This is what I love Chaplin's ending... No explanations and whatsoever after the characters met, if it ends it ends...
I wish I could give this six stars. Five just isn't enough.
Mon film préféré de Chaplin. <3
Another touching film and performance from Chaplin,the genius. In 'City Lights' he is even more versatile, with romantic added to his other traits.
Charming film with Chaplin, certainly lesser known, but nonetheless brilliant!
Rewatching Chaplin film by film. I still laugh harder at his films than any modern comedy. I.E. the scene where he's drunkenly eating pasta but accidentally begins to eat the identical looking confetti which has fallen on his plate. The entire dining sequence is hilarious. As is the boxing match. Chaplin is not just a master of physical comedy, but somehow, he became and remains an archetype for all things human.
The final scene gets to me every single time.
One of (if not) the best from Chaplin. Splendid!
''This Is My Favorite Charlie Chaplin Film.''
Epic. One of the best endings in the entire cinematic history.
Drunk Chaplin is the best.
Seriously, I need to learn appreciate silent movies...
The sound era was well underway when Chaplin made this amazing capstone to his silent film career. Chaplin flawlessly executes a funny, tender, charming romance combining classic "fish out of water" and "mistaken identity" elements in original ways.
The first Chaplin film I watched and definitely my favourite. Years after the introduction of "talking films" it still managed to blow away audiences.
The last scene makes me tear up its so good.
Probably one of my favorite films of all time. Chaplin just knew where to put that camera and how to train his actors.
Perfect balance of comedy and romance plus adventure.
Charlie Chaplin's last true silent film (1936's MODERN TIMES had sound, but not dialogue) is one of his greatest works. As his iconic Tramp character, Chaplin meets a blind flower girl, who mistakes him for a millionaire. Head over heels in love, he sets out to raise the money for an eye surgery that could cure her blindness. A classic romance, w/Chaplin's trademark gentle humor.
this is Charlie Chaplin at his finest, with such a powerful and heartbreaking ending.
Greatest film of all time
I cried...damn you Charlie Chaplin!!!! --- you genius bastard!!!!
The charm of Chaplin at its pinnacle and with quite possibly the greatest ending in cinematic history.
to say that I love this film is un understatement ... http://liveforfilm.tumblr.com/post/136960319/city-lights-1931