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Is 'Amelia' Ready for Takeoff?new

Sticking to the period of the middle 1930s during which she became a celebrity, Mira Nair's film doesn't have much to add to the Earhart lore, but by necessity of movie convention does have much to subtract from the actual life.
C-Ville Weekly  |  Jonathan Kiefer  |  10-28-2009  |  Reviews

'Amelia' is a Handsome, Dull and Utterly Banal Earhart Biographynew

Mira Nair's film is old-school Hollywood in that musty, detached way that impresses no one and ultimately does a disservice to the person it so dutifully strains to deify.
Metro Times  |  Jeff Meyers  |  10-27-2009  |  Reviews

Hilary Swank Talks About Mastering Amelia Earhart's Walk and Talknew

"You may think you know how it ends," Swank says about Amelia, "but you have to see it to see if it ends the way you think it does, because there are a lot of theories about it."
Artvoice  |  M. Faust  |  10-23-2009  |  Profiles & Interviews

Amelia Contemplates Its Accidental Adult Contempo Existencenew

However Amelia's Napster designation may read, the band's music has never been what you'd call "easy listening."
Willamette Week  |  Jay Horton  |  04-16-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

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