Sequel to Webber's Phantom of the Opera is a missed opportunity
1 December 2012
Excerpt: Let's start out by saying that I like the Phantom of the Opera films through their various incarnations, even TV hack jobs like The Phantom of Hollywood, and I really enjoyed Andrew Lloyd Webber's stage musical (whcih I have seen about six times), and the movie made from it..
Excerpt: Yep--Nothing stuck out in this at all-In the POTO, the musical score was excellent..This score was pretty poor. I couldn't even tell you one title of a song, and I just finished watching it..Another down side to this movie...Who staples microphones to the foreheads of the actors?
Summary: Amazing, fantastic, moving, haunting, wonderful - all of these things and more. I am a real Phantom fan and was concerned after reading comments online regarding this show - have these people actually seen it?
I could watch this over and over and never get bored. The Phontom's voice was superb.
Summary: I have been waiting for this blu-ray to come out since seeing it on stage early last year. Love Never Dies is a fabulous show, and the blu-ray version does not disappoint. The colours and sharpness of picture draw you into the performance, the sound is crystal clear.