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Intolerance

Intolerance(1916)

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  • "A Failure" ?

    • Cindy
    • 9/3/13

    Thank You for showing this wonderful old film tonight!I don't need the pope to tell me whose a saint & who ain't. And I don't need critics to tell me if a movie is great.I loved watching this! I was awestruck from beginning to end.The acting was amazing. The costumes & settings & propswere phenomenal. I absolutely adored every bit of it.

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    • Fred C. Wilson III
    • 9/3/13

    I have only one word to describe this 5 star film...SUPERB!!

  • More Gish might have saved it

    • Ryan
    • 9/1/12

    It's preachy and boring with terrible acting. Talmadge is by far the worst actor in this movie. Not worth 3 hours and 30 minutes of your time.

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    • Dashiell Barnes
    • 7/5/12

    D.W. Griffith's less controversial follow-up to "The Birth of a Nation." The acting is melodramatic from most of the cast, but they still seem believable, especially Gish in a too-brief, but effective performance as the woman rocking the cradle. In today's CGI-ridden film world, even I was awestruck by the sheer scope & scale of the film, the cutting between stories was innovated in this film because of the gigantic effort that made this picture. The films of Griffith, including this one, reminds us what can be achieved in the film medium. I give it a 5/5.

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    • Mark Sutch
    • 4/2/11

    ***1/2

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