The Great Dictator
Comedy • NR • 1940 • 2 hr 5 min
Surprisingly funny, makes the rest of Chaplin's dull in comparison. Also has a nice heartfelt message that is and will remain ever relevant.
A smart comedy film that still holds up today. With all the antisemitism nowadays, this made me feel a little better in such a dark world.
A good old satire that still holds weight today. It’s still funny too. Gotta love that Chaplin guy.
Pro socialistic commentary excluded, every chaplain movie is worth a watch and this one is no exception to that rule.
Possibly Charlie Chaplin’s best movie. Like, by a landslide.
The first film where Chaplin uses his voice is amazing, he made a parody on a tyrant during WW2 and made it funny with amazing meaning.
Even though it's a comedy in many ways the things that are seen and discussed are truly heart breaking to see, Charlie Chaplin best role.
This is such a creative concept for a movie. Chaplin is hilarious and you will have a great time watching this
Without this I'm not sure if the allies could have won WW2! It's strange how ever since this era, winning a war means less to the world now!
A brilliantly comedic and entertaining political commentary on the Nazi Regime.
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