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The Gold Rush
Genre: Adventure / Comedy / Family / Romance / Western
Director(s): Charles Chaplin
Release Date: 01 January 1925
Movie rating: 8.2
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What is the movie The Gold Rush about?
Charlie Chaplin considers this film his proudest achievement, and, frankly, who are we to question his genius? In this 1925 silent comedy he takes his famous tramp character to Yukon in search of gold. It’s the peak of the Klondike Gold Rush and prospectors from all over America rush to Yukon in search of overnight wealth. The tramp stumbles into some bad weather and finds himself stranded in a remote cabin with some illustrious company, namely Big Jim who struck gold and an escaped fugitive Black Larsen. Later, with the tramp in the gold rush town, we see Larsen trying to steal Big Jim’s gold. Big Jim tries to stop him, but suffers a heavy blow to the head. Larsen falls off the cliff into certain death. Back in the town the tramp falls desperately in love, but has to fight for his sweetheart’s affection. Big Jim appears, revealing that he has lost his memory, and with the help of the tramp he manages to reclaim his wealth. Both of the men are now as rich as sheiks, and, as they are traveling on a ship taking them back to their homes and toasting their good fortunes, the former tramp gets one more chance to capture the heart of his love interest and sail into the sunset with the love of his life in his arms.
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Sebastiano Jennings @ 19-Jul-2014 20:22 Report a spam

Emotionally robust and genuinely hilarious in ways that transcend time and culture, it balances the witty and the sentimental and still finds plenty of room to inject the moments of underdog social commentary that were so crucial to Chaplin's worldview.

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