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Modern Times
Drama, Romance, Comedy
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Charles Chaplin
Paulette Goddard as A Gamin
Henry Bergman as Cafe Proprietor
Tiny Sandford as Big Bill
Hank Mann as Burglar
Stanley Blystone as Gamin's Father
Al Ernest Garcia as President of the Electro Steel Corp.
Richard Alexander as Prison Cellmate (as Dick Alexander)
Cecil Reynolds as Minister
Mira McKinney as Minister's Wife (as Myra McKinney)
Murdock MacQuarrie as J. Widdecombe Billows
Wilfred Lucas as Juvenile Officer
Edward LeSaint as Sheriff Couler
Storyline: Chaplins last 'silent' film, filled with sound effects, was made when everyone else was making talkies. Charlie turns against modern society, the machine age, (The use of sound in films ?) and progress. Firstly we see him frantically trying to keep up with a production line, tightening bolts. He is selected for an experiment with an automatic feeding machine, but various mishaps leads his boss to believe he has gone mad, and Charlie is sent to a mental hospital... When he gets out, he is mistaken for a communist while waving a red flag, sent to jail, foils a jailbreak, and is let out again. We follow Charlie through many more escapades before the film is out.
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cheer-up with Chaplin
in what so ever mood you are, watching Chaplin will make you happy with laughter, great actor, great performer, important film for every child, adult or any old person. and almost 80 years of ruling the hearts of people with performance, humor, acting, innocence.

things will come out good if motive is truly to make people happy and smiling, and to make people forget their sad moments of life.

superb comedy with great message funny sweet and awesome film
Chaplin's masterpiece
This is absolutely the finest film Charlie Chaplin ever made-which, considering the overall quality of his work, says a great deal for the quality of the film. Genius is a much over-used word, but in Chaplin's case, it's use is apt. This is one of the classics of cinema and one of the greatest films ever made! The scenes in the factory are hilarious. You have got to see this film! Most joyously, totally and highly RECOMMENDED!!!!!
My favorite Chaplin...
As my title states, this is my favorite Chaplin film. Not that I have a ton to draw from, but still the one I've enjoyed the most.

Watching him dance was quite a treat. He can sing, too. Very talented guy, this Chaplin.

If you are curious about his films, start here. It's no surprise that this is his highest rated film on this site.
Deifying Modern Times As The King Of Classic Comedy Was True
Splendid.. The second's of Chaplin's best. A Modern Times, where it's beauty will be remembered in our next generation. No matter any new movies appear later, Modern Times have It's self-perpetuating charisma to stand still as a beautifully-written classic. All the universality exist in this black and white moving picture. You can watch it anytime, anywhere, and with anybody without any age range.

From incredible lead performance, where it's script was unspoken. With a mind-blowing writing about politic, hard-work, and sacrifice, no other comedies could stand any chance to compete to Modern Times. They will be discretely forgotten rather than Modern Times which always haunt the audience's mind for a longgg time.. With a remarkable cinematic ending, no one dare to disgust. Worshiping Chaplin as a beyond is very very easy.. Because all of His creation is just... All Masterpieces..
A fabulous movie
Modern Times- Now, this movie is the first Chaplin flick I've seen

yet, and it was very funny. Charlie Chaplin keeps the pace and light

speed, has you laughing around every corner, and even makes

you feel for some of these charecters, though they aren't very well

developed. Chaplin skipped all the rules of cinema with this film,

including plot and well developed charecters and personalities.

But he pays it off while writing, producing, directing, and starring in

this near silent film about a man who works in a factory but

encounters many problems including unemployment, love, jail,

and all that jazz.

The comedy in this film can be enjoyed by just about everyone,

young and old. The film is a landmark in cinema in that it has

beautiful music, very witty and funny writing, and a likeable lead

charecter. It's hard not to enjoy this film, especially if you are into

slapstick, endless sight gags, and general excitement, no matter

what is happening. I strongly recommend this film to viewers

young and old, and hope that you will take the time to watch this

short and sweet Chaplin film. 9/10
A deep masterpiece with great sense of humor
This classic film is a masterpiece of the genius called Charlie Chaplin.A true piece of art with great acting and humor (as always ). Chaplin's vision was beyond his time and he clearly show us in his film how machines will turn humans to useless beings who can't even eat by themselves. In a scene, especially we see Chaplin inside a machine.That's something that I find pretty accurate with how we all are so addicted to smartphones etc . I totally recommend everyone to watch it .You will enjoy it
**MY** #2 Top Movie of All Time
The opening credits show that Charlie Chaplin was more than just a funny little actor. He wrote and directed this film. He composed the musical score. He even holds the copyright.

Brilliant satirical look at industrialized society.

Currently, this film ranks #6 on Rotten Tomatoes' "Top 100 Movies of All Time". I've watched every film from #1 to #6. The Wizard of Oz, especially the colorized version, deserves its #1 position. However, I don't understand why "Modern Times" isn't #2. Although I dutifully finished "The Third Man", "Citizen Kane", "All About Eve", and "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari", the experiences pained me, and I looked forward to "The End". Not with "Modern Times"--what a pleasure to behold!

Interesting notes

* Charlie Chaplin gets high on cocaine during the film

* The film includes both audio dialog and intertitles

* The ending is inconclusive at best, maybe even pessimistic
From opening to closing shots, this is another of Chaplin's masterpieces
A put-upon little man tries to make it in an increasingly manic and confusing world and always seems to fall victim to circumstance, but he meets his soulmate in a poor girl of the streets and together they team up to take on what may come.

Chaplin's final silent film and the final film in which he plays his iconic "Little Tramp" character is not only consistently hilarious, but is a perfect commentary on the struggles of the common man during the Depression. He plays one of the hordes who slave away for low wages while the upper classes while away in their idleness.

Charlie is at his best here and the film contains many memorable scenes, including his being caught in the giant machinery of a factory, his inadvertent leading of a protest march which lands him in jail, his blindfolded excursion on roller skates, his delightful song in the cafe and the memorable final scene as he saunters arm-in-arm down the road and into the sunset with his wonderful costar, Paulette Goddard, as the picture fades out. The have nothing but hope - and each other.

The film is brilliantly performed by Chaplin and the supporting cast, masterfully directed and superbly shot and edited. Even though the film is largely silent, save for sound effects and a few snippets of dialogue, there are few title cards. This is because the film is so expertly acted and directed they are not necessary. The story can be easily followed with only the bare minimum of titles.

Everyone has their own favorite Chaplin film (mine is "City Lights"), but this ranks with the best of his work. It is a masterpiece of cinema.
Tramp against the industrial revolution
The Tramp must face up against the industrial revolution in this Charlie Chaplin film that marks his first foray into political commentary. The film was made to comment on the Great Depression and the effect automation and industry had in making it happen. At least according to Chaplin himself.

Beyond that the film is your typical Charlie Chaplin film. The Tramp is introduced, the Tramp faces difficulties, physical comedy segments, the Tramp meets a girl, the Tramp does something funny to impress the girl, difficulties, physical comedy, and it all ends in a funny, bittersweet yet uplifting way. If you've seen Chaplin's other films, you've seen this for the most part.

That being said, the sets in this one are some of the best I've seen. Modern Times has some of the most iconic comedy scenes in cinema history for a reason. I also really like the heroine played by Paulette Goddard. A girl of spunk, character and resources, who takes care of the Tramp more than he takes care of her, which is a refreshing turnabout. Especially for a film this old.

Modern Times is a fine film. Personally I do find it a bit too segmented to be a great film, and Chaplin's style of humour has never been my forte. But it's a fine film, no doubt about it.
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