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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Alexander Dunkelberger's rating of the film Speedy

    Probably my favorite Harold Lloyd.

  2. FISCHER's rating of the film Speedy

    Le scénario manque un peu de consistance et les nombreuses digressions comiques donnent quelquefois l'impression de remplissage. Restent tout de même quelques gags évidents voire géniaux comme ceux : "des taches et de l'ombrelle" "du miroir grossissant" "du homard pinceur" "du taxi" et "du mannequin policier"...

  3. Jérémy Poirier's rating of the film Speedy

    Harold Lloyd is a comedy genius. Here, he is the perfect fit for this down on his luck character who goes trough multiple comedic scenarios. The score really elevates the vibe of this so damn lovable film. 3.5 stars.

  4. Aardsy's rating of the film Speedy

    Old timey New York City! Plus, a dog.

  5. James Mackin's rating of the film Speedy

    A fun Harold Lloyd film that's also an advertisement for New York. Also had probably the first celebrity cameo, but I'm not 100% sure.

  6. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film Speedy

    can you keep up the pace, Harold?

  7. AKFilmFan's rating of the film Speedy

    Episodic in nature, this entertaining last silent film for Lloyd is a delight: From the Coney Island trip, to the elderly men vs. gangsters brawl, to the climactic chase this is full of great scenes. Also interesting is seeing 20's NYC in the background. And while the story is a bit contrived, its nostalgia for a simpler & quieter city fits with Lloyd's last film before the talkies.

  8. Jardun's rating of the film Speedy

    Some really amazing location shots, babe ruth, a fun chase scene, and the coney island bits all make this worth watching - even if the plot leaves little to the imagination. Light Hearted.

  9. D. Ash's rating of the film Speedy

    More sweet than truly funny. Watching it, I'm struck by the gentleness and lack of darkness of Lloyd's world in comparison to those inhabited by Keaton and Chaplin. Despite its race against the clock climax, nothing much really feels at stake. Stil,l some of the indivdual sequences - a trip to Coney Island, in particular- rank amongst the greatest in all of silent comedy.

  10. Mike McMillan's rating of the film Speedy

    Not Lloyd's best, but fun enough and definitely worth seeing for Babe Ruth's appearance.

  11. Roscoe's rating of the film Speedy

    Tedious little movie, of interest only for the location views of NYC. There's not a lot here, just some gags strung together, showing Harold Lloyd playing an unemployable baseball fanatic, losing a succession of jobs largely through his own stupidity, and then suddenly deciding to rise to the occasion to rescue his father's failing business. Forgettable, like much of Lloyd's work.