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January 04, 2005

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I think "The Phantom of the Opera" is the best broadway musical, and the best movie in the entire world me and my friend ariel watch it like every day and still can not get enough of it. The top thing on my birthday list which is July 27 is "The Phantom of the Opera" soundrack!! I can't wait to get it!! i Just wanted to tell ya'll how much ariel and i adore this movie!!! we love Gerard Butler in this movie!!!!!! He has the song of an angel!!!!(The angel of music that is) also i think all the other cast members that were casted in this movie were absolutely perfect for the part!! Emmy Rosssum did an awesome performance in this terrific movie!!!


Thanks for listening,
Katie Beth and Ariel

COME ON ANDREW WE ALL KNOW THAT MICHEAL CRAWFORD IS THE ONLY GREAT PHANTOM AND SOME HOW SOME WHERE THAT THE PHANTOM SHOULD SHOULD WIN THE HEART OF CHRISTINE AND GET MARRIED AND LIVE A HAPPY LIFE TOGETHER. EVEN IF HE HAS TO HAVE HIS FACE FIXED

Yeah, come on Andrew! Give us a happy ending!

Oh yeah, a man who's responsible for the death of innocents, a stalker and an obssessed madman should get exactly what he wants. He lost Christine, he eventually got over it and lived on. The ending was happy enough thank you very much!

Thank you for not giving the Phantom's part to Michael Crawford!

Um, you're welcome?

I TOTALLY DISAGREE WITH THIS REVIEW!!! though we r all entitled 2 our opinions I find it quite rude. i believe it was fantastic! i have seen and heard the stage production, but what reall y blew me away was this movie. Sure there are a few mistakes, but blam schumacher, NOT the amazing cast. They did a terrific job, but this is ALW's fault. He is the one who wanted it this way.

I actually liked the musical. Alas, the movie was just painful. I went with my girlfriends, and I think there were three instances when the theatre erupted into giggles. One was Raoul's romance-novel cover ensamble, and the fact that he then lept onto a convenient white horse. I had to buy my friends a round to make up for inflicting the movie on them.

Ouch. I've never seen a movie version of a musical that actually had all of the subtle background sub-plots REMOVED before...Minnie Driver as mean-girl Diva Carlotta was the only bright spot.

Im a huge fan of the book and the musical. I live in NYC so I see this Phantom Of The Opera A LOT. I have the soundtrack with Michael Crawford and Sarah, T-shirts, a mask (lol), and posters. I will not even go near the movies soundtrack. Whoever plays The Phantom (I dont even care enough to say the actors name, if you call that acting). The worse thing was that had no voice! Im sure they could have gotten someone who could have played it much better. My favorite Phantom as of now is John Cudia and then Michael Crawford. They ruined Music of the night. I really had to step out of the room, my mom had a pained look on her face during the whole thing . They took away all of the little things I liked and I couldn't feel the Phantoms essence. I would recommend that you see the musical and read the book. Skip this movie, it will just make you want to slap the director and screen-writer across the face. Hard. Oh and his his face was not that bad. They could have done SO MUCH better and really turned this into something bigger then it already is. The play is what holds a lot of the magic for me. Im getting upset just writing this .-.

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