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Les Misérables 2012

In 19th-century France, Jean Valjean, who for decades has been hunted by the ruthless policeman Javert after breaking parole, agrees to care for a factory worker's daughter. The decision changes their lives for ever...

Release Date:
December 25, 2012
158 min
Tom Hooper ...
Nick Holder, Michael Jibson, Keith Dunphy, Daniel Evans, Andrew Havill, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, James Greene, Karol Steele, Ashley Artus, Hannah Waddingham, Russell Crowe, Julian Bleach, Martin Marquez, Michael Sarne, Hugh Jackman, Stephen Bent, John Warnaby, Ian Pirie, Linzi Hateley, Jackie Marks, Amanda Seyfried, Jack Chissick, John Surman, Sarah Flind, Tony Rohr, Richard Dixon, Kirsty Hoiles, Heather Chasen, Richard Cordery, Nick Shaw, Nicola Sloane, Hadley Fraser, Alistair Brammer, Katie Hall, Rhidian Marc, Jamie Muscato, Sara Pelosi, Stephen Tate, Gemma Wardle, Colm Wilkinson, James Charlton, Kerry Ellis, Bertie Carvel, Sally Mates, Joel Phillimore, Oliver Jackson, Paul Howell, Robyn North, Matt Hookings, Shonn Gregory, Mark Roper, Martyn Mayger, Scott Stevenson, Sophie Ellis, Ondra Zelary, Lynn Jezzard, Kate Sweeney, Kerry Ingram, Peter Mair, Ben Steele, James a FitzGerald, Rachel Stanley, Richard Dalton, Anthony Webster, Lily Laight, Daniel Mack Shand, Jean-Marc Chautems, Daniel Huttlestone, Stuart Neal, Gemma Payne, Chris Barnes, David Morris, Alexia Khadime, Samuel J. Weir, Claire Piquemal, Eleanor Bruce, Amy Ellen Richardson, Joseph Peters, Adam Jones, Phil Zimmerman, Matt Harrop, Sophie Hutchinson, Rebecca Sutherland, Peter Saracen, Holly Dale Spencer, Chris Howell, Gemma O'Duffy, Alice Fearn, Andy Coxon, Brenda Moore, Joseph West, Matthew Corner, Harry Wood, David Roberts, Claire Machin, Kelly-Anne Gower, Catherine Woolston, Mary Cormack, Sebastian Sykes, Emma Dukes, Vicky Evans, Amanda Henderson ...
Drama, Thriller, Musical, Romance ...

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I'm not a big fan of musicals or Anne Hathaway but this was brilliant. Hathaway brought me to tears at one point, n I'm not easily moved. I can't believe how much I liked this movie. Sit back with some wine and tissues n enjoy. 9/10 for me.
So, to summarize, one of the most famous musicals in history of musicals has (yes,believe it or not) singing in it, and then you all complain because it has 'too much singing'. I'm sorry, but that is beyond ridiculous: yes, folks; musicals have singing in them.
my mom like this movie i specially bought original dvd for her :)
couldn't watch it. too much singing!!!
It is, isn't it? I thought there was at least going to be some talking but it was all singing... I watched this at the cinema and all I can hear in the background was my cousin dipping his hands in a bag of chips. Plus if you didn't know, Hugh Jackman when they were producing the movie, those that have been in the plays numbers of times(went to music schools) never heard anyone sing like he did.
Go Aussie!
Best review that I have ever seen--->Went to the movies with the wife. We saw this obscure film that I've never heard of, some French foreign film. They must have been giving away free tickets, because the lines were out the door. Anyway, the movie starts with Wolverine singing his guts out. Then Catwoman starts crying and singing, and it's all very moving. The only problem is, the girls next to me, who has read the book or something, starts singing along. It was very distracting. So Wolverine is on the run from Gladiator, because Catwoman had a baby Borat's house, but now she wants Wolverine to care for her. Time skip. A bunch of kids get shot, and in the end, everyone dies. Four stars.
Even if you don't like musicals, you really should see this one ... In 19th-century France, Jean Valjean, who for decades has been hunted by the ruthless policeman Javert after he breaks parole, agrees to care for factory worker Fantine's daughter, Cosette. The fateful decision changes their lives forever.
@panty_hampster ! i totaly agree with you ! there is too much singing in this thing so i've got bored !
I somewhat agree with you. Although I did sit through the whole thing. I think we're all supposed to think it's brilliant so we don't sound like we're all uncultured or something. Just wasn't my cup of tea. I think I commented on this movie before and said someting like it was OK for a horror flick.
I thought it was originally Dakota Fanning as well
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