Directed by Nick Morris, the film tells about a celebratory 25th anniversary concert performance of the hit musical at The O2 in London. It featured Alfie Boe as Jean Valjean, Norm Lewis as Javert, Lea Salonga as Fantine, Nick Jonas as Marius, and so on. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Les Misérables in Concert: The 25th Anniversary
A celebratory 25th anniversary concert performance of the hit musical at The O2 in London.
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Tit M (kr) wrote: de belles images mais un documentaire sans plus.
kenneth r (mx) wrote: Same i haven't heard anything about it
Trevor H (ag) wrote: From the director of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles... You heard me...Very good stuff.
Brandon P (kr) wrote: All time favorite horror movie.
Allan F (mx) wrote: A more subtle, and quite different, entry to the Rocky series.
Jun Woo P (ca) wrote: A very interesting Sci-Fi film.
John B (ca) wrote: Hmmm..boinking cousins. Not really compelling. Ted Danson should have known better and Isabella Rossellini should be condemned for making it.
Eric H (nl) wrote: First of all, it needs to be said that F For Fake is an entertaining film as quick witted as it is briskly edited and strongly featuring Orson Welles on superb form. The bulk of the film concerns the art forger Elmyr de Hory in a separate documentary made for the BBC in 1970 by Franois Reichnbach. But Welles' overdubbed introduction, his re- worked edition of Reichenbach's work and the tumbling, fragmented overlaid additions including those of his girlfriend Oja Kodar and the hagiographically soft-focused Chartres cathedral turn this into an extended solipsism of what counts as 'real'. The art 'forgeries', driven by the market might not have been forged by the artist but by the dealer - and of course, works that have been on gallery walls for years are now the art anyway. The most famous artist of them all, Pablo Picasso, is quoted as denying his own work with 'even the real Picasso can make a fake Picasso' before the film dissolves into a dubious narrative about how Oja duped the artist into producing an entire period of his own work that retrospectively he couldn't claim. All the while, Welles brings up moments in his career in his steady, articulate, confiding drawl, reminding us that he started as famous and everything declined from there - the same trajectory of fame as that 'enjoyed' by the builders of Chartres cathedral, a totem of civilisation whose provenance is entirely irrelevant. The whole film is quick, colourful, sexy and fun and rendered even more so by the light but cultured jazz touch of Michel Legrand.
Luc L (fr) wrote: An awful western film.
Nick S (gb) wrote: Quite a strange film. Part social commentary, part comedy, part heavenly fantasy. Quite unique but extremely charming and a little hard to dislike.
Sayer F (it) wrote: It keeps some of the depth of the play, and both Tennant and Stewart are great. However, some acting isn't that great and the editing was pretty poor. Shots from surveillance cameras seem random and out of place, but it's nothing atrocious. Overall, an enjoyable movie, but falls short of some other adaptions.
Andy P (gb) wrote: This high concept fantasy is a sex driven head trip with a entrancing, boldly original story and one of the most memorable instances of an actor playing themselves on film.
Colton W (jp) wrote: Wasn't all that bad before the stupid ass ending. Just a mediocre horror movie at best.