Brilliant piece of cinema from the silent era.
Holds up surprisingly well, great stunts, really rather amusing.
Holds up really well, not only for the building climb at the end but the fantastic physical comedy all the way through.
Funny idea that actually stayed fresh longer than I thought it would. Lloyd was fun and smart. Nice camera tricks.
A fun and quirky window into another era of TV and comedy.
Up there with the giants of the era like Keaton and Chaplin. I can’t imagine any one, of any age, not having a good time watching this.
Watch Hugo and you’ll see a little tribute to this famous clock scene
Brilliant comedy with incredible stunt work, especially since Lloyd was actually scared of heights. You wouldn't think it
A classic film with timeless scenes, this is a movie that everyone can enjoy.
Well haven't seen this since I was a kid, but always enjoyed these short films with him or Keaton, I much more than Chaplin, so classic!👌
For its age the special effects are fantastic.
It’s for you if you like silent comedies. I personally do not.
Lives and dies on whether or not you think it’s funny, and I just can’t get there.
A classic silent movie with some super iconic scenes
Almost 100 years later and retail hasn't changed a bit.
Stuntman work is brilliant and still enjoyable. 8/10
Unfortunate stereotyping aside, silent comedy from comedy legend Harold Lloyd features one of the most iconic scenes in film. Still holds up
El icónico clímax en lo alto del edificio y el reloj, es genial! Lloyd transmite mucho con su rostro y su comedia física es muy buena.
The individual gags went a little long for me and I didn't find it as funny as a Chapplin comedy, but it is still holds up.
A true classic that doesn't age, truly amazing!