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The Phantom of the Opera (2004)
I'll never really like any other music again
I absolutely loved this film. It was stunning. The music was incredibly powerful and all I can think is that I will never be able to put on a CD and enjoy it in the same way.
I thought the sets were great because they were so full of colour and the part at the beginning was incredible.
It was really quite a sad story and I know I'm not the only person who was in tears or at least almost. Andrew Lloyd-Webber's work has been made into something fantastic but one of the people I went with had already seen it in the theatre and said that it was much better that way.
I think the thing that really struck me was the music which I mentioned above. It was so powerful and moving and just blew my mind.
Joel Schumacher has done a really good job of it.
I did think it lasted quite a long time but it didn't really bother me. I could stayed there for much longer.
I don't think the Phantom's face was that drastic. And I really can't understand why he hid away that much. I would have thought that with the fuss everyone was making, he was going to look truly gruesome but really I can't understand what was so repulsive about it.
It was very well written and eventually all came together. I also think Minnie Driver did a very good job of Carlotta, making her stand out, which you wouldn't expect from quite a minimal character.
I'm not sure I would recommend this film to everyone; my friend got quite bored and only really sat up during the action scenes, even though they were quite small and didn't really last for that long. I still think that this is a great film and would definitely recommend it. I am going to see it again, without a doubt.