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Tom Hooper’s thunderclap revamp of the long-running stage show, based in turn on Victor Hugo’s doorstop of a novel, is cinema as battering ram: it slams into your gut 24 times a second until all you can do is roll over and roar along.Hooper, hot off The King’s Speech, has made an enormous musical of enormous songs, sung by some of the most enormous-looking faces to have ever appeared on a cinema screen.Jackman is Jean Valjean, a chain gang slave who skips parole to reinvent himself as mayor of Montreuil.He is thereby caught up in the tragic story of Fantine (Anne Hathaway), a seamstress who falls on hard times, and her angelic daughter Cosette (Isabelle Allen).The entire Hollywood cast, including Hugh Jackman, Crowe and Amanda Seyfried, sang live on set, and Oscar-winning Crowe, who plays Javert in the film and has released his own pop albums in the past, said: "Sure it could have been sweetened, [director] Tom Hooper wanted it raw and real, that’s how it is." Lambert, 30, finished runner-up on the eighth season of American Idol and his subsequent album For Your Entertainment sold 198,000 copies in America in its first week.
The nod to Maria Falconetti’s brimming eyes and bottomless pathos in The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928) is howlingly immodest, and yet Hathaway lives up to it.
He also said the voices should have been "studio recorded and sweetened".
Lambert had criticised Tom Hooper's new movie musical, insisting Les Misérables "suffered massively" due to its all-star cast "pretending to be singers".
Anne Hathaway has revealed that she was "blown away" by the cast of the film.
The movie adaptation features a star-studded cast that includes Hugh Jackman.
During a close-up of Hugh Jackman at the prologue’s climax, I could have comfortably curled up inside one of the actor’s nostrils.