Modern Times

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Ryan

The third of Charlie Chaplin's big three silent classics as his Little Tramp character (the other two being the 1925 version of The Gold Rush and City Lights) and it's stunner just like the other two and full some great, still relevant social and political commentary and like The Gold Rush, ...Read more

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James

I love these Chaplin movies. His cafe song and dance was perfection.

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david

Simplemente GENIAL!

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Derek

Modern Times is the best movie.

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russ

Such a classic, you can see so many scenes taken from here used in later movies. The man is a physical-comedy genius!

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Stunning!

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Tom

I watched modern times whilst on the treadmill at the gym... hilarious was running in time to Chaplin working on the production line! So funny and such a timeless classic

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