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The 'Pacific Rim' Gag Reel Is Fantastic, But Then Charlie Day Is In It, So Of Course It Is

By Dustin Rowles | Videos | October 8, 2013 | Comments ()


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Despite enthusiastic reviews from genre fans, Pacific Rim didn’t end up being the monstrous hit that many expected it would be in the United States. It made only $101 million stateside, but thanks to an addition $300 million internationally, the Guillermo del Toro pic still has a fighting chance for a sequel.

Of course, you can’t blame the poor domestic performance on the cast, who — freed from some of the plodding, heavy-handed dialogue from the film — are adorably charming in this gag reel of flubbed lines. Charlie Day also puts on a minor gag-reel clinic, although that thing he said about Burn Gorman’s breath was mean


(H/T: I09)







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  • Trixie

    What did Burn Gorman do to deserve that awful haircut?

  • SVR

    Someone pointed out that it's pretty similar to Alan Turing's haircut. Del Toro has said that they were trying to evoke WWII in some ways, and Gorman's character is a mathematician, so it would make sense if they adapted some of Turing's look.

  • BuffyloGal

    He was born British and we can't make fun of their teeth anymore.

  • PDamian

    Alas, the video will not play for me.

  • Irina

    Clifton Collins Jr. sure screwed up a lot of takes for a guy who's in the movie for 40 seconds.

  • jigglypuff

    Pacific Rim was the worst movie I've watched all year. And someone needed to punch Charlie Day's character.

  • nini

    can we have some kind of buddy comedy with perlman and day?

  • SVR

    Burn Gorman's eyes actually close when he grins. I didn't realize people's faces did that in real life. He's like an emoticon.

  • I NEED to own this. Like maybe 3 or 4 copies, just because I want to fill a whole shelf with this movie.

    So, two things: Ron Perlman is the greatest, and the music for this movie was outstanding.

  • llp

    I came back to this article and tried to like it AGAIN, which demonstrates my memory is not what it once was and also that this statement is the truest thing ever.

    Plus, Hunnamahummuna's smile is wonderful.

  • ZbornakSyndrome

    What I learned from the Blooper Reel: Idris Elba is perfect and never makes mistakes.

  • Mrs. Julien

    Try to blooper reel for The Tudors. Henry Cavill says "Thank you" every time someone helps him with a line. If that man could act, he, like gum, would be perfection.

  • Ryan Ambrose

    Come on! He was great in Man of Steel, right fellas?!

    *slowly realises I was possibly of the few here who enjoyed it*

  • ZbornakSyndrome

    That is the sweetest thing. I might like him a little bit now!

  • mrsdalgliesh

    Beat me to it. :-)

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