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Paris, je t'aime

2006
Romance
2h 0m
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Avg Percentile 53.88% from 2201 total ratings

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Rated 20 Aug 2007
50
38th
As someone else said, some of the stories are kinda boring but for the most part they're at the least enjoyable. Recommended if you're craving something different.
Rated 18 May 2009
63
58th
a quite enjoyable series of shorts, with a couple of true gems among them. Some of the shorts have no relation to the locales, and with celebrities making cameos non-stop, most portray an "american fascination of Paris", and not Paris herself. On a side note, i'd like to know in which parallel universe this Paris exists, since the Parisians in this movie are all super friendly and have mad English skills.
Rated 13 Mar 2008
89
90th
It's tough to pick favourites in this collection of shorts all set in different Parisian 'burbs. The Coens, Tom Tykwer, Alex Payne, Alfonso Cuaron, hell, even Wes Craven all turn in outstanding pieces. They're mostly stories of love from the city of love, and with a wide variety in style and content, there's a little something for everyone here. It's heart-warming and very entertaining. Very different, but sometimes it pays to try something new. Even the weaker segments aren't particularly bad.
Rated 01 Jan 2008
84
50th
The shorts range from excellent to just ok. However, they all move fast enough that you will not be bored the entire time.
Rated 07 May 2008
69
51st
It misses more often then it hits but it deserves points for trying. Some of the shorts are exceptional.
Rated 07 Jul 2009
75
71st
I enjoyed a few of the shorts, others not so much. Overall it did put me in a better mood.
Rated 26 Jul 2009
79
89th
I absolutely love some of the shorts, others then again are not so good. But all in all, impressive.
Rated 09 Aug 2009
6
70th
Most of the shorts are average-to-pretty good, a few are completely useless, and a few are outstanding. Each segment is so brief the movie flies by in a flash, and there's a good mix of joy and sorrow. I feel like an Amerocentric asshole because my favorite segment by far (Alexander Payne) is about an American tourist in France.
Rated 18 Aug 2007
77
78th
It's incredibly hit or miss, since it's basically a collection of 18 5 minute segments. A lot of them don't really do it for me, but some are fantastic, and since each segment is so short, even if you don't like one, it's not a problem. Overall, it's an interesting movie, and worth seeing. My favorites were the shorts by Walter Salles and Daniela Thomas, Cuaron, Assayas, and Schmitz.
Rated 09 Mar 2009
68
45th
Podalydes 35, Chadha 50, Van Sant 60, Coens 80, Salles&Thomas 40, Doyle 85, Coixet 87, Suwa 86, Chomet 70, Cuaron 87, Assayas 55, Schmitz 88, LaGravenese 30, Natali 85, Craven 45, Tykwer 83, Auburtin&Depardieu 75, Payne 80 and the ending 80. It all averages at the score given.
Rated 02 Oct 2007
65
55th
This is very difficult to rate because the segments are very uneven. Tom Tykwer's and Alexander Payne's are by far the best.
Rated 07 Apr 2008
4
34th
A nice little mosaic about Paris and love. Some segments aren't as great as others, but the good ones make it worthwhile in the end.
Rated 08 May 2007
80
68th
Good anthology film -- some funny segments, some sad, some lack any sort of evident point, but enough of it works. Some excellent performances, too
Rated 01 Mar 2011
65
42nd
The pessimistic view on "Paris, je t'aime" is that it suffers from its own concept: attempting to squeeze 18 stories into 2 hours prevents the audience from forming any connection to what's going on. The optimistic view is that for a film with that restriction, it works remarkably well -it's quite enjoyable. The sum: GREAT: Coixet, Chomet, Tykwer, Payne GOOD: Berges/Chadha, Van Sant, Coens, Schmitz OK: Salles/Thomas, Doyle, LaGravenese, Natali, Depardieu MEH: Podalydès, Suwa, Cuarón, Craven.
