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Jean Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro

Jan Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro should make more movies. They are just the kind of movies I love.

Everything is fine tuned to perfection, he casts fantastic actors and the colours... the music.. the stories..

I'm just after watching Micmacs by Jean Pierre Jeunet and it automatically went on the list of my absolute favourites (and took a rather high spot) along with La cité des enfants perdus (directed with Marc Caro) and Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain. Out of all movies that he directed I only didn't like Un long dimanche de fiançailles, but it was only the story I didn't like much, with all the rest (shots, colours, music and cast, as mentioned before) spotless.

There are a few of his movies that I haven't yet seen, but I vow to fix this as soon as possible... Still, Jean Pierre Jeunet only made eleven movies that I know of and Marc Caro made twelve of which four they did together. That leaves me only with nineteen movies, of which I saw five so just not enough of pleasure.

I swear people with talent like they have should exercise it much more frequently and they should work more and harder and produce, produce, produce. Otherwise what will I watch? There's only so many times one can watch Amelie.