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Deep in the passageways below the Paris Opera lives a lonely, talented, horribly disfigured man who revels in terrorizing the theater's employees as The Phantom of the Opera. But when the masked Phantom sees young Christine Daaé, his heart melts. He secretly trains her, transforms her into a star ... and loves her. But when she cannot return his affection, as her heart already belongs to another, all the pain that the Phantom has held within is revealed with horrifying results.]]>
If you have not seen the play I believe that you will find the movie ok, you might even like it.
I saw the stage performance at The Majestic, NYC in 2000. Read more
My favorite movie!!! I saw the play before the movie and I understood the play much better after I saw the movie. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Phyllis Randazzo
Good interpretation but lacks the passion of the broadway performance. The songs still move the human heart, however. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Susanna Helmers
I think this version is the best version of The Phantom of the Opera!Published 7 days ago by DVcoyle
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|meaning of the rose and ring||
The ring was given to the Phantom because it was given to Christine my Raoul. She felt pity for the Phantom and gave her part of her married life which was her engagment ring. It sort of signified that she would always remember him. There were no properities involved since Christine seemed to... Read More
Jan 17, 2009 by Shannon Ryan | See all 10 posts
he turns the Phantom into a person that is mysterious yet appealing to Christine. He is seductive, sexy, reassuring. Is he the best singer in the world, no but he is the best singer for this role, What he lacks in technique he makes up for in his ability to make you feel his pain
May 13, 2015 by Galen D. Estep | See all 4 posts
To the original poster.... what were you expecting? It is a mysterious story, all of the items you read have been in previous films in way or another. I have a feeling you saw this not knowing what the story was about.
Feb 14, 2014 by musicmaestro | See all 5 posts
|which phantom of the opera is this?||
This is the 2005 film adaptation of the 1988 Broadway musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber, which is currently the longest running show on Broadway.
Apr 19, 2006 by Geoffrey Emerson | See all 7 posts
|Is the bonus disk worth the price??||
Definitely. It has the history of the STAGE Phantom and it's great to see Crawford and Brightman in the roles. Makes the DVD cast pale by comparison, though. If your wife watched the stage version, then the two-disc version is a must.
Jan 26, 2011 by T. Florio | See all 4 posts
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