The story of how Charles Spencer Chaplin became Charlie Chaplin.
The physical comedy of Charlie Chaplin has always mesmerized me; I guess, actors needed to be athletes back in the day as opposed to today's ropes and cgi. And RDJ has done a fantastic job as Chaplin! The Physical effort that he would've had to put into this role; and the likeness with Chaplin himself is astounding.
Having read about J.Edgar Hoover and his many 'noble' & 'patriotic' hobbies before watching this movie, I now want to dig him up from his grave and ram a tree trunk with steel spikes all around, through his ass and out his mouth; like they did with the tribal girl in Cannibal Holocaust.
And since that can't be done, I'd rather rant about it here, and let the hatred towards that miserable asshole subside. (Hat's off to all the other miserable fucktards who call themselves politicians that let this deranged psycho run the FBI for 50 years and kill a President!). There, all done. lol.
Y'all have a wonderful day.
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