The Shape Of Water [Blu-ray]

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Whitt Patrick Pond on 02/12/2018 at 9:16 AM.

Giles: “It’s not even human!” Elisa: “If we do nothing, neither are we.” Directed by Guillermo del Toro (Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth) from a screenplay by del Toro and Vanessa Taylor (Game of Thrones, Everwood), The Shape of Water is, like so many of del Toro’s films, in a category of its own. On the surface it’s science fiction, but it’s also a romance, a spy thriller and a character study. It helps if you’re familiar with sci-fi films of the 1950’s and early 60’s, most particularly the 1954 classic film The Creature from the Black Lagoon. But this is The Creature…

M. Oleson on 02/12/2018 at 9:19 AM.

Guillermo del Toro’s latest creature feature is a good one, flush with “R” rated romance. Theater review. Possible spoilers. While watching this film in a sparsely populated multiplex theater, a few people began to walk out midway through the movie. I’ve seen this before and I always find myself guessing why. I mean what were they expecting? My guess with this film is that it is a tale of fantasy. One involving romance with a humanoid-like creature but clearly not human. I’m sure everyone knows of the numerous iterations of “Beauty and the Beast” but don’t get upset. Maybe…

titania86 on 02/12/2018 at 9:27 AM.

A beautiful fairy tale with an unconventional relationship at its center Elisa Esposito goes through the same routine every day, sleeping during the day and working at night at the Occam Aerospace Research Center in Baltimore as a cleaning lady. She is mute due to scars around her neck from infancy and communicates with sign language. When the facility brings in an “asset” that turns out to be an amphibious man, Elisa is immediately fascinated. The creature is kept in shackles, cut, electrocuted, suffocated, and all other manner of torture inflicted by the…