Scott Hardie | January 4, 2002
I can see only one movie today, and it's my last chance to see either. I'm torn between "Amelie," a sweet and well-reviewed French comedy, and "Monsters Inc.," the animated children's film from Pixar. I don't know which one I want to see more. I liked all three Pixar films prior to this and I'm virtually guaranteed to like Monsters Inc., whereas with Amelie there's a possibility that I'll love it and a possibility that I won't. Monsters Inc. is playing at a theater that I've attended, while Amelie's theater is in a part of town that I've never entered. Amelie is longer and will take up more of my afternoon. There's a matinee price for Monsters Inc. Hmmm. What would you see?


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