This video could have saved you $13, 2.5 hrs and having to hear Russell Crowe sing.


There are a couple key differences between the Les Miserables movie and this parody music video by James Coker and Marshall Stratton. 1.) This parody cost $61 million less to make, although hopefully they bought everyone pizza at the end. 2.) This parody limits the amount of time we have to listen to okay-but-not-Broadway-level singers to 4 minutes, as opposed to the 158-minute warble-fest starring Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, and the rocks-in-a-drying-machine stylings of Russell Crowe. Also, there's a lot less sexual assault and rich kids trying to launch social revolutions in gentrifying neighborhoods.

Sources: Coker & Stratton