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Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain
Germany, France
Fantasy, Romance, Comedy
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Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Audrey Tautou as Amélie Poulain
Mathieu Kassovitz as Nino Quincampoix
Rufus as Raphaël Poulain
Lorella Cravotta as Amandine Poulain
Serge Merlin as Raymond Dufayel
Jamel Debbouze as Lucien
Claire Maurier as Madame Suzanne - la patronne du café
Isabelle Nanty as Georgette
Dominique Pinon as Joseph
Artus de Penguern as Hipolito
Yolande Moreau as Madeleine Wallace
Urbain Cancelier as Collignon
Maurice Bénichou as Dominique Bretodeau
Storyline: Amélie is a story about a girl named Amélie whose childhood was suppressed by her Father's mistaken concerns of a heart defect. With these concerns Amélie gets hardly any real life contact with other people. This leads Amélie to resort to her own fantastical world and dreams of love and beauty. She later on becomes a young woman and moves to the central part of Paris as a waitress. After finding a lost treasure belonging to the former occupant of her apartment, she decides to return it to him. After seeing his reaction and his new found perspective - she decides to devote her life to the people around her. Such as, her father who is obsessed with his garden-gnome, a failed writer, a hypochondriac, a man who stalks his ex girlfriends, the "ghost", a suppressed young soul, the love of her life and a man whose bones are as brittle as glass. But after consuming herself with these escapades - she finds out that she is disregarding her own life and damaging her quest for love. Amélie then ...
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number one
the truth is one of the best movies I have seen, the color, the script, acting, editing and especially the music .... my god... this is art in the style of Amelie. Actually my taste in music composition was strongly influenced by this film. The way you see the world according Amelie's how it should all look and above all the little details that begin a work and lead to a unique history and to never forget. Let's talk about color, strong hue of green and red, two basic contrasting colors; matching all along story, the special treatment given to the tonality, lighting match with the whole concept of the mind of Amelie, Amelie world that is different from what appears but is simply a way of seeing life. This and much more is Amelie but for me it is simply the best movie we can enjoy!
Merde du Merde, not Crême de la CRËME !
So I am not French, don't judge the summary above. But to make it short, this is the worst movie I have ever watched, no exaggeration, but sincere judgment. It's terribly awful, so much that I want my 2 hours back !

Now let's make it clear, I have never rated a movie (1 star, or under 6 stars) like this one ever before, actually I am easy-pleased by things, movies, and stuff, but this one went too far beyond Sh*t.

I watched this with my friend, neither me nor him had enjoyed it so far, it was so awkward and unfunny, the narrator was so annoying. Giving every character a special persona ? That didn't work out, it was so shitty, it made a lot of jokes about sex and stuff, and that didn't work out as well. The main character was lovely during the first 4 minutes but the plot ruined her for good.

I wished the movie had ended so soon, I felt like I am torturing my friend along with his time. If this was horribly rated I'd not blame myself... But...18th... seriously ?!

This howsoever has no point at all, you finish watching it then you be like :"What have I just watched? What's the point?" the only winner of the movie is Amélie who hung out with a porn-shop guy, seriously...

Charlie Chaplin would have murdered himself if he had heard the lame jokes in this movie. They don't even fit a kid's sense of humour, let alone this movie is rated for Mature people.

It doesn't deserve a 10, a 9, but a negative rating. Mince ! I know I am 15 years late, but a legendary movie never dies. This one lasted so long not enough, it shouldn't have.

Let us all pray to God that we don't witness another Merde, Amen.
this must be one of THE BEST movies I have seen in the past couple of years. It managed to demonstrate the technical side of today's high-tech movie making (excellent job on digital sound and CG effects), while preserving the artistic qualities. Amazing cinematography, plot and acting. This movie made me laugh my ass off. A comedy and romance all in one. I saw it twice in 2 days and will see it again.

