Gullermo Del Toro's three tim oscar-winning fantasy film, Pan's Labrynth, is a beaituflly filmed, well imagined and thoroughly entertaining fairy tale for adults, and it is a film that still doesn't waver in it's brilliance, no matter how many times you watch it. When the film was going through iot's oproduction, you could tell that Del Toro was having an absolute blast dsigining the set's, visual effects and imaginative little world that the movie inhabits, and it definitely shows. I have always found Gullermo Del Toro to be a very talented, and geuninely imaginated filmmaker who has such a unique visual vision, that he could probably colour even the most boring and dull films out there, and give them heart, soul and a character that weactually care for. Sure, it feels like a slight cop out that the main character is a little girl, so that at first it feels like you have to care aout her, but once the movie get's rolling, you find the character of Ofelia to a compassionate and kind person, and probably the most of any other character in the film. So, despite the fact that this film is essentially a fairy tale fantasy, it still carries a much-deserved R Rating: There are several instance of strong brutal bloody violence, including lot's of people being shot,having there faces slashed, gigantic fantastical creatures deforming themselves and even a few mutilations and decapitations here and there. Also, there is infrequent but strong profanity, including words such as f--k, sh-t, hell and b-tch, but since the movie is in Spanish with English subtitles, it slightly lessens the effect. So, if you are a fan of fantasy movies, than you should certainly check this imaginative little gem of a movie out, because it is definitely worth it. Reccomended.