That is all.
I don't know why, but I just love this scene. Probably something to do with the intense cello battle.
You, sir, have made a powerful enemy. Never cross the Les Mis fandom; they can and will shoot you with 19th century French rifles.
I think a lot of people in the comments have totally missed the point of this film. It's supposed to show how the human imagination is the scariest conceivable thing device, because everyone imagines the Blair Witch to be the thing that most scares them personally. Maybe if you didn't get it, you don't have a very good imagination.
Philosopher's Stone. Damn you, America.
Insult Gavroche again and I will hunt you down and kill you. Also, of course Les Amis D'ABC drink. They're students who spend most of their time in a wine shop. And one of them is an alcoholic.
I love the way the narrator is just like: "To Hell with the forth wall!" Ah, nostalgia...
I loved this when I was little!
I actually screamed. This show gave me nightmares when I was little.
I love the way everyone's arguing the toss about his accent. I'm English, and I think it's safe to say it's a quite convincing Cockney (East London) accent. I didn't realise he was American until I watched some of his interviews.
Is it just me, or does that National Guard soldier...look like Hadley Fraser?
There are very few bands who can use the lyrics 'I'm going to get you, and your little dog too!' and still sound badass. Breaking Benjamin is one of them.
This is amazing!
Is there a single lyrics video on YouTube left where the comments aren't full of music 'experts' complaining.
Death by cats...that's going to be a bugger to explain to the police...
I feel your pain. This one time, I casually leaned against a wall and accidentally turned off the lightswitch. When I turned the lights back on, the entire room was just glaring at me.
Omg who plays Joly?
Whoever he is, he's amazing!
I think this is possibly the best video title ever
No. If a boy told me his favourite sport was quidditch, I would marry him.