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Charlie Chaplin Modern Times

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Little Tramp is finding it difficult to match his own sensibilities to the modern mechanized world. Failing as a worker on a factory assembly line, he gets into a series of adventures and misadventures, which leads him to meet and befriend an orphan girl. Both together and apart, they try to contend with the difficulties of modern life, with the Tramp working as a waiter and eventually a performer.
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Q Network Film Desk
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November 20, 2010

the fact that it is one of Chaplin's great masterpieces is testament to both his artistic resilience in the face of industry change and the enduring power of great silent comedy.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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June 17, 2011

Chaplin's hilarious comedy still is one of the most poignant critiques of modernization and mechanization of mass production.
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Variety
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June 26, 2007

The picture is grand fun and sound entertainment, though silent. It's the old Chaplin at his best, looking at his best -- young, pathetic and a very funny guy.
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Times-Picayune

November 18, 2010

Modern Times magically reaches forward through the decades, resonating loudly for these difficult modern times.
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Chicago Reader
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June 26, 2007

It's the coldest of [Chaplin's] major features, though no less brilliant for it.
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The Nation
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January 18, 2013

The film as a whole means no more than Charlie Chaplin means. Nobody has ever been able to say what that is, but by the present showing it is something quite timeless and priceless, and more human than the best of alien words lugged in for definition.
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TIME Magazine
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April 27, 2009

It is a gay, impudent and sentimental pantomimic comedy in which even the anachronisms are often as becoming as Charlie Chaplin's cane.
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Common Sense Media

December 26, 2010

Families will cherish Chaplin's silent slapstick.
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Chicago Reader
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June 26, 2007

The opening sequence in Chaplin's second Depression masterpiece, of the Tramp on the assembly line, is possibly his greatest slapstick encounter with the 20th century.
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

November 26, 2010

Perhaps the highlight of Chaplin's late career
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Chicago Sun-Times
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April 01, 2008

One of the many remarkable things about Charlie Chaplin is that his films continue to hold up, to attract and delight audiences.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

Chaplin's political and philosophical naivety now seems as remarkable as his gift for pantomime.
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