[QUOTE="Bloodseeker23"]After 5-6 months hiatus..I'm back. Hopefully someone still remembers me here haha. Anyways, I see OT is still full of religious topics as usual. :PchicknfeetWelcome back? Thanks :D. This place seems dead..it's usually active during this time...
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Nice review, I should watch it next week.
i've only seen very few theater musicals (both contemporary American, and classical Italian), and i've seen quite a few musicals in one form or another in film.
i've never seen Les Miserables until today. never say the play, never saw a film adaptation.
I gotta say, this movie - which i saw earlier today - had me in tears with Anne Hathaways singing her song "I Dreamed a Dream". and that is EXTREMELY rare for me to get physically rolling tears. i've had my heart strings tugged watching movies, shows and video games, even have my eyes watering a little bit. extremely extremely rare to have tears where i need to wipe my eyes clear.
i'm not enamored with musicals, i'm not a musician or singer, wouldn't even consider myself a novice in my understanding of what good and what's not by musical people standards. I liked Russel Crowe's songs (many people really hating on him), thought he played his part well and i loved his song "Stars" and his last song. Sacha Baron Cohen and Helena Carter brought the right amount of humor and i did laugh a little bit, I painfully felt what Samantha Barks character Eponine - having been in a similar love-situation. I got goosebumps (always a good sign in my book) several times throughout the film, whether by the music or the cinematography, especially the closing shot.
I liked the fact that it wasn't clean singing, wasn't all prim and proper type of theater. usually when they're sad and they're singing the song like that, it just hits me in the 'this is kinda funny' just by the juxtoposition of the presentation. compare that to Anne's song where she's sobbing and heaving-crying-breaths, and it's just raw with emotion, my walls just come crumbling down and i'm in the illusion of the scene and moment.
Easily my favorite musical, and that is saying a lot, and i've seen quite a few, my previous favorite was Across the Universe, but this just beats it - I think.
magnificent i thought.
really really loved it.SaudiFury
I agree. 100$ is too low. It's extremely easy to get a hundred bucks without having another dude's tongue in your mouth.
where are you going to find someone that is even going to pay you at least 100$ for a kiss?Extremely easy? Ot got some rich kids lately
Nice sig and avy, and I agree with you man. HAHAHAHA
swimming pools were definitely designed to be death traps. they serve no other purpose than to cause pain and/or death. What else can you do with a swimming pool other to cause people to drown? as a matter of fact I think that the TC is being too lenient; we should build walls sealing off all access to large bodies of water. There are so many dangers in the ocean, it's not safe. The government should care about the welfare of it's constituents and seal them off.SirWander
Same. I can't handle lotion in my skin..except when winter time I get kinda ashy and I have to put some lotion on my knuckles -_-
I can't handle lotion, but I like lip balm so long as it never has to touch my fingers. And it can't be as goopy as vaseline or it's a no-go. Stick or nothing.XilePrincess