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I rather like it, Russel Crowe is a really good Javert, a rather good voice in my opinion.
I'm not ashamed to say i cried twice. It's really a rather beautiful film.
I've read the book and seen the 1978 film as well, i think they really did it justice, even if i wasn't the closest interpretation of the story. what did you guys think?
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There's a few opinions on it in the film thread. Personally I prefer films that make me laugh and / or things explode; I got pretty bored of it within about 30 minutes but I know loads of people who love it
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Loved it, didn't think I would as not my normal cup of tea. Became totally engrossed in the film which happens very rarely with my short attention span.
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I got really bored by 20 minutes in. I like musicals, but felt that half of the dialogue had no need at all to be sung, and didn't seem to follow a melody... it felt more like a free-Jazz musical, but probably got better later in*. :\
*I've never seen/heard Les Mis before btw, I presume that the real musical is done in the same way though?
I hate musicals, so it's not for me.
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Jackman and Hathaway, however, were utterly brilliant, and I thoroughly enjoyed the film. Didn't cry, but the guy sat the other side of the missus was blubbing throughout the second half.
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You have to have a real tolerance for singing though as it can get a bit intense after a while.
Not seen the film, but will probably watch it on DVD release to see the film interpretation.
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Ah, that's what I thought, seemed like an odd change to add in for the film version, although I'm somewhat surprised that it was left in place given the context? Then again; huge army of fans' expectations vs. what director wants to do.... can't have had Lucas involved then!
Ironically, that style doesn't bother me at all in operas, just musicals....?!
STILL haven't seen it, I get the distinct impression it's not my thing.
I'm like dafuzz in that I prefer laughy/explodey/both at once kinds of films rather than singy/weepy ones.
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