The Shape of Water
The Shape of Water

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At a top secret research facility in the 1960s, a lonely janitor forms a unique relationship with an amphibious creature that is being held in captivity.... (Full plot summary below)

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At a top secret research facility in the 1960s, a lonely janitor forms a unique relationship with an amphibious creature that is being held in captivity.

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Seattle Times - 10/10 by Moira MacDonaldIn other hands, this story could have been lurid and silly. Here, told through Hawkins’ ever-dancing eyes, it’s poetry; some performances don’t need words.
SciFiNow - 10/10 by Jonathan HatfullCreating a convincing romance between a woman and a fishman is probably the film's biggest challenge, but sensitive performances ... make it not just believable but compelling.
Spirituality and Practice - 10/10 by Frederic and Mary Ann BrussatA sensuous film that is both a fairy tale and a socially relevant portrait of the prejudices afoot in our times.
Excelsior - 10/10 by Adrián RuizDel Toro also dedicates himself, professing his affection and admiration for cinema, paying homage, but very much in his own style. [Full Review in Spanish]
Vice - 10/10 by Karen HanThe fact that The Shape of Water's two leads are both incapable of speech doesn't render it any less capable of forging an emotional connection with its audience.
Total Film - 10/10 by Kevin HarleyDel Toro’s Valentine to boundary-crossing love pours from the screen in ravishing torrents of feeling and style. And Hawkins is sublime.
NOW Toronto - 10/10 by Norman WilnerThe Shape Of Water reaches out, hoping you'll reach back. Just take care not to cut yourself on its claws.
The List - 10/10 by Emma SimmondsShannon, Jenkins, Spencer and Stuhlbarg are precision-cast but it's Hawkins that will steal your heart.
Den of Geek - 10/10 by David CrowGuillermo del Toro reinvents classic monster movie tropes to expose the "great" white privilege of America's past as the true monster.
Paste Magazine - 10/10 by Andrew CrumpDel Toro weaves together his influences so finely, so delicately, that the product of his handiwork feels entirely new: We recognize the pieces, and we cannot mistake the author, but cast in the warm, beryl glow of Dan Laustsen’s gorgeous cinematography, we feel as if we’re seeing them afresh. That’s the magic of the movies, and, more importantly, the magic of del Toro.

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