Love Never Dies (2012)

5/10
I often say that sequels are terrible ideas and ruin their predecessors. Love Never Dies tarnishes the legacy of The Phantom of the Opera and all its characters. Some of the music is beautiful, yet this story is creepy and more scary than what you would expect from a story about love. Once you watch this, it is extremely hard to look back at the original story and feel the same way. Many of the characters change their complexity and attitudes which allow us to see them differently, but let’s just say it’s not for the best.

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