Casablanca
Casablanca
PG | 23 January 1943 (USA)
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In Casablanca, Morocco in December 1941, a cynical American expatriate meets a former lover, with unforeseen complications.

Reviews
Greenes

Please don't spend money on this.

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Cleveronix

A different way of telling a story

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Taraparain

Tells a fascinating and unsettling true story, and does so well, without pretending to have all the answers.

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Isbel

A terrific literary drama and character piece that shows how the process of creating art can be seen differently by those doing it and those looking at it from the outside.

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jackbirkett

Everyone rating it 10/10 so saying its a perfect film. I feel people do it to inflate their own ego to seem well educated and follow the same sort of rating system as the critics. Its got hammy acting and is very slow the film can be taken down to 20minutes

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shubhamsrivastavalu

Now this one is a classic. Goes beyond era and decades this still representation of love and sacrifice with a right mix of drama and thrill. This is movie that shows what crises situation does with the common lives of individuals, in this case a loving couple. Separated due to tensions over World War period in Europe this shows the emotional backdrops of the two at crossroads unable to take decisions. Fame and ego is bypassed by love at the end as Rick chooses to help his lover and her husband board a flight to America. The strategic role played by the Army official (friend of Rick) at the end also added colours to the movie. Old is gold. Everyone needs to have a look at the goldmine. Must watch.

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timevics

A review from people from another country, Indonesia, I would like to say that this movie is amazing and pure romance. IT IS JUST SO FREAKING GOOD !!!

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robfwalter

What I found most extraordinary about this film is the way it manages to engage right from the start. Within ten minutes, the plot had me enthralled, the characters had me emotionally committed and I was fascinated by the moral questions.How will Viktor Lazlo escape the Nazis? How complete is Rick's moral degradation? Is there any limit to the depravity of the Vichy regime's representative in Morocco? What happened in Paris between Rick and Ilsa? These questions are all addressed simultaneously as the action unfolds with hypnotic acting by both Bogart and Bergman and brilliantly tight plotting.Some of the other actors are not quite up to the standard of the leads, but I think this is the way films were made at the time, with broader acting by minor parts than we usually see in films today.So much of this film is now cliche, but that's because it defined modern Hollywood cinema and thus had a tremendous impact on Western culture. With some essential cultural artefacts, this ubiquity can make them seem a bit tired or over the top, but Casablanca is so perfectly pitched and moves along at such a wonderful pace that it transcends its own transcendence to be what Hollywood has always aspired to - pure entertainment.

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