I was going to see the movie Amelia today until I read this review in the New York Times:
The actors don’t make a persuasive fit, despite all their long stares and infernal smiling. (The movie is a more effective testament to the triumphs of American dentistry than to Earhart or aviation.) It’s hard to imagine anyone, other than satirists, doing anything with the puerile, sometimes risible dialogue. The screenwriters, Ron Bass and Anna Hamilton Phelan, give Earhart a voice-over even as they forget her voice.
“Amelia” is rated PG (Parental guidance suggested). She smokes, she flies and most likely dies.