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Charlie Chaplin The Great Dictator
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Filmcritic.com

May 20, 2011

...stared evil in the face long before the rest of Hollywood even thought it was possible.
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The Nation
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January 18, 2013

The only trouble is that such perfect scenes as this are followed by more conventional passages which would be funny enough in an average picture but let one down in a film that deals so ambitiously with so great a theme.
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Chicago Reader
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September 03, 2010

Chaplin is at his most profound in suggesting that there is much of the Tramp in the Dictator, and much of the Dictator in the Tramp.
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Cinemania
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July 22, 2010

Despite the film's weaknesses, Chaplin's lampooning of Hitler is a moment of comic genius, complemented by Jack Oakie's ridiculously exaggerated portrayal of the Mussolini-like Italian fascist
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Village Voice
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December 23, 2009

Like all major Chaplin works, Dictator was a cheaply, but methodically, made film, a cardboard act of humanist defiance, and, thanks to its purity of purpose, the cheesier the jokes get, the harder they land.
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Cinema-stache
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April 04, 2017

The lessons remain, and the strength of his statement still inspires his descendants - professional or otherwise - to follow his example.
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Film.com
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June 01, 2011

The first full-blown talkie from the biggest star of the silent era, complete with a message that Chaplin couldn't have sent more loudly or clearly.
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

May 20, 2012

...a great movie because it works as a film, and because it is a document of courage and faith, the prime exhibit in Chaplin's humanist brief ... Dictator is a comedy, the work of a clown, but it is no joke. Chaplin had lethal intent.
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Variety
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October 09, 2008

It's when he is playing the dictator that the comedian's voice raises the value of the comedy content of the picture to great heights.
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Q Network Film Desk
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May 30, 2011

While it is not the greatest of Charlie Chaplin's feature films, it is certainly his bravest, if not one of the bravest films ever made.
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TIME Magazine
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September 03, 2010

Through no fault of Chaplin's, during the two years he was at work on the picture dictators became too sinister for comedy.
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Time Out
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February 09, 2006

The representation of Hitler is vaudeville goonery all the way, but minus the acid wit and inventive energy that Groucho Marx managed.
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