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(Huffington Post)   Russell Crowe agrees with Adam Lambert that no one in the cast of Les Miserables could sing   (huffingtonpost.com ) divider line
    More: Followup, Les Miserables, Adam Lambert, Russell Crowe, movie musicals, Miranda Lambert, Hugh Jackman, les mis, Seth MacFarlane  
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2013-01-04 10:22:18 AM  

teeny: Truth be told, I thought Liam Neeson and Geoffrey Rush made a KICK ASS Valjean and Javert in the other movie.


This.
 
2013-01-04 10:23:51 AM  

Rocket To Russia: AeAe: dwrash: A movie that was supposed to be in Paris.. where the majority of the spoken lines were with thick English accents.

Kind of killed it for me.

Absolutely. Since the book was written in French, the movie should have been done in French. It should be sub-titled so non-French speakers can follow along.

Idiot.

Pardon, but you're the idiot. The movie is set in France. The peasants have cockney accents. Is it so hard to put on a French accent? You know, as actors? Did anybody making the film think about this for a second?


No. Nobody over the past 32 years, in 126 countries with hundreds of thousands of performances in nearly every language spoken on the planet has ever thought of that.
 
2013-01-04 01:16:56 PM  

T.M.S.: Rocket To Russia: AeAe: dwrash: A movie that was supposed to be in Paris.. where the majority of the spoken lines were with thick English accents.

Kind of killed it for me.

Absolutely. Since the book was written in French, the movie should have been done in French. It should be sub-titled so non-French speakers can follow along.

Idiot.

Pardon, but you're the idiot. The movie is set in France. The peasants have cockney accents. Is it so hard to put on a French accent? You know, as actors? Did anybody making the film think about this for a second?

No. Nobody over the past 32 years, in 126 countries with hundreds of thousands of performances in nearly every language spoken on the planet has ever thought of that.


Apparently not. Thank "Bob" I'm here to do the thinking.
 
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