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City Lights
City Lights (1931)
5 years ago via Flixster

The film overall is good, but the real kicker is at the end. The end scene is so emotionally moving, I was taken aback and deeply touched.

Doughboys (1930)
6 years ago via Flixster

It is a terrible shame that this movie was made. Buster Keaton's facial movements, bodily gestures, and other characteristics of his work in silent films shine through far too much. They seem out of place in each scene, and often result in scenes with awkward long pauses, out of place movements (face and body) and some scenes where it just doesn't even make sense what he is doing! The whole film was incredibly long drawn out and laughs were few and far between. Poor Buster Keaton is just lost in this movie.

The Passionate Plumber
6 years ago via Flixster

Bad. Just bad. Plot is ill-conceived. Some scenes were awkward and pointless. Jimmy Durante was just strange, as was the dialogue by him and between him and Buster Keaton. I give this film only one star, for the glove slapping throughout this film; it was the only redeeming quality in this film, in terms of comedy.