Les Misérables

Les Misérables

The lives of numerous people over the course of 20 years in 19th century France, weaved together by the story of an ex-convict named Jean Valjean on the run from an obsessive police inspector, who pursues him for only a minor offense. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Les Misérables torrent reviews

Adrian W (kr) wrote: So stupid and cheesy

Tim J (jp) wrote: Brilliant in that it's so bad and yet so watchable. Or Waspable. Script makes less than no sense but the wasps save it. Well done you wasps. And the wasps zombies are a brilliant idea. Make a sequel.

Livia C (jp) wrote: for me it was nice....

Leo L (kr) wrote: Very interesting! Touching!

Don S (de) wrote: A very tame and extremely lame attempt at a horror/thriller based on true events. I'm hard-pressed to find a reason for the R rating. The effects, which are very few, are poorly done (mostly just make-up), the story moves too slowly and is taken over by subplots that are uninteresting even if they become important late in the movie. The acting is poor too; surprisingly Julie Delpy even seemed to sleepwalk through it.

Eliabeth S (gb) wrote: I love this movie! best chick flick ever!

Augustine H (ca) wrote: I will say it's a good film, but not as great as the provocative "Secrets and Lies" as this film moves rather slowly from time to time. But Imelda Staunton did give a convincing performance of the pitiful Vera Drake, particularly for the part after her unknown side was unveiled.

Sherika S (us) wrote: i watched the movie Darna Zarore Hai and it was stupid it wasnt even scary so i thought this one would be stupid to lol

Nick B (ag) wrote: Pretty weak. Giving Jiminy Glick his own movie was a pretty bad idea. worth watching though for his interview with Steve Martin and Kurt Russel some funny blopers aswell.

Jacek S (kr) wrote: John Cassavetes' final film, "Love Streams", may not be his best work, it may not even come close to such brilliant pictures like "Faces" or "Woman Under the Influence" that he's made in the past, but the vitality of the vision-- the energy and wit of it, stays the same. What is always great in Cassavetes' cinema, here remains untouched: the truthfulness of the characters, free-floating plot, openness for the moments of honesty, humour turned constantly into tragedy and backwards with the speed of light. "Love Streams" is uncompromising in a way it deals with the form, and it is acted brilliantly throughout. For instance, you won't forget the scene in which Cassavetes, playing a father, drunk and angry, talks to his kid son. It may be the most powerful scene he's ever done as a writer, director and actor. It is indescribable, one just have to see it.An exhausting trip into humanity served by one of the greatest of humanist filmmakers.

Charmaine P (ru) wrote: Really enjoyed this movie. Love James Garner!!!!

Brian K (jp) wrote: Does not hold a candle to the original. This is what I like to call, "Hoakey"

Karsh D (ag) wrote: Harryhausen with his usual high quality fx is the real star of this sinbad film.