Rated 16 Jan 2008
85
73rd
Enjoyable film as a whole -- the segments are so short that it's difficult to hate or dislike any of them. However, it's too bad that some of the filmmakers seemed to use Paris as a colorful backdrop to their otherwise typical (boring) stories.
Rated 01 Aug 2008
8
82nd
A lot of good love stories by a lot of directors I really dig. Only a few parts were bad but almost all of them were really good especially the 'Place des Fêtes' segment.
Rated 02 Mar 2008
80
61st
It's uneven, but the highs are great and even the low points are not so much bad as just bland. I wish I could find a list of all the different segments somewhere, cause I've already forgotten many of them, and especially who directed what.
Rated 26 Sep 2011
50
48th
Only four segments were worthwhile (the Coens, Schmitz, Tykwer, Payne), the rest ranged from blandly cute to painful. As always anything to do with mimes falls into the latter.
Rated 22 Apr 2012
76
62nd
Generally, it is hard to focus on 15-20 short movies in a row, but this one, with the help of the riveting power of Paris, kinda pulled it off. It is more hit than miss and the pieces by Natali, Chomet and Tykwer made it a very good experience. I really liked that some pieces showed the "non-touristic' parts of Paris, which can be really scary up-close.
Rated 16 Oct 2011
20
41st
"Typical of such compilations, results tend to vary wildly." - Nick Schager
Rated 17 Dec 2011
76
56th
This is an interesting concept for a film. Some of the stories seem complete while others seem unfinished. My favorite story is the one with Oscar Wilde. My least favorite is the one with the mimes. The good and interesting stories out weight the bad ones in this movie.
Rated 12 Feb 2012
90
73rd
wonderful :)
Rated 15 Nov 2015
74
59th
As with any anthology film, it feels very uneven, but the uniformly uplifting message and common overall setting do a lot to help keep it coherent. Even the nature of the stories themselves varies from the mundane to the surreal, which keeps it exciting. The film could have had better transitions between segments and some of the shorts could have had better endings, but what can you do?
Rated 06 Feb 2011
50
27th
Whatever. I don't really care about this anthology gobbley gook. They were all really well done, and all pretty interesting. But I really, really, really, really don't care. This format never works, since it's never satisfying. No matter how well done, only the shallowest ideas come across. Not interesting to me.
Rated 13 Oct 2010
72
49th
Really well-made shorts about the city of love by top directors and many great actors. The individual pieces were mostly enjoyable, I'm not sure if the whole thing hung together - I think fewer longer pieces more intertwined would have been better.
Rated 09 Oct 2010
82
89th
Excellent concept, a collection of short stories in movie form. It's a mixed bag with more hits than misses, and even the less appealing tales are by no means bad. A fine way to kill 2 hours, the time flies by.
Rated 31 Aug 2010
86
84th
Not all of these shorts work, and a few might work on their own but not as part of the whole. Even so, the majority of them not only work but are fantastic at providing snippets of romance and make a fantastic love letter to Paris.
Rated 30 Jun 2010
65
35th
a real hit-or-miss affair
Rated 10 Apr 2010
82
86th
Because I'm too romantic.
Rated 02 Apr 2010
76
68th
"Place des fêtes", "Le Marais" and "Faubourg Saint-Denis" were awesome. Some of other shorts were sweet, I really enjoyed the scene in metro. Some, however, were boring ("Loin du 16e") or weird ("Porte de Choisy", "Quartier de la Madeleine"). Overall, I liked "New York, I love you" more.
Rated 08 Mar 2010
63
69th
A hard one to score, it's enjoyable and bizarrely cohesive to say it's a collection of shorts. Frankly, you will enjoy at least one of these.
Rated 06 Feb 2010
3
68th
Nice collection of short love stories, some great, others not so much. Each segment is something special and being short, they are quite watchable. Other romantic movies could take this film as an example how things should be done in some cases e.g. personally I prefered segment "Quartier de la Madeleine" over any Twilight crap(same idea, changed roles - she's vampire, he's not and much better performed). If were stories somehow connected would be even better. But still it is outstanding.
