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Casablanca

Casablanca
alaScore 82

11 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 11 reviews from magazines and websites.

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(Based on 11 reviews)

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UltimateAVmag.com:

 

During World War II, Casablanca served as an exit point for many Europeans seeking to leave escape the gripping hand of the Nazi's. American Eexpatriate American Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart), owner of Rick's Café, isn't what you would call a people...

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"Here's Looking At You, Kid"

 

If I had seen Casablanca before, I did not remember it. That, in itself, proves I had never seen Casablanca before. The movie is unforgettable. I didn't know where “Here's looking at you, kid” came from. Now I know. ...

Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, the last scene

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Everybody Comes to Rick's

 

The usual suspects: After Pearl Harbor ("Dec., 1941 in Casablanca") a diverse lot of refugees was trying to come to America, getting squeezed through French Morocco and bottled up in Casa­blanca, awaiting an exit visa. Two ...

Some of its expressions and aphorisms have entered our English language

Some of its language is necessarily dated by now

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Casablanca

 

Perhaps one of the most famous films of all time. Everyone has heard of it and can probably quote from it (and misquote, listen out for 'play it again Sam') but surprisingly few people have seen it. If you're in any doubt whatsoever, buy it. It is...

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Excellent Film

 

I only bought this because I heard it was a good classic film. How right they were. Such a great film. Humphrey Boughart was exceptional. A must own DVD.

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Greatest Love Story on Film?

 

I believe that 'Casablanca' is the greatest love story ever committed to film. It is cleverly written, witty, heartbreaking, stylish, directed with vigour and quite brilliantly acted. Time has not diminished the appeal of a movie that will justifiably...

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One of the best films ever made - everyone should own a copy

 

The ultimate in star crossed love stories, the dialogue is witty and slick. The chemistry between Bogart (Rick) '' I stick my neck out for nobody'' and Bergman (Elsa) still sparks on the screen to this day and in black and white! Set against the back...

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