Comedy • G • 1931 • 1 hr 27 min
A beautiful love story with more comedy then modern romance films, it has more to say then films with words in it. Truly a funny masterpiece
Classic. May be the best silent movie ever
Peak silent cinema, if you want a good introduction to the genre, start here
A classic comedy movie that focuses a little too much on the comedy.
In a time where silent films where fading from the limelight, Charlie Chaplin delivers a classic. Essential viewing for any film lover
One of funniest movies even for a 90+ year old movie
One of the best of the silent-film era. If you’re a sucker for romantic comedies - you’ll be into this. Played for laughs a bit too much.
One of the finest movies ever made with a sublime balance of humor and tenderness.
The best Chaplin film. Hilarious and emotionally rich.
Sweet in the way only Chaplin's films can be. Funny and heartbreaking
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