The Artist
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A silent movie star meets a young dancer, but the arrival of talking pictures sends their careers in opposite directions.

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Columbus Alive - 10/10 by Brad Keefe Anchored by the wildly charming Dujardin in the lead, The Artist is so warm and entertaining, it will leave you speechless. And smiling.
Movieline - 10/10 by Stephanie Zacharek It's a picture that romances its audience into watching in a new way - by, paradoxically, asking us to watch in an old way. The Artist is perhaps the most modern movie imaginable right now.
Arizona Republic - 10/10 by Bill Goodykoontz "The Artist" is such an engaging, delightful film that, if you like movies, you will walk out of the theater with a smile. You just will; it's that inspired.
Sarasota Herald-Tribune - 10/10 by Christopher Lloyd A rapturous movie full of passion and artistry, self-aware but not self-absorbed. The Artist is about movie-making, in the way that great Hollywood movies have turned a loving (yet acerbic) gaze at themselves, like Singin' in the Rain.
Little White Lies - 10/10 by Paul M. Bradshaw A bona fide classic. You won't get the smile off your face all the way home.
Scotsman - 10/10 by Siobhan Synnot It sticks to many of the conventions of the form - printed titles, an effortless musical score, a loyal dog, and shameless melodrama - and has fun with them, yet also manages to be surprisingly heartfelt.
NPR - 10/10 by Bob Mondello The delighted gasps in the theater will make you glad you took a chance on The Artist. Silent black-and-white movies are not coming back, but this one is such a rewarding labor of love by all of the artists involved that it just might make you wish they could.
Aisle Seat - 10/10 by Mike McGranaghan Whenever I see a great film, I get a literal high off it, almost like a drug. The feeling can last for days. The Artist gave me one of those highs.
Chicago Sun-Times - 10/10 by Richard Roeper Yes, it's virtually silent, it's black-and-white, and you might not know the leads. But if you don't take a chance on this film, we can't be friends any more.
Chicago Sun-Times - 10/10 by Roger Ebert Here is one of the most entertaining films in many a moon, a film that charms because of its story, its performances and because of the sly way it plays with being silent and black and white.
Boston Globe - 10/10 by Ty Burr Michael Hazanavicius's love letter to classic cinema isn't perfect but it's close enough to make just about anyone who sees it ridiculously happy - and that includes children and grown-ups who have never come across a silent film.
The Arts Desk - 10/10 by Emma Simmonds Hazanavicius boldly strips cinema back to its wordless, monochrome days and, boy, does the end result sparkle.

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