Charlie Chaplin’s biggest hit is also probably my favorite of his movies that I’ve yet seen.
In which Buster Keaton almost dies over and over in the name of comedy, and also drops an actual train off an actual bridge.
The earliest extant movie from a Black director, I found myself getting into it as more than homework.
A Soviet propaganda film that basically invented the modern action sequence.
In a silent movie, nobody can hear you scream.
This “experiment” shocked contemporary audiences but influenced filmmaking decades after its initial release.
An oft-overlooked silent comedy classic that I actually laughed a lot at.
Charlie Chaplin’s Tramp helps a flowergirl regain her sight in perhaps his most iconic silent comedy.