Monday, July 7, 2014
I couldn’t accept “Suddenly” as a part of Les Mis until I heard it sung by John Owen-Jones

I couldn’t accept “Suddenly” as a part of Les Mis until I heard it sung by John Owen-Jones

 Lea Michele’s voice is too high pitched to be Éponine. She would better off being Cosette because either Dianna Agron or Naya Rivera have better voices for it.

 Lea Michele’s voice is too high pitched to be Éponine. She would better off being Cosette because either Dianna Agron or Naya Rivera have better voices for it.

Friday, April 11, 2014
I’m just getting into Les Mis, but listening to the movie version of A Little Fall of Rain brought me to tears, and I don’t say that lightly. I almost never cry for media.

I’m just getting into Les Mis, but listening to the movie version of A Little Fall of Rain brought me to tears, and I don’t say that lightly. I almost never cry for media.

Tuesday, March 4, 2014
overall, I really liked the les mis movie, but when I watch les mis on the stage, valjean and javert are my two favorite characters. when I watch them as played by hugh jackman and russell crowe, I really couldn’t care less about them

overall, I really liked the les mis movie, but when I watch les mis on the stage, valjean and javert are my two favorite characters. when I watch them as played by hugh jackman and russell crowe, I really couldn’t care less about them

Sunday, March 2, 2014
I love Amanda’s reaction to Jean Valjean dying in the 2012 movie.

I love Amanda’s reaction to Jean Valjean dying in the 2012 movie.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014
enjolras can be any race but he has to have really good hair

enjolras can be any race but he has to have really good hair

Sunday, February 9, 2014
My favorite thing about the Les Misérables movie is that it introduced me to so many great performers: Killian Donnelly, Fra Fee, Aaron Tveit, George Blagden, Samantha Barks, Alistair Brammer, etc. etc.

My favorite thing about the Les Misérables movie is that it introduced me to so many great performers: Killian Donnelly, Fra Fee, Aaron Tveit, George Blagden, Samantha Barks, Alistair Brammer, etc. etc.

I loved Crowe’s performance. He combined the cold and laconic book-Javert and the passionate musical-Javert wonderfully

I loved Crowe’s performance. He combined the cold and laconic book-Javert and the passionate musical-Javert wonderfully

Thursday, February 6, 2014
Everyone hates on Russell for not singing good enough in the movie but honestly, I don’t think Hugh sings that much better. They could have got a way better cast if you ask me

Everyone hates on Russell for not singing good enough in the movie but honestly, I don’t think Hugh sings that much better. They could have got a way better cast if you ask me

My second favourite bit in the movie is Enjolras’ reaction to Lamarque’s death.

My second favourite bit in the movie is Enjolras’ reaction to Lamarque’s death.

I feel like I may be one of the only people who really didn’t like Hugh Jackman as Valjean. Don’t get me wrong, his acting was brilliant and I have nothing against him personally, but the vocals let him down for me. I understand that he’s more of an actor than a singer, but I just can’t help feeling a little disappointed.

I feel like I may be one of the only people who really didn’t like Hugh Jackman as Valjean. Don’t get me wrong, his acting was brilliant and I have nothing against him personally, but the vocals let him down for me. I understand that he’s more of an actor than a singer, but I just can’t help feeling a little disappointed.

I didn’t like the Thenardies first time watching the film, but now they’re among my favourites.

I didn’t like the Thenardies first time watching the film, but now they’re among my favourites.

I love the way Hugh Jackman says “He’s only a boy.” It just sounds so desperate, like he’s pleading with God. I love it/it melts my heart every time.

I love the way Hugh Jackman says “He’s only a boy.” It just sounds so desperate, like he’s pleading with God. I love it/it melts my heart every time.

I honestly can’t understand why it is unnaceptable to feel Anne Hathaway was just completely wrong when playing Fantine. ‘I Dreamed a Dream’ was terrible in that place and all of the crying and self piting was sickening, and out of character. Yet Anne Hathaway is still meant to have been the ‘star’ of the film.

I honestly can’t understand why it is unnaceptable to feel Anne Hathaway was just completely wrong when playing Fantine. ‘I Dreamed a Dream’ was terrible in that place and all of the crying and self piting was sickening, and out of character. Yet Anne Hathaway is still meant to have been the ‘star’ of the film.

I think that the French adaptation from 1972 is the best adaptation-with-real-people ever.

I think that the French adaptation from 1972 is the best adaptation-with-real-people ever.