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The Phantom of the Opera - this is a de luxe film for comfortable movie theaters
The story of the evil genius, ugly and insane dweller of the Paris Opera depths told by French criminal reporter Gaston Leroux and published in 1910 became classic long ago, Vremya Novostei writes. The Phantom of the Opera has been associated with the Broadway stage for almost 25 years. Andrew Lloyd Webber's beat all records of box-office takings and was proclaimed the show of the century and a symbol of high-class entertainment. Joel Schumacher's film with a $40 million budget is also a sample of luxurious cinematography. It resembles a huge expensive chocolate box dressed with a black ribbon. The Phantom (Gerard Butler) looks rather smooth, even when unmasked. John Travolta and Antonio Banderas wanted to play this role. The latter even learned all arias. The Phantom of the Opera is a beautiful but tiresome sight, like a long slowly burning candle. This is a de luxe film for comfortable movie theaters. It can be regarded as a high society event.
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