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Anonymous picture

This was an interesting movie. I never thought I would enjoy silent films, but I enjoyed this one.

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This movie is AMAZING. So interesting, enthralling, engaging, Metropolis is the origin of what we know as sci-fi -- while still being deeply relevant today.

Shawn avatar

I love C-3PO in this.

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This is an absolutely STUNNING classic. That something like this could be made 90 years ago, accurately depicting end-stage capitalism - incredible.

Anonymous picture

Interesting. The setup is textbook Marxism. but...plot twist...the Marxist plan leads to disaster.
Instead, they need a savior.

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Maria has MASSIVE hands!

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This movie didn't really interest me, I nodded off a couple of times

Chase avatar

Yes, Metropolis is considered one of the greatest films of all time, and, yes, Fritz Lang is considered one of the greatest auteurs of all time. Still, I don't think Metropolis (or Nosferatu, for that matter) garner enough popular adoration. This film is sincerely enthralling even considering ...Read more

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The workers' plight is the logical (hyperbolic) extension of capitalism.

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One of Fritz Lang's many masterpieces. This film is a stunning achievement and a must see on the big screen, if you get the chance. At last, we have a complete or near complete version of METROPOLIS.

Zanin avatar

Interesting. Got to say, the ending almost got my tears.

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Liked the music, the acting, the representation of the workers life.

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