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Guillermo del Toro
The music in the first half of the end credits is followed by a long period with only quiet ambient noise. The near-silence is broken when Javier Bardem's character's calligraphy is inscribed in white ink next to (and sometimes over) the remaining credits. See more »
Terrible movie. Even after reading reviews/interviews with the director, it STILL MAKES NO SENSE
This movie, advertised as a horror movie...wasn't far off. This movie was horribly terrible! I was uncomfortable most of the movie as it had ZERO plot line, followed no path of a story, gave no reason for anything that was going on with the characters and explained nothing. If it weren't for the popcorn with butter I was snacking on, I would have had nothing good about this experience. So, I went online today to find some reviews or some explanations of what the heckfire this movie was about. Aaaannnnnd, it did not help at all. It was a story told by an "artistic" director's mind as if in the midst of a whiskey fueled cloud of incoherence. I felt like sitting thru this movie is like listening to a college friend try to explain our existence on earth after they'd been drinking Jagermeister all night. Oh, and trying to tie it into religion after their 1st theology course at a community college. All-in-all, save your money and time and see ANYTHING else.
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