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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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A reminder of life's ability to surprise us
Aside from You Can Count on Me, this is the best movie I've seen in over a year, and one of the best I've seen in any year. It is a movie so charming and intelligent and sweet that like many of the other people who have written reviews, I feel compelled to see it again, only two days after my first viewing. It has so many layers, all of them complex and worthy of much thought--it is a Valentine to everyone who wants to believe that good things will continue to happen to them, in spite of the troubling times we're living in and have been living in, though perhaps more obviously now than at any other time in recent history. It is a testament to human kindness and its ability to change the face of the world. But aside from the possibility it will make you feel hopeful about the future of your life, it's just so funny and surprising, and the element of surprise is something many movies lack these days, much to their (and our) detriment.

Jeunet and all of his actors and producers deserve to be praised and admired wildly, and I'm more than willing to do this here and with everyone I know--I'm urging them to see this movie immediately.
A big fat dollop of saccharine Gallic fairy floss
Two of my friends had told me how much they had enjoyed this movie, so it was a big surprise to find how much I disliked it. The main character, played by Audrey Tatou with the most off- putting mannerisms, was so artificially sweet and coy it made me want to puke. Almost the entire ridiculous story was riddled with self-conscious cuteness. I say 'almost' only because after forcing myself to watch it for almost an hour in the hope of some improvement I couldn't stand it anymore and switched it off.

In summary, if you admire sugar-coated dross you'll love this movie; if you don't, then steer well clear of it.
Another one that deservedly goes straight to my top-movies list! A soul- refilling experience that restores your faith in life and people... a reality check of life's little pleasures.

Audrey Tautou played Amelie to perfection that I can't really digest her performance in any other movie; she is and will always remain the doe- eyed, innocent and lovable Amelie to me. The rest of the cast are quite perfect for their roles as well.

There isn't much to be said about the movie which traces the life of a simple 23-year-old French waitress with a wild imagination; however, each and every detail counts and adds something to this colorful visual painting and the experience as a whole. Direction and cinematography are simply beautiful!

One more thing: Yann Tiersen's extremely becoming and salient music is like God's final touches on earth! Funny, gripping and spirit-lifting, this is a movie you will never get tired of watching over and over again.
Encore, Jean - Pierre!
This is essentially a conventional love story told in an unconventional way. Jeunet is a uniquely talented film maker, and it is nice to see him venture so successfully into the mainstream, especially since his previous two productions, "Alien 4" and "Cité des enfants perdus" were interesting but overall unconvincing. I recommend "Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain" to a wide audience and wish it success. Still, the movie that I would take with me to desert island would be Jeunet's other great success, "Delicatessen".
This girl will change your life
Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amelie Poulain is the best movie of the year and also one of the most enchanting movie ever made. Every frame is a poem.

The cast is great. Audrey Tautou is wonderful in the role of Amelie. This little french girl will change your life forever. Mathieu Kassovitz is also wonderful in the role of Nino. A man so tender and so nice that he will break the heart of every woman on this planet. You absolutely have to see this movie !! I hope that it will be released everywhere.

Ok, I let you now !! I wanna go back to the movie theater to see Amelie over and over 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.

Am I the only one who sees darker implications here?
Everyone thinks this movie is so, um....sweet. I thought the sweetness was forced and deliberately so. Amelie skips along the surface of the world, doing good deeds to strangers whom she cannot even face or talk to. When she falls for a guy, she can't even talk to him. The whole thrust of the movie I took to be that Amelie needs to wake up from a dream world and she does so at the end, with its implications of sexuality. To really love someone is dangerous in this movie, as in the world: look at the man in the cafe who is frankly stalking his former girlfriend. His possesiveness ends up ruining his budding romance with the hypochondriac. This is the dangerous undertow of sexual love.
i´d rather stick to dark jeunet, thank you
Delicatessen is a masterpiece of overwhelming imagination breathless originality and excellent humor. I love that movie for its beauty and for its characters which track me back in childhood. The first difference between apes and humans, if good´o´darwin was right and we are indeed relatives of the primates, is nothing else than imagination. I will always take my hat off in front of a creative soul and i will always worship guys who can find the proper esthetical path for their imagination. This is why i love the city of the lost children. But somehow jeunet´s conversion to light is maybe not so inspired. Of course i was seduced by all those simptomps of a grate imagination and by all those small details á la tex avery, i was amused by most of the characters and i am far from saying that i am disappointet by jeunet (as i could say about his co-national besson, but this is not the right place for that), i still fancy his studied images and his fetishism for color, but this movie gives me somehow the impresion that a highly spirited guy is trying to express himself in a language he is not quite proficient in. He is making compromises and uses supportive structures to make a message go through. The most annoying of them, i will be the devil´s advocate, is the way amelie looks in the camera, hence at us, whenever she has an idea or somehow wants to make an appeal to our comprehensive capabilities, like those extremely annoying conversation-lovers who do not waste any opportunity to act with two fingers from both of their hands, somewhere at the level of the ears, nobing with the head in the same time, all this just to express more or less, undoubtfully, that they are just using quotation marks.
An easily underestimated movie...
I have loved this film for some years now and I never wrote a comment about this movie, today I have heard all kind of opinions about this film and I have heard what critics have to say about it. This film is loved by many people, but it is easily underestimated, specially by those who want films to give them deep philosophical lessons and impressive point of views of our society. A film doesn't need to be deep to be a masterpiece, if Amelie would try to be more deep than it already is it would ultimately become a worse movie, this movie is not about taking things seriously, this film is about giving people an experience, a pure cinematic experience and it does such a rare thing as having the vast maiority of people who went to see this in the theater leave the theater more happy than when they entered. It is such a powerful experience many couldn't stop smiling for a week walking around in the streets thinking about the film and looking like a fool! I am quite sure this has never happened in the same collective way to any other movie than Amelie......in movie history! That is why this film is unique, that is why this film changes the life of people like the tagline says. It is because it enters straight to the hearth of people and people begin to ask themselves about their own reality and why they can't feel the same way in our universe as in Amelie's universe. A film doesn't need deep messages about humanity to change the way we see life, love, humanity...

