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Old 01-14-2002, 07:43 AM   #16
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Oh J'aimais thanksggiving film beaucoup , tellement sucrée et innocent et elle rappeler à myself de une jeune Audrey dont prier!!!! se que une très joli s'embuer , le meilleur morceau pour moi était quand il est allé 'ohhhhhh et ohhhhhhhh' en retard sur elle one les revenante - traîne trajet et les terminaison quand il établir son , LOL dans les âgé coupler ayant sexe dans les cantine! Oh et les morceau où elle se dissoudre , véritable sympathique s'embuer et esp ensuite raison MOI met Jimmy Nesbitt!!! Oh luxuriant luxuriant luxuriant!!!!!
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Aaaaghhh! I have been wanting to see this film. And just yesterday I found out they are playing it at a theatre near me. Unfortunately my car is broken, so I will have to find a friend to drag along.
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It is sad to notice that in the USA, as I can see, forgeing movies are only showed in specific places, as opposed as here, where American movies are really imposing themselves everywhere. We produce movies and our own movies cannot comete with such amounts of money and the deals made with the... american owned theatres.... we cannot see our own movies everywhere on our own territory.

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woohoo, my car is working now, so I left work early yesterday afternoon and went to see "Amelie". And what a delightful movie it was! The camera work alone made it worthwhile. Charming movie...takes you into a different world, Amelie's world. I must admit, as an outgoing person that would never have a problem meeting strangers, I wanted to strangle her a few times and say "aggh girl, just tell him!!!" but c'est la vie. Was it just me or did Amelie's looks change gradually over the course of the movie. It seems to me that in the beginning, her hair was down in that cutesy little bob that made her seem almost impish, but by the end she was wearing it up which made her look more...err...what's the word...womanly? lol. I dunno, that may just be my reading into it.

Annnnyways, loved this movie and I'm going to see it again and buy it when it comes out on video.

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Old 01-17-2002, 02:13 PM   #20
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Yay, sula.

Hey, I noticed her hair, too, but I only noticed that it grew in length thru-out the film. No deep insights like you

The director was Nino? I can't believe it; he is that young and good-looking? Ooh.... Edge move over - this guy speaks French too!

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I re-checked and Nino wasn't the director of this particular film, but he IS a director. And I agree...quite a cutie. hehe.



OOH, and one of the scenes was shot on my street in Paris! lol. The one where the hostel I stayed in was. I recognized the name. *memories*

I can't wait to go see this again.

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Old 01-21-2002, 01:18 PM   #22
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Did you catch "Amelie" presenting at the Golden Globes? The film was also nominated for best foreign film. So.... go watch!


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It is sad to notice that in the USA, as I can see, forgeing movies are only showed in specific places, as opposed as here, where American movies are really imposing themselves everywhere. We produce movies and our own movies cannot comete with such amounts of money and the deals made with the... american owned theatres.... we cannot see our own movies everywhere on our own territory.

Yeah, there aren't many foreign movies that make it out of the few art-house theatres here. Obviously there was Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (which for the record, I didn't think was that good). Generally I wait for the movies to be released on DVD to a local video chain that specializes in foreign films. That's where I first found films like Lock, Stock, And 2 Smoking Barrels and With A Friend Like Harry. If you don't live in the city, it can be difficult to find many films aside from your standard Bruckheimer-produced crap.



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bwahaha, I went to see this movie yet again this weekend and dragged along (they went willingly actually) two other interferencers, zonelistener and kyra1. And they loved it too!

I want this soundtrack!

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I loved the film. Been talking it up all weekend!
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A few years ago, there was a French "3 Musketeers" film with Sophie Marceau as the long-lost daughter of D'Artagnan that was kinda fun.

I'm also fond of Manon of the Spring and Babette's Feast, as far as foreign films go, but being a bad American, I truly haven't seen too many outside of films I was compelled to watch in French class.

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I loved "Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain". It was uplifting without being corny.A magical movie.Jeunet has such a particular and incredible imagination and vision.

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Nino is played by this french director/actor called Matthieu Kassovitz. He's the one who made this great movie called "La Haine" (or "Hate", I REALLY recommend it !), and "Les Rivière Pourpres". He's really talented. And cute.

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