(via madheckler)Source: catleecious
but it’s inevitably going to piss me off for the god-awful portrayal of the Persian Empire I mean shit they were actually a better place to live than Sparta
I haven’t seen the movie yet, but I’m pretty sure you’re right; but I just like the reviews Jeremy does, so from time to time I share one of his videos.
Plus the comment about Adele Nazeem killed me…xD
Pacific Rim: Mako Mori [ESFJ]
Fe: Mako is obedient to her superior officer even when she disagrees with him. She tries to keep harmony in the workplace and is reluctant to do anything that might upset others. Mako is very aware of others’ displeasure, or the friction between rivals. She sacrifices her own desires to abide by the wishes of her adopted father. Her drive to kill the monsters stems from her anger over what they did to her family.
Si: She keeps the rules and corrects Becket for his improper fighting techniques. She is aware of the protocol of the military and careful to stay inside its boundaries. When Mako enters the machine, she is overwhelmed with vivid childhood memories of the devastation one of the beasts left behind, and how it terrorized her through the streets. She channels that fear and emotional drive into becoming a great robot warrior.
Ne: Almost immediately, she senses her compatibility with Becket and sees the potential of their pairing (but out of deference to her superior, denies it). Her mind synchs with his because both of them are able to come up with original ways to defeat their enemy. She often instinctively knows what he is thinking, even when their minds aren’t connected to one another. Her desire to break free of boredom and experience an adventure is strong.
Ti: Her criticism of Becket (“you could have won the fight two moves sooner”) shows an analytical mind, quick to notice inconsistencies and missed opportunities. Her rationality comes in handy when choosing her own fighting techniques, and coming up with creative solutions to their problems inside the robot.