History Heartwarming / LesMiserables2012

24th Jun '17 11:07:21 PM mouschilight
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-->'''Valjean''': ''Where I go, you will be.''
-->'''Cosette''': ''Will you be like a Papa to me?''
-->'''Valjean''': ''Yes, Cosette! This is true! I'll be father and mother to you!''

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-->'''Valjean''': ''Where I go, you will be.''
-->'''Cosette''':
''\\
'''Cosette''':
''Will you be like a Papa to me?''
-->'''Valjean''':
me?''\\
'''Valjean''':
''Yes, Cosette! This is true! I'll be father and mother to you!''



** No so much heartwarming when [[spoiler: the reason Marius says the above line is because he's mourning the fact that the woman he fell in love with (in only a couple hours) is now leaving for England, presumably never to return, which has made him suicidal, more or less]].

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** No so much heartwarming when [[spoiler: the reason Marius says the above line is because he's [[spoiler:he's mourning the fact that the woman he fell in love with (in only a couple hours) is now leaving for England, presumably never to return, which has made him suicidal, more or less]].
24th Jun '17 11:06:34 PM mouschilight
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* A serious PetTheDog moment for Javert in the film version. When he searches the bodies of the revolutionaries for Valjean, he spies the corpse of [[spoiler:Gavroche, the very boy who ratted him out, endangering his life among the revolutionaries]]. He bends over, takes off a medal he wears, and remorsefully puts it on [[spoiler:Gavroche]], as if symbolic of his growing humanity.

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* A serious PetTheDog moment for Javert in the film version. When he searches the bodies of the revolutionaries for Valjean, he spies the corpse of [[spoiler:Gavroche, [[spoiler:Gavroche]], the very boy who ratted him out, endangering his life among the revolutionaries]].revolutionaries. He bends over, takes off a medal he wears, and remorsefully puts it on [[spoiler:Gavroche]], as if symbolic of his growing humanity.
24th Jun '17 11:05:48 PM mouschilight
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* A serious PetTheDog moment for Javert in the film version. When he searches the bodies of the revolutionaries for Valjean, he spies the corpse of Gavroche, the very boy who ratted him out, endangering his life among the revolutionaries. He bends over, takes off a medal he wears, and remorsefully puts it on Gavroche, as if symbolic of his growing humanity.

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* A serious PetTheDog moment for Javert in the film version. When he searches the bodies of the revolutionaries for Valjean, he spies the corpse of Gavroche, [[spoiler:Gavroche, the very boy who ratted him out, endangering his life among the revolutionaries. revolutionaries]]. He bends over, takes off a medal he wears, and remorsefully puts it on Gavroche, [[spoiler:Gavroche]], as if symbolic of his growing humanity.



** Perhaps there is a bit of FridgeBrilliance in this--Gavroche was truly brave, risking his life to get ammo, continuing to retrieve it during the fighting and facing his death defiantly. He really does deserve that medal.
*** Also Gavroche lived inside the Elephant of the Bastille, which UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte had built and in death is given a medal that was issued by the Emperor himself.

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** Perhaps there is a bit of FridgeBrilliance in this--Gavroche this--[[spoiler:Gavroche]] was truly brave, risking his life to get ammo, continuing to retrieve it during the fighting and facing his death defiantly. He really does deserve that medal.
*** Also Gavroche [[spoiler:Gavroche]] lived inside the Elephant of the Bastille, which UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte had built and in death is given a medal that was issued by the Emperor himself.
21st Jun '17 10:58:03 AM mouschilight
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* The composition of a new song for the film, 'Suddenly', which was added to show the wonder of Valjean and Cosette quickly coming to love each other. It is ''beautiful.''

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* The composition of a new song for the film, 'Suddenly', "Suddenly", which was added to show the wonder of Valjean and Cosette quickly coming to love each other. It is ''beautiful.''



** Not any medal, but the Legion d'Honneur, the highest honour bestowed by the French government. At its creation, it was meant to reward outstanding bravery on the battlefield.

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** Not just any medal, but the Legion d'Honneur, the highest honour bestowed by the French government. At its creation, it was meant to reward outstanding bravery on the battlefield.
21st Jun '17 10:48:38 AM mouschilight
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* Fantine kissing Valjean's forehead after she thanks him for raising Cosette with love.

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* [[AnywhereButTheirLips Fantine kissing Valjean's forehead forehead]] after she thanks him for raising Cosette with love.
21st Jun '17 10:47:58 AM mouschilight
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* Colm Wilkinson, the original Jean Valjean, portrays the Bishop. The fact that his character is the one who hands the candlesticks to Hugh Jackman's Jean is like [[PassingTheTorch he's blessing the role to him]].

