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Did you see LesMis? What did you think?
What are your thoughts on the screen version of this classic musical? Any characters/actors etc. you particularly liked or disliked?
I did see it. I loved how gritty and beautifeul it was at the same time. I think I enjoyed Anne Hathaway the most. Her level of emotional connection with the songs she sang was outstanding.
I saw it years and years ago when it played at the Curran Theater in San Francisco. I loved it. I bought the soundtrack.
I wish I had been able to see it 2 more times, at least. It's one of those shows in which there is so much happening that it is difficult to take it all in on a single visit.
I would have liked to see it three times:
Once to marvel at and study the staging and scene changes (I was with an amateur theater company at the time);
Once for the action/dialog/story line;
and finally, once just for the music.
"Do you hear the people sing; singing the song of angry men..." One of my favorites from that show, and very apropos for today's political climate as well...
After seeing it, I wrote a poem inspired by the show--and it is published here among my hubs.
by oldersister6 years ago
I Just saw the movie hunger games. As good as the movie was it was very upsetting to watch. What did you think of the movie?
by White Sapphire6 years ago
What book did you not want to read at first, but loved it when you were finished?Sometimes teachers force us to read books we have absolutely no interest in, but by the end of the book you have found some gem of wisdom...
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