The Mordaunt Hall silent movie quiz

Read up on silent cinema online and you will undoubtedly encounter the graven words of Mordaunt Hall, who was the film critic for the New York Times from 1924 to 1934. Originally from Guildford, Surrey, he had spent some time as an intertitle writer in London before taking up his post at the Times. His reviews are often memorable for their stern words – and rarely are they in sync with the received wisdom of the 21st century.
With that in mind, can you channel your inner Mordaunt Hall and attach these New York Times reviews to the correct silent movie? NB All these reviews are taken from the NYT's online archive and bylined Mordaunt Hall.