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Pan's Labyrinth

2006
Drama
Fantasy
1h 58m
In 1944 fascist Spain, a girl, fascinated with fairy-tales, is sent along with her pregnant mother to live with her new stepfather, a ruthless captain of the Spanish army. During the night, she meets a fairy who takes her to an old faun in the center of the labyrinth. He tells her she's a princess, but must prove her royalty by surviving three gruesome tasks. If she fails, she will never prove herself to be the the true princess and will never see her real father, the king, again. (imdb)
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Pan's Labyrinth

2006
Drama
Fantasy
1h 58m
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Rated 21 Apr 2007
9
90th
One of those films that caught me completely off guard. I can't even describe how I felt after watching it, it's just a beautiful piece of filmmaking. Del Toro's best film: a haunting, heartfelt, and at times unsettling fairy tale.
Rated 01 Feb 2007
95
94th
I love a good film about imagination and private fantasy worlds, and Pan's Labyrinth had me spellbound from beginning to end. Even though the template for the story is a fairy tale, the film has layers of complexity to it. The story is helped along immensely by wonderful art direction and special effects for the more fantastical elements, and perfect acting for the more earthbound parts. Fantastic stuff.
Rated 15 Mar 2008
96
97th
Excellent movie that is much darker than you might expect. One-half children's fantasy flick, one-half Spanish civil war movie, the two halves combine to make a film about the power of imagination, and the use of fantasy as a distraction from the horrors of real life. Sergi Lopez is chillingly brilliant, his Captain a fiercely intimidating force on par with cinema's great villains. The effects work is incredible, especially on the two Doug Jones characters. A rare treat from del Toro.
Rated 31 Jul 2009
96
99th
Guillermo del Toro's brutal fairy tale is just about the finest fantasy adventure ever made. Beautiful, emotional, with fantasticly deep characters. Sublime.
Rated 15 Mar 2007
95
99th
I cannot express how good this film is. Guillermo del Toro has created something very special in this film.
Rated 20 Jun 2009
88
96th
One of the best grow up stories.
Rated 19 Jul 2008
100
98th
Beautiful, violent, creative, imaginative.....Del Toro has done it again with this classic. Haunting story and imagery, and it's a odd mix of history and fantasy.
Rated 11 Jan 2012
10
98th
A wonderful gem of a film. Although it is marketed as a dark fairy-tale, it has layers of historical drama and war mixed in. Remember-able characters, stunning visual style; this is cinema at its near best.
Rated 28 Oct 2010
95
98th
One of my favourite films, and one I could quite happily watch over and over again. I love the fusion of terrifying fantasy and real-life brutality, and like the way del Toro doesn't go too far towards the fantasy elements. At its heart, it's not a film about fairies and fauns; it's a film about a scared little girl in an unimaginably horrific situation, and how she copes with it. It has great acting, great music, great visuals... I would be surprised if del Toro ever hits these heights again.
Rated 17 Apr 2009
10
97th
Brutal yet beautiful, this is the most twisted fairy tale I've ever witnessed. Exhilarating from start to finish, this movie never ceases to amazes with its scarily wonderful imagery. It is like nothing else and you get a real notion that this is something genuinely transcendent.
Rated 30 Sep 2010
90
96th
A fantasy in a cruel war movie. This is a extraordinary Spanish movie, in fact this is not for children. I must confess I have never seen such a movie, very hard war-scenes and beautiful, fantasy scenes all together, a big surprise for me. There was a really awesome fantasy scene : the horrible creature at the dining-table : incredible good.
Rated 30 Sep 2008
100
99th
Guillermo Del Toro's beautiful, yet emotionally brutal creation is one of awe and wonder. A young girl is forced into a harsh world with her new stepfather, a ruthless and sadistic Captain in the Spanish military. In order to escape the unkind place she now resides she finds solace in the pages of books and a fantasy world that has come alive. The bleak atmosphere and unique character designs of this world are unforgettable. The story is gripping. This is fantasy film at it's dark, daring best.
Rated 24 Dec 2007
96
97th
Wow. What an amazing film. I loved absolutely everything about this film. The atmosphere was incredible, the acting was superb, and the costumes were amazing! This movie was sad, yet scary, and also very intense. This film is complete magic. I doubt I will run into another film like this in the next decade or so. Pan's Labyrinth is truly something special. One of the best in the past little while.
