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Action and Adventure
Cantonese / English / Mandarin
In the not-too-distant future, alien life-forms arrive on Earth, but they're not cute and friendly like E.T. - The 'Kaiju' are ruthless, giant monsters that emerge from the Pacific Ocean and wreak instant havoc and destruction. As humanity declares war on these oversized pests, battle commences with plucky determination, rousing speeches and Jaegers - enormous robots that are ridden like a pedalo, by two pilots in armoured suits. Pan's Labyrinth director Guillermo Del Toro features cutting-edge visual effects and spectacular action sequences, continuing the long-standing tradition of alien-attack fantasy blockbuster movies.
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