The Phantom of the Opera (2004)

8/10
The Phantom of the Opera is one of the most beloved musicals in history. Hollywood never had a chance to produce this iconic show, until 2004. In one of the weirdest decisions ever, a bunch of rather unknown “singers” landed lead roles and the story kinda bombed after that. The only saving grace for this film is the props, costumes, and opera house. Andrew Lloyd Weber finally got an opportunity to enhance the surroundings of his love story, which is really the only enjoyable part of this movie that doesn’t give The Music of the Night the justice it deserves.

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