Les Mis was amazing! I seriously cried every time Hugh Jackman was on the screen (singing); his acting was that powerful. You will cry throughout the whole thing; Anne Hathway's part was also powerful, and the part of Saantha Barks was also excellent and heart wrenching. You feel so bad for her, because she is almost completely selfless in the relationship, pining for him and yet letting him go with the girl he loves simply because it would make him happier. It broke my heart.
Lincoln was also amazing. It was incredibly powerful in it's use of nuance. There is one scene where Abraham gets down on the floor and makes a fire. You wouldn't think it was a big deal, right? but for some reason it was incredibly powerful. It made him look so humble, yet they were talking matters of state at the same time so that you realized the completely contrast. it was incredibly well done. not to mention the humor in the movie as well, hidden in wittily worded sentences. It was wonderfully subtle and well done. The fact there was no action or distractions really allowed the actors to shine.
Does the walker choose the path, or the path the walker?