The New York Times
Metropolis retains its power to overwhelm, trouble and move because it is connected to the deep anxieties of modern life as if by a high-voltage cable. Full Review
Christian Science Monitor
Metropolis has a place in world history as well as in the annals of fantasy. Adolf Hitler was said to have loved it, and Lang eventually fled Germany for Hollywood when the Third Reich wanted him to run its movie industry.
Few movies of any era offer so much varied food for thought, cinematically and politically. Its new restoration is a major motion-picture event. Full Review
New York Daily News
It took the German restorers four years to ready this print using dupe negatives and old prints found in archives around the world. Their work speaks for itself. Each frame of this classic is drop-dead stunning, the more so now that the movie no longer hiccups its way across the screen. Full Review
What you come to see are the strokes of a visual master. You will not be disappointed. Full Review