Pacific Rim - Uprising

Pacific Rim - Uprising
It´s been ten years since the Kaiju were defeated by a group of Jaeger pilots led by Stacker Pentecost. These days his son, Jake, locates and sells Jaeger parts illegally. But, when the Kaiju pose a new threat, Jake, along with Amara, a teenage hacker and Jaeger expert, have no choice but to work with the Pan Pacific Defense Corps to save the world. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching Pacific Rim - Uprising.

· Jake gets ice cream while he´s talking to Nate. In the wider view (front of Jake, rear of Nate), when Nate says, You have to understand, Jake is holding the can of whipped cream in his right hand and sprays it on the ice cream. In the closer view, when Nate says again, You have..., the view of Jake shows he´s holding the can of whipped cream in his left hand while spraying it on the ice cream. A moment later, when Jake says, I can help you out with that, the can of whipped cream is back in his right hand.

· Liwen is walking up to the building, holding her electronic devise in her left hand as the guard is telling her that the building is secure. Liwen is holding the device at the bottom and the Shao emblem/logo can be seen on the back, near the top. She stops to look at the device and in the next front view, when Liwen says she´ll be in her office, the device is now upside down and her hand is covering the Shao emblem/logo.

Pacific Rim - Uprising (2018) stars John Boyega, Scott Eastwood, Cailee Spaeny, Burn Gorman, Charlie Day, Rinko Kikuchi and Tian Jing. It runs 111 minutes and is rated PG-13 for sequences of sci-fi violence and action, and some language.

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