Charly (1968) - Cliff Robertson Movie - Sci-Fi Movie

Charly (1968) - Cliff Robertson Movie - Sci-Fi Movie


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Charly (1968) - Cliff Robertson Movie - Sci-Fi Movie An intellectually disabled man undergoes an experiment that gives him the intelligence of a genius.



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Angel Simone
Cliff Roberston totally deserved an oscar for this performance, Charly was so innocent and sweet I hated the factory workers making fun of him! That's just mean.
RojoFern
Those 122 views are from teachers who put this on after the class had read the book.
Moi Vienneau
Loved, loved, loved this movie when I was around 13. My mom introduced it to us. We cried at that age for Charly because we sensed the injustice of his having been given the gift of seeing life for what it was, only to have it taken away forever. Did we think about how cruel the doctors were? Probably not, just about how unfair it was. Watching this again 40 years later, is a totally different experience; particularly now watching it with my 13 year old!
leutian leyva
i actually would rank this 6 on top greatest movies of all time simply because of cliff robertson acting
BellyBoi
I feel that the interpretation of the story through writing based on Charly's journal entries (otherwise known as Flowers for Algernon) better shows both the improvement of his intellectual abilities and the stagnation, or decline, of his abilities. The story in which Charly is writing entries shows differences throughout with spelling, vocabulary, punctuation, etc. That being said the film version of this story tells it very well, but I just think the original short story depicts what Charly is feeling in many parts. If this film were to be remade, assuming the remake wouldn't be terrible, I would think it would surely be a favorite to many.
buyerofsorts
So I guess after she called him stupid, he went on a bender with motorcycles, women and drugs and kinda sowed his wild oats and then gave it all up? Is that what we are to infer?
C S
We read the book in high school. I LOVED this movie.
Apologetic Fiction Fire
I think a fitting sequel to this movie years later his intelligence slowly returns but no matter what he said or try to do people still treat him as retarded. He dies and autopsy reveal the answer.
bariant
My favorite scene - The pastry mixer.
Robert Vassa
Good movie .The guys in the bar were real jerks .But I must say I would enjoy kicking there asses, all at the same time.
Jenny Mohler
ilove charly its a great movie
IGrewup StillDeontefrombladensburg100
I love these movies from the 1960s my dad was in elementary school in 1968 god I love it cause he was born in 1962 so he was six years old already in school that is when children often start school around that age.