This is such a simple, universal film everyone can understand. The movie is perfect in every way and it is quite wonderful the way things worked out. Because I am quite sure the director alone couldn't make this movie, how good the direction might be I think there are 2 other factors almost as important, Audrey Tautou and Yann Tiersen. From the beginning Emily Watson was supposed to play Amelie, before she became pregnant. Watson is a great actress but never do I think it would have worked, mainly because Tautou IS Amelie in this movie and Amelie is FRENCH, Watson is not. The angelic Amelie has since become almost a symbol for France and tourists visits the cafe and makes Amelie tours around the city, the prize of the apartments in the neighborhood has sky-rocketed thanks to this movie! Yann Tiersen is also extremely important.

Originally Jeunet had someone else working for the movie, but one time he heard one of Yann Tiersen's songs in his car and fast he ran to buy all albums from Yann Tiersen and decided he should make the music for the film. Yann Tiersen had anyway only 15 days to make music for the film and said he didn't have time, Jeunet proposed he could include some of Yann's old songs into the movie and the result was 9 old and 9 new absolutely wonderful, heavenly beautiful tracks all completely perfect for this film. Nostalgic, happy, sad, energetic tracks who together with the cinematography set the right mood for the film.

Another great thing about this movie are the colors, always mixing between strong red and green colors which makes you feel you are in a world which only could exist in your dreams, the most beautiful ones you ever had. You could go on about everything which is perfect in this movie, the simple odd characters you so easily feel sympathy for and they are presented in a way only Jeunet could present a character. The odd Jeunet humor we have seen before in Delicatessen and City of the lost children, a humor which only exists in his universe. The simple plot is effective and right not to be more complicated than it needs to be and it has a beautiful message we don't often see in movies: generosity. There is also romance in this movie, but no relationship dramas, dialog, grand romantic scenes ala Titanic. No, this romantic trip is as beautiful and simple as our best memories about love and happiness.

Everything in the movie represents the best things about life, love and France. Yes, it is so french and it is so good in being french that you feel like you are french or at least wants to be sometimes when you are watching this film. Everything from Montmarte (a character in its own in the movie), Audrey Tautou to Yann Tiersen is so french, maybe I should add it is a beautiful, positive point of view of french culture without being idealistic (all people have many problems and no one has a perfect life), never becoming uninteresting or boring. I hope only those who have seen the film reads this, because I don't want people to get over-hyped about this movie, it is a simple beautiful movie with the ability to conquer the hearth of people, nothing more than that. That is why I waited long time to write about the film, I knew I couldn't stop myself from making this movie sound like the best film of all time. Because, it was the best film for me, but will it do the same for you? I hope it will, enjoy the movie!
Insufferably Annoying
Not too long ago I was watching "The Hustler", and it was quite obvious that the film and practically everything about it was undeniably cool. Especially the way Jackie Gleason walked, the way he was dressed, the way he spoke, he wasn't trying to be cool, he simply was.

On a minorly related note, "Amelie" is a film that wants to be quirky, it wants to be cutesy, but it fails because it tries too hard: The exaggerated camera movements and sound effects, the ultra-luminous (yet rather nice) cinematography designed to turn Paris into a fantasy world, the odd quips of dialogue on orgasms, but the absolute biggest fault of the film is with the lead character known as Amelie.

Amelie is a woman-child who likes to take it upon herself to do selfless good deeds for everyone around her, and the entire storyline revolves around her attempts to fix various problems for everyone within her vicinity. The only problem is that Amelie's selflessness isn't real, she's only doing this to feed her own sense of accomplishment so she can crack that god-awful smile at the camera once that good deed is done. Not long after it becomes extremely apparent that she's a psychopath who breaks into other people's appartments to screw with them (because she, not the police or any authorities, must be the one to deal with bad people), appoints herself as an unneeded tour guide for a blind man and basically does whatever she wants, regardless of whether it actually helps anyone.

The film has clearly taken cues from the French New Wave (Amelie even watches "Jules Et Jim" at the Cinema) but it has taken those editing and storytelling tricks to the nth degree and spoiled the entire film, even Amelie is taken from Irene Jacob's character in "Three Colours: Red" and made even nicer and sweeter until she's just plain obnoxious It's an unbearably naive film that's filled with so much sugary fake charm that it becomes sickening rather quickly, and once the cutesy novelty wears off you realise that there's just no substance to the storyline at all. Some people have been enchanted by the magical qualities of it, but I was completely put off as the whole thing was over-the-top and rather self-indulgent. A film like "L'Atalante" finds the poetic beauty in the banality of life and simply displays it in all of its ordinary glory. "Amelie" constantly forces you to accept its own childish and faux-magical view of the world, some people can accept it, but I can't.
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