Who knows what makes things funny? Is that a scientific field, like humorology or some such?
If you are one of those people, please tell me why I can’t watch this nine-second video without breaking into insane giggles, even though I KNOW WHAT’S COMING EACH TIME?
These actually were released earlier this week, but I haven’t shared them till now because I was too busy watching them each a million times over.
On December 25, I’ll be in Montana — there best be a movie theater with semi-decent sound showing this! Though, sad to say, I don’t think the most exquisite Dolby Surround will make Russell Crowe’s voice sound anything more than passable. And even that’s being kind.
For your belt-along-enjoyment:
I’ve always been obsessed with musicals. My mom took me to see shows from an early age, and I quickly fell in love with it all: the catchy tunes, witty lyrics, and above all, the thrill of pure (melo)drama that’s so strong that, at its best, actually leads you to believe that a character has no other option than to simply burst into song. So it’s no surprise that while I’ve loved many a show over the years, I often return to Les Misérables, one of the most epic, consuming stories ever set to song. I’m not picky about my Les Miz intake either: the stage show is breathtaking, but as some of my college roommates know all too well, I’m even satisfied with constant rewatches of the taped 10th anniversary performance, where the show wasn’t even staged fully, and the actors simply walked up to a microphone and sang their parts. Chills, still.