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Rated PG for some sensuality, language, thematic elements and smoking.

PG In Theaters 10/23/2009 , 120min.
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April 10, 2011
I think the critics did too much contract and comparison and missed the point on this powerful movie. My opinion is that Hillary did a magnificient job on this flick. The story line could have been a bit more creative with the ending. Those of us that were born during the 2nd WW recall lots of theories. Lindberg and Erhart were household names (eventhough she was missing and presumed dead).
January 16, 2011
Write your review here.By far the best film I've ever seen. True to form, and the film left us all wondering where Amelia really ended up... A question that has echoed through the ages. Hilary Swank I believe was fantastic in this film.. I couldn't get enough of her and the way she carried herself, made me believe she was Amelia
November 27, 2009
Very boring movie - one note. Too many shots of HIlary Swank - not interesting enough to carry the movie. Slow ... boring... a disappointment. Tivo it instead.
November 26, 2009
Okay for someone who isn't interested in a story based on facts. Great photography and interesting costumes from that period. Too bad this piece of fluff didn't try to portray a more accurate story of a truly great woman flyer.
November 22, 2009
A disappointing film, too many unanswered question, too slow, and did not beleive the realionship with Earhart (Swank) and Thurman (Gere)

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
So a pioneering feminist in the hands of a feminist filmmaker should have been a perfect match. But like her subject, the filmmaker gets lost in the clouds. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Amelia goes airborne but never fully soars. Full Review
Dana Stevens
It's enough to make you wish someone would make a movie about her. Full Review
James Berardinelli
This movie was made to be shown to junior high history classes, not audiences in a movie theater. Full Review
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
Amelia Earhart is still missing. Full Review

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