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I definitely recommend it to all those Chaplin fans out there.
Verdoux at the end is a man who has given up all hope, and he seems to mock his own fate and character while unmercifully unveiling his anger at the world.
I have the BD release of 'Limelight' as well and the detail is just as abundant) On a merely technical level, Chaplin was peerless in his film making.
I haven't purchased this movie from Amazon as of yet BUT I have recorded it via On Demand by Comcast Xfinity. I absolutely love this movie! Read morePublished 2 months ago by MizzKittie
Story goes that Orson Welles originally planned on directing Charlie Chaplin in this film, eyeing the famed silent film star as the perfect fit for the title character. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Andrew Ellington
It is the greatest film of Chaplin, one in which he does not play a character who will at once win the sympathies of his audience. Just the contrary. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Arun Khopkar
I think film's finest critic is the late James Agee, because of the quality of his prose, the intensity of his intelligent searching for meaning, his mental and emotional... Read morePublished 7 months ago by dean59
This is a different approach for Chaplin and is not as well known or popular as his other major movies. However, it is still funny and satirical.Published 9 months ago by Rodamu
Chaplin's films might have been the catalyst that got me so interested in film history, and, to me, "Monsieur Verdoux" (along with his other talkie "The Great... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Leslie Karen Rigsbey
I was intrigued with this movie when I saw it on TCM. I purchased this for my son who is also a classic movie enthusiast. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ex Libre
2013 sees the Criterion Collection release Charlie Chaplin‘s Monsieur Verodux (1947). With this film, Chaplin’s sentimental Tramp was unquestionably dead, and in its place was an... Read morePublished 12 months ago by THE BLUEMAHLER