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Guillermo Del Toro's obsession with the child's perspective is often the death blow of many films that have been produced with his name attached to it. He should stop producing them and he should start making them again because he has proven time and again that he is a fantastic storyteller and Pan's Labyrinth seems to be the film that blends together everything he values in film and stories.
This film is terrifying. Not so much because it is scary…
In Kubrick's masterpiece, The Past is a figure of powerful manipulation. An all-encompassing generalization of The Past, from the personal journeys we can recollect ourselves, to the countless centuries of human bloodletting and the horrors that "shining" brings upon its cursed person. To say Danny has it harder than Cole in Sixth Sense would be a gross understatement. To shine is to gain a lifetime of overwhelming experiences flushed into the head like a lightning bolt but the past doesn't…