An American in Paris
Comedy • 1951 • 1 hr 53 min
It’s wonderful, it’s marvelous! The costumes, sets & choreography are amazing. Gene Kelly is charming & adorable, his dancing is phenomenal.
It’s really hard not to love Gene Kelly.
Really beautifully shot, with wonderful sets, choreography and backdrop of Paris
Just a bunch of fun to watch Gene Kelly dancing around Paris.
Brilliant dance sequences especially the big set piece at the end largely overcome terrible plotting and an unconvincing central romance.
An American in Paris: An American classic. I love how simple these films portray romance as well as the purity in it.
Every movie that has song and dance after “An American in Paris” are attempting to imitate “An American in Paris.”
Makes you long for a time when big budget movies were extravaganzas with incredible production design, music ,and choreography.
I'm not a big musicals fan, but it's a very pretty movie, even I like the choreography, & it's a good one to watch if u need a bright moment
Amazing musical full of beauty and romance.
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