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What the community says about Pan's Labyrinth
- "One of Del Toro's masterpieces! Pan's Labyrinth is just so magical. I don't recommend this as a kid's movie because I think it's a fantasy wherein weird creatures exist and a fairy tale in the truest sense. This is dark yet extraordinary beautiful. The performances of the characters were all a stand-out. "
- "This is an awesome flick directed by Guillermo del Toro, and if you have seen Hell Boy 1 or 2 you can get an idea of what you are in for. There is a lot of violence, but the story is so beautifully told that it doesn't bother me too much. Definitely not suitable for children."
- "I love how Del Toro used scary and horrifying looking monsters to personify the real-life fears of Ofelia. This movie is like an Alice in Wonderland kind of fantasy except that instead of escapism, Pan's Labyrinth dives in to confront the actual monsters of reality. It's even more amusing that everything was shown in a child's perspective. "
- "This is a fantasy film that is really fantastical and magical. del Toro did a really amazing job here in creating a story and world where the magical world collides with the real one. It is also a movie with a lot of depth and spirit to it, and it is much more than just a movie with lots of fantastical beings. It is a really great movie that you should watch now if you haven't already!"
- "I can still remember that moment I watched this in theaters back in 2006. Brutally beautiful film leaning towards the dark side. Emphasis on storytelling and attention to detail. But to be clear, Pan's labyrinth was not directed by Alfonso Cuaron but he was one of the co-producers."