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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 611d ago | review

ScreenCrave: Les Misérables Review

ScreenCrave: Les Misérables is an absolute tear-jerker. It’s a depressing story that has a glimmer of hope for what’s to come. It’s a nice cornerstone of literature that’s been properly translated to the screen. It’s transformed into a moving journey that shows how humans can persevere through the worst of circumstances. (Cinema, Les Miserables) 8.5/10

aDDicteD  +   604d ago
well reviewed. this version of the movie fits well as a musical and is a lot better than the 1998 version. all actors were outstanding and its like really watching a theater play st the same time. the movie was very effective in portraying hope, love and misery. it was a perfect holiday movie experience.

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