Sunday, February 24, 2013

The French Are Revolting!

I know. They're disgusting!

Just a little Mel Brooks humor for midnight. We are past the halfway point with only four movies left, and we just finished Les Miserables. The timeless classic of redemption, singing, and French Revolution. Also, Russell Crowe, who's really not that bad. I say this because I'm physically afraid of him.

Great movie. We all enjoyed it, had a great time, and only sang along to half the songs, and a good time was had by all. The movie is spectacular, and if Anne Hathaway doesn't win all the awards, there's no justice. I say this because I'm afraid of her, also she has terrible taste in men so I'm right up her alley.

The movie does justice to all the characters, songs, and sets, especially my favorites the Master of the House and his Wife, who is played by Helena Bonhman Carter playing Helena Bonham Carter.

All enjoyable. Next we head to Zero Dark Thirty, the third movie where the ending is spoiled by historical events. Fourth if you pretend Django was real.


  1. I still say Russel Crowe WAS that bad. He is really my only complaint about that movie, everything else was spot on. They should have cast Christopher Lee. I don't care if he's old, we have computers for that these days, and that geezer can SING!

  2. I just don't think he was horrible. He's not great, and his voice would be wonderful in another roll, like Rock of Ages, or Spring Awakening, or anything else. I still think he commands the presence of Javert, but no, he didn't have the voice.