Michael Curtiz

Genre: Classics
Released: 1942-11-26
Rated: PG
Length: 1h 42min
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Casablanca: easy to enter, but much harder to leave, especially if you're wanted by the Nazis. Such a man is Resistance leader Victor Laszlo (Paul Henreid), whose only hope is Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart), a cynical American who sticks his neck out for no one, especially Victor's wife Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman), the ex-lover who broke his heart. Ilsa offers herself in exchange for Laszlo's transport out of the country and bitter Rick must decide what counts more - personal happiness or countless lives hanging in the balance.

  • Chicken Girls!!

    By leens😘
    Am I the only one who is here thanks to ‘Chicken Girls: The Movie’?? Like seriously?? Flash said that TK models all his shots on this movie so I decided to watch it.

  • Still one of the best

    By Weftyone
    Casablanca is still one of the best films ever made. I love to watch it every few years. Mainly to see the costumes, how a garment is suppose to fit. The sets & the wonderful story. Bogie & Bergman AMAZING!

  • Amazing movie

    By Arnold Howard
    Casablanca was released in 1942. The scene where the night club band played the French national anthem is one of the great moments captured on film, because this wasn’t acting. The emotions of the actors were real.

  • Back when films...

    By Jmartinbal
    Back when films had male leads that didn't have to be body builders to be heroes. Back when great writing made a great film. Back when smoking in the movies was so cool that I want to smoke every time I see a classic oldie like this one.

  • Truly one of the best movies ever made!

    By Rhal
    A movie that is timeless. You get it all, intrigue, love, evil, as well as good triumphing over that evil. Did I mention great music too! I think those that watch it will be positively impacted by it.

  • What can one say?

    By Alan Smithee, Jr
    What can one say about Casablanca that hasn’t already been repeated a million times? It’s brilliant, it’s romantic, it’s funny and witty. It’s the way many wish the world still worked and still occasionally does.

  • Great film. True classic!

    By Lp96_blonde
    This movie lives up to the hype. I was not disappointed!

  • A True Sensation

    By Mr Math1
    I know it's been said a billion times, but this movie is a true Hollywood sensation. There's a reason that people are still in love with it over 70 years after its release. Every word spoken has meaning, and its themes are gripping. The cast is absolutely flawless. Humphrey Bogart is at his best, Ingrid Bergman is as elegant as ever, and Claude Rains is hilariously witty. But what makes this movie a sensation is that every character is unique and perfect. The bartender, the doorman, the waiter, the Nazis, the people hoping to reach America, etc are all superb. THAT makes this movie something special. Every scene is visually striking, and the aura is undeniable. What a film. I guess I love its dialogue more than anything. There is so much wit and charm and humor in this movie. This is a true masterpiece and a must have film for everybody. "Here's looking at you kid."

  • Best Movie Ever Made?

    By –TheArtist
    That's what some say, why not watch it and find out? : )

  • Watch It To Remember What Romance Is

    By Filmmaker Too
    When you’re feeling cynical and tired of life… take a few deep breaths, take a walk (if you can), look out the window at a tree or some flowers - AND THEN watch Casablanca. No matter how many times I watch Rick falling apart, alone, drink in hand, reliving the memory of his one true love, the scene is moving. Great actors in great roles with great writing and great plot. Wonderful film.