City Lights

City Lights

City Lights is the first silent film that Charlie Chaplin directed after he established himself with sound accompanied films. The film is about a penniless man who falls in love with a flower girl. The film was a great success and today is deemed a cult classic.

A tramp falls in love with a beautiful blind girl. Her family is in financial trouble. The tramp's on-and-off friendship with a wealthy man allows him to be the girl's benefactor and suitor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Zach M (de) wrote: A creative Barbie where she plays a princess who reads a book and goes through a special door in a tree.Lessons get taught and people end up happy.

Mitch T (jp) wrote: I stumbled upon this gem thanks to Netflix's recommendation system. It should become a classic, and is certainly better than anything else I've seen in the last year.Two Kurdish refugees seeking asylum in Britain seek refuge at a church when the government refuses them due to red tape. The film is as much about the priest that offers them assistance, and about religion in general, as it is about the Kurds themselves. It appears that the film is based on a real situation. If that's true, it makes this an even more impressive achievement.

Liam M (es) wrote: 8.6/10Wreck-It Ralph is heartwarming movie of a video-game character who doesn't want to be a villain anymore. I thought this was all the movie was about. I was wrong. Besides from making me laugh, Wreck-It Ralph had a deep story and was a great addition to the Disney family. The voice acting is incredible and the whole movie is excellent. Wreck-It Ralph is one of the must-see movies of 2012.

John M (de) wrote: [Rec] 2 Es Asombrosa, la increble ambientacin y la perspectiva en primera persona la hacen mas terrorfica, eso si, esta segunda parte tiene mas accin que horror pero sigue siendo una increble secuela

Gabriel C (au) wrote: Epic Movie gives audiences exactly what you would expect from a Friedberg/Seltzer film, including but not limited to lazy pop culture gags, scatological humor, offensive sterotypes, mean-spirited characters and horrible acting.

Brent M (ag) wrote: Another of a zombie marathon with Neil. Surprisingly good movie. Acting was of course cheesy, but in that good way you want with a bad zombie movie. Decent zombies and fight scenes. Not your usual wuzzy zombies, fast and strong and even a few with ceiling climbing abilities. Oh an its not that todd bridges from Different Strokes.

Mike W (nl) wrote: Cute. A story about how everything feels with your first crush.

Piero C (fr) wrote: Very good, great brazilian portrait! Beautiful set, Rio...

Kollin C (au) wrote: Seagal's best film, Tommy Lee Jones and Gary Busey play great lead villains and Seagal is not bad either. All around, a fun action movie.

Dave M (jp) wrote: Loved this as a kid and still have the original release on VHS. Silly and juvenille at times but Richard Kier is great as Capt Howdy. "What difference does it make?" Think this can answer just about any question.

Daniel K (fr) wrote: 2: This one just didn't work for me and not just because of Loren. I just wasn't terribly engaged in the story. The fractured timeline and plot seemed a little hackneyed to me as well. Many directors working today seem to have gotten this trick down, which just makes this earlier attempt that much more abrasive.

David S (ru) wrote: Twixt is a miserable failure in all contexts possible. Coppola has created this poor excuse of a film with no effort, story, or motivation. There are no horror elements to this horror film, and the mystery and drama it does center on provide little to get excited about. Val Kilmer isn't trying at all here, and every actor feels out of place and forced. Twixt seems like a movie made to go straight to day-time television. A shame on all the talent wasted here.