Rated 11 Sep 2018
80
67th
It could have a better ending.
Rated 27 Mar 2023
8
73rd
By the second short I was saying "Awwuh". Sweet movie.
Rated 05 Aug 2022
80
68th
Eighteen international directors (or directing teams in a couple of cases) tell roughly 5 minute stories about love (loosely interpreted in a couple of cases) each set in a different neighborhood of Paris. Usually these portmanteau films are dragged down by their worst segments (think Francis Ford Coppola's segment of "New York Stories"), but the very brief length of the segments here prevents that from happening.
Rated 10 Jun 2022
50
34th
A couple of the shorts were strong but most of them were merely meh and all were pretty forgettable.
Rated 06 Aug 2021
70
45th
"Sex isn't disgusting unless you make it disgusting."
Rated 18 Nov 2019
85
80th
14eme arondissement :'(
Rated 15 Sep 2019
70
27th
Three great segments: the mimes, Carol the American tourist, and the one with Natalie Portman. Otherwise pretty mundane.
Rated 28 Aug 2019
55
39th
The segments by Payne and Tykwer were my favorites. I also enjoyed those by Cuaron and Berges & Chadra, and those by Schmitz and Salles & Thomas were decent. So basically I liked one third of the eighteen shorts. My least favorite would be the one by Chomet.
Rated 25 Jan 2019
76
67th
The shorts are inconsistent in tone and quality, but as a love-letter to Paris, it succeeds. It's dedication to the city is felt in every frame and is inspiring by the end of the anthology.
Rated 01 Oct 2018
75
51st
75.33.
Rated 25 May 2013
76
52nd
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Rated 28 Sep 2017
78
48th
B
Rated 10 Jan 2017
12
55th
W4E1P2S1V1M1A1R1.
Rated 16 Sep 2016
83
76th
Films like this miss more often than they hit, but here is one that mostly gets it right. When you only have five minutes to tell a story, it seems you rely more on situation and pacing than on characters, dialogue, or plot, but characters, dialogue, and plot can make the difference between interesting and moving. Taken individually, not every short is moving, but most of them contribute to an overall stirring of feelings about (and feelings of) love.
Rated 15 Apr 2016
75
67th
Not a great movie (I think they also did not want to be great) but a good one.. I suggest you watch this one with someone whom you are planning a relationship. You can watch it alone if you are a hopeless romantic too.
Rated 08 Sep 2009
80
74th
I WANT MORE FILMS LIKE THIS PLEASE.
Rated 13 Oct 2015
71
53rd
Some good, some not so good. I'm not a huge fan of this format I must say, but there were some really nice shorts. My favourites were the shorts by Payne, Chomet, Tykwer, Natali and Berges/Chadha. I enjoyed the shorts by Auburtin/Depardieu, La Gravenese, Coixet, Coen, Van Sant and Podalydès. Didn't really like the shorts by Cuarón, Schmitz, Craven, Salles/Thomas, Suwa, Assayas and Doyle. Worth seeing for the shorts by Payne, Chomet, Tykwer and Natali!
Rated 29 Jun 2015
81
57th
A nice little collection of short films, all located in a different neighborhood of Paris. Each one filmed by a different director, so you'll get a wide range of styles. Given that, it's likely to be an average film for many - some segments you'll like, some will fall a little flat. Most of the snippets were entertaining, but none were brilliant enough in their short time to hook me.
Rated 15 Jun 2014
50
27th
Far too mixed of a bag to be good. The film is comprised of many vignettes each by different directors, and while some segments are pretty great, there are an overwhelming number of completely awful sections.
