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DVD review: Les Miserables, a more or less miserable viewing experience

Before I watched director Tom Hooper’s film adaptation of Les Miserables (2012), a friend warned me that if I wasn’t already a fan of the stage musical on which it was based, the movie would do little to win me over. 506 more words

Les Mis review

The novel indeed evokes an emotional fireworks of hatred, disgust, contempt, sorrow, forgiveness and most of all, the wonders that love can do. From the plight of resignation from the society that deprived him of the chance to live, Jean Valjean finds himself along the labyrinth of seclusion in search of belongingess. 226 more words

Academic Papers

toronto.event: Les Miserables Review

Confession time: I’m an avid musical theatre-goer. If it comes to Toronto with Mirvish, there’s a 80% chance that I’m going to shell out money to see it. 575 more words


Les Misérables Columbus Review

My fiancé and I made a last-minute decision to go see the Les Misérables tour here in Columbus on Thursday. Huge thanks to the very nice woman at the CAPA box office who found us great tickets. 339 more words

Les Miserables!! My review!!!

OH MY WORD….I can seriously not put into words how amazing this film is although for everyone reading this I am going to try,…

I went to see Les Miserables tonight for mine and my mum’s birthday and I am so glad we picked to see Les Miserables over Life of Pi.  242 more words

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Les Misérables takes to the screen

Les Mis is the world’s longest running musical. But will its brave venture onto cinema screens pay off?

Based on the hit stage adaptation of Victor Hugo’s novel, … 308 more words

Ellen Tout

Movie Review: Les Miserables

As I’ve already established in a (slightly gushing) earlier article, I’m a big fan of Les Miserables – I consider the stage musical to be my favourite show in the West End, and I know most of the songs off by heart. 741 more words

Andrew Hemphill