Villains or heroes, we’re all somewhere in between.
Is this real life? Yes. Yes it is.
I am moving tomorrow and part of this move involves a change of lifestyle - particularly a change in my relationship with technology. As a part of that change I will not be using Tumblr for the following year. One of my friends is going to be changing my password and occasionally posting silly things so that I have some fun stuff to come back to in a year. But after 4:30am tomorrow I will be Tumblr free for 365 days. So I apologize for the overflow of random posts that are about to occur tonight. I’m sorry I’m not sorry about all the Pacific Rim related awesomeness that is about to appear on your dash. And I’m sorry you won’t have my random tv/film/life obsessions thrust upon you for a year.
But don’t worry. It’s not goodbye. Just peace out for now.
See you next year.
(Source: Flickr / adrianartd)
In Guillermo del Toro’s latest film Pacific Rim, there are moments when Rinko Kikuchi as Mako Mori performs her lines in Japanese. Most of them were translated. However, there is a line of dialogue toward the end of the film that was left untranslated and…
Chuck: Take care of him for me.
Herc Hansen is like.
The saddest character in Pacific Rim.
He loses his son and his best friend and both of them have been his drift partners.
Raleigh and Mako have each other.
Herc Hansen has Max.
And Max is a walking reminder of Chuck.