🎦 Modern Times full movie HD download (Charles Chaplin) - Drama, Romance, Comedy. 🎬
Modern Times
Drama, Romance, Comedy
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Charles Chaplin
Paulette Goddard as A Gamin
Henry Bergman as Cafe Proprietor
Tiny Sandford as Big Bill
Hank Mann as Burglar
Stanley Blystone as Gamin's Father
Al Ernest Garcia as President of the Electro Steel Corp.
Richard Alexander as Prison Cellmate (as Dick Alexander)
Cecil Reynolds as Minister
Mira McKinney as Minister's Wife (as Myra McKinney)
Murdock MacQuarrie as J. Widdecombe Billows
Wilfred Lucas as Juvenile Officer
Edward LeSaint as Sheriff Couler
Storyline: Chaplins last 'silent' film, filled with sound effects, was made when everyone else was making talkies. Charlie turns against modern society, the machine age, (The use of sound in films ?) and progress. Firstly we see him frantically trying to keep up with a production line, tightening bolts. He is selected for an experiment with an automatic feeding machine, but various mishaps leads his boss to believe he has gone mad, and Charlie is sent to a mental hospital... When he gets out, he is mistaken for a communist while waving a red flag, sent to jail, foils a jailbreak, and is let out again. We follow Charlie through many more escapades before the film is out.
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The Tramp's Farewell
Chaplin's immortal comedy about industrial society is as funny and hard-hitting today as it was back then. His Tramp's constant attempt to find comfort in any way possible (even institutionalizing himself) along with the plight of the orphan girl is yet another example of his perfect handle on comedic drama and how to make people laugh while feeling really depressed at the same time.

This movie was made in 1936, long after sound had taken over cinema, and beyond just being a satire of industry and "modern times", it's a farewell of sorts to the Tramp proper. People wanted to know what the Tramp sounded like, and Chaplin knew that his character didn't work in sound, so even though this was made late, it's still silent... except for sound added in primarily to create a feeling of abuse.

A few things are turned around this time. Instead of trying to get the girl, the girl gets along quite fine staying with him. But what's most interesting, especially to Chaplin fans, is the finally where the Tramp "sings." Finally the image of sound as oppression is discarded, the Tramp learns to be vocal, everyone loves him and thinks he's brilliant, yet still the world oppresses and he's forced to walk away with the promise that "We'll manage." And we never see the Tramp again.

It is quite a powerful film (even while it splits your sides with laughter) and definitely one of his best.

There is no one talented like Charles Chaplin
Modern Times is the funniest, most outrageos movie ever made by Chaplin. The story is about a factory worker who gets fired from his job and struggles to live in the modern times. Chaplin became the king of comedy in this film. Sadly, this is his last silent movie, but that doesn't mean it's the end of the world, eh? Co-starring: Poulette Goddard (SP?) If you miss this movie, which is my favorite movie of all time, you might miss one of the most funniest movies ever made.

PS: In the movie, you might hear people talking, which is recorded from radio, because Chaplin can't avoid talkies after all.

Other movies with Chaplin that I don't want you to miss: The Kid, A Woman of Paris, The Gold Rush, The Circus, City Lights, The Great Dictator, Monsiuer Verdoux, Limelight, A King In New York.

Don't watch a Countess From Hong Kong, it sucks real bad.
Chaplin's masterpiece
This is absolutely the finest film Charlie Chaplin ever made-which, considering the overall quality of his work, says a great deal for the quality of the film. Genius is a much over-used word, but in Chaplin's case, it's use is apt. This is one of the classics of cinema and one of the greatest films ever made! The scenes in the factory are hilarious. You have got to see this film! Most joyously, totally and highly RECOMMENDED!!!!!
cheer-up with Chaplin
in what so ever mood you are, watching Chaplin will make you happy with laughter, great actor, great performer, important film for every child, adult or any old person. and almost 80 years of ruling the hearts of people with performance, humor, acting, innocence.

things will come out good if motive is truly to make people happy and smiling, and to make people forget their sad moments of life.

superb comedy with great message funny sweet and awesome film
Modern Times
Movie Review: Modern Times The movie Modern Times provides a funny point of view about the unemployed people. Charles Chaplin characterizes an unemployed person who tries to stay in jail for life. At the beginning of the movie, he is wrongfully accused of communist and stayed in jail. One day after he is in jail, some inmates try to escape, but Chaplin killed them and saved the policemen's lives. As a result, he is freed from jail. However, he does not want to leave. He did not have a home or place to live. When he left the jail, he met a girl who is also unemployed and poor. He tried to get back to jail, but the girl gets him out of jail. After a couple of weeks, he found a job as a night watchman for a department store. However, he felt sleep at his job and was put back in jail. While he was in jail, the girl found a job as a dancer. After he left jail, he finds a job as a waiter and singer, but the police finds them and they escaped. Finally, they decide to move to another city to find new adventures.

