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Les Miserables
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Les Miserables 1997

From Amazon: Frenchman Jean Valjean (Liam Neeson), imprisoned for stealing bread, is paroled after nearly two decades of hard labor. A gift of silver candlesticks from a kindly priest helps him begin anew. Forging a decent and profitable existence, he finds success as a businessman and as the mayor of a small town. He even takes in a pregnant young woman (Uma Thurman) and raises her daughter as his own. When a former prison guard (Geoffrey Rush) recognizes Valjean, his past catches up to him. Director Bille August culls mesmerizing performances from his cast, but loses us with an ending that panders to teen audiences. The focus shifts dramatically, and...

Directed By:
No image existsBille August
Written By:
No image existsRafael Yglesias
Liam NeesonLiam Neeson
Geoffrey RushGeoffrey Rush
Uma ThurmanUma Thurman
Claire DanesClaire Danes
No image existsParis Vaughan
Hans MathesonHans Matheson
No image existsReine Brynolfsson
No image existsMimi Newman

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Les Miserables Movie Review by Douglas (7/14/2007)

Whenever a stage musical is made into a movie, the resulting product is always in doubt. For example, Evita came across on the screen as silly (despite very good music) and Phantom apparently was a box office failure despite trying to be true to the stage version. When I saw Les Miserables on stage in LA, I didn't grasp...

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