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Actors of "Amelia"
Characters of "Amelia"
Directors of "Amelia"Mira NairBirthdate: 15 October 1957, Bhubaneshwar, Orissa, India
Creators of "Amelia"Ronald BassBirthdate: 26 March 1942, Los Angeles, California, USAAnna Hamilton Phelan
Critic Reviews of "Amelia"New York ObserverDecember 10, 2009
It has beautiful cinematography, a star performance that is shocking in its authenticity, a careful eye for nuance and detail and an irresistible blend of action and romance that should spell automatic success.Time OutNovember 13, 2009
Inoffensive, arcane and ultimately rather sweet, 'Amelia' is one to take your grandmother to.At the MoviesOctober 26, 2009
Wwhy does such an exciting life make such a dull movie?New YorkerOctober 26, 2009
Amelia is handsome yet predictable and high-minded -- not a dud, exactly, but too proper, too reserved for its swaggering subject.New York Magazine/VultureOctober 26, 2009
It's all so glancing and superficial that the movie doesn't seem to have a present tense. It goes by like coming attractions. It is, however, a treasury of bad biopic dialogue.SlateOctober 23, 2009
Directed by Mira Nair and executive-produced by its star Hilary Swank, the movie seems oddly preoccupied with the audience's approval for its subject.JunkeeJanuary 13, 2014
Unfortunately, the drama is nil, and the laughs come thick and fast.7M PicturesJuly 21, 2012
As a rule, biopics are really hard to do, and that's because it's almost impossible to strike the perfect balance between truth and drama.Matt's Movie ReviewsJuly 06, 2010
What on the surface looks like a plush period piece with best picture aspirations, is actually a bland biopic of an otherwise interesting figure in Amelia.ScreenwizeJuly 04, 2010
Stuart Dryburgh's sweeping panoramas of Canada and Cape Town %u2013 standing in for Nairobi, Papua New Guinea and Hawaii %u2013 deserve to be enjoyed on the big screen.Window to the MoviesFebruary 12, 2010
Feels like a tomb, lending itself to a slow, quiet pace that's possibly meant to be reflective but is instead dirgelike.NewsBlazeFebruary 06, 2010
While Amelia was no airhead, the film flies above the fray, barely skimming the surface of a life and time, including traumatic world wars, the Great Depression and her mystery disappearance.
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