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Les Misérables: Musical Review 

The Critic, Paw and Oancitizen review the 2012 hit musical Les Miserables. Paw loves it, Oan hates it, and the Critic is somewhere between. Not only that, but the review is constantly hindered by guest stars Brentalfloss and Todd in the Shadows; Maven and Paw start a fling, and Linkara feels left out of the whole thing.

Director:

Doug Walker

Writers:

Kyle Kallgren, Paul Schuler (as Paul Dugan) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Doug Walker ... Nostalgia Critic
Kyle Kallgren Kyle Kallgren ... Oancitizen
Paul Schuler Paul Schuler ... Paw (as Paul Dugan)
Brent Black Brent Black ... Brentalfloss
Elisa Hansen Elisa Hansen ... Maven of the Eventide
Malcolm Ray Malcolm Ray ... Malcolm / Sokka
Rachel Tietz Rachel Tietz ... Rachel / Katara
Lewis Lovhaug Lewis Lovhaug ... Linkara
Todd Nathanson Todd Nathanson ... Todd in the Shadows
Leo Thompson ... That Sci-Fi Guy
Antonella Inserra Antonella Inserra ... BFF Nella
Nash Bozard ... Nash

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The Critic, Paw and Oancitizen review the 2012 hit musical Les Miserables. Paw loves it, Oan hates it, and the Critic is somewhere between. Not only that, but the review is constantly hindered by guest stars like Brentalfloss and Todd in the Shadows. Linkara feels left out, and Maven and Paw start a fling. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Talk-Show

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Trivia

Noah Antwiler (aka Spoony) reportedly appears as a screaming fan in the finale. However this has not been confirmed by any of the parties involved. See more »

Goofs

Brentalfloss is supposed to have drowned himself in the bathtub. However, the bathtub is empty. See more »

Quotes

Nostalgia Critic: That's Colm Wilkinson?
Paw: Yeah!
Nostalgia Critic: It can't be!
Paw: Why not?
Nostalgia Critic: I can understand him. He usually sounds like Sean Connery if his lips were being stretched by a rice picker.
Colm Wilkinson: [Wilkinson sings onstage] The cries in the dark that nobody hears/Here where I stand at the turning of the years?
Nostalgia Critic: I mean, shouldn't this be more like...
[imitates Wilkinson's singing]
Nostalgia Critic: Dere izh wine here to revive you/Dere izh bread to make you zhtro-ooong.
Oancitizen: [through his teeth] You will leave that man alone. He is a musical treasure.
[...]
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Connections

References The Last Airbender (2010) See more »

Soundtracks

Don't Look Right at the Screen
Written and Arranged by Brent Black
Performed by Doug Walker, Kyle Kallgren and Paul Schuler
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Best Crossover Review To-Date
8 October 2018 | by serina25801See all my reviews

The way this review opens, you expect it to be momentous.

The main reviewers are Nostalgia Critic, Paw and Oancitizen, with Brentalfloss playing a very important role. As with other major reviews, certain characters take on the characters from the movies. Paw takes on the role of Marius, while his now-wife Elisa Hansen takes the role of Cosette. Brentalfloss takes on the character of Javert with the singing voice to match that of Russel Crowe's in the actual film.

While they review the movie, they breakaway into skits that are parodying parts of the film "Les Miserables." Personal favourites are when Oancitizen dismisses Linkara and Linkara breaks into a parody of "I Dreamed a Dream", and when Rachel and Malcolm interrupt the review with their comedic rendition of "Master of the House."

There are a LOT of musical numbers in this review and each one is entertaining enough to not only hold your interest, but to the point you'll wind up singing the parodies instead of the actual songs. I can't tell you how many times I sing their rendition of "One Day More." In it are all the reviewers, Todd in the Shadows, Linkara, Brentalfloss, Rachel, Malcolm, Nostalgia Critic, Oancitizen, Paw - EVERYONE. The thing is that they make the comment that the song shouldn't overshadow the final song, but that's what this one does. It's much better and much more powerful than the final song, which is a parody of the epilogue.

Anyone who enjoys watching reviews of their favourite movies will adore this. It's one of the few reviews I keep coming back to just because of how entertaining it is. Chances are still high we'll never get another review like it.


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20 August 2013 (USA) See more »

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