In Casablanca, Morocco in December 1941, a cynical American expatriate meets a former lover, with unforeseen complications.
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"Ok, so I FINALLY saw Casablanca. The film starts slow, as it introduced the characters to us a few at a time. The plot doesn't really get interesting until Ingrid Bergman enters Humphrey Bogart's Club. The musical performances were a nice treat, putting you in a sentimental mood. The film ends after a series of twists and turns. Now I really understand that most of the popular quotable lines are from this movie. "
"A good old fashioned period romantic drama interwoven with political intrigue."
"I Juat Went To Theater To Watch This And I Get It Why This Movie Consider One Of The Best Of All Time. My Husband Took Me Totally Thought He Would Fall Asleep Since It Is In Black And White But He Was Just As Invested As Me. Did I Cry? Most Definitely There is also this just beauty to it because of it being in black and white. "
"Exquisitely well made. Really deserves the praise it gets. The cinematography is one of the greatest I’ve seen for a black & white film. All other aspects (especially screenplay) are also great. Haunting ending too. Makes for a great introduction for everyone to Golden Age of Hollywood movies."
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