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Classic Murnau German expressionism on a great digital remastering with the music. In German it is called" the last man. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Seymour
Emile Jannings is an awesome actor. He can do spoken parts a he did as the professor in The Blue Angel with Marlene Dietrich and he can do silent roles as he did in The Last Laugh. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Frances T. Nowve
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 9 months ago by Trancelucence
The lifestyles and characters shown are more interesting than the plot. worth the time.Published 10 months ago by Old Tom
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 13 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 14 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 15 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 17 months ago by P. Muncie