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Stream 'Les Miserables' Movie Soundtrack - Listen Now!

Stream 'Les Miserables' Movie Soundtrack - Listen Now!

Les Miserables opened up in theaters on Christmas Day and is taking the box office by storm!

The film was the highest grossing film on the holiday with an opening day estimated total of $18 million, according to Deadline.

If you have already seen the film, let us know what you thought! If you haven’t gone yet, what are you waiting for?!

In the meantime, listen to the complete soundtrack right now, including Anne Hathaway‘s amazing rendition of “I Dreamed a Dream,” Hugh Jackman‘s “Bring Him Home,” and more.

WHAT DO YOU THINK of the soundtrack for Les Miserables?

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  • creed

    omg eddie redmayne…
    I want him nommed for an OScar!

  • http://AOL Chuck A

    Loved the movie. Anne Hathaway’s rendition of “I Dreamed a Dream” was awesome. “Master of the House” was a letdown. Good thing the ending was loud, as there was much sobbing and sniffles in the theater. Liked Samantha Banks’ performance as Apponine much better than her performance in the 25th Anniversary concert. This was almost as good as seeing it in the live theater. Just wish the audience was more responsive (lack of applause for performances), although there were applauds at the end.

    A worthy addition to the Les Mis legend.

  • Rhonda

    Went to the first showing yesterday. I had waited a year for this movie so I wasn’t waiting a minute longer. My husband doesn’t like musicals but he kept saying afterwards that is was a good movie. I’ve read many comments about Russell Crowe’s grunting (The Law isn’t supposed to be pretty.) and how terrible Anne Hathaway singing ruined “I Dreamed a Dream”. (Do people really not understand what had happened to this beautiful young lady?) I say to these people, “If you want pretty, see the play. If you want the feeling of ‘reality’ see this movie!!” My poor husband had to sit through the credits with me. I couldn’t seem to quit crying. (I’m usually not a crier.)
    This was at least a four tissue movie.

  • http://vk1355 verna

    the movie was WONDERFUL!!! going to see it again!

  • Theresa

    Tried to see the first showing, but it sold out. Still determined, I made it to the 2nd showing. Slight differences from the play, and some really harsh sceens, but I guess that is why this was a movie, and not a stage rendition. In short, fabulous! Can’t get it out of my mind. So glad I found the soundtrack on line today, so I can at least listen to it again…. and my mind shows the corresponding scene. I loved it!!! I want to see it again, and will surely own it when it comes out on DVD.

  • http://phlipsta Rebecca Phillips.

    @creed: I agree and I hope they all pick up awards they so deserve, however what award on this Earth could compare to the feeling the actors/directors/crew must feel for having accomplished such an amazing task? What they have demonstrated on screen is so much more powerful. What a memory to carry with them throughout the rest of their lives. I want this film to rack up as many awards as possible, but what I felt watching the film is such an immeasurable feeling. Each performance, each note, every production aspect touched me in such a way that keeps me fighting, ‘one day more.’ This film came at a time we all need to be reminded to do just that.

  • anonymous

    Is this it for the soundtrack?? I was hoping “Do You Hear the People Sing” (my favorite song from the musical) would be there!! And what about Eddie Redmayne’s “Empty Chairs and Empty Tables”??

    Hopefully they release another CD….

  • Jollyann

    I hate adaptations – so being a die-hard Les Mis fan from the age of 14 – I was hopeful – but my expectations were not very high.

    I am hapy to say – this was fabulously done. It weaves the original story nicely with the music beautifully. It wasn’t the stage production, or the novel for that matter – but for what it is, it was beautifully done and a nice addition to the les Mis repitore. I want to go back tomorrow!

    The only minor complaints (Sasha baron Cohen needs to choose an accent and stick with it, Marius’ voice took some getting used to) don’t even make an impact since their performances were stellar in other ways .. Bawled he whole way through. A beautiful story of triumph over circumstance for all the characters.

  • Carrick

    I am a huge fan of the stage musical. I am also a huge fan of the book. This is a stellar interweaving of the two. Nearly every new or different moment is from the book. It is an absolute masterwork. A stroke of pure genius! It is raw and real. “Pretty” isn’t what comes forth from dire circumstances. These are incredible actors who happen to sing as well. Immediately it is apparent that Russell Crowe has been very unfairly treated. He is an actor of the first calibre & his singing is well matched to his portrayal. Could they have found a better singer? Possibly. Would he have had the menace necessary to go toe to toe with Hugh Jackman? Unlikely. I will see it again soon- probably more than once. As it is enough different, it is a perfect addition for Les Mis theatre fans. I’m fairly sure it will not diminish patronage of the stage version in the least & may well increase it. Vive Les Miserables!

  • Spike

    Being a fan of stage production musicals, I was somewhat skeptical that this movie could pull it off. Frankly, I was blown completely away by the acting, singing, soundtrack, effects production,,,etc.

    Can’t think of any cast members, music, or anything I would change.

    I say, “Well done!!”

  • Ross Stacey

    A wonderful movie. Amazing how well actors can sing. They really played the dramatic parts. So different from stage shows where professional singers with attached microphones sing the perfect pitch but show little emotion

  • julie

    @anonymous: The complete soundtrack has 20 numbers. Those you mentioned are on it.

  • julie

    Just got home from seeing Les Mis for the 3rd time. Awesome and amazing are 2 words that are over-used, but in this case, they are all I can come up with. Saw the play on Broadway…excellent, but the movie fills in the gaps and helps to totally understand this wonderful story of mercy, grace and love. I will be purchasing it when it comes out on DVD…whenever that may be!!

  • Jon Battle

    Anyone know where I can get a recording of the music that plays over the credits at the end of the film. It’s a great summary of all the music. Would loved to get it,.

  • Deborah Smith

    Totally amazing!!! best film i have seen ever!!! deserves every award going, especially Hugh Jackman. cant wait to see it again.

  • Adelbert van Duyn

    Saw the movie on it’s first day of release here in South Africa. There was no applause when the movie ended because the audience was suffering from shock after experiencing the emotion that the movie elicited in all of us.

  • lyn

    I went to see this movie because of Hugh Jackman. I was not in anyway prepared for the emotional impact the story and music had on me. I was mezmorised from the opening scene to the final scene. What a wonderful experience. I dont ever remember watching a film that had such an effect on me. Lots of tears as well. Not being a great fan of Russell Crowe I was extremely impressed by his performance. In fact everyone was wonderful. I wasnt sure of the Inn Keepers scene and couldnt really tie in the humour about a situation so sad. Have now seen this film 5 times. Cry every time.