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Academy Award® Winner
Set in 1940s Spain against the postwar repression of Franco's Spain, a fairy tale that centers on Ofelia, a lonely and dreamy child living with her mother and adoptive father, who is a military... View more >
graphic violence and some language
Starring Sergi Lopez, Maribel Verdu, Ivana Baquero... View more >
(El Laberinto del Fauno)
Academy AwardŽ Winner for
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Subtitles. Not what I expect, but in many ways, it was better than I expected. One of my top 10 films of 2006.
Excellent movie! The storyline was great and the visuals were a spectacle for the eye. Pan's Labyrinth is one of the best films of the year and extremely overlooked. Hardly any of the theaters around my area had this movie. I traveled fourty minutes of my way to see this film and it was well worth the trip.
One of the best movies that I saw in the past month. "Pam's Labyrinth" draws a fine line between reality and fantasy. It is a story of a girl named Ofelia who lives with his adopted father, a military leader for the Spanish Facist who is order to northern Spain to drive the rebels out. Ofelia enters into a fantasy world where she dreamed of becoming a princess. Ofelia is one of my favorites child characters. Director Guillermo dei Toro, who directed the 2004 movie "Hellboy,"(I also gave it a "See Now" rating, just like I'm going to gaive this movie) A created a fantasy world of monsters and faries. He also divides the world between the fantasy and the real, and he did that very well. It's too bad that this film should have been nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards. I'm strongly urged you to see this movie, but this film is a R rating. The film's is for adults due to the violent nature of theis film. The kids will have to see something else. But for the rest of you, you'll going love this movie. "Pam's Labyrinth" is a must see. T
This movie was really good. Not for children by any means.