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The fact that Guillermo del Toro is an executive producer of "Mama" is a tip-off that this won't be just another horror film with misbehaving and soon-to-be-dismembered teenagers or a drooling, slime-soaked monster.  And it's not. But neither is it "Pan's Labyrinth" (2006), the producer-director's brilliant, politically aware gothic fairytale. "Mama" is a fitfully involving supernatural tale of parents and parental figures both good and bad.  The feature film debut of director-co writer Andrés Muschietti, it opens with a distraught and possibly criminal father (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) grabbing his two young daughters and »

- Leah Rozen

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