Wish all movies were less Holleywood-hype and more quality, like this one. I am not all artsy and anti-holleywood, but I am getting a bit tired of the cliche movies coming out of USA.
Clouds of Celluloid Cotton Candy
I was absorbed in Amelie while it was on, but afterward, it evaporated from my consciousness far faster than have other supposedly more trivial films that have stayed with me for months or in some cases years. The first forty minutes, by my accounting, move propulsively forward as we follow Amelie's life from childhood to twentysomething. The plateau of this film (and the going becomes more tedious in this part) is Amelie's adult life as a precious real life faerie, as it were, a player of practical jokes and pranks on those whom she feels deserve a comeuppance or those who need simply to be tweaked out of their daily routine. The charm of the film, it seems to me several days after seeing it, lies in the experience of seeing it with an auditorium full of good-humored holiday moviegoers ready to relax and take a break from the affairs of the world. It is a feelgood film, or a "cozy" little film. A standard middlebrow criticism these days is that a particular film is a pastiche of MTV style shooting. --Which style is itself a pastiche of verité cinematography in all its unsteady, crudely cut, slipping-focused glory. I found one aspect of this film even more disturbing than that liability: It looked and felt like a TV commercial much of the time. That look in itself is not a death blow to the film, because there are some very handsomely mounted TV ads around these days. But for it to feel like an ad throws the whole experience into limbo for me. One finally fears it is precisely as deep as it looks. I give Amelie 5 stars. A fairly (and only fairly) fun movie if all you are after is a fun movie.
Stop and smell the roses
Figuring out who we are and how we fit into the world is a shared experience among all young adults. This film takes us on a journey as we follow Amélie, Audrey Tautou, as she is coming of age. Through short, fast, intense shots we see the world through the eyes of Amelie. She spends her days focused in on details and rarely takes a step back to see life as a whole but she comes to learn that this is no way to live.

The story begins with Amélie as little girl. Her father believes she has a heart defect and decides to home school her and keep her secluded. She is lonely and under the strict rule of her neurotic parents. Amélie retreats to her imagination and through creative cinematography and CGI we see the world just as six-year-old Amélie does. As if Amélie's life isn't tragic enough, she also witnesses the death of her mother and is then raised by her father.

After this fast-paced, detailed oriented, introduction we fast-forward to Amélie is a young adult living on her own. Any hope that the film will ever slow down is diminished. One evening, Amélie discovers a hidden box that was left by a little boy who used to live in her flat.

This starts a life-changing journey, that night she decides she will track down the owner of the box and if he is moved by the gesture she will continue to do random acts of kindness and meddle in people's lives. Alas, he is deeply moved by being reunited with his treasure and thus begins many adventures for Amélie.

All the while, however, she continues to be absorbed by life's details. She processes the world in little bits and is often removed from the real world into her imagination. She imagines a film produced about her life after her death she has become a famous figure known for her random acts of kindness but still dies alone. At this time she grows up even more and realizes she wants to find love.

The film as a whole is so fast it is often disorienting. While this unique cinematography is clever and helps us understand Amélie and her point of view, it is information overload and too much to absorb. Often, this leaves the viewer fatigued and uninterested in keeping up. It isn't until the end when Amélie has learned and grown that she, and the film, finally slow down and enjoy life.
She makes ME fall in love too!
To start off with, I heard a lot of good things about this movie when it was on the big screens but never got around to see it before it disappeared. Sitting here, long after in the aftermath, I might never forgive myself for missing that opportunity. Eventually I did get around to see it, though a small TV never does a film the same justice a theater does, and being a bit sceptic about the small hype this movie caused made me prejudice about it, but I must say I have never been so wrong before. And I am happy saying it.

This movies biggest crime, and yet its biggest asset, is that it is in French. Subtitles just does not bring full justice to a movie like this, and it is bound to scare off most of the audience not used to subtitled movies. Sad to say so, but I believe it is the truth. I do not know any French at all, but I sure wish I was fluent watching this movie!