Rated 22 Jan 2010
95
96th
A truly amazing film. It tells two perfectly woven stories, one of an innocent and naive girl embarking on a journey through a modern fairy tale, the other of war ravaged Spain. Beauty in hand with brutality, wonder in hand with terror, bliss in hand with tragedy. It's visuals are truly stunning, it's score sensational, with brilliant acting all around. Sergi Lopez is especially good here, delivering a fantastically frightening performance. You could ask nothing more of this wonderful film.
Rated 07 Mar 2007
5
91st
Some of the most wonderfully imaginative and evocative fantasy sequences I've ever seen, and at the same time, one of the most brutally violent films; the way in which Del Toro manages to create such a dark fantasy world and combine it with a rebellion plot so convincingly and, at the end, seamlessly, is stunning.
Rated 27 Apr 2007
98
99th
An outstanding fantastical and intensely imaginative film from the mind of del Toro, aided by marvellous directing and writing coupled with some stunning costume work and nearly perfect acting from all involved. Brutal, mysterious and frankly amazing.
Rated 24 Jul 2007
100
98th
I loved this way more than I expected to... and I went into it with pretty high expectations. It was a really beautiful story, looked spookily wonderful, great female characters, and an emotionally stirring ending. Loved it.
Rated 07 Feb 2008
97
99th
I don't think I can do this movie justice with a short blurb, but it's so great on so many levels. The creativity alone is enough to make it a great film, but it's also incredibly smart. I've never seen anything like it.
Rated 28 Nov 2006
93
97th
Any film where some poor sucker gets his face caved in with the end of a bottle in the first ten minutes has definitely got my attention. But seriously, this was an engaging and thoughtful story, told from harmoniously from several different perspectives, and had me mesmerised throughout. Thoroughly recommended.
Rated 07 Feb 2007
92
98th
Perfectly constructed, moving, multilayered, tragic... this film jut screams masterpiece. It's ambiguous without being confusing, uses clear symbolism and visual storytelling and expresses its themes through its characters acts and hopes. And the art direction, cinematography, and music are all beautiful. One of my favorite films.
Rated 22 Jan 2009
94
95th
One of the very best films of the decade. A terrifyingly beautiful saga that masterfully blends the fantasy world of this girl's mind with the harsh reality of the Spanish Civil War. This film is a triumph of imagination.
Rated 12 Oct 2016
95
99th
An original and visually imaginative masterpiece with a beautiful story about the stark contrast between the fairy tale world of a child (the endearing and talented Baquero) and the dismal reality of living with her fascist stepfather, played with gusto by López. If I could change one thing about it, it would be the character of Pan. But man, that white monster with the eye sockets in his palms... Suffice to say that I wouldn't want to go on a The Cell style mission in del Toro's mind!
Rated 26 Feb 2007
99
99th
One of the best films I've ever seen. Tragic, brutal and heartbreaking, to be sure, but so, so beautiful.
Rated 17 Sep 2011
97
99th
Perfect in almost every way. Jaw-dropping visuals and cinematography, amazing performances, costumes and make up, the mix of genres...it's all done flawlessly and makes "Pan's Labyrinth" not only one of the best foreign films out there but also one of my personal favorites.
Rated 19 Mar 2007
91
87th
Supremely intense, well acted, and brilliantly directed; Pan's Labyrinth is one of the best movies of the decade without a doubt. It's wonderfully twisted and imaginative fantasy with the brutal war backdrop makes for one of the most engaging and surreal experiences you'll have seen in a film. It's a true wonder to behold; Pan's Labyrinth is truly outstanding and should be seen by everybody. It's superb.
Rated 08 Feb 2008
85
85th
Brutal, beautiful. I'm about to coin a word here..."BREAUTIFUL". One of the gutsiest endings I've seen.
Rated 13 Feb 2010
89
93rd
First time I ever made it through a total subtitle movie in one sitting. Twist near the end caught me off guard and won it some more points. I mean this is just a really good fantasy or fairy tale movie, and that is coming from someone that doesn't really watch many of them. The creative designs and costumes added to it. Plus on top of that it was actually a good story that was pretty easy to follow. Sometimes it is fun to really let your imagination take over. Muy bien!
