The Phantom of the Opera

The Phantom of the Opera

DVD - 2005
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Tells the story of a disfigured musical genius who haunts the catacombs beneath the Paris Opera, waging a reign of terror over its occupants. When he falls fatally in love with Christine, the Phantom devotes himself to creating a new star for the Opera, exerting a strange sense of control over the young soprano as he nurtures her extraordinary talents.
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, ©2005.
Edition: Full-screen edition.
ISBN: 9780790795409
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 141 min.) :,sound, color ;,12 cm.
digital, video, surround
video file, DVD, rda


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Dec 18, 2017

I can't explain how much I loved this musical. Emmy Rossum went and hit notes I could only dream of reaching. The music was amazing and the development of characters is just incredible. I definitely recommend this movie to any musical lovers.

Jun 24, 2017

Wonderful! Love it so so so so much! Gerard Butler and Emmy Rossum are delightful actors and beautiful singers!

Feb 11, 2017

Best ever!

SaraLovesBooks Oct 22, 2016

One of my favorite musicals of all-time has been adapted into something that is less than stellar. There is a bizarre mixed quality about this film. On the one hand, they did have a large orchestra for the music, which gave it an epic quality. The sets and costumes were mouth-watering and gorgeous. The look of the film is amazing, as is the cinematography. However, the film is a musical. It is known for its singing music. And that is where the film falls down. The singing parts really needed to be sung by people who could actually sing. Otherwise, what's the point?

Aug 01, 2016

My absolute favorite musical! Gerard Butler adds a level of humanity to the Phantom, Emmy Rossum does a wonderful job as Christine, Minnie Driver kills it as Carlotta, and there's so much more! The director of Batman and Robin redeems himself in my eyes with this wonderful film. Beautiful music, fabulous costumes, and extravagant sets, this is one not to be missed!

PCope Jun 18, 2016

Utter crap. Only Joel Schlockmeister would choose actors who can't sing for a musical. A tacky, shallow version of the glorious stage production.

Jun 18, 2016

The Best Musicals I've seen! the cast, singing, acting, story...all amazing!

Nov 09, 2015

The best of musicals. Classics! This is the 25th anniversary version. Remember to watch until the end; a lot of surprise. Excellent!

Oct 24, 2014

Bravo! Watch the opera in the comfort of your home. Lots of familiar faces in here Gerard Butler, Emmy Rossum, Minnie Driver & many more. What a treat.

Sep 22, 2014

This has to be the most wonderful and well made version of the Phantom that I have ever seen, Absolutely loved every second of this film. Didn't know Butler could sing, he is so talented and good looking as well. Emma has a voice like an angel. Must see. Excellent film.

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jamestow Jul 30, 2013

The Auctioneer when instructing to raise the chandelier :

Raul and Christine: (singing) Then say you'll share with me one love, one lifetime."

Carlotta: I'm leaving now, I'm really leaving!

marquispaul13 Jun 12, 2013

"The Phantom of The Opera is there..inside your mind".

"Can it be? Can it be Christine?"

"We're past the point of no return"

"Sing my angel of music"

"Help me make the music of the night"

Mar 01, 2013

Carlotta: (With Italian accent) And you! You're as BAD as him!

SAPPHIREBEAR15 Jun 23, 2012

Christine: Who was that shape in the shadows? Whose is that face in the mask?

SAPPHIREBEAR15 Jun 23, 2012

Christine: I remember... there was mist. Swirling mist upon a vast glassy lake... There were candles all around, and on the lake there was a boat... And in the boat, there was a man.

SAPPHIREBEAR15 Jun 23, 2012

The Phantom: A toad, madam? Perhaps it is you who are the toad...

SAPPHIREBEAR15 Jun 23, 2012

Carlotta: Your part is silent, little toad!

SAPPHIREBEAR15 Jun 23, 2012

Christine: It's him!

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Jun 17, 2013

Frightening or Intense Scenes: There Is A Few Frightening Scenes But All In All The Movie IS Excellent

Jun 17, 2013

Violence: You See A lot Of People Getting Killed By Hanging And Drowning But Its No That Bad

Feb 26, 2012

Violence: Sword fighting.

Feb 26, 2012

Frightening or Intense Scenes: A man is hanged


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SAPPHIREBEAR15 Jun 23, 2012

It is now 1881.[35] As Carlotta, the Opéra's resident soprano prima donna, rehearses for that evening's performance, a backdrop collapses without warning. "The Phantom! He's here!" the anxious cast members whisper. The Opera's new owners, Firmin and André, try to downplay the incident, but Carlotta refuses to continue and storms offstage. Madame Giry, the Opéra's ballet mistress, tells Firmin and André that Christine Daaé, a Swedish chorus girl and orphaned daughter of a prominent violinist, has been "well taught", and could sing Carlotta's role. With cancellation of the performance their only alternative, the owners reluctantly audition Christine, and to their surprise she is equal to the challenge. ("Think of Me")

May 25, 2010

Christine Daae was brought up in the Paris Opera house when her famous musician father suddenly dies, telling her he will send her and angel of music to look after her. She grows up and discovers that she is hearing a voice, telling her and teaching her to sing. She believes he is the angel of music but infact he is a disfigured genius, The phantom. He falls in love with her whilst. Although she is fasinated and drawn towards the phantom, she falls in love with her childhood sweetheart, The vicomte de changy- or Raoul. The phantom gets madly jealous, kidknapps Christine, and threatens to kill Raoul. She, to save Raoul, agrees to marry the phantom and kisses him. He then realizes what he's done and then makes Christine go with Raoul, disappearing forever.

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