When big, bad aliens immerge from a crack under the Pacific Ocean, Human forces create robots equally large and engage in a fistfight with hopes of saving the world.
Why Is Pacific Rim Rated PG-13?
Pacific Rim is rated PG-13 for sequences of intense sci-fi action and violence throughout, and brief language
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Violence: Monsters attack a city crushing cars, buildings and bridges. Some limited scenes of blood include facial, arm and torso injuries and bloody noses caused by a medical condition. Characters use sticks to fight in a simulated combat. A lone child in a deserted city street is hunted by one of the aliens. A character sticks a knife blade up a man’s nose. Men engage in a fistfight. Characters are drowned, electrocuted and eaten without graphic detail. Robots and aliens engage in frequent combat, sometimes involving weapons. Depictions of fighting, beating and explosions are shown. A man is threatened with guns. A parent and son argue. Numerous scenes of city destruction are shown. A character falls from the sky after being dropped mid-air. Some gory and scary images are portrayed along with moments of peril.
Sexual Content: Brief veiled sexual innuendo is included along with some embracing.
Language: The script contains infrequent mild cursing, profanities and scatological slang along with some slurs and vulgar terms.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A character uses prescription drugs to deal with a medical condition.
Home Video Viewing Alternatives
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Earthlings face off against unfriendly aliens in War of the Worlds (1953) and War of the Worlds (2005). The extra-terrestrials take a more subtle approach in The Invasion and The Arrival. Humans also take on a different bodily form in order to fight their enemies in Avatar.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Home Video Notes: Pacific Rim
Release Date: 15 October 2013
Pacific Rim releases to home video (Blu-ray/DVD/Ultraviolet Digital Copy or 3D/Blu-ray/DVD/Ultraviolet Digital Copy) on October 15, 2013. Extras include:
- Audio Commentary by Guillermo del Toro
- Prologue by Guillermo Del Toro
- Five Focus Points
- Deleted Scenes
- Blooper Reel