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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
4/4 98%

City Lights (1931)

""City Lights" is excruciatingly funny and terribly, terribly sad. It makes you chuckle hysterically. You have the greatest time imaginable, and yet, occasionally you find little hurty lumps in your throat." ‐New York Daily News
Posted Jan 29, 2016

Wings (1927)

"It is, in fact, the masterpiece of war production." ‐New York Daily News
Posted Feb 17, 2015

The Broadway Melody (1929)

"Zowie! What a picture! Humor, drama, romance, action, thrill! And how!" ‐New York Daily News
Posted Feb 17, 2015

All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)

"So magnificent, so powerful, that it hardly behooves mere words to tell of its heart-rending appeal, of its dramatic fire, its breath-taking battle shots in which men stab and kill each other, for the glory of war." ‐New York Daily News
Posted Feb 17, 2015

Cimarron (1931)

""Cimarron" is magnificent in scope, powerful in treatment, admirable in acting. But it is even more than all this. It is one of few talking picture productions which inspires rather than awes." ‐New York Daily News
Posted Feb 17, 2015

Grand Hotel (1932)

"Each and every performer in the screened "Grand Hotel" does a remarkable piece of work. To us, Garbo is the supreme of magnificence." ‐New York Daily News
Posted Feb 17, 2015

Cavalcade (1933)

"A gloriously, heart-rendingly beautiful, stirring picture of a generation in British family life." ‐New York Daily News
Posted Feb 17, 2015

King Kong (1933)

""King Kong," as spectacular a bolt of celluloid as has thrilled audiences in a couple of sophisticated seasons, is the product of a number of vivid imaginations." ‐New York Daily News
Posted Mar 7, 2013
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