The music adds a special touch to the movie. Even though there are hardly any words, the few sentences that are pronounced or written in the movie helps the audience keep up with the story. It is a beautiful story where two people meet and fall in love. They are both poor, but with each other's help they decide to continue and try new adventures. I would have liked to see a happier ending where both will have found a steady job and bought a house.
Chaplin is Awesome
I love Modern Times.I love Charlie Chaplin.I don't know what else to say that hasn't already been said.He was great with physical comedy and poignant with dramas despite being silent.Acting is reacting and he did it brilliantly with his eyes.
As relevant today as it was then - and still very funny
Part satire, part slapstick comedy, part melodrama; the great pioneer of film, Charles Chaplin, has created his own monument with this film. At the same time, "Modern Times" was Chaplin's last goodbye to the era of silent film - which, remarkably, had already ended almost a decade earlier.

After nearly 80 years, this screen marvel still makes me laugh, cry - and think about the ongoing automatization of practically every trivial little thing in our lives. Modern times, indeed.

To me, this film is as entertaining and funny today as I imagine it was then, and it's certainly as relevant as it was then.

The tramp still rules. My vote: 9 out of 10.

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Modern Times
In the 1930s, technology was increasing faster than people could've imagined 30 years ago, and factories were simply becoming normal at this point. The world was moving faster than ever before, and I'm sure the workers at the factories couldn't help but feel like they were being used as just another cog in the machine. "Productivity" became more important than the workers well being and big company bosses - as well as the machines themselves - seemed to be controlling the workers. The machines seemed to be taking jobs from the actual human beings and this feeling is perfectly conveyed in Charlie Chaplin's great "Modern Times".

I don't need to go into an in depth analysis to point out the parts of the film that convey these points but the most impressive aspect of this film is how genuinely funny it manages to be while making this point. From the lunch machine and the Tramp's mental breakdown to the entire jail scene, this is by far the funniest Chaplin movie I've seen yet, and one of the funniest silent films I've seen.

Speaking of the lunch machine, the film's main point is perhaps portrayed with more clarity and hilarity in this scene than any other scene in the film, and that point is this: Humans aren't machines, and machines aren't perfect, and neither of those should be treated as such.

As well as that bit of commentary it has a sweet story involving a young homeless girl and the Tramp and an optimistic ending in which they literally walk off into the sunset. It may sound trite, but in this story there's no telling if they'll be OK, the important thing is that they believe they will and they shouldn't stop trying, and that seems to be the most important thing to Charlie Chaplin, who seems to convey this message in one way or another in every film he makes.
a social manifesto. that is the definition who seems be the perfect choice in this case. industrialization, pressure of machine, the people as tools, the chaos and economic crisis. but the essence remains the comedy. more bitter but comedy. because the Tramp is the same. because Paulette Goddart remains the perfect choice for be the part of a strange, touching couple. because the gags are more significant in this case than the social struggle. because few scenes remains memorable. Modern Times is different in Chaplin's work for the mixture of serious criticism , using the parable, and the pure show. but that fact does it an useful manifesto . because it is the right manner to remind the small details who defines the life.
**MY** #2 Top Movie of All Time
The opening credits show that Charlie Chaplin was more than just a funny little actor. He wrote and directed this film. He composed the musical score. He even holds the copyright.

Brilliant satirical look at industrialized society.

Currently, this film ranks #6 on Rotten Tomatoes' "Top 100 Movies of All Time". I've watched every film from #1 to #6. The Wizard of Oz, especially the colorized version, deserves its #1 position. However, I don't understand why "Modern Times" isn't #2. Although I dutifully finished "The Third Man", "Citizen Kane", "All About Eve", and "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari", the experiences pained me, and I looked forward to "The End". Not with "Modern Times"--what a pleasure to behold!

Interesting notes

* Charlie Chaplin gets high on cocaine during the film

* The film includes both audio dialog and intertitles

* The ending is inconclusive at best, maybe even pessimistic
📹 Modern Times full movie HD download 1936 - Charles Chaplin, Paulette Goddard, Henry Bergman, Tiny Sandford, Chester Conklin, Hank Mann, Stanley Blystone, Al Ernest Garcia, Richard Alexander, Cecil Reynolds, Mira McKinney, Murdock MacQuarrie, Wilfred Lucas, Edward LeSaint, Fred Malatesta - USA. 📀