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After witnessing firsthand the pleasures of Amelie Poulain's little world, I realized its oddball sense works greatly in the movie's favor.
| Original Score: 4.5/5
Cynics can scoff all they want, but why, when it's simply easier to just surrender to the magic?
| Original Score: 4/4
In a year when so many films dealt with the darker side of "dreams vs. reality" - we're finally offered a cinematic dream that we'd rather not wake from.
| Original Score: 3.5/4
I like my films to be more intellectual and less like French pastry.
| Original Score: C
Charming but not magical.
| Original Score: 2
It's not every day that you see a film so enamored with its own quirkiness.
See it, love it, and let Amélie renew your connection with life's simple pleasures - when it's over, you'll wonder how you lived this long without it.
Is it possible to describe to another what pure, unadulterated joy feels like? Because that the expression one leaves the theater with after seeing Amelie ...
| Original Score: 5/5
Jeunet's optical sleights of hand would be hollow if he also didn't create dozens of vivid and frequently lovable characters.
It makes you wish the real world was like this movie. It is a light story filled with wonder and good humor, a real audience pleaser.
| Original Score: 3/4
An effervescent world of unrequited love, suicidal goldfish, photo booth intrigue and elaborate courtship schemes.
The genuine feel-good article.
An infectiously delightful and magical film that's absolutely entertaining and fun to watch, and is guaranteed to leave viewers with a satisfied smile on their faces.
A witty, exuberant sugar rush for the art house.
Charming, inventive and witty
There is originality and style galore as pretty Amelie works hard to make positive changes in the lives of those around her.
| Original Score: B+
A beautiful film - tonic for the romantically challenged and a breath of fresh air for all but the most long-gone of cinematic cynics.
| Original Score: 86/100
... puts your tolerance for non-stop whimsy to the test.
Tautou is gloriously alive in the title role.
A blast of pure movie bliss, a hilarious, imaginative and exhilarating love letter to the romantic in all of us.