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I watched the movie and am in the fandom and I still have no clue who the actual heck General LaMarque is.

Why Cosette Is Really A Heroine. *stands up and gives a round of applause* I always loved Cosette. She doesn't get nearly the love from the fandom that she deserves.

Why Cosette Is Really A Heroine. *stands up and gives a round of applause* I always loved Cosette. She doesn't get nearly the love from the fandom that she deserves.>>> okay I wasn't really a Cosette fan but now I am

Okay, first I cried, and then I laughed because it sounds like a kid's cartoon. "What is big and red? Clifford! No, I mean Enroljas!"

I always thought the 2 coffins stood for Gavroche and Eponine. They were both the first innocents killed in the war who who you wouldn't expect to be killed. A child and a womn

Courfeyrac :(  a school boy who had never held a gun

I think it's a good thing I've only seen the concert version.lots of sad singing, but no heart-wrenching details like this :'(

Les Miserables

What version are we talking about here? I've never seen anyone but Courfeyrac or Grantaire carry Gavroche back.

I'm gonna go cry right now... The Barricade Boys should have been in the movie so much more than they were. You barely get to know them before they're dead. The movie dosen't tell you that Joly is studying to be a Doctor, or that Marius went to lawschool! You dont know that when Marius first met everyone he ended up going home with Courf because he had no where to stay. They should have been in the movie more I tell you!

FEELS ARE PERMANENTLY BROKEN. Talk all you want of other scenes, but the frightened boys begging for life and being denied it by those who helped them earlier?

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