No. The French Revolution of 1789 was a middle-class rebellion against the privileges of the aristocracy and the clergy. It was never intended to produce a democratic form of government and, in that sense, was nothing like the American Revolution of 1776.
Almost immediately after 1789, the French Revolution became a scramble for power between groups of middle-class politicians and professionals. By 1793, another revolution was required to oust the Jacobins who had simply become a dictatorial group. But then in 1799, Bonaparte organised an army coup and France became a military dictatorship; complete with secret police, institutionalised torture, assassinations and forced exile.