City Lights

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Without this movie today's life would be much harder. Absolutely perfect.

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One of the greatest film endings of all time.

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flowers and boxing

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City Lights was the first Charlie Chaplin movie I ever watched and it's stunning. One of the most genuinely endearing and heartwarming movies ever released.

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I don't think I've ever seen an actor communicate so much in just one look as Charlie Chaplin does in the final frame of this funny, poignant, unforgettable film.

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This is the 2nd movie I have watched in my goal to see all of Roger Ebert's "Great Movies"!

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I love this movie. It's a comedy right up until the last 2 seconds - then it crushes your heart.

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