God Is Great, and I'm Not (Dieu est grand, je suis toute petite)
God Is Great, and I'm Not (Dieu est grand, je suis toute petite) (2002)

The star of Jean-Pierre Jeunet's 2001 hit Amélie, Audrey Tautou is cast in this romantic comedy as Michèle, a 20-year-old model who has just broken up with her boyfriend and is mired in an identity crisis. Although her life appears to… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: May 11, 2004
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Critic Score: 24% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Silly and superficial, with annoying characters.

Ellen Fox
Chicago Tribune

You could watch a heroine barrel into a messy romance all day, provided that she's a lot less dopey than this, but few of Michele's foibles make us sympathize with her.

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Matt Weitz
Dallas Morning News

Although God Is Great addresses interesting matters of identity and heritage, it's hard to shake the feeling that it was intended to be a different kind of film.

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Jordan Hiller
Bangitout.com

Bailly intends to dissect the fragile psyche of a free spirited non-Jewish fashion model,but for me, the important subject of the film is Francois, a quasi-handsome Jewish veterinarian living in Paris, who has a latent but ongoing identity crisis.

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Colin Covert
Minneapolis Star Tribune

The film is a confusing melange of tones and styles, one moment a romantic trifle and the next a turgid drama.

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Kevin Thomas
Los Angeles Times

This off-putting French romantic comedy is sure to test severely the indulgence of fans of Amélie.

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Jules Brenner
Cinema Signals

There's much to criticize about this somewhat farcical romantic comedy, but the talent, beauty and pixieish whimsy of Audrey Tautou isn't one of them.

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Marta Barber
Miami Herald

The plot grows thin soon, and you find yourself praying for a quick resolution.

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Kate Sullivan
L.A. Weekly

Audrey Tatou has a knack for picking roles that magnify her outrageous charm, and in this literate French comedy, she's as morning-glory exuberant as she was in Amélie.

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Christopher Null
Filmcritic.com

It's barely got enough material for a 24-minute episode of Friends, let alone enough juice to solve the mysteries of the universe.

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Flixster Audience Score: 37% Flixster User Reviews
Spencer S.
I had high hopes for this, as every Audrey Tatou film I have ever seen has been especially cute and quirky, but I still don't know what to make of this… More
Leigh Ryan
What a freakin' odd relationship the leads have.... crazy.
Curtis Lilly
Well, watching this many french Audrey Tautou movies was bound to lead me to a bad one. Totally lame movie about a girl who tries to be Jewish to be with some… More