38. Les Miserables (A+)
Wow, haven't had much time for movies lately, between rewatching Game of Thrones
and studying for exams. Found time last night to watch Tom Hooper's Les Miserables
, which I bought on Blu-ray a while ago. I'm still an unabashed fan of the film, which is one of the most rawly emotional films I've seen in a long time (it's also entirely unironic, which it needed to be, but I suspect rubbed some people the wrong way). The cast is terrific, and even Crowe's less-than-great singing has grown on me, though he'll never be Philip Quast.
Home Video: 28 (+1)