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There are not many films that can stand for over half a century and still remain every bit as relevant and enjoyable as when it would have first come out.
The acting in this is fantastic by the... Read more entire cast and it doesn't feel like it has dated a day from when it was made.
Possibly the best movie ever made. Fantastic. It was in 1942 and still is today. It fully deserves all of the superlatives it has been given over the years. There is not a single piece of wasted dialogue... Read more nor an irrelevant facial expression throughout the whole movie which is at times profoundly moving, witty, laugh out loud funny, with at times edge of the seat suspense. Also possibly the greatest love story ever told. Ingrid Bergman's luminous beauty has to be seen to be believed. Everybody should see this movie.
Hadn't seen this classic movie until now, in my 50's and it turned out to be just that, an absolute classic; the fact it is in black and white adds to it's charm, and the classic one liners weren't... Read more bubble gum, they were great! How beautiful was Ingrid Bergman!!!!! Highly recommendable!
This truly is a classic. If you ever wanted to know where all of the one-liners came from, you should watch this movie. It puts all other movies in perspective.
I saw this famous movie for the first time and it is still wonderful. No wonder it is still famous.
Loved the acting and seeing Bogart again. Great to see such an old classic in such good condition. Only 2 small glitches while watching it.
Its a classic! What more can I say? Very enjoyable watch featuring some great actors, its on all the top 100 lists that I cam across so decided to give it a go and very glad I did
A classic worth revisiting every 5 to 10 years or so of your life. Beautifully shot and acted. Wonderful dialogue and with so much written about it, a great film to study for students.
Not a lot I can add to do this justice. A very informative commentary that explains a lot of the film's nuances and camera work, particularly with Bergman's features, is well worth some exploration.
Not a lot of movies stand the test of time. Wartime movies even less so. But Casablanca is one of those movies that truly deserves the title of being a classic. The acting is superb, the cinematography... Read more would give a modern movie a run for its money and the characters, even the bad guys, are well rounded and believeable. It's simply movie perfection.