Hilarious as always, but with a more touching and dramatic tone. Chaplin in one of his best portrayals of the Tramp (just behind City Lights), with the most interesting female lead and love interest of his movies, in one of his more underrated works, honestly.
Funny and interesting enough, this was his only movie being awarded an Oscar... in this case for Best Music. My favorite movie of the 20's.
This is one of those movies that are not done today anymore. This movie is a genre by itself, I guess Buster Keaton, like Chaplin, has a very special touch that makes his movies original and different than the others.
What a thriller! This was probably one of the starters of the genre and surely an innovative movie. A very disturbing and psychotic story with spectacular deformed and sinister architecture and scenarios, even considering today's standards and innovations.