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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Marion Pons's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    Comme un réve/cauchemar éveillé.

  2. dino dancer's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

  3. Polly Dee's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    Must re-watch this. But I know it freaked me out.

  4. RoRoRoro's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

  5. Levi Shiach's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    PL very assuredly walks the line between fable and chronicle. A young girl's imagination becomes the centre of familial and national conflict and elements of magical realism blur the lines between the real and the magical. And despite all of its awe-striking visuals and imaginative scripting, I wish Guillermo spent some more time developing the magical world, for it is within this universe that PL truly succeeds.

  6. Uriel Tiogeneitt's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    Dreaming? Reality? Escaping? Fighting? The movie is marvoulus in images and motions, and it leave these questions opened...What is real? What is false?

  7. Antonio León Medina's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    This movie teaches us not always follow the rules, because in those bad decisions, we can be right, like the child.

  8. Jack Marsden's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    A fairytale equal parts based in reality and fantasy. The way the two worlds come together inside the head of the young protagonist is quite remarkable.

  9. Khora.'s rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    What a beautiful story... I've just seen it (finally) and i felt really impressed. The movie is Dark and sweet, Violent and magical... Just a really good work from Del Toro.

  10. Balthaz21's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

  11. misu's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

  12. Christian Reguitti's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    Guillermo del Toro absolutly dragging me compltely into another one of his beautiful and fantastical movies that make it honestly feel as though fairy tales have come to life, in all their mystery and dark beauty

  13. JackButcher's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    A beautiful film to watch in parts, and pretty damn morbid in others. A well done take on the fairy tale genre.

  14. IV NEVER BEEN TO A RODEO's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    not my find of thing you know vvvvvv

  15. meteorsorbet's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    this is not really a fantasy movie, isn't it? </3

  16. Levent Güçer's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

  17. Bram Vroonland's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    To me this was a very somber movie. A tale of escapism through the eyes of a child. The mood was set brilliantly and performances were great along the board. Usually I'm not a big fan of interactions with computer-generated imagery but how else do we dive into a kids imagination right? I even would've liked to see it being explored further...

  18. thomasjeff16's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    Disobedience is a virtue. (4,5 stars)

  19. paxy's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    https://cinepaxy.wordpress.com/2015/02/13/il-labirinto-del-fauno/

  20. Cy Thompson's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    A movie that's a favourite - but reluctantly so, there are many others easier to watch, to swallow. Pan's Labyrinth is not kind or gentle. It's a movie that's menacing and enchanting, gothic and pastoral. The movie parallels it's real and fantasy worlds, using the fairytale to speak about evil in human history, showing us violently how we need fantasy most when the real world is unbearable and how it costs us.

  21. Albrecht B. Christoph's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    Bisschen viel Effekte. Man kann den Film gar nicht mehr richtig sehen.

  22. Emerik's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

  23. Juli Lux's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    How a little girl escapes the hard world during war. It is beautiful but really scary and painfull too. I was glad when it ended because it was so dark and I coudn't stand the sadness.

  24. Théo's rating of the film Pan's Labyrinth

    Si on enlève la dimension fantastique et le contexte historique, le personange d'Ofelia fait étonnamment penser à celui de Flora dans la Leçon de piano. Le regard d'un enfant sur le monde des adultes est le recul nécessaire sur une réalité où les êtres humains se prennent trop au sérieux. Et les pires d'entre eux (le général Vidal en l'occurence) en premier.