Rated 18 Jan 2012
96
90th
Toro is such a unique filmmaker and literally all of his movies are made exactly how he wants to be made, and I think that’s why he’s one of the best talents working today. No one makes movies like he does. This is one of his very best. It’s violent, legitimately fantastical, and very original. You know you’re movie is good when the viewer likes the supporting characters and arcs, not just the main story and character. The visuals are amazing as hell. Do give this a watch if you haven’t yet.
Rated 02 Mar 2014
90
96th
While I'm writing this review, the ending credits are still rolling, the wonderful music is still playing, and I feel like crying. At first, the combination of real life-horror and fantasy horror put me off. But after that great final part, my appreciation grows by the minute. This is not a film about two worlds, neither about one. For me, it is all about perception. How the horrors of the world show themselves to its inhabitants, and how, in all that misery, a spark of beauty can be found.
Rated 12 Jan 2007
85
79th
Beautifully made, but I don't feel as if I was involved as I should have been. Deserves a second go.
Rated 30 Jan 2007
95
99th
Fantastic from start to finish! Sure to be remembered as a masterpiece.
Rated 01 Feb 2007
87
97th
The film is well done, the characters are realistic and show emotion. Visually stunning. Go see it.
Rated 08 Feb 2007
95
96th
A brilliant mix of emotional drama and child-like fantasy that works extremely well. Visually stunning. The cinematography, set design, makeup and costumes are all marvelous to behold. Doug Jones' performance as the faun is noteworthy.
Rated 30 Apr 2008
98
98th
I really really really LOVED this movie. The design, the setting, the story, the actors-- everything worked for me. Hell, I didn't even need the subtitles, and my Spanish is only adequate for watching soccer games on Univision with a little effort; that's how good this movie is, it completely transcends even language barriers and is enjoyable as is or under scrutiny. Which is exactly what I look for in a movie.
Rated 26 Feb 2007
85
83rd
Great film. Some bits feel a bit like loose ends where there could be some slight explaination, not too much but a tad bit more, which would've really solidified the fantasy world in my mind. I love how the film is so open-ended that two drastically different conclusions can be drawn. Certainly not a kids fantasy film as certain parts are pretty damn violent.
Rated 05 Mar 2007
87
87th
The entire film is remarkable, but the acting and photography really stand out.
Rated 25 Jun 2008
100
98th
Pan's Labyrinth is a unique amalgam of the dark side of both Spanish history and fantasy. The special effects and suspenseful storytelling are superb. As much as I enjoy this movie, I find repeat showings difficult because of all of the emotions the viewer is subjected too. Also, everything CREAKS.
Rated 29 Dec 2009
91
99th
Amazing movie. Del toro gives a realistic perspective of war through the eyes of a little girl. It also does a fantastic job enganging reality and fantasy. The ending was good since it can lead to multiple interpretations.
Rated 21 May 2007
95
98th
A fantastic Lovecraftian film with heart. Del Toro continues to show that he is an artist to watch and seeing that this film was almost completely neglected at the Oscars further discredits the Academy. An instant classic.
Rated 14 Aug 2008
88
91st
Refreshing fantasy film. I admired the element of the cold world sort of molding this dark nightmarish dreamland we explore through the troubled, young Ophelia. The role of the Captain was the most important element in this regard. Lopez is cruel as the appropriate "step" in this fairy tale. Some scenes were utterly disturbing. Very good. The pictures will definitely stay with you, similar to "The Shining", or "Eraserhead". Just strangeness in it's most deranged, unsuspecting, horrifying state.
Rated 21 Sep 2010
94
98th
Beautifully filmed with some truly touching moments. Even if the story doesn't grab you, the stunning visuals are enough to keep ones attention.
Rated 08 Aug 2010
95
99th
Exceptionally beautiful, love it
Rated 17 May 2008
89
96th
i've never seen a movie about spain in the 40's, and this one does a good job capturing the time, as well as telling a wonderful fantasy story. i would argue that this is del toro's best work.
Rated 21 Jul 2010
100
94th
Superb. Full of aesthetic wonder and visual delight. Full of symbolism. Positions 2 stories next to each other and intertwines them. One about the stark and violent Spanish civil war. The other about a young girl and the childlike, fairytale world she enters. How can stories of such vivid contradiction work together in one film, you may ask. Watch it and find out. Mindblowing.
