Pan's Labyrinth Synopsis
A faun charges a girl with three dangerous tasks which she must complete to achieve immortality.
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WELL-DONE. Exceptional modern fable. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. A-plus.

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I saw Pan's Labyrinth when it was in the theaters. It is a MUST-SEE movies for serious fantasy and art-film fans - and across the board. This is truly 'film-making'. And writer/director...

Violent, but spectacular film based on the Greek religion

By maxsmart
If you are a theology fan, you will love this film! It is based on the Greek religion, specifically that of Arkadia and other inland areas where Hades was worshipped. The movie is split into 2...

Wonderful Film

By johndiii
Extremely well done - raw and compelling. The ending is just perfect....

For Fairy tale and Guillermo Del Toro fans!

By moviefanchris88
Those who thought the Hellboy movies were awesome should see this one. Del Toro is no Tim Burton, but it seems like he knows what he's doing to amaze movie-goers with his vision. You want fairy tale...

Is it for kids?

By njoygoodflix
My 11 year old had read and seen reviews of the film and desperately wanted to go. I had major reservations due to the rating (as many ratings are way too lenient in my estimation.) Although there...

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Pan's Labyrinth review

By Therumrunner5
Cable...

to obey or to question

By Dhyana
Definitely a must see, not only for the creative storyline and the visual effects but for capturing a human dilemma that can be told both through fairytale and through a war drama: Do you dare to...

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By imax3D buff
IT WAS WONDERFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...

Del Torro's LABYRINTH

By lugubriousthespian
Fans of fright/fantasy-meister Guillermo Del Torro will not be disappointed with this incredibly intricate and dazzling tale of reality blurring with the unreal as a young girl stationed off to a...

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Rated R | For graphic violence and some language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Brilliant, poignant fairy tale isn't for kids.
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