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DVD — Amelie (2001)

22 Feb

Wonderful movie!

Thomas has done such a fine job on this movie I will simply refer you to one of my top five favourites of all time on Deus Lo Vult.

…So, if you’re someone who is easily swayed by a wanna-be reviewer, then hopefully I’ve done enough of a job to make you go out and see this fine film. Then again, if you hate people who think they can review a film and pass it off as good, and want to try and see how wrong I truly am, here’s the answer: go and see the film. Either way, it’s a win-win situation: you get to see the film, and when you come back saying just how good Amelie really is, I win. And even if you don’t like the premise of the film, or romantic plots and themes, at least you will have been exposed to a masterfully created technical film, and it would be hard to not appreciate, or even acknowledge, this. Although I do find it difficult to believe that someone could possibly find this movie bad at all.

I will certainly be watching it again, soon.

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Posted by on February 22, 2007 in Cultural and other, Diversions, Films, DVDs, TV

 

2 responses to “DVD — Amelie (2001)

  1. Thomas

    March 4, 2007 at 10:25 pm

    Well it was good to see that my spirit lived on in my absence.

    I am glad that yet another person enjoyed this movie.

    And was swayed by my review. A “fine” job you say? I thought I hadn’t done the film justice, but if I’ve done just enough to get people to watch it, I’ve done my job.

    Thank-you for the compliment though none-the-less.

    Thomas.

     
  2. ninglun

    March 5, 2007 at 10:11 am

    I did say a “fine job” sincerely, Thomas, as having seen the movie I could see what you meant and why you were so enthusiastic. Amelie is magic! Comprehensive? I didn’t say that, so I understand your feeling you “hadn’t done the film justice.” You did enough though.

     
 
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