Rated 26 Aug 2010
90
50th
Never have I seen the ideas of family struggles, fauns, eyeless monsters, and innocent imaginations combined...until now, obviously. Even though the entire movie is in subtitles, the genius of Mexican film-maker Guillermo Del Toro introduces a new way to experience fairy tales and, after straining your eyes and covering them occasionally, leaves you in awe. Squeamish and poor sited people, beware.
Rated 03 Jul 2012
92
94th
Pan's Labyrinth is Alice in Wonderland for grown-ups, with the horrors of both reality and fantasy blended together into an extraordinary, spellbinding fable. Told through the eyes of a little girl whose imaginary world is inhabited by nightmarish creatures, Pan's Labyrinth is a visually imaginative and allegorical take on the fears she faced in Spain during WWII.
Rated 23 Dec 2007
90
99th
I just wish they'd made a 3 hour epic of it. My favourite movie of 2006.
Rated 17 Mar 2010
95
87th
A very dark film encompassing everything that a young girl in the midst of war and mentally unstable military men can perceive. Despite my lack of interest in such things, I won't deny that the film did a fantastic job of what it intended. Pushing me to the edge of my seat and pulling my heart strings.
Rated 31 Jul 2009
94
98th
Fantastic movie. Very intense, touching and just beautifully made. Intense ending too, was it real, or not, I wonder
Rated 30 Apr 2009
93
92nd
This movie surprised the hell out of me. It's wonderfully dark and mixes the fantasy and real world extremely well with the girl as the hinge. Fantastic creature design and animation really bring the otherworld to life and just leaves you wanting more of them.
Rated 28 Sep 2008
100
99th
Wonderfully subversive and horribly tragic - Pan's Labyrinth is a must-watch.
Rated 14 Aug 2015
90
92nd
Del Toro builds on the vision he had in "The Devil's Backbone" by creating a fairy tale within a violent reality. In this film, the cinematography captures a haunted Spain; a world that barely makes sense to Ofelia; a world defined by violence and masculinity; a world that has been stripped of its wonder. Del Toro's ability to create magical worlds works well here.
Rated 21 Jan 2007
92
88th
Very well done, very visually stunning...but it just wasn't quite captivating enough, plot wise. Worth seeing once, if only for how gorgeous it is, but not exactly the phenonominal work everyone makes it out to be.
Rated 20 Nov 2011
100
90th
I walked into this movie blind and I was completely blown away - one of the best movie-going experiences of my life. So well done, I don't know where to begin. Well written, brilliant acting and fully imaginative concept.
Rated 03 May 2011
100
98th
Simply amazing, an incredible, stunningly dark and grotesque fantasy that cements Guillermo Del Toro as a genuine visionary.
Rated 12 May 2009
100
99th
Absolutely amazing story with some of the most breath taking cinematography I have ever seen. A truly beautiful story when seen for what it really is.
Rated 04 Feb 2007
86
92nd
It truly is a fairy tale for adults. If you've got no problem with subtitles, you'll find a gem here.
Rated 13 Feb 2007
100
98th
Simply amazing. The way Del Toro blended so seamlessly from Drama, to Fantasy, to Horror and back was amazing. Best movie of the 2006, hands down.
Rated 17 Feb 2007
92
98th
Emotionally beautiful and visually stunning. Fantastic score as well. A must see.
Rated 21 Jan 2009
98
97th
The only thing keeping this from getting a 100 was the subtitling. This movie was absolutely amazing and I feel like I wasn't able to grasp the entirety of the film when I had to hastely read the subtitles. I understand it'd take away from the movie should it be dubbed, but still. Other than that, my eyes and ears were glued to this movie from start to fin. I don't think I blinked once. =P
Rated 20 Nov 2014
95
97th
Very very magical. Although charming is not the word for it, the movie has heart despite its combination of terrifying real world problems and just as scary thoughts and stories spawned from the twisted imagination of man. Fantastically directed and the acting was great. This is a movie that will stick with me. Most likely for better.
Rated 27 Jul 2008
90
93rd
Visually stunning and fantastical film, set against the backdrop of one of the most interesting and influential events in European history. I was really up on this film before I saw it, still really up on it years after.
Rated 01 Mar 2007
86
98th
I expect good movie but it was much more...Dark and beautiful, visual way of this movie is excellent, story is very good... Psychological part (fascism and its monsters) mixed with imagination (and its monsters too) is done in the way that don't make any annoyance or disturb the story. In one word great!!! Movie of 2006!!!
