Wolverine vs. Gladiator in: Les Miserables

Synopsis: Two of the greatest warriors and voices in the history of film go head-to-head to decide the victor in the sing-fight to end all sing-fights.
Genre: Action, History, Short
Year:
2012
5 min
6 Views

(DRUMS BEATING RHYTHMICALLY)

(CONVICTS GRUNTING

RHYTHMICALLY)

(SINGING)

Look down, look down

Don't look them in the eye

CONVICTS:
Look down, look down

You're here until you die

No God above

And hell alone below

CONVICTS:
Look down, look down

There's 20 years to go

I've done no wrong

Sweet Jesus, hear my prayer!

CONVICTS:
Look down, look down

Sweet Jesus doesn't care

CONVICT:
I know she'll wait

I know that she'll be true

CONVICTS:
Look down, look down

They've all forgotten you

When I get free

You won't see me

Here for dust!

CONVICTS:
Huh!

Look down, look down

You'll always be a slave

Look down, look down

You're standing

in your grave

Retrieve the flag.

(GRUNTING)

(THUDDING)

(SINGING)

Now, Prisoner 24601

Your time is up

And your parole's begun

You know what that means?

Yes. It means I'm free

No. Follow to the letter

Your itinerary

This badge of shame

You'll show it till you die

It warns you're

a dangerous man

I stole a loaf of bread

My sister's child

was close to death

And we were starving

You will starve again

Unless you learn

the meaning of the law

I know the meaning

of those 19 years

A slave of the law!

Five years for what you did

The rest because

you tried to run

Yes, 24601

My name is Jean Valjean!

And I'm Javert!

Do not forget my name

Do not forget me

CONVICTS:
Look down, look down

You'll always be a slave

Look down, look down

You're standing

in your grave

(BREATHING HEAVILY)

(PANTING)

(SINGING) Freedom at last

How strange the taste

Never forget the years,

the waste

Nor forgive them

for what they've done

They are the guilty

Everyone

The day begins

And now let's see

What this new world

Will do for me

Can I help?

A day's work?

OVERSEER:
Papers.

No work here.

MAIRIE OFFICER:
Valjean,

as a dangerous man,

you will be on parole forever.

Failure to report

means immediate arrest.

Be in Pontarlier in 30 days.

Follow him.

(EXCLAIMS IN ANNOYANCE)

(YELLING)

INNKEEPER:
Let me

see your papers.

Monsieur?

Papers.

I'll sleep in the stable.

Please, I'm hungry.

Get out.

(GROANS)

(EXHALES)

(GASPS) Hey!

(SINGING) Come in,

sir, for you are weary

And the night is cold

out here

Though our lives

are very humble

What we have

We have to share

There is wine

here to revive you

There is bread

to make you strong

There's a bed to

rest till morning

Rest from pain

And rest from wrong

Bless the food we eat today.

Bless our dear sister

and our honored guest.

(SIGHS)

(CLATTERING)

Get in there!

Put him down!

Stay there!

(GROANS)

CONSTABLE:
Monsignor.

We have your silver.

We caught this man

red-handed.

He had the nerve to

say you gave him this.

(SINGING) That is right

But, my friend,

you left so early

Surely something

slipped your mind

You forgot I gave these also

Would you leave

the best behind?

Messieurs, release him

This man has spoken true

I commend you for your duty

Now God's blessing go with you

But remember this, my brother

See in this some higher plan

You must use

this precious silver

To become an honest man

By the witness of the martyrs

By the passion and the blood

God has raised

you out of darkness

I have saved your soul for

God

(SINGING) What have I done?

Sweet Jesus, what have I done?

Become a thief in the night

Become a dog on the run

Have I fallen so far

And is the hour so late

That nothing remains

but the cry of my hate?

The cries in the dark

that nobody hears

Here where I stand at

the turning of the years

If there's another way to go

I missed it 20 long years ago

My life was a war

that could never be won

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