Comedy • R • 2001 • 2 hr 2 min
I am the odd one out of my family because I’m quirky, whimsical and have intense emotions so when I saw Amelie I immediately felt at home
Acting, set design, color scheme and music all on point. Unique humor but very touching story about how anxiety can cripple you. Very French
Quirky, whimsical, and wildly entertaining, with lots of twists and turns. This is one of my favorite movies!
I can not get over this film.The aesthetic as a whole is amazing. Colors, writing, acting (oh, listen to the musical!!)
Lovely. You need to feel it. The plot is simple but makes you dive into sensations.
I love how weird it is. After one watch I’m so confused by it but that just makes me wanna watch it again.
dude, it’s Amelie, what else am I supposed to rate it?
Modern day fairytale with gorgeous cinematography.
It's beautifully eccentric as it mixes in a dreamlike tone and the strange quirks of every day people.
Beautiful music and a very sweet storyline.
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