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The Phantom of the Opera...as you've never seen it before!

The Phantom of the Opera was based on true events...Sometime after the events of the novel, Christine Daae, the heroine, gave birth. A CULT rose up to protect the truth of the child's lineage. Years passed, and fact became fiction...people forgot...until now. Eric Nelson (Doug Kisgen) is a reporter for the Daily Epoch, hot on the trail of a story that could change everything you know about the novel. As he gets closer to the truth, the CULT moves to stop him, and Eric begins visualizing his life paralleling the events in the novel. Will he expose the truth in time?
Directed by JOHN WOOSLEY, the film also stars Lisa Mader as Eric's wife Kristen, and Jordan Baranowski as their new neighbor Raymond. This film will challenge everything you know about a story that has inspired books, musicals, and films...

Special Features: 15 Deleted Scenes/ Alternate Ending/ Test Footage/ Trailers

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  • Actors: Doug Kisgen, Lisa Mader, Jordan Baranowski, Anita Cordell, Helen Asbury
  • Directors: John Woosley
  • Writers: Jason Vivone & John Woosley
  • Producers: John Woosley
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Lighthouse Limited Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: May 18, 2009
  • Run Time: 48 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002A9JXRA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,478 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Angel of Music" on IMDb

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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By D.N. on August 7, 2009
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To be quite honest, whoever expects a Hollywood epic from this movie will be disappointed. This does not mean that the film is worse than his predecessors or worse than it's successors will be. It is an attempt to show the story from a different angle, and in this, it succeeds.

The main point in the plot is a certain association, or CULT, whose main goal is to keep the secret of Christine Daaé's bloodline by any means necessary.

The reporter, Eric Nelson, comes dangerously close to this secret. So close, that the CULT is forced to take action. Eric's ambition ultimately culminates as the events of the past begin to project themselves to present day. Erik, the "Phantom of the Opera" and Christine's "Angel of Music", is apparently still ubiquitous and he begins to exercise his power over Eric Nelson.

The movie promises to change everything you ever knew about the "Phantom of the Opera". However, this promise is only fulfilled if the audience is not familiar with the many versions of the theme. If you are, then it is certainly a new insight and some food for thought. For the connoisseur, however, is not an innovative perspective of the events. The idea that the characters of today parallel the characters of the past is not new. On the other hand, the idea to create a cult that exists to protect Christine's bloodline is a somewhat unusual and different view of things. Unfortunately, this only gets interesting when flashbacks / visions link the events together and seemingly everyone gets a place in history. This leaves the question - and this is certainly not a disadvantage - whether they are really just visions, or if there are some ideas of "rebirth" and "reunion in the next life" to be addressed. Therefore, there is a lot of room for speculation.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By we are two on October 22, 2011
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I agree completely with Randy Marten's advice not to waste your money on this amateurish production. Fortunately, I only rented it on Instant Video rather than purchasing it. I didn't have high expectations before watching it, but thought it would at least be entertaining. It was not.

Everything Randy Marten wrote in his review is true. I would just add that I could have forgiven the abysmal acting and cheap sets if the story had been at all interesting or original. This is just a painful, boring crossover fan fiction of Phantom of the Opera and The Da Vinci Code. Even if you love both of those stories, you won't love this one.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Randy Martens on March 3, 2010
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...because it's a low-quality, terribly written, poorly acted 45-minute amateur production that adds NOTHING meaningful, original or compelling whatsoever to the storyline of Gaston Leroux's original 1911 novel nor Andrew Lloyd Webber's 1986 popular musical stage adaptation.

It is just slightly better than if it had been written and produced over a weekend by school children on a cheap video camera for a class project. And I literally mean that: 6th graders could come up with a more compelling storyline than this movie has, which essentially is a hodge-podge of mostly unrelated scenes that are poorly filmed and edited together, do little to advance the basic "secret" of the story, which, once revealed, is extremely underwhelming, leaving me with the thought, "OK, so what?"

That a modern day cult would kill to keep this secret hidden, which is an integral part of the story, is hardly likely.

I've been a "Phantom of the Opera" fan for many years now and admit that I was somewhat intrigued by the other positive reviews of "Angel of Music," so I recently bought a used copy of this DVD and watched it last night, perhaps hoping to be surprised, yet not expecting too much, so my expections weren't all that high to begin with.

But the basic story of this amateurish tripe is absolutely pathetic with no substance or meaningful point whatsoever. It was a total waste of $10 and 45 minutes of my time. I even viewed some of the "features" on the DVD, and they were even worse than the main production, which is hard to imagine!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Gambichler on October 22, 2013
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Wow....I love phantom of the opera but this was....there are no words other then bad, wish I hadn't spent the money to rent it.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Nicole on August 14, 2012
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When I saw the summary I thought it sounded interesting. I was curious to see why the filmmakers would give Christine Daae's bloodline the importance that it suggested, but the film never offers a sound reason (it does give a reason, but it doesn't justify the importance of the bloodline and why a cult would be so protective of it ... or maybe I missed something?). The acting is wooden and awkward while the script is cringeworthy and the sets are not impressive. I'm not a fan of the use of green screen for backdrops, and this technique is used several times. Overall, it felt like a group of phans wanted to make a film about the Phantom without having a real good reason to do so. I certainly think that there could be much more to the story, and I'm open to believing that Eric and Christine were real people, but this film doesn't add anything to the legend that already exists (outside of the weak bloodline plot).

I wasn't expecting a masterpiece, and I'm certainly not a pro, but I'm familiar enough with the worlds of indie filmmaking and writing to know that this piece dropped the ball before it was ever in the air. I do give the cast and crew credit for putting their resources into this, but the quality of the overall film is just bad all around. If you're already familar with the basics behind the Phantom then I'd say skip this and check out some phan fiction instead.
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