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Submitted by alycakes 725d ago | news

'Les Miserables' Wows First Audience in New York, Clearly Headed for Oscars

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Universal's highly-anticipated awards hopeful Les Miserables, the first film directed by British filmmaker Tom Hooper since he won the best director Oscar for The King's Speech two years ago, screened for the first time on Friday afternoon at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall. (Cinema, Les Miserables)

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alycakes  +   727d ago
Can't wait to see it.
calis  +   726d ago
Looks a well made film but definitely not my thing.
timmyp53  +   725d ago
Who's to say you won't like it though? Just go watch it with a "friend". I'm personally looking forward to it.
calis  +   725d ago
Not big on musicals.
Raccoon  +   725d ago
Go watch it with a damn friend he said!!!
calis  +   724d ago
umad?
Raccoon  +   721d ago
Why would I be? I like to sniff little boys bycicle seats....
OSIRUSSS  +   725d ago
I have read the Book twice. I can't wait to see this.
reznik_zerosum  +   725d ago
The King's Speech was pretty bad,dont expect much from this.
alycakes  +   724d ago
I know it's not for everyone but the ones that go see it will be surprised and enjoy it.
ssb3173  +   724d ago
I've been to so many plays of this and I loved each minute. It looks amazing so far, really hope it delivers in the end

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