The Shape of Water

From master storyteller, Guillermo del Toro, comes THE SHAPE OF WATER – an other-worldly fairy tale, set against the backdrop of Cold War era America circa 1962. In the hidden high-security government laboratory where she works, lonely Elisa (Sally Hawkins) is trapped in a life of silence and isolation. Elisa’s life is changed forever when she and co-worker Zelda (Octavia Spencer) discover a secret classified experiment. Rounding out the cast are Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, Michael Stuhlbarg and Doug Jones.

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  1. At first I thought this movie was boring, but I've watched it like 4 times now and I'm loving it more and more with every time I rewatch it! Definitely something that grows on you. Can't believe I got this at my local gas station for 10 bucks…full price. lmao

  2. OMG this movie is one of the best I've seen in a long while. Mr. Del Torro's ability to tell a story is just PERFECTION.

  3. this movie is so bad! that Elissa should be a prostitute masturbating all the time and being a thot, having sex with another species of creature. she is a mute lonely ass bitch who is desperate for a mans and so she she has sex with him even though she just met him. also movie is too graphic, weird, it just sucks ass. so disturbing to watch. i give it a -5 stars for rating

  4. Bigots are bigots. Great fun and pretty. Since I was living in the 60's it makes sense to me. All the spy vs spy movies then were a lot of the same stuff. They couldn't swear or fuck in the movies then but the innuendo was pretty strong.

  5. Garbage. Fucking garbage. Never was happier that a movie ended. I cheered when the stupid bitch and her disgusting fish monster got shot. Movie should have ended there. It would have somewhat redeemed itself. Anyone who cried at the end of this should join them at the bottom of the sea. I hope her gay friend dies of aids.

  6. Hated it. This film is Hollywood's effort to promote beastiality – ugly mute has sex with slmy amphibian creature. Gratiuitous, unnecessary nudity and creepy sex, ala Harvey Wenstein style. Not a family film, grotesque overall. Hollywood has lost it's f**king mind voting this as "Best Picture" of the year.

  7. This movies plot is exactly the same as an indie book I read that came out three years ago with minor differences.
    I almost feel like I should tell the author of that one and ask if shes seen it.

  8. these movies are pretty good but not good like the oldies like Teen Wolf with Michael j.fox Back to the Future Part 1 2 & 3 and The Breakfast Club anything from that era was f**** awesome cuz it didn't take much to make a good movie back then

  9. SPOILER WARNING BELOW:

    God damnit. The FIRST thing I said when I started to watch this movie was "If there is an incredibly upsetting scene in this movie involving human to animal sexual relations like how there was in
    Splice, I'm gonna be so upset.

    ….DAMNIT. It's not that I'm instantly upset whenever something turns sexual, but I would feel like the relationship was SO much deeper than a physical one if the relationship that they had was like… one of understanding one another. An understanding that transcends even their physical bodies. She feels like he can understand her, and doesn't see her as incomplete because of her being a mute. She finds comfort in him because none of that matters. All while delving into the subject matter of understanding someone who may not even be like you (In this case, not even the same species).

    But instead, it's always gotta turn into "lolz time to hav3 sex cuz thts wut matters 2 me".

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