Rated 22 Jul 2013
60
39th
very hit-or-miss
Rated 15 Feb 2008
83
58th
Surprisingly good, there was only 1 short out of the lot that I didn't like. They were all really ranged in their subject matter and tone, which made it extremely easy not to get bored with it. Also, the cast and crew were the best I've ever seen in any compilation film. My favorite short was the final one, done by Alexander Payne (Sideways), it was really touching.
Rated 02 Jan 2009
95
79th
Tres jolie! Especially: Quais de Seine by Gurinder Chadha, Tour Eiffel by Sylvain Chomet, Place des Fetes by Oliver Schmitz, Faubourg Saint-Denis by Tom Tykwer (!!!!)
Rated 30 Dec 2008
65
69th
a few notes, with scores out of 10: Montmatre: 6, quois de seine: 7, Loin du 16: 0, Porte de choisy: what/quoi, Bastille: 9 (gonna watch more from her), Tour eiffel: 1, Madeleine: 7, Faubourge saint-denis: Alanis Morisette could fucking learn something from a fucking blind man fucking Natalie Portman (no score given), 14: 9 ---- I say it's hard to judge shorts in the context of a full film. Worth watching.
Rated 06 Dec 2008
80
92nd
beklemiyordum bunu...
Rated 16 Nov 2008
78
68th
Some quite impressive short films from a variety of directors. Some are great and others aren't so great but none are anything less than decent in quality and the majority are very good to fantastic which certainly makes this a must see. Highly enjoyable film. Though I must note how shocked I was to see Wes Craven on the director's bill, mostly because I find him quite out of his league compared to all the other directors here. To be fair, though, his short was good.
Rated 23 Oct 2008
80
66th
As with most omnibus films, the quality varies, but these are mostly pretty good without any out-and-out stinkers. Far too many are little mini one-acts about a couple in transition, but a few stand out. Ace cinematographer Christopher Doyle's is the best, a really fun flight of fancy with a lot of tricks up its sleeve. Also notable are the submissions by the Coen brothers (I forget sometimes what a joy it is to watch Steve Buscemi) and Vincenzo Natali (a stylish vampire noir-romance).
Rated 29 Jun 2008
2
39th
Ranges from very good (a few), over decent (the majority) to utterly pointless (Van Sant, obviously). Still, the Coen Brothers', Cuarón's and Assayas' entries make it worthwhile.
Rated 31 May 2008
93
96th
Variously thought-provoking, whimsical, devastating, and laugh-out-loud funny, (almost) universally well-acted and (almost) always delightful, this omnibus of vignettes on love was written, directed, and interpreted by a bevy of well-known directors and actors, and is well worth a viewing, Francophile or not.
Rated 26 Apr 2008
40
12th
Often "sweet", but rarely interesting.
Rated 18 Jan 2009
74
72nd
Light beginning; Gus van Sant and Assayas stories were interesting; Coen bros funny; Spanish nurse serious; Doyle too artsy; Coixet sharp; Binoche, Hoskins, Wood, Craven and Portman lame; Nolte predictible; Schmitz catchy; Depardieu and the closing story witty. Well, the ending of the last story was not exactly as witty as the story itself. Anyway. The other stories did not stuck in my mind.
Rated 04 Jan 2008
22
4th
Some say this film is hard to rate. Some say of the 20 shorts, several are good; others aren't so good. What a crock! Quite simply, it is a chore to watch 90 minutes of "Paris, I Love You." Despite it's occassional shimmering moments, there's way too much obtuse crap throughout that 90 minutes. Trailers claim the film will make you fall in love with Paris all over again. I say it will make you realize how pretentous France is over and over again.
Rated 11 Dec 2007
75
45th
This is easily one of the hardest films of all time to rate, because it's not just one film--it's 18 of them. 18 separate directors made 18 separate short films and to have to give one single rating to all of them is a crying shame. Some you'll love, some you won't, but the beauty is that in 6 minutes you'll be seeing a different one and you'll find a wide variety to enlighten and entertain.
