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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Iulian's rating of the film City Lights

  2. CinephilePhil's rating of the film City Lights

    City Lights was my first Chaplin film I ever saw, and also my first silent I ever saw, and I loved it! I would recommend it to anyone who hasn't seen a silent film.

  3. Master's rating of the film City Lights

    The pauper can't get the girl.

  4. erikdylansr's rating of the film City Lights

    'City Lights' is Chaplin at his best. Funny, heartbreaking and at the end, feel good.

  5. Malibu Mike Murphy's rating of the film City Lights

  6. Cara's rating of the film City Lights

    what a beautiful ending

  7. Hans-Tore's rating of the film City Lights

    I have never seen a silent film before, but I wanted to see one. And then I got the chance to see Charlie Chaplins City Lights. City Lights is one of my new favorites! I was entertained the whole time. The acting was great, the direction was great, the story was great, the script was great, everything was great! And that ending is one of the most emotional endings I have ever seen. Great movie! 10/10!

  8. Marco B.'s rating of the film City Lights

  9. inkedblues's rating of the film City Lights

    Say, I didn't know the tramp played on both teams, if ya know what I mean

  10. F&A's rating of the film City Lights

    Pure genious! This sentimental roller coaster of a movie will make you laugh your guts out and cry with bitter tears. Simple, direct and honest Chaplin hits a sensitive cord in every one of us.

  11. Graveyard Poet's rating of the film City Lights

    Chaplin's masterpiece (alongside Modern Times) and one of my five favorite Chaplin films. His most heartfelt, romantic film with the incredibly poignant ending between the Tramp and the flower girl.

  12. Genre films > French New Wave's rating of the film City Lights

    Incredibly overrated. Chaplin may be a great performer but he's a passable director and not very gifted as a writer. A lot of the sequences went on for too long (the boxing scene) and some were repetitive (how many damn party scenes does there need to be). Some great comedic scenes (the falling in the water bit is the best part of the movie) but nothing outrageously funny.

  13. Saray Benítez's rating of the film City Lights

  14. Nicolò Musiani's rating of the film City Lights

    Reminds me of the quote from The Dreamers

  15. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film City Lights

    Chaplin perfected this film so much that it is hard to find anything wrong as it will tower among the greatest silent film comedies ever made. The supporting characters are also memorable and very enjoyable - especially the drunk millionaire friend who turns spiteful and forgetful when he gets sober.

  16. lesminho's rating of the film City Lights

  17. Andrea Greco's rating of the film City Lights

    ★★★Movie you need to see

  18. Duarte Ferreira's rating of the film City Lights

    Nothing but literal perfection. That's the review.

  19. Ervirdi's rating of the film City Lights

  20. angeldromero's rating of the film City Lights

    Not a single dull moment. The boxing scene is insanely hilarious and the emotional climax is one of the most remarkably moving of its kind in cinema's history.

  21. sklavenmoral's rating of the film City Lights

    Sigmund Freud as a doctor 4+

  22. ceknklsn's rating of the film City Lights

    70/100 (Abd yapımı 1965 öncesi toplam 10 tane filan doğal ve gerçekçi film var. Maalesef. Geri kalan hepsi Hollywood'un itelemesi. Bu filmi de 5 sene önce filan izleyip çok etkilenmiştim. Çok fazla mantıklı düşünemiyordum. Dün tekrar izledim. Hata yaptığımı anladım. Sırf ilkleri yaşattığı için ve son sahnesi için 70. O adamın sarhoşken farklı, normalken farklı davranması gibi bir saçmalık olan film için fazla puan.)

  23. Semaj Rose's rating of the film City Lights

    The least humorous of all of Chaplain's film's but also his most tender and emotional. This is a sweet romance with a lot to say about the nature of poverty that still has relevance today. It drags in spots, and can get a bit too pushy with it's message, but overall it's quite enjoyable. The notoriously perfectionist director hammered out every kink until he created a flawlessly shot, flawlessly acted picture.

  24. Jonathan Kelsall's rating of the film City Lights

    Wow, my first Chaplin film! The final gasp of the silent film age it's a good thing that without even title cards needed you can show this to anyone on the planet with no need to worry about what language they speak. What impresses me is how Chaplin can take a gag and then just keeping working with it over and over from different angles. But the final scene essentially shows the tramp in comedy and poetry form.

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