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  1. Iulian's rating of the film The Kid

    In this "one of the great comedies off all time" appears a heartfelt question: who is the parent, the one which gave birth or the one which raised him/her? Beautiful mixture of laughter and sadness, a story about the need for love and longing.

  2. David Sindmark Hörnfeldt's rating of the film The Kid

    The Tramp: an objectively bad father.

  3. Frode Kinserdal's rating of the film The Kid

  4. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film The Kid

    More a social commentary than a comedy to be honest, but it is an important comment on child wellfare, poverty and women who leave their children on the doorstep of others. Chaplin is completely overshadowed by the kid too who charms and warms the viewer in every single scene.

  5. Morten Halskov Jensen's rating of the film The Kid

    Set 12.9.18 sammen med Karin. En helt vidunderlig film. Der er gribende scener i den film, som bare ikke laves mere. Scenen hvor de spiser pandekager og hvor vagabonden finder barnet, og sende hvor de arbejder sammen i glarmesterbranchen.

  6. Psycoteraphy's rating of the film The Kid

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  8. jewelsofglory's rating of the film The Kid

    Chaplin’s empathy for the poor and downtrodden brings a smile and a tear.

  9. dionysus67's rating of the film The Kid

    One of the great Chaplin movies which may lack the most socially biting satire of 'City Lights' or 'Modern Times', yet moves with its playful resourcefulness, bringing Chaplin close to the kid. What unites both is divergent thinking one that eschews the linear patterns of adults and builds creative problem-solving processes. These suffuse, as expected, this melodrama which culminates in a funny scene among angels.

  10. Jdsarmientoburgos's rating of the film The Kid

    Chaplin’s first feature was a great success. Starring the Tramp raising an orphaned boy as his own. He knew exactly how to make his audience laugh and cry.

  11. Scott Dubin's rating of the film The Kid

    You get the sense that Chaplin's films had a big influence on Looney Tunes. I'm not sure this one entirely holds up. There are some very touching moments- and the dream sequence with the angels was clever. But the poverty of this film's depiction of its era doesn't feel like the poverty of today. (Chaplin's later film, modern times, feels a bit more "modern").

  12. FISCHER's rating of the film The Kid

    Cette tendre amitié entre Charlot, vitrier lunaire, et Jackie Coogan, l'inoubliable Kid du film, reste un éternel et somptueux mélodrame de l'histoire du cinéma... www.cinefiches.com

  13. MistaRichard's rating of the film The Kid

    A story with a smile -- and perhaps, a tear.

  14. Renton47's rating of the film The Kid

    The melodrama and hurried ending make this less effective than some of his shorts thus far, but maybe even more impressive for what's happening behind the camera - construction of the Hollywood mirage. An unprepared child star, ruling star presence, bitter disputes, grooming by those in power. And on screen work so magical that we might forgive the high cost of its existence.

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  16. Jérémy Poirier's rating of the film The Kid

    This one is just so beautiful. This is a film that is both extremely hilarious and poignant at the same time. As most of Chaplin's work is. The balance between sad and funny is meticulously arranged with the melancholic score. Which was also composed by Chaplin himself by the way. Sometimes, it is the most simple stories that affects you the most. This is the case here. A masterpiece.

  17. Aybige Tek's rating of the film The Kid

    I even studied it. It is a super gentle experience to watch this movie! Every second is a gem!

  18. Christopher McQuain's rating of the film The Kid

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  21. Alexander Dunkelberger's rating of the film The Kid

    This film reminds me of my childhood in ways. Not because of all the poverty and debatable child abuse, but because of the imagery and feel of the piece. Chaplin may have the warmest sensibility in cinema. However overwrought it may be to today’s standards it is still wonderfully powerful emotion that shines through, and you never get the sense that the little tramp is faking any of it.

  22. yovargas's rating of the film The Kid

    Some of it is pretty cute, I guess? C-

  23. Ethan's rating of the film The Kid

    One of Chaplin's greatest achievements. Nobody blended comedy and tragedy quite like Chaplin did. A true master of comedy.

  24. smndvdcl's rating of the film The Kid

    Chaplin's left-wing affectations were hard to hide, even near the beginning of his acting/directing trajectory. Lovely stuff.

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