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  1. Fabio Osvaldo Carta's rating of the film A Countess from Hong Kong

  2. nita's rating of the film A Countess from Hong Kong

  3. FISCHER's rating of the film A Countess from Hong Kong

    Milliardaire et diplomate américain, Ogden Mears, passe une nuit avec Natacha, une prétendue comtesse russe lors d'une escale à Hong Kong. Le lendemain, sur le bateau qui doit le rendre vers son nouveau poste en Arabie Saoudite, il se rend compte qu'elle l'a suivi et qu'elle le menace de le dénoncer à sa femme s'il ne la dissimule pas le temps de la traversée. Plutôt moyen ! www.cinefiches.com

  4. Balthaz21's rating of the film A Countess from Hong Kong

  5. El Biffo's rating of the film A Countess from Hong Kong

    Chaplin's last film is tedious and a disappointment. It seems he was advised to make a "Doris Day-type" film, the sort of chaste romance romp that was the best thing Hollywood could come up with at a time that French and Italian directors dominated the world of cinema. All the more disappointing as it stars Marlon Brando and Sophia Loren, and we don't even get to see them kiss for more than a second or two!

  6. Brendan's rating of the film A Countess from Hong Kong

    As deeply personal as anything Chaplin ever made

  7. the.deft.one's rating of the film A Countess from Hong Kong

    A Countess From Hong Kong contains all the elements that Chaplin introduced in his early shorts, made familiar in his most acclaimed features and now celebrates in his final hurrah. We get extended gag sequences (in fact the entire film, until its final moments, plays on a single idea) and trademark innocent humour. Consequently it has the look and feel of classic Chaplin despite the distinctly 60’s...

  8. Teruma Kato's rating of the film A Countess from Hong Kong

    Sophia Loren is beautiful. Marlon Brondo is not at his best. Good to see Chaplin on screen again.

  9. Ben Bosko's rating of the film A Countess from Hong Kong

    Made me truly love Chaplin more than any other of his sound features.

  10. T. J. Harman's rating of the film A Countess from Hong Kong

    It's a hoot to see Brando (mis?)cast against type in this broad comedic role that requires him to be stressed out and multitasking instead of silent and brooding. The limitations of the spare sets/ship setting give it a sitcom feel that aids its critics' accusations that it's fluff but it's charming fluff, in spite of expectations people had and have because of other great films Chaplin, Brando and Loren made.

  11. AKFilmFan's rating of the film A Countess from Hong Kong

    Chaplin's final film and he makes a romantic comedy on a ship that ends up pretty good with a great cameo and his son Sydney stealing the show. On a side note: While I saw Brando as cold and aloof, I found out that was his intention when Chaplin wrote the script.

  12. Jaspar Lamar Crabb's rating of the film A Countess from Hong Kong

    Wildly underappreciated. Brando is actually funny and Sophia Loren steals the film!

  13. Neil Bahadur's rating of the film A Countess from Hong Kong

    A masterpiece. The most unfairly maligned film of any great filmmaker's career, truly the a film of an old man. Andrew Sarris called this “the quintessence of everything Chaplin has ever felt.” How right he was. A film that deserves revisiting from all.