Rated 28 Sep 2007
70
76th
I liked it enough. But if they're really making a NY version, each segment is basically going to be like the first five minutes of a Law and Order episode.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
68
53rd
Though the overall quality is very uneven, when segments aren't bad, they're really good. Best segments: those directed by Alexander Payne, Oliver Schmitz, and Walter Salles/Daniela Thomas.
Rated 13 Aug 2007
65
33rd
07
Rated 09 Aug 2007
80
86th
8- highly recommended, great
Rated 24 Jun 2007
90
72nd
It's difficult to rate this film because it is, essentially, a collection of shorts. But each short showcases Paris in a beautiful way, in addition to the people living in it. For me, the best segments were those directed by Alexander Payne, Tom Tykwer, Olivier Assayas and The Coen Brothers.
Rated 11 Apr 2007
78
76th
I like the idea of portraying a city in such different ways. It' s interesting to see all the different styles and views of Paris. Their are some very good segments in this movie. Definitely watch Faubourg Saint-Denis.
Rated 19 Aug 2009
55
27th
I feel about this the way I'd feel about an interesting (but not life-changing) photography exhibit. Interesting, but hit-and-miss (inevitably) and not unified emotionally or intellectually. That's inevitable given the format, mind you.
Rated 14 Jan 2010
80
83rd
From the straight forward to the surreal, bizarre and supernatural and horror themed stories of love, this was quite an impressive group of stories the celebrated different kinds of loves in the world in Paris. The directors and actors are a plethora of who's who in the film industry which make this move of an interesting and unpredictable watch. Loved almost all the segments as I felt as if nothing was wasted in making this film. Good concept that works.
Rated 10 Jan 2010
30
5th
Despite the title, there's not a lot that's French about this movie. And it's not very romantic either, as one might think. So many short stories one right after the other made it seem longer than it was, especially since I only liked 2 or 3 out of the 18.
Rated 07 Jan 2010
89
44th
Nice, but long. It was a lot of fun to see something out of the ordinary though.
Rated 21 Nov 2009
84
79th
Hit and miss. Some easily forgettable shorts but also some really moving ones as well. The misses didn't miss by much and the hits really hit.
Rated 15 Nov 2009
84
83rd
AWESOME: Payne, Schmitz, Van Sant, Chandha, Twyker GREAT: Chomet, Coens, Craven GOOD: Natali, Coixet, Salles NOT BAD: Aubertin & Depardieu, Assayas, Suwa, Cuaron, La Gravenese, Doyle. Great Overall.
Rated 04 Nov 2009
90
93rd
Refreshing
Rated 12 Sep 2009
80
70th
Quality varies, but there are some great pieces in there.
Rated 14 Mar 2007
45
16th
Just a few good segments. Most of the others are crap.
Rated 30 Jan 2010
80
50th
One of the most heartwarming collection of short love stories.Definately worth watching
Rated 01 Jun 2009
86
63rd
Having a conversation with Oscar Wilde who saved the relationchip between 2 lovers. Awesome!! Craven did the best Job but there are a lot of very beautiful storys about Live,Love and everthing in between.
Rated 24 May 2009
50
3rd
Half of the shorts are brilliant and the other half don't even make sense
Rated 12 May 2009
71
46th
An all around good movie with some hit or miss segments, most of which are pretty good.
Rated 02 May 2009
89
87th
A pack of really short storries, and even though i did not like all of them, it was amazing. Every story has its own feeling to express, a different kind of love. Too much "advert for Paris" for me, anyway, still a perfect movie.
Rated 23 Mar 2009
85
74th
Hit or miss, but more often than not, hit.
Rated 09 Mar 2009
85
88th
Made by several competent peoples (actors and directors), the film shows several sides of Paris and love, with a captivating high-quality and sensitivity.
Rated 12 Feb 2009
55
14th
They made poo on love :(
Rated 10 Feb 2009
80
88th
Margo Martindale, you made me love Paris.

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