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  • I would completely agree with the Mexican press

    • by Emily Valentino
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      Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera came to the big screen in 2004, and it was an incredible success. I had the priviledge of seeing it in the theatres while in Mexico, and even there, in a foreign tongue, it received rave

      reviews.

      I would completely agree with the Mexican press.

      The film is wonderfully done, the actors are flawless, and the music is breathtaking.

      Emmy Rossum, the young actress who plays Christine Daaie, is only sixteen years old, yet you would never guess it ...


      • from her performance.

        When she sings you absolutely float away into a sea of heavenly sound.

        You’ll forget where you are, just mesmorized by her voice.

        The fact that she’s gorgeous doesn’t hurt either.

        She doesn’t have to carry this musical alone though.

        Her male counterparts are equally flawless; Patrick and Gerald do fantastic performances.

        Webber’s director, whose name I can’t remember, brought a life and vitality to this production.

        The lighting, the sound, the costumes, the set, all are beautiful.

        You’re missing out if you miss this film.




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