He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not Reviews

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September 10, 2020
Audrey Tatou is perfectly cast as Angelique.
February 20, 2009
It's about love, obsession and revenge and Tautou bewitches us from the very first scene
August 7, 2008
December 30, 2006
July 31, 2003
The execution doesn't quite come together, mostly because of an unnecessary "Memento"-like structure, but the film is still a clever look at romantic obsession.
July 16, 2003
July 9, 2003
A fascinating premise, but the film isn't quite grouned enough to strike the chords it strives for.
June 14, 2003
June 6, 2003
Nothing can prepare you for the twisty -- and twisted -- details the 26-year-old Colombani almost fiendishly brings to her story of misguided love.
May 30, 2003
An unsettling and often creepy little thriller, which at first appears to be fairly straightforward but then gets much craftier and considerably more interesting.
May 30, 2003
Colombani's double-sided view of events works like a jigsaw puzzle, but you may get the chills every time you learn where a new piece connects to an earlier one.
May 29, 2003
A thriller that doesn't thrill.
May 23, 2003
An off-kilter 'romance' with a wicked streak of dark humor.
May 16, 2003
It's more clever than brilliant, but folding two radically different interpretations of a kind gesture, a chance encounter and a Nat King Cole song heard on a car radio is a great trick.
May 4, 2003
May 3, 2003
A dazzling diversion with dark undertones.
May 2, 2003
Smacks of the great Hitchcock films in both tone and subject matter.
April 18, 2003
A great deal of the fun of the movie has to do with the casting of Tatou in a role that is more complicated than her heart-shaped face, Bambi eyes and Amelie goodwill might lead you to expect.
April 14, 2003
[Take] madness - mixed with inspiration from watching The Sixth Sense. Add a touch of Mulholland Drive and a bag of heart-shaped jujubees, and you'll just about have the flavor of He Loves Me.
April 11, 2003
A pretty nifty mystery about deranged love, and if nothing is truly startling, it's still smartly put together and completely entertaining.
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