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 Post subject: Film : The Shape of Water (del Toro)
PostPosted: Mon July 24, 2017 12:48 pm 
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This does not look appealing at all. Del Toro should just do action; I know he fancies himself a Gothic Romanticist but that is not his forte.

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I hope she lets that thing out and it goes around killing everyone

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This looks like Super 8 with a merman

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This looks like Super 8 with a merman

I... what?


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 Post subject: Re: Film : The Shape of Water (del Toro)
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I've been pretty much off del Toro since Pan's Labyrinth, which I hated. This though... ?

Yeah, I don't know guys. Maybe I'm just a giant sucker for umbrellas and quirky characters but I think this looks really charming and wonderful.


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How is that not Abe Sapien?

that was my first thought.

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Reminds me a bit of Pan's Labyrinth. I'm not a huge fan of his movies, but they are well made.


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Reminds me a bit of Pan's Labyrinth. I'm not a huge fan of his movies, but they are well made.

I think I'm with you on this one. I loved The Devil's Backbone when I first saw it. But I've only seen it once. And the first Hellboy was fun. But other than that, I'm not a huge fan. But I can totally see that the guy has talent and ability.


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durdencommatyler wrote:
I've been pretty much off del Toro since Pan's Labyrinth, which I hated. This though... ?

Yeah, I don't know guys. Maybe I'm just a giant sucker for umbrellas and quirky characters but I think this looks really charming and wonderful.



Same. I think he's an incredibly talented film maker but maybe too stubborn about what he wants to make and having it all his own way. Still often wonder what his Hobbit would have looked like? It's not his story but he was bringing his whole aesthetic to bear on it. Would have been amazing.

Hope he does a Star Wars movie. All weird creatures and underworld kinda thing.

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I liked. Pacific Rim, though I can understand why people didn't.

Hellboy 2 as enjoyable though I was never happy with his take.

Pan's labyrinth is his best.

Hellboy 1 was bleh.

I haven't seen the others.

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Pacific Rim is one of the greatest pieces of art ever made

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Pacific Rim is one of the greatest pieces of art ever made

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I really liked Pacific rim too. That's big spectacle small story done right.

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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
Pacific Rim is one of the greatest pieces of art ever made

Yeah, I still haven't seen it. One of these days...


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I may be in the minority here, but my favourite film of his is Don't be Afraid of the Dark

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I may be in the minority here, but my favourite film of his is Don't be Afraid of the Dark

He only produced that

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Rangi Guy wrote:
I may be in the minority here, but my favourite film of his is Don't be Afraid of the Dark

He only produced that

Whatever - I still love it, and his name's on it

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