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Eric Brainard 12 months ago
Connelly & Bowie were fantastic. Music was amazing. Puppetry superb. Still love it today.
nicole 4 years ago
Bowie is a gem. There's nostalgic puppetry, songs that are forever ingrained, pure fun
Richard Reynolds almost 5 years ago
Leif Jacobson almost 5 years ago
Imaginative and fun, not a genius film, but one that is enjoyable and sweet.
Austin over 5 years ago
The script is at point remarkably bad, but there's plenty to love about this movie.
Charlie Alcock over 5 years ago
You remind me of the babe.
Tera Nikolaos almost 6 years ago
This is just the best movie ever. I can quote the whole thing. It is amazing. End of. <3
Tina Pech almost 6 years ago
Great fantasy. Jim Henson's mastery, music and fun.
Maja Risager Jeppesen over 6 years ago
A great fantasy movie with a wonderful moral
Alexandre Brisson over 6 years ago
Great movie for the 80s! Was entertaining and fun to watch. David Bowie's great.
Adam Connell almost 7 years ago
The film itself is a crazed, drug induced Labyrinth... But I still would recommend.
Orren Jensen 7 years ago
Dance Magic Dance
Charlie Gleason 7 years ago
One of the greatest films ever made. Plus spandex.
Chelsea Foreman over 7 years ago
Weird weird weird. Not kid friendly kids movie. I enjoyed it, but I don't know why.
Kakra over 7 years ago
Nacho Govea over 7 years ago
Awesome movie, it make you feel the real magic
Vee Repo-Haalo over 7 years ago
You remind me of the babe
Robyn Hamilton over 7 years ago
Bowie's package is phenomenal and bangin' choons abound in this terrific Jim Henson caper
Michael Cole almost 8 years ago
The single movie that proves that Jim Henson is the master of puppetry and storytelling.
Tess Heylan almost 8 years ago
Pure classic! watch time and again!
Labyrinth is a 1986 British/American fantasy film directed by Jim Henson, produced by George Lucas, and designed by Brian Froud. Henson collaborated on the screenwriting with children's author Dennis Lee, Terry Jones from Monty Python, and Elaine May (although only Jones received screen credit). The film stars David Bowie as Jareth the Goblin King and Jennifer Connelly as Sarah Williams. The plot revolves around Sarah's quest to find the way through an enormous otherworldly maze so that she can rescue her little brother, Toby, from Jareth. Most of the other significant roles are played by puppets or by a combination of puppetry and human performance. It was shot on location in New York and at Elstree Studios and Hampstead Heath in the UK. It was the last feature film directed by Henson before his death in 1990. The film opens with a scene of 15-year-old Sarah Williams rehearsing lines from a book called Labyrinth in a park. While trying to remember her final line in the book, the...
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