Drama • PG-13 • 1992 • 2 hr 23 min
The movie starts a bit boring but then it's so good they did an amazing job recreating chaplin's life, amazing job from RDJ
Beauitful portrayal of one of the most legendary comics of all time
Robert Downey Jr did a surprisingly brilliant job as Charlie Chaplin
Very good performance of RDJ. Love the movie
A beautiful story about the hardships of celebration and idolization, featuring RDJ in what may be his best role. An icon playing an icon.
Definitely one of the best bio films about one of the best actors in history
Unbelievable performance with a well directed insight into the life of a legend.
This is a beautiful and well executed biopic. Robert Downey Jr is fantastic, and it felt like true Charlie Chaplin. Very good.
Great acting and bringing Chaplin back to life.
Robert Downey Jr's best role besides Tony Stark. Huge respect for taking on one of the greatest silent film masters.
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