‘Les Misérables’ V. ‘Django Unchained’ — Which Christmas Movie Was Tops?

Thu, December 27, 2012 11:55am EST by 2 Comments
Les Miserables Review
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Posted at 5:32 PM on December 27, 2012  

Absolutely incredible. I’ve seen the stage show in London, New York, Chicago, Orlando, and Miami, and I have to say much of the show was more powerful on the screen than the stage!! I was not disappointed at all, and my sisters, mother, and I wept at different parts even though we all knew exactly what would happen. Powerful and beautifully sung; the director definitely was brilliant with the close ups to make the audience feel what the characters expressed. Brilliant!!!

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Not a Fan of Musicals

Posted at 12:50 PM on December 27, 2012  

I am not at all suprised that Les Mis got higher votes and I will not be suprised if Les Mis gets any (or all) the Oscars. While I am not any fan of singing movies ( aka “musicals” ) I do admit that I/wanna/see/this/after/I/see/Django.
Way to go, Les Mis cast !
Not a fan of Les Mis, but I have seen the trailers and they are amazing. The cast really went all out for this.
But my loyalty is to Leo and Django. It seems way more exciting than Les Mis. Sorry, but I am not a fan of musicals.
Wait, I said that already,didn’t I ?
I think Les Mis will sweep the Grammy’s, Oscars and whatever other awards shows will happen in 2013.
Just me and my thoughts.

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