If you haven't seen Pan's Labyrinth you should catch it while its in theaters. A positively creepy film in which a little girl intertwines her fantasies with the tragic reality around her. Very well done. (Do not bring children.)
[ Agreed. This is quite simply a beautiful film. It's brilliantly filmed and lush without being an orgy of special effects. The effects serve the story as opposed to the all-too-common reverse. The acting is universally excellent but Ivana Baquero's Ofelia is, i think, just unbelievably fine. She captures a complex balance of innocence and maturity with intelligence and love and courage just perfectly. The movie is alternately heartbreaking and wonderful and moving.
Anyway, I agree too that the theatre is the way to see this one... not that your 52 inch HD plasma won't do a good job, but really, you shouldn't wait.
I've been looking forward to this for some time and was not disappointed. If anything, my expectations were exceeded.
Go see it. See it now. -k]
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