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After all those months of watching Anne Hathaway look so perfectly bereft, how could we resist this movie? this movie was never going to be my favorite thing.With the exception of “On My Own” and a few others, the songs don’t resonate with me—I’ve never cared for mid-80s Broadway bombast–and I find all the French Revolution stuff both vaguely drawn and yawningly stodgy.A reader is meant to be inspired by Cosette’s salvation and horrified by Eponine’s demise. If only we could lift all the perfect little girls out of poverty, then the world would be better! As though her situation would be less tragic if she were a bitch.But as I ALSO suggested, I’m looking at this from a modern perspective. I appreciate this song-by-song breakdown from Jezebel because it sums up the high-then-low experience of watching the film. I don’t really care for the musical, and there was nothing the movie could do about that.
” Amanda Seyfried told Access Hollywood recently at the junket for her latest film, “Gone.” The 26-year-old actress, who is also a trained singer, said she grew up watching the musical. I fell in love with it when I was 11 and first saw it. I was Eponine from 11 to 15 in my head,” she explained.
“When we all sing ‘One More Day,’ I honestly don’t know how I’m not going to cry! It was like half my life that I dreamed about this and I never had any expectations of it coming true,” she told Access. ” The film also stars Hugh Jackman (Jean Valjean), Samantha Barks (Eponine), Russell Crowe (Javert), Eddie Redmayne (Marius), Aaron Tveit (Enjolras), Anne Hathaway (Fantine) and Helena Bonham Carter (Madame Thenardier.) The big screen version of “Les Miserables” is slated for release in December.
Amanda is confident that she can tackle the challenging role and music – and doesn’t care too much about any detractors she might have out there.
I would sing all the Broadway show-tunes, like, "Cabaret". He went from being affectionate, to being almost scared of me.
Our theory was that when I was singing around the house, I hit notes that hurt his little ears.