An American in Paris
American World War II veteran Jerry Mulligan, his friend and neighbor Adam Cook and French singer Henri Baurel struggle to find work in Paris. However, things become more complicated when two of them fall in love with the same woman, wealthy Milo Roberts.
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Witney Seibold Nerdist
February 22, 2015 It's hard not to be charmed by Gene Kelly's featherweight smiles and amazing dancing. But the film as a whole is -- and let no one contradict me on this -- a complete trifle.Read in Source
Philip French Observer (UK)
October 30, 2011 The Gershwin songs are magnificent, and the climactic ballet a tour de force that won the great Hungarian-born cameraman John Alton an Oscar.Read in Source
Tom Huddleston Time Out
February 22, 2015 Imperfect, then, but intermittently awe-inspiring.Read in Source
Tim Brayton Antagony & Ecstasy
December 06, 2016 The first three-quarters might be at best B-tier Freed Unit filmmaking, but those last 18 minutes are as precious as anything produced by studio-era Hollywood.Read in Source
Don Druker Chicago Reader
December 12, 2006 While not nearly the musical it's cracked up to be, this 1951 film is absolutely required viewing for anyone who wants to see the studio system (MGM style) at its gaudiest, most Byzantine height.Read in Source
Tony Sloman Radio Times
February 03, 2014 It still looks pretty good today, with marvellous Technicolored design, athletic dancing from Kelly and a superb Gershwin score, but some sequences have dated.Read in Source
James Berardinelli ReelViews
January 25, 2011 Gene Kelly remains one of the best and brightest of the Golden Era musical stars and An American in Paris shows him in fine form.Read in Source
Kate Cameron New York Daily News
February 22, 2015 Inspired by the late George Gershwin's impressionistic musical suite of the same name, the picture is one of the finest musicals Hollywood has ever produced.Read in Source
Variety Staff Variety
February 19, 2008 One of the most imaginative musical confections turned out by Hollywood in years.Read in Source
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