Les Miserables

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Saffy

Les Miserables

Second viewing this evening and enjoyed it even more (understood more this time). Don't think I've ever seen a show/film that has stirred the emotions like this before .

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Essex Girl

Les Miserables

How long does it last, Saffy?

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Saffy

Les Miserables

It's about 2 1/2 hours EG. I've seen it both times with a group of girlfriends. Wine, nibbles and chocolate on ready supply :o)

It's a definite hanky job.

I just wish the girls would come and see it with me, I'm sure they'd love it.

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Essex Girl

Les Miserables

I'd just be a bit worried about falling asleep, even though it sounds like something I'd enjoy. Do wish I could stay awake in the cinema!

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Liz from Cumbria

Les Mis

I'm another one who falls asleep in cinemas. I have to admit though that I'd much rather read a book than watch a film, Les is the total opposite!

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Saffy

Les Mis

I regularly fall asleep at the cinema but this isn't that sort of film. The singing can be criticised (and has been) but if you just accept that it's bloomin' good actors doing a bit of singing and just lose yourself in it, you will enjoy it.

Anne Hathaway singing I Dreamed a Dream is just so moving. I hadn't seen the show, didn't know the storyline or heard any of the songs before but I have been blown away by it.

The last time I saw a film twice at the cinema was back in 1981, I was 13 and the film was Grease!

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JAMES

Les Miserables.

Sorry, but I can't think of anything I'd less want to see. Well, maybe Jersey Boys at the theatre.........

XX

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Saffy

Les Mis

Each to their own James..... the thought of spending more than five minutes at a Kylie concert brings me out in a cold sweat!

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JAMES

Les Miserables.

You are so coming with me next time she tours......................

:)

x

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Saffy

Les Mis

As long as you provide plenty of towels to ease the cold sweats!

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queen jean

les mis

im with james def not my cuppa tea to see it .but my mother in law would sit through it and love it.
i am wanting to go see the film called impossible ,my pal wen to see it and she said it was very good.

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Queen of Puds

Les Miserables

I'm in two minds. I don't like musicals, but this one intrigues me & never having seen the stage version I don't have any preconceptions, but I can't persuade anyone to go with me, so I'm still debating.

On a conncected note, went to see Life of Pi in 3D a few weeks ago. Not read the book, but OH has. (And OH reads some - frankly - daft books.) It was very pretty & all that but ultimately just not exactly memorable as a story or even as an allegory. And once I'd had the thought 'Why isn't the boat full of tiger shit?', I just couldn't get it out of my head ....

I think Les Mis must be better than that!

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Dolores

Les Mis

Daughter & I went to see the show & it was absolutely fabulous. Daughter & friend (who has also seen the show) both agreed the show was definitely better than the cinema version.

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JAMES

Les Miserables.


" As long as you provide plenty of towels to ease the cold sweats!
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Hot date! :)

X

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sandra

Les Mis.

Veering off subject but cannot bear going to the cinema these days.

Have no idea why audiences feel the need to eat and drink without pause throughout the film. Drives me mad !

 
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