Compared to most other films "Amelie" (and I will stick to "Amelie" since "Le Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain" is a bit long to write) is based on a rather ordinary and plain story everyone can relate to, but it is given to us in a very special kind of way, mixed with wonderful little subplots and an almost chaotic amount of details. We get to see and experience the world and especially Paris through the filtering eyes and fantasy of Amelie, A Paris that might feel small and limited on the screen but in fact is just as big as it is in the eyes of Amelie.

Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet brings to life the world of Amelie with colors, masterful camerawork and a few special effects (Well, I have certainly felt like melting a couple of times too in my life!). Some people I spoke to before seeing "Amelie" criticized it for being too childish and unrealistic, but I believe it is an essential part of the movie since Amelie herself is a very childish and imaginative young girl. She just happens to fall in love one day when she decides to embark on a quest. Jean-Pierre Jeunet manages to bring us along without losing control of the set or the plot. It is exactly this kind of movie that could easily be overdone and lose all of its magic in the hands of the wrong person, but Jean-Pierre Jeunet never slips a single time. For you who think you never heard of him before he is actually the same man who brought us "Alien 4" back in 1997, (I still refuse to believe he was involved in that horrible film...), and the wonderful "Delicatessen" in 1991.

Audrey Tautou could not be overemphasized for her importance in portraying Amelie. I am a bit embarrassed admitting it but I was almost falling in love with Amelie myself, forgetting she was only fiction on the screen. However she does not carry "Amelie" solely by herself. The cast makes an excellent whole and it is hard imagining switching anyone without affecting the whole outcome. Everyone manages to make the most out of their role and even though we only get to know some of them briefly they come alive just as much as Amelie herself does.

I could go on forever about "Amelie". It contains so many details and switches in tempo and camerawork it has to be seen more than once to take in and understand everything. Damn it, "Amelie" made me happy, laughing out loud at times, and very few movies affects me like that.

I very rarely give movies a 10, and I was indeed considering a 9 for a while, but for me this is one of those movies I will come back to time after time. Long after the CG thrills of hyped fantasy movies and big budget Hollywood productions have faded and been forgotten, Amelie will still be jumping around in my heart, doing all those silly and charming little things I wish I dared to do too...
Couldn't finish it...
Quirky films sometimes win me over... sometimes they don't. An example of colorful "Quirkiness" that won me over completely is the wonderful television series Pushing Daisies. That is what I would compare this film most with in its style and tone... and yet I didn't like it.

NOTE- I don't like reviewing films that I do not finish watching, but I only saw the first 50 minutes of this film. My Film Teacher played it for us on a big screen. I was very excited for it. When it began I was liking it... after 10 minutes I felt it was rubbing me the wrong way. After 20 minuets the story was mildly engaging and I wanted to see where it went... As it went on I kept wondering to myself if I should leave... I even watch the worst of films. I left because I just saw no indication of the film grabbing me. Yeah,I guess it's well-made for the filmmakers intentions, yet for all of its style it never amused me. The lead performance was very good, but the film as a whole felt too calculated. Hey, I love visual films, but the visuals in this one seemed to be too artificial to me. And again, I loved Pushing Daisies. Yet this film's plot and execution wasn't grabbing me and was making me a little bored, so I left. I don't plan on watching the rest of it any time soon, and I don't think I will ever like the film. I get what the filmmakers were trying to do, but I simply didn't find it appealing. Since I didn't finish it I don't want to give it a negative score, but quite simply, I don't see the fuss about this film. I give it a 5 as it stands now. Did I mention that the dialogue was just... dull? Not a bad film per say by the standards in which it was made, just a VERY uninteresting and dull one, even with all of its colors and visuals.

EDIT- So I decided to watch it in its entirety, mark the date December 9th, 2011. Why do I want to mark the date? Well, because I fell in love with it. This time, I wasn't surrounded by my obnoxious film class, and I really took it differently. I mean, I love Pushing Daiises, so I knew this was a film that would benefit from watching again, and this time as a whole. This time, I was hooked in it's storyline.

