I felt like so much that made the story Les Miserables unique and iconic were jettisoned for "set pieces" that did little but try to tearjerk. I should probably see the stage production. And thanks for catching my error in Dogberry's name-trying to comminicate using my phone is hell (lol). Fillion's Dogberry was unique-he caught the ridiculousness of the character, but he also had a strange dignity at times--it was really lovely. I can see why the NYTimes suggested his performance as best supporting actor nomination worthy.