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reviewed Amelie. November 13, 2011
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**** out of ****     "Amelie" is a brilliant work of cinema that contains one of the most delightful and instantly endearing heroines ever put on film. Written and directed by the …
posted a Quick Tip about Amelie. February 12, 2010
A charming, ableit unusual, romantic comedy from France. I love the performances, but some of the humor and story felt a little flat. Cute.
reviewed Jean-Pierre Jeunet. June 16, 2009
Jean-Pierre Jeunet
The French Film Director Jean Pierre Jeunet was born in 1953, bought his first camera at the age of 17, started to make some short films and studied animation (he is a big Tex Avery fan) With his friend …
reviewed Amelie (2001). October 18, 2004
Amelie (2001)
What an enchanting little movie this is! Amelie is almost a genre unto itself. Not content to just be a funny movie, or a movie about the thrill of new love, it combines both and mixes in a heaping helping …
reviewed Amelie (2001). January 15, 2004
Amelie (2001)
Amelie is a wonderful allegorical story with breathtaking cinematography. This is a wonderful ensemble cast with strong character development throughout. This is a movie that you hate to see end while …
reviewed Amelie (2001). January 27, 2003
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Amelie (2001)
Through a variety of tiny, selfless acts, Amelie touches the people around her, changing their lives in small, yet immeasurably vast ways. She reconnects a man with his childhood. She sparks passion between …
reviewed Amelie. January 28, 2002
Pros: Fanciful and a delight      Cons: a little too cute     The Bottom Line: A wonderful film and a delight. I would pay full price to see this film again.    &nbs …
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