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The Shape of Water

The Shape of Water

By Guillermo del Toro

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2017-12-08
  • Advisory Rating: R
  • Runtime: 2h 3min
  • Director: Guillermo del Toro
  • Production Company: Double Dare You Productions
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Movie Rental Price: USD 5.99
From 2,624 Ratings


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.




  • Absolute garbage( this whole move is little mermaid )

    By Vaderx4
    This movie was absolutely garbage, it is pointless, people are literally falling in love with a fish, and this movie is completely unoriginal. whole movie is literally little mermaid with reverse roles and p*rn. The mermaid falls in love with a human, this lady falls in love with a fish man. The mermaid ends up turning human and the lady ends up turning in to a fish thing. I honestly cannot see a single reason the movie should have won any Oscar let alone best picture ... get out should have won.
  • Perfectly magical in every way.

    By cc101productions
    Wordy opinions and interpretations only rob this stellar story of its magic... allow yourself to be pulled in to its beauty, drama and belief that no matter who you are, no matter when or where, they is a purpose for you and love is all around... like the shape of water.

    By USBP1969
    What appeared to be an interesting science fiction movie is in fact pornagraphy. In the 10 minutes that I watched I was amazed, IMO this movie should be “X” rated.
  • Good movie.

    By WickedChicklette
    Loved the sixties retro feel of the film. And no, it's not Splash. It's way more original. Great acting too.
  • Sickness is deep

    By Headon straight
    Anyway you spin it it’s about a woman screwing a monster. Amazing how people see beauty in this. Just shows how far morals have dropped. I guess next a picture about a woman screwing a dog will win awards. Sick plain sick
  • The Shape of Water

    By BooleanValues
    Two stars for a creative twist on the creature from the black lagoon, but the movie felt like it was reaching for Hidden Figures meets the Big Fish. While I enjoy fantasy movies and I believe in equality for all, they lost me in accepting beastiality as acceptable. As for the writing, character development involved a depiction of a lonely woman who boils eggs and masturbastes before work, and can't stop taking her clothes off for the fish man. My opinion is they could have gotten him back in the water and on his way home an hour before the movie actually ended and let us move on to watching a good movie like Hidden Figures.
  • Top 5 worst movies - OF ALL TIME!

    By jeabuddy
    Essentially a low budget monster vs human "B" movie that might have been seen in the 40s/50s that has been revamped into a current day CG movie. As typically is the case, Hollywood gives this lemon an Oscar, proving once again how out of touch that crowd has become with what the average American defines as entertainment. I feel robbed of 2 hours of my life.
  • One of Del Toro’s finest films

    By AHS2004
    The shape overcomes it’s somewhat predictable narrative with amazing performances, visuals and emotional story
  • It was interesting, I'll give you that.

    By NiaDC
    You know, it was interesting. It was unique. Was it my favorite? No. Parts of it were a little too unbelieveable (no, not the magical fish man part, but the romance) and felt a tad rushed. It was kind of weird how much focus was put on sex and sexuality, but in the end it worked out. That being said, it had a satisfying enough ending. The meaning behind the film wasn't explicity stated, but came across without being forced. Overall, entertaining. The musical number was a bit out there though, and felt a little... Odd. Still, I can see the appeal. Was it Oscar worthy? I honestly don't know. I can't say that I felt attached to any of the characters. I can't say I finished watching this movie feeling enlightened. But I can say the visual effects were quite nice. Everything blended well visually and it was a much nicer contrast to all these movies today that like to blast orange and yellow tones into our eyes. Will I remember this movie in a year? Probably not everything. Was it better than most everything else put out this year? Most likely. Did I really care about it? Eh... Not really. But I do see and understand the creativity behind it and applaud the minds that put it together.
  • Awful Story Flow, Great Design and Soundtrack

    By edensaber
    It was like the director knew it was a weak story so he filled the holes with tangents that went no where, sexual remarks, and nudity that had little purpose or reason to be included. I would have liked to see more to the love story than the, “Feed a fish an egg and get laid.” It was disappointingly shallow. Aside from the story, the production design was great! I loved the whole look of the creature and the atmosphere of the sets. I also loved the charming soundtrack which went well with the time period of the story.