I was lire Charles Dicken's A Tale of Two Cities and I notice that it reminds me of Les Miserables in a way, ready to read my observation?
A Tale of Two Cities
Since they're set in France, many of the characters reminds me of their Les Miserables counterparts! Like Doctor Manette reminds me of Jean Valjean, due to the fact that they were prisoners. Unlike the latter, Doctor Manette suffers from a relapse throughout the story which prompted Mr Lorry to destroy the shoe making bench. The Defarge reminds me of the Thenadiers, unlike the latter, the Defarge are not corrupted. Madame Defarge...
So I watched the musical Les Miserables, a few months ago, and while I did l’amour the movie overall, I noticed there were characters that I absolutely adored, and others I just hated, and some that were just meh.
Keep in mind I have not read the novel, so ours with me!
I honestly adored her when she was a child, but I hated adult her. She was super boring, a Mary Sue, annoying and an global, ensemble bad character! For one, her relationship with Marius annoys me and comes out of nowhere. Another thing I dislike about her is that she leaves the Thenaiders, but she just acts like it never...
Okay, I basically know that these 2 songs were written specially for the movie. So here are my reasons on why Suddenly and it's reprise should be included in the stage version ou not.
It should be in the Stage Version
As some of us (including myself) had seen the stage and watched the movie, I personally think that the song really should be in the stage version, because it shows that it's Valjean's moment and he's telling us that is going to be a father for the first time and telling us that he will try his best despite it was not the right time to tell Cossette about his past. I also personally...