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Empire Magazine
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March 09, 2011

Elements of self parody from the master of slapstick leave you yearning for the early work that made his name. But it's worth a watch to see Chaplin and Keaton in one of few on-screen appearances together.
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Lawrence.com
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June 13, 2015

It was Chaplin's last great film, and it showcases not just a love for the performing arts (she's a ballerina, he's a vaudevillian), but also Chaplin's effortless sentimentality.
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Variety
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March 26, 2009

Departing from most forms of Hollywood stereotype, the film has a flavor all its own in the sincere quality of the story anent the onetime great vaudemime and his rescue of a femme ballet student.
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New York Times

March 25, 2006

Neither comedy nor tragedy altogether, it is a brilliant weaving of comic and tragic strands, eloquent, tearful and beguiling with supreme virtuosity.
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Film Inquiry
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April 11, 2017

With Limelight, for one last, brief moment, it's like old times even as the new age begins and Chaplin relinquishes his crown to the younger generations.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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August 08, 2011

What comes through most clearly in Limelight, however, is that Chaplin had come to terms with his life.
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Under the Radar
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May 21, 2015

Some have also accused Limelight of being too sentimental, but we'd argue that's part of its charm.
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Time Out
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February 09, 2006

Few cinema artists have delved into their own lives and emotions with such ruthlessness and with such moving results.
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TV Guide
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August 08, 2011

Chaplin, as usual, is the whole show, superb in this swansong statement about his own career and the old-style entertainment he best represented.
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TIME Magazine
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August 08, 2011

Intended as a tragicomedy, if not a tearjerker, it is a two-thirds bore that comes to life in the last half-hour or so, when the old-master clown stops trying to be pathetic and reverts to his inimitable proper stuff.
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Chicago Reader
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January 01, 2000

Charles Chaplin's 1952 film is overlong, visually flat, episodically constructed, and a masterpiece.
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