A unique fairy tale and a good one. It has such an entertaining story line and that is why I gave it 5 stars! Read morePublished 5 hours ago by Glitterynite
I love this movie... Just the right amount of action, suspense, creatures and gore. Beautiful movie.Published 9 hours ago by shoalin
One of my favorite movies of all time. Amazing music, special effects, and wonderful actors. A dark and meaningful fairytale masterpiece for the ages. Read morePublished 3 days ago by 1978andromeda
Strangely and sadly wonderful and touching--this is how I would describe this movie. The magical elements contributed an ethereal quality that added dimension to a story built... Read morePublished 5 days ago by izzy's list
The fantasy is well done and in stark contrast to the horrors of the Spanish Civil War and its dismal outcome.Published 12 days ago by ibn rushd
Great movie! Very unique and unexpected. Although it lagged in some parts, which I think was necessary, it was an original. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Joseph T. Farley
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|Does the blu-ray version contain the 2 DVD version extras?||
"The supplements have been culled from the excellent 2-disc DVD release of six months earlier, and then a bit more has been added."
You can read details here: Pan's Labyrinth - BD versus HD... Read More
Feb 18, 2008 by jadow81 | See all 4 posts
|Subtitled only or English dubbed track??||
Only the original spanish audio track is on the disc (dts HD MA 7.1).
Dec 20, 2007 by mihhi | See all 27 posts
|JUST SUCK IT UP!!!!!!||
Being hearing impaired, I've become adept at reading the words on the screen AND watching the events unfold. It's not very difficult to do - especially if you absolutely have to.
I don't mind subtitles at all.
Jun 2, 2007 by Jonathan Appleseed | See all 8 posts
|Can the subtitles on the dvd be disabled?||
I rented the DVD from Movie Gallery and it did give you the option to turn off the subtitles in the "setup" section of the main menu.
May 15, 2007 by Ferret | See all 4 posts
|which is which 1:66:1 or 1:85:1?||
1.66:1 is the standard cinema screen in Europe, 1.85:1 is the standard for US.
The even wider format 2.35:1 is used almost everywhere.
Old TVs are 1.33:1 (4x3)
New TVs are 1.79:1 (16x9), in between the US and European sizes.
May 15, 2007 by Amazon Customer | See all 5 posts
|i would buy just the book||Be the first to reply|