I also want to say that this opened my mind a little bit more. It's very difficult to do fantasy, romance, and comedy in the right way that it engages me enough. It's always been harder for films of this type for me to love than the usual, gritty, well-made thrillers or dramas. Which is why this stands out in my mind. The cinematography is amazing (as expected, as Delbonnel had the best cinematography of 2009 for Harry Potter 6), as is the art direction. I also noticed the colors. Yeah, it has very vivid colors, but the color saturation as whole had a very greenish sort of look to it, which i thought was unique in itself. The first half is faster-paced and different than the second, but both work completely. I love very few romance films, but the romance here is just so delightful. This is a film that leaves you happy as can be, and I am very glad i rewatched it.
like bottled sunshine
The first few minutes of the film leave you wondering where on earth it's going, but be patient, it's all worth it. Amelie is a real feel-good film, though not in the stereotypical Hollywood style. Its full of mystery, humour, and moments that make you think 'I wish I'd thought of that!' - for example, the way she sends Nico on a wild-goose-chase in the park at the Montmartre carousel. Audrey Tautou is wonderful as Amelie, a simple girl on the surface but with astonishing inventiveness, bewildering all around her.

As a director, Jean-Pierre Jeunet has a unique style. He seems to make great use of colour - some would say to unnecessary extremes, but for me it gives the film a sunshiny feel, whatever the weather in the film. He also likes to zoom about with his camera's, but again this all adds to the way the film completely draws you into its own world, just as Amelie draws Nico into her world without them actually really meeting. A few nice special effects top it off, and there are a few little details that you probably won't see the first couple of times you watch it.

I'm no film expert, but I loved this film, its my favourite of all time (so far, anyway), and I'm in danger of wearing out my DVD. There are some people who don't see what all the fuss is about: for them it's too sickly-sweet, or they see Amelie as a meddler or nosy-parker, but I think they've just somehow missed the essence of the film, poor things ;) Don't read too many detailed reviews before watching it, or you could spoil the surprises. Just get the video and watch it. And then watch it again. And again.
Charming film, but Amelie's childish world needs more juice to fill its running time satisfactorily.
This little film opens with that all that engaging quirkiness that the French have made particularly their own, and I settled down fully prepared to enjoy myself. In the film the title character is a naïve young woman who marches to a decidedly different drummer, and we follow her as she unfurls her petals to the world around her. Her schtick is to single out people she happens upon, and then to intervene gently and charmingly in their lives in order to better their lot.

However, in spite of some clever humor, and the intoxicating Audrey Tautou – who plays the innocent and fey Amélie to perfection – after 45 minutes or so I felt a twinge of boredom which gradually blossomed in insistence, so that I found myself looking more and more at my watch while awaiting an end to the increasingly annoying world of Amélie's childish shenanigans. To my mind Amélie's observations are more appropriate to a 10-year-old than a young adult (howsoever eccentric and naïve).

Accordingly, while this is a pleasant movie generally, it has insufficient bumpf to fill its running time in a satisfying way, and, after a promising opening, the film ended leaving me with a mild sense of disappointment.

Why do people like this movie???
I hate to be one of those negative people, but I hate this movie with an incredible fiery passion. I think it's very possibly the most overrated film of all time. I watched it a while back expecting to see something amazing but I was disappointed beyond words. The main character is very possibly the most annoying movie creation of all time. She's really cutesy and pale and she doesn't say anything. She's like a cross between Shirley Temple and a mime. By the end of the movie you just want to reach into the screen and choke her. Beyond that, as far as I can tell, the movie has no point whatsoever. And just for record, I'm not just saying this because I'm an idiot American who can't appreciate French cinema--I actually love French films (my favs are The Girl On The Bridge, La Haine, and Leon: The Professional). But this one just makes me want to pull my hair out. Anyway, I'll certainly attempt to watch it again at some point and give it another chance, but so far I'm at a complete loss as to why this movie is ranked at #18. Feel free to reply and tell me why I'm wrong.
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