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Pan's Labyrinth: 2 Disc Platinum Edition (Widescreen)

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Winner of three Academy Awards, Pan's Labyrinth is the extraordinary fairy tale for adults by Guillermo del Toro. When young Ofelia and her mother go to live with her new stepfather on a rural military outpost, she finds herself caught in a world of unimaginable cruelty. Armed with only her imagination, Ofelia discovers a mysterious labyrinth and meets a faun who sets her on a path to saving herself and her ailing mother. But soon, the lines between fantasy and reality begin to blur, and before Ofelia can turn back, she finds herself at the center of ferocious battle between good and evil.

Review:

"Pan's Labyrinth is a political fable in the guise of a fairy tale. Or maybe it's the other way around." A.O. Scott, New York Times

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"Del Toro's made a lot imaginative films. I think this is his masterpiece to date." Richard Roeper

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"Literally and figuratively marvelous, a rich, daring mix of fantasy and politics." Village Voice

Review:

"Engrossing mix of horror, fantasy and stark drama." Hollywood Reporter

Special Features:

Disc 1
Video Prologue by Guillermo del Toro; Feature Audio Commentary by Director Guillermo del Toro; TV Spots; Theatrical Teaser (US)

Disc 2
The Power of Myth Featurette; DVD Comics: Giant Toad, The Fairies, Pan and The Pale Man; The Faun and the Fairies Featurette; The Lullaby (2 featurettes): The Melody Echoes the Fairy Tale & Mercedes' Lullaby Progression; Director's Notebook detailing the art and making of the movie; Multi-Angle Storyboard/Thumbnail; Galleries featuring over 400 images, and more!

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Kathy Fraser, June 20, 2007 (view all comments by Kathy Fraser)
Enchantingly dark, brutal yet beautiful story of a child's inner life in a time of horror. When it was over the entire theater filed out in total silence... it will haunt you.
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Karen Hoover, June 10, 2007 (view all comments by Karen Hoover)
I awaited the release of Pan's Labyrinth eager, it did not come to a theater near me at a time I could see it.

I have to be honest, I was very disappointed in the movie. I was not aware it was Spanish with English subtitles. While 'reading' the movie, I missed subtle things that were important in following the fairytale side of the story.
It WAS violent, it was a violent period. However I feel the beating of the peasant's son to death was unnecessary.

The movie was dark and depressing. I saw The Fountain the same evening - The Fountain was a better film and easier to follow tho is spanned centuries.
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John the Shark, May 31, 2007 (view all comments by John the Shark)
I saw Pan's Labyrinth and Bridge to Tarabithia on the same week end. People told me they thought the violence in Pan's Labyrinth was brutal. (So was Franco's Spain prior to Hitler's onslaught) I thought Bidge to Tarabithia was the better movie. It had the ambience of Stand by Me and it made me cry. There is a new star in B2T. Yeah, I know Zooey (sp) is cute but the ringer is Balley Madison. She will be following in the footsteps of Dakota Fanning if she is given the opportunity and if her management follows through. She is precious in this movie. Still, PL was good so If you want to practice your Spanish then buy Pan's Labyrinth, otherwise wait for B2T.
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Product Details

UPC:
00794043108877
Subtitle:
2 Disc Platinum Edition
Studio:
Warner Home Video
Director:
Del Toro, Guillermo
Actor:
Verdu, Maribel
Publication Date:
2007-05-15
Binding:
DVD
Rating:
R
Language:
Spanish
DVD Features:
Additional Footage, Amaray Case, Closed Captioned, Color, English Subtitles, Spanish Soundtrack, Spanish Subtitles, Special Edition, Widescreen
Region:
US and Canada

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"Review" by , "Pan's Labyrinth is a political fable in the guise of a fairy tale. Or maybe it's the other way around."
"Review" by , "Del Toro's made a lot imaginative films. I think this is his masterpiece to date."
"Review" by , "Literally and figuratively marvelous, a rich, daring mix of fantasy and politics."
"Review" by , "Engrossing mix of horror, fantasy and stark drama."
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