while the film in Japan had the misfortune of releasing during one of the most popular conventions in Japan, as well as both movies in Japan being somewhat niche (TV serials are more popular, due to how expensive movie tickets are) and a tepid reaction to Rinko Kikuchi.

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* AmericansHateTingle: With the domestic NA box office not being especially high, the studio was counting on overseas markets to make the profit. While the movie was highly successful in China and did well in South Korea, Korea and Russia, it underperformed in Europe and Japan. Most European moviegoers didn't care about Japanese cinema and Hollywood blockbusters, while the film in Japan had the misfortune of releasing during one of the most popular conventions in Japan, as well as both movies in Japan being somewhat niche (TV serials are more popular, due to how expensive movie tickets are) and a tepid reaction to Rinko Kikuchi.
9th Mar '17 8:59:32 PM b3900
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* AmericansHateTingle: With the domestic NA box office not being especially high, the studio was counting on overseas markets to make the profit. While the movie was highly successful in China and the UK, it underperformed in Europe and Japan. Most European moviegoers didn't care about Japanese cinema and Hollywood blockbusters, while the film in Japan had the misfortune of releasing during one of the most popular conventions in Japan, as well as both movies in Japan being somewhat niche (TV serials are more popular, due to how expensive movie tickets are) and a tepid reaction to Rinko Kikuchi.

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* AmericansHateTingle: With the domestic NA box office not being especially high, the studio was counting on overseas markets to make the profit. While the movie was highly successful in China and the UK, did well in South Korea, it underperformed in Europe and Japan. Most European moviegoers didn't care about Japanese cinema and Hollywood blockbusters, while the film in Japan had the misfortune of releasing during one of the most popular conventions in Japan, as well as both movies in Japan being somewhat niche (TV serials are more popular, due to how expensive movie tickets are) and a tepid reaction to Rinko Kikuchi.
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