Rated 01 Mar 2007
90
96th
Pretty incredible film. Beautiful, engaging, emotional, thoughtful, it pretty much has it all.
Rated 06 Feb 2011
85
93rd
"El Laberinto del Fauno" is Guillermo del Toro's dark, complex and seductive fairytale that seamlessly blends two equally engrossing storylines and climaxes into a stunning and heart-breaking sequence. While del Toro borrows heavily from "Lord of the Rings" and similar sagas, he nevertheless creates a unique combination of reality and fantasy and crafts a picture that is as spooky, wickedly enjoyable and, ultimately, heartfelt as any film starring a faun you'll ever see.
Rated 08 Mar 2007
90
95th
Requires two viewings. The first, for the pieces to fall into place analytically; this movie dovetails beautifully. The second, then, is to be moved - and you will be - by Ariadna Gil's amazing performance as Ofelia, and all that encompasses.
Rated 08 Sep 2009
92
98th
I thought the movie was amazing when I saw it. "The making of..." turned it into the masterpiece in my eyes.
Rated 12 Jul 2008
94
91st
Although dark in subject matter, tone and lighting, this remains a magical movie. It feels to me to have a gritty existential feel to it, despite its exploration of magical realism. The military tension of just-post-Civil War Spain is well captured (also see El Espiritu de la Colmena). The acting of the central characters is good.
Rated 28 Nov 2015
10
97th
With 'Pan's Labyrinth', Del Toro uses his boundless imagination to paint one of modern cinema's finest deconstructions of the fairy tale genre. Combining the horrors of both fantasy and reality and weaving them into a story where the line between the two are often blurred, it's an understatement to call the picture a sublime piece of art.
Rated 25 Jul 2010
94
85th
Can be the best foreign film of last decade. Pan's Labyrinth is a beautiful film of the fantasies and horrors a young girl lived
Rated 04 May 2007
91
97th
Such a great film but so depressing at the same time. Great sets and amazing performance from the cast.
Rated 09 Aug 2010
93
91st
Wow, not sure exactly what to think of this movie. The fantasy element is produced like a movie for children, but clearly this is a very serious film. I can't tell if GDT did intend this to be viewed by children, but it is rated R and is quite dark and violent. Possibly the darkest fairy tale I have come across on the screen. Ultimately, this is a visually beautiful depiction, a lucid exposition of the cruel, unfair nature of the world engulfing innocence, with a moral lesson or two to boot.
Rated 05 Jul 2008
95
94th
Such perfection, such greatness, such beauty, such horror. Such is the word, such is a film.
Rated 01 Feb 2012
100
99th
A haunting, beautiful unfaltering masterpiece of imaginative genius. The war scenes are brutal and unflinching and the Labyrinth works as an extension of the violence of war, albeit with a beautiful, fairytale escapism feel to it. A remarkable film that stays with you for days and days after you watch it.
Rated 16 Dec 2008
90
95th
Beautiful
Rated 06 Dec 2011
90
97th
Still by far the best of the somewhat recent wave of Spanish movies revolving around children. Edit: Watched this again 6 years later. It's gotten better. ...somehow...
Rated 27 Jan 2010
91
86th
Great special effects in a disturbing story about childhood during the Spanish Civil War.
Rated 22 Jul 2010
100
97th
A dark yet endearing adventure, reminiscent of Hayao Miyazaki's "Spirited Away". Makes you wonder if fairy tales were originally designed to scare kids to sleep.
Rated 04 Feb 2009
100
98th
Del Toro and his team do an amazing job bringing the imaginary world Poor Ofelia creates to life. Speaking of which, how about Ivana Baquero? She was simply incredible for her age, I hope I see her in more films.
Rated 13 Jan 2008
100
97th
Fascinating story that balances on the very border between the magic and the mundane, gazing to each side with doubt over which is the worst.
Rated 19 Jul 2009
100
99th
By and far my favorite movie ever thus far. The acting is phenomenal on all accounts and the story, the fairy tale for adults, is dark, twisted, and epic. I know some people who won't watch this film just because it's in Spanish and they don't like subtitles. Frack them, this is easily the best movie ever.
