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Had the movie ended with the depression, it would probably be one of the great works of film.
"The Last Laugh" is a tale about an older man who is proud of his position as doorman at a prominent German hotel.
This beautiful brilliant film is ample proof of why F.W. Murnau was one of the finest directors of the silent era.
I actually WAS a film major way back when (once talked with Frank Capra about making Lost Horizon!), and I love silent films, but I found this PAINFUL to watch. Read morePublished 3 months ago by trancelucence
The lifestyles and characters shown are more interesting than the plot. worth the time.Published 4 months ago by Thomas W. Farley
Beautifully tragic! I would have almost preferred it without the "happy ending" tacked on the end, but it was quite comical and didn't take away from the rest of the film. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jacqueline Clowney
Absolutely one of the greatest masterpieces of the 1920s. The height of silent filmmaking. Murnau's visual storytelling is absolutely flawless.Published 8 months ago by Captain Critical
Its good to see a movie with a story to it and I especially liked the acting and the ending.
I might watch it again..
Once again Murnau pushes film technique to be a psychological medium as well as visual. The simple story of a proud, hard working but over-the-hill hotel employee's degradation is... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Eric Trenkamp
A truly great movie, with Emil Jannings (The Blue Angel) at his best. Even the tacked-on happy ending cannot take away from its greatness.Published 11 months ago by P. Muncie
The Last Laugh is one the original classic movies, It combines naturalism, with the lead performance of Emil Jannings and expressionism with the startling direction of F.W. Read morePublished 11 months ago by James Clifton
I was tired of browsing video's and thought- why not try this one out. Didn't realize it was 'Silent'. But it had enough going on to hold my attention. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Nate the Skate