DON'T watch it if you hate music and plays.
Les Miserables' is a masterpiece of a genius. It combines the aesthetics of music, cinema and pure acting. A story of a fugitive-turned-hero to all of the characters around him. Golden Globe Best Actor Hugh Jackman as Jean Valjean. As a father. As a factory owner. As a citizen. As a God-fearing person who forgave his best enemy (Ruselle Crow) Policeman Javert despite all of his experiences in the dark woods to keep his self safe from the soldiers of Paris and later, Javert faced his conscience by ending his life ( lil spoil).
Don't watch it if:
- You don't like theater plays.
- You easily surrender in a long conversation (with notes)
- You expect wars, explosions, blood and magic.
- You can't hold your eyes that long
- You don't like gunshots of the past
- You are Hitlers big fan and don't care of Napoleon Bonaparte's era
- You watch it on a Last Fall Show slot.
- You are not a fan of Sacha Baron Cohen (The DICTATOR) and Elena Bonham Carter (Alice in Wonderland- red head queen)
- You are depressed.
Les Miserables has successfully changed the landscape of a drama/musical film. You will be tuned in after you watch it. Pain, poverty, prostitution, feudalism, and comedy are the bones that complete the skeleton of what is a good and sensible film.