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* Colm Wilkinson, the original Jean Valjean, portrays the Bishop. The fact that his character is the one who hands the candlesticks to Hugh Jackman's Creator/HughJackman's Jean is like [[PassingTheTorch he's blessing the role to him]].
21st Jun '17 10:47:37 AM mouschilight
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!!2012 film



** Perhaps there is a bit of Fridge Brilliance in this- Gavroche was truly brave, risking his life to get ammo, continuing to retrieve it during the fighting and facing his death defiantly. He really does deserve that medal.

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** Perhaps there is a bit of Fridge Brilliance FridgeBrilliance in this- Gavroche this--Gavroche was truly brave, risking his life to get ammo, continuing to retrieve it during the fighting and facing his death defiantly. He really does deserve that medal.



* A meta one, Colm Wilkinson, the 'original' Jean Valjean, portrays the Bishop. The fact that his character is the one who hands the candlesticks to Hugh Jackman's Jean is like [[PassingTheTorch he's blessing the role to him]].

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!!Meta
* A meta one, Colm Wilkinson, the 'original' original Jean Valjean, portrays the Bishop. The fact that his character is the one who hands the candlesticks to Hugh Jackman's Jean is like [[PassingTheTorch he's blessing the role to him]].
21st Jun '17 12:34:07 AM mouschilight
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* How the anger and disappointment on Eponine's face disappear when Marius touches her arm and pleads with her to track Cosette down

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* How the anger and disappointment on Eponine's face disappear when Marius touches her arm and pleads with her to track Cosette downdown.
20th Jun '17 6:50:24 PM mouschilight
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** No so much heartwarming when [[spoiler: the reason Marius says the above line is because he's mourning the fact that the woman he fell in love with (in only a couple hours) is now leaving for England, presumably never to return, which has made him suicidal, more or less.]]

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** No so much heartwarming when [[spoiler: the reason Marius says the above line is because he's mourning the fact that the woman he fell in love with (in only a couple hours) is now leaving for England, presumably never to return, which has made him suicidal, more or less.]]less]].



* In another nod to the novel, when [[spoiler: Enjolras]] is cornered and about to be shot, [[spoiler: Grantaire]] appears in the doorway. He doesn't even look at the soldiers but goes straight to [[spoiler: Enjolras']] side, where they share a [[HoYay meaningful look]] before facing the soldiers together. If you look closely, at the moment before they are shot, you can see [[HoldingHands them clasp hands.]]

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* In another nod to the novel, when [[spoiler: Enjolras]] is cornered and about to be shot, [[spoiler: Grantaire]] appears in the doorway. He doesn't even look at the soldiers but goes straight to [[spoiler: Enjolras']] side, where they share a [[HoYay meaningful look]] before facing the soldiers together. If you look closely, at the moment before they are shot, you can see [[HoldingHands them clasp hands.]]hands]].



* The scene where Valjean rescues Marius is slightly different than the book or musical. [[spoiler: Originally, they came across Javert, who agreed to let them go if Valjean agreed to come into jail after he dropped off Marius at the hospital. In the movie, Javert instead refuses to let them go, points a gun at Valjean, and says that if he takes one more step, he'll fire. Valjean looks Javert in the eyes for a good ten seconds, turns around, picks up Marius, and starts walking forward. Javert doesn't fire.]]
* Seeing Marius [[spoiler: pick Cosette up and spin her around at their wedding]] is adorable. Even moreso considering how much they had suffered during the rest of the story.

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* The scene where Valjean rescues Marius is slightly different than the book or musical. [[spoiler: Originally, they came across Javert, who agreed to let them go if Valjean agreed to come into jail after he dropped off Marius at the hospital. In the movie, Javert instead refuses to let them go, points a gun at Valjean, and says that if he takes one more step, he'll fire. Valjean looks Javert in the eyes for a good ten seconds, turns around, picks up Marius, and starts walking forward. Javert doesn't fire.]]
fire]].
* Seeing Marius [[spoiler: pick Cosette up and spin her around at their wedding]] is adorable. Even moreso more so considering how much they had suffered during the rest of the story.



* [[spoiler: Seeing Marius and Cosette, happy together, surrounded by the ghosts of Valjean, Fantine, and everyone who died at the barricade during the June Rebellion at the end.]]

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* [[spoiler: Seeing Marius and Cosette, happy together, surrounded by the ghosts of Valjean, Fantine, and everyone who died at the barricade during the June Rebellion at the end.]]end]].



* A meta one, Colm Wilkinson, the 'original' Jean Valjean, portrays the Bishop. The fact that his character is the one who hands the candlesticks to Hugh Jackman's Jean is like he's blessing the role to him.

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* A meta one, Colm Wilkinson, the 'original' Jean Valjean, portrays the Bishop. The fact that his character is the one who hands the candlesticks to Hugh Jackman's Jean is like [[PassingTheTorch he's blessing the role to him.him]].
7th Apr '17 3:32:34 PM kquinn0830
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** Later on, when Valjean arrives at the barricade looking for Marius, everyone suspects him of being a spy and wants to kill him. Gavroche yells at them that he knows him and not to shoot.
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