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Modern Times (1936)

“Buck up – never say die. We’ll get along!” I asserted in  a recent review that I preferred the work of Buster Keaton over Chaplin. I consider both men incredibly talented, visionary artists whose contributions to cinema are immense in nature, but … Continue reading

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City Lights (1931)

“Tomorrow the birds will sing.” The silent film was on decline in 1931 as studios gave way to the era of talkies. These new movies were far more popular than the silent film because, well, they weren’t silent. However, one … Continue reading

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