Rated 31 Dec 2008
100
99th
An absolutely beautiful film. The type of story reminds me of the kind of fantasy films that Hollyweird was putting out in the 80's, but it also has a lot of the real Grimm fairy tales in it. They were harsh and pretty nasty, not the disneyfied version most people are familiar with. The ending is a bit ambigous though. Don't expect what you think is going to happen. I nearly knocked a half star off for it but decided not too. Also in the last chunk there is quite a break from the fantasy el
Rated 17 Jul 2008
96
94th
Haunting, powerful, violent, imaginative, beautiful... there doesn't seem to be enough adjectives to describe del Toro's brilliant film. The story is so unique, the more you think about it, from the characters to the setting, it all feels so perfect to you. It moves you, and you're incredibly thankful for it.
Rated 27 Sep 2010
100
94th
Horrible, beautiful, awful, fantastic film. I expected to see a cutesy fantasy film, so I was shocked. Both the story in the fantasy world and "the real world" are gripping and exciting. I had nightmares (!) about The Pale Man and couldn't stand people putting their hands up in front of their eyes for months. The real world villain is just as scary. Heart-breaking to see the magical childhood-fantasy-world shattered. I was moved and scared to tears - thumbs up!
Rated 07 Nov 2011
92
96th
An immensely deep fantasy-horror-WWII thriller. Guillermo del Toro is in a league of his own. The crazy mastermind has crafted a dual storyline that blends together beautifully, capturing excellent performances across the board, and showcasing some unforgettable monsters and visuals.
Rated 25 Jun 2016
87
90th
Hauntingly beautiful and terrifying in its depiction of both fantastical horror and human brutality. Guillermo del Toro crafts a remarkably imaginative take on the fairy tale genre, set in the context of the real-life horrors of the Spanish Civil War. Well-acted and heartwrenching - will be thinking about this one for a long time.
Rated 12 Sep 2009
95
99th
lived up to all of my expectations ... not only was it visually stunning, but it's just such a great, simple story ... tremendous acting throughout.
Rated 14 Jun 2009
95
94th
A violent, surreal fairytale that exhibits imagination and creativity rarely seen from Hollywood. Why can't more movies be like this?
Rated 30 Dec 2007
93
84th
A film of terrifying monsters, some of them human, this is one of those times where I've gone into it not even seeing a trailer and being absolutely shocked at what I was watching. My only gripe is it felt too similar to one of his previous films, The Devil's Backbone.
Rated 13 Oct 2008
99
96th
my favorite movie EVER.
Rated 01 Feb 2007
78
73rd
It was good, very beautiful. There were a few parts which made me cringe, but overall the film had my attention from start to finish. I liked it, and would see it again given the chance, but the story was a bit predictable to be quite honest.
Rated 28 Jun 2016
95
94th
I watched this movie days ago, and I still sit here in amazement, in wonder, at what I witnessed. This is both Guillermo del Toro and historical fantasy filmmaking at its finest. He combines the two genres so well that by the end, they cannot be separated. I'm left with this deep, stirring feeling that I can't quite grasp and that's probably one of the biggest compliments I can give any film.
Rated 17 Feb 2007
100
96th
Probably the best movie of 2006, and that year had a bunch of fantastic movies. I was over the moon after watching it for the first time, and after seeing it for the second time 5 years later I love it even more. I'm a bit of a weirdo, but I think that it's so strong and sweet and... good intentioned that it'd be appropriate to show to anybody old enough to pay attention to subtitles, despite the violence, language, and horror. How could this movie do harm? It's wonderful.
Rated 19 Jul 2009
73
39th
Great movie, Del Toro does a fantastic job as usual.
Rated 04 Oct 2008
97
90th
This dark fairytale transported me back to my youth, but eloquently related adult events and concepts. The visuals and audio were breathtaking.
Rated 15 Oct 2010
97
89th
The music! I love this film so much.
Rated 15 Jul 2008
100
97th
One of the best movies i have seen.
Rated 10 Mar 2012
93
98th
The visual beauty of the fairy tales combined with the bleakness and reality of civil war Spain make Pan's Labyrinth a very good film. Sergi Lopez does an outstanding job of portraying the cold and ruthless Captian Vidal. This movie really blew me away.
Rated 03 Nov 2008
77
92nd
Not as good upon re-watch, because much of the power of this film lies in its ability to shock and second time around you come prepared for graphic violence in otherwise fairytale-like movie. One of the better movies mixing reality and fantasy with great visuals and interesting story.
Rated 19 Dec 2008
92
95th
just brilliant

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