The Phantom of the Opera User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.42

Current Rating: 4.42

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  • 5 stars I purchased this movie because it was a classic in the making. I thought the cast was great, especially casting Gerard Butler as the Phantom! People don't realize that Andrew Lloyd Webber writes rock musicals and Mr. Butler was perfect for the role.
  • i love this movie Gerald Butler is a{n} wonderful actor and has a beautiful voice!!
  • This was a beautiful movie. Everyone was superb in their roles. Hopefully we will see Gerry Butler do more of something like this. He is magnificient as the Phantom
  • It was so great! Gerald Butler was so hot and a great singer, so was Emmy Rossum and Patrick Wilson and all of the cast! I can't wait untill I get the chance to see the Musical live! I'm so going to like it since the movie was so great!
  • The music was extremely well done, the casting superb and overall was wonderful. Thank you for putting this onto dvd for us to enjoy over and over.
  • I love this movie
  • Its my favorite movie! I love it! It would be awsome if they made a secqual.......
  • I love this movie. It has so much inspiration to my heart. I cried when the phantom saw Raul and Christene were kissing.
  • An Incredible Musical Romance.
  • Phantom shows true emotion i love i, the love triangle between the three. Christines inoccents shows strongly but the sexual desire for the Phantom is a totally different personality. The love for rauol is one of true love though i love it!!!

The Phantom of the Opera

Genre:  Musical | Running Time:  143 min.
Release date:  December 22, 2004 | On DVD/VOD:  May 3, 2005

Current rating: Rating: 4.42
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Cast: Gerard Butler, Emmy Rossum, Patrick Wilson, Miranda Richardson, Minnie Driver, Ciarán Hinds, Simon Callow