Lev and I watched this other day. Having seen it before the film remains enjoyable though it's a so-so in terms of being a truly accurate portrayal of the man's life. Robert Downney Jnr is a great Chaplin, though like most biopics I found it to be slightly simplistic in its depiction though it's an interesting look into early Hollywood and the life of someone who did it all by himself. It lacks the depth of the biography its based on, which by the way is one of the best auto-biographies ever written. Chaplin's chaotic life and work has to be one the most fascinating in the history of cinema, you might struggle to believe some aspects of it really. Oh and the endings a real tear-jerker... *sob*
I'd also post a picture of this weird Charlie Chaplin impersonator who attacked me outside the London Eye a few weeks back but I fear humiliation.