43- Micmacs [8.0]

A man and his friends come up with an intricate and original plan to destroy two big weapons manufacturers.

There is no one with a visual style like Jean-Pierre Jeunet. The director of Delicatessen, The City of Lost Children, and Amélie makes films that are a treat for the eyes, and Micmacs is no exception. Couple that with an absurdly clever script, Micmacs is the kind of fantasy revenge story that will have you smiling throughout the movie. The cast of oddities with their own individual special talents are a delight to watch, and so long as you can tolerate a bit of silliness, you’ll find yourself having a great time with Micmacs.

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2 responses to “43- Micmacs [8.0]”

  1. rtm says :

    I’ve only seen one Jeunet movie, Amélie, but was really impressed by his visual style. I need to check Delicatessen and this one out.

  2. dirtywithclass says :

    While i think this is a enjoyable film, i feel some of the characters felt a bit under-developed to me.

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