l have not found a better way that demonstrates that "Speech is silver, Silence is golden" than the silence films.
Who Ever Made The Whole World Chaotic With Laughter?
l have seen a character who was so magical with words that even the serious faces could not help but bloom with laughter. This character just knew the right words to let us crack our ribs. Even after the show, the words could haunt us from our minds and we would not escape being charged with going nuts with those lonely spontaneous bursts of laughter. There was another who had more than the control over words. He had a way of using his gestures to tickle us into hopelessness. The coupling of words and gestures were too much for our plates. Then I realized myself laughing like never before in reaction to a character who didn't say any words, then I couldn't challenge the thoughts that he was the one who truly brought laughter to the world.
Why Would Hollywood Ever Hate Its Own?
Perhaps this is the biggest question surrounding the man who popularized motion pictures but got exiled from his own home. Perhaps it was his own orchestration or he was too much of a distraction for the larger entertainment fraternity. Perhaps, the style he was popularizing could kill the style that the larger industry was hinging on...perhaps there was no hatred.
Can You Entertain The Thoughts of Captivating Movies That Never Talked?
It is beyond imagination that these movies were captivating without any spoken words. A man obsessed with finding gold gets locked up with two other men in a cabin- thanks to a blizzard. Life gets hard and they have to employ tough strategies to survive. The owner of the cabin is voted to get out into the snow to find food before they die of starvation. Whilst waiting for the food, the two left behind cook a shoe to eat. It is not enough for one of them and he starts seeing the other as a chicken. Ooops! What about the gathering of the high classes for the unveiling of a monument and how it ended up in chaos. All the introductory ceremonies and speeches lost their importance when a little notorious boy was found resting in the arms of the unveiled statue. Hilarious! Here is another. The main character is mistakenly sent to prison. He mistakes cocaine for salt and can only blame himself for his subsequent misbehavior- thanks to the cocaine. He wants to be freed but he ends up back in his cell. He goes on to prevent a jailbreak by knocking the scheming jail mate down. He is granted freedom for this heroic stunt then paradoxically he doesn't want to leave his cell. He wants jail now. Are you not yearning for the full movies already? It is well deserved when these and other matched movies are rated among the best of all time.
What was the “Tramp” made of?
“The "Tramp" got everything about branding right. He was the ever present, all-capable personality that could rescue every other person but himself. He was notorious for the living paradox he was. The suspense from his acts was an experience he could only give. Above all, the exceptional talent that guided him in leading us through the stories without talking, was unmatched. The legend of the "Tramp" was well carved to survive through the generations. He was like nothing we could and can adequately describe. His mystery and resultant intrigue made him iconic.