Set 10 years later, the Phantom has escaped from Paris to New York where he lives amongst the joyrides and freak shows of Coney Island. He has finally found a place for his music to soar, all that is missing is his love Christine Daaé. In a bid to win back her love, the Phantom lures Christine, her husband Raoul, and their young son Gustave from Manhattan, to the glittering and glorious world of Coney Island... they have no idea what lies in store for them... You truly haven’t experienced Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Love Never Dies until you see this spectacular new Australian production, filmed at Melbourne’s iconic Regent Theatre.
Writer:Andrew Lloyd Webber, Ben Elton, Glenn Slater, Frederick Forsyth, Charles Hart (libretto revisions), Gaston Leroux (characters created by)
Having relocated to a vivacious amusement resort in Coney Island, The Phantom of the Paris Opera House uses a pseudonym to invite renowned soprano Christine Daaé to perform. She and her ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Daniel M (br) wrote: Caught the second half of the movie and enjoyed it. 3.5/5
Ho Lee P (kr) wrote: This is a gem of a movie for the audience that appreciates off-beat Foreign CinemaThis is comedy of errors with tremendous potential squandered with mediocre humor. Though the plot of the movie has a lot of promise its a letdown in Screenplay and dialogue. This is a light hearted movie which is funny at times but could have been hilarious .Also the character actors are better than the main cast and there roles could have been much meatier than diluted . Granda Matsak and Hovnatann are by far the best actors in the movie and are a thrill to watch. My Favorite line is from Grandpa Matsak " Is the door locked ? "Those two character make this movie worth a watch they have done a splendid job . Most of the Humor is derived from these 'fresh' characters. Lot of Potential but fails in execution
Calem M (ca) wrote: Absolutely brilliant. Do I have to say anything else?
David H (fr) wrote: A very simple, enjoyable film.
Ashley S (mx) wrote: Awesome movie, but not for kids
John R (de) wrote: Not entirely successful in adapting the very non-narrative book, but what film of this could be? About as close as you could get, however. I would advise reading the book beforehand and looking at this as a very full supplement. Definitely worth watching, in any event. Not for those who are easily disturbed(more for its general tone; the title is actually a reference to Ballard's metaphor for life itself, not an indication of gore or anything) or averse to experimental film.
Ida K (de) wrote: Another SNL skit that sucked as a movie!
Joe B (it) wrote: I'm all about the Kaurismaki. This movie asks us about what is really important in life, the individual life that we choose for ourselves, or the people with whom we share it.
Justin T (us) wrote: Not the type of movie you watch for the acting (which is terrible) or story (which isn't anything special) but for the dancing (which is plentiful). I was mildly entertained by this cheesy 80s flick.
Walter C (br) wrote: It's a coming of age story that takes place in a town where dirt bike racing is popular. All the characters are well defined and there are a handful of nice little moments that make this movie better then most coming of age stories.
Orlok W (es) wrote: The cream of the cult-crop--An animated masterpiece!!
Colm O (kr) wrote: Reasonable movie about sex and drugs and rock n' roll set in Ibiza; best part by far though is the Pink Floyd soundtrack.
Syed R (jp) wrote: It took me this long to watch the very first zombie film and it pretty much delivers. Bela Lugosi is damn mesmerizing as a voodoo master.
Don P (fr) wrote: One of the Hitchcock five, and the one that's taken me all this time to get around to viewing it. It is quite simply bizarre. In no way like any other of the masters work and only works when you realise it is his 'Waiting For Godot' (as has been noted by other critics). Once you 'get' the sway of the dialogue and the light dance of the photography and music (Burks and Herrmann respectively) it is rather likeable and strange, strange, strange. A singular black comedy fairytale, surreal and odd, a Sunday afternoon movie with a corpse at its heart.