The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall
A disfigured musical genius, hidden away in the Paris Opera House, terrorises the opera company for the unwitting benefit of a young protégée whom he trains and loves. The 25th anniversary of the first public performance of Phantom of the Opera was celebrated with a grand performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
In 1986, Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera arrived on the West End stage at Her Majesty's Theatre. Fast forward 25 years and Phantom has achieved global success, millions of viewers, a film adaptation in 2004 and a musical sequel. Now viewers have the chance to experience this phenomenal show right from their own screens. Filmed at the Royal Albert Hall, this stunning performance brings the show to a bigger stage and celebrates its role as one of the biggest shows in theatre history, with speeches, performances and appearances by the original cast and some of the show's most notable Phantoms, including John Owen-Jones and Colm Wilkinson. Starring Ramin Karimloo and Sierra Boggess, Phantom tells the story of a deformed musical genius who lives in the catacombs of the Paris Opera House. Shunned by society, the Phantom seeks revenge in cruel and often violent acts. The Phantom is in love with chorus girl Christine Daaé and has been secretly training her to replace La ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Not sure why I had never heard of this before as its a great movie. Superb character building, dialogue and acting makes the simple premise of this film very believable. Some hard to watch extremely emotional moments. The only thing I thought was a bit silly was that they had only been surviving for a few years but the house was falling apart ie the roof fell in. This would take way longer than a few years to happen. But other than that I loved this. Ellen Page is brilliant.
(es) wrote: There are some genuinely funny and well written parts and all the actors are delivering the goods, yet I couldn't help but feel this could have been shorter, more on point. It requires quite some concentration during some parts to follow the details of the caper and the entire who is fooling who. Overall enjoyable, especially the use of music, but slightly overrated compared to Russell's other works.
(br) wrote: It's good to see a vampire romance that really works; this film revels in its creepy atmosphere and has a wonderful performance from Chloe Moretz.
(mx) wrote: Prettay, prettay, prettay good.
(kr) wrote: Big B's & the kids acting were top notch. The movie was good in the first half but got bored in the 2nd half...
(ca) wrote: See... in movies like 'Sister Act 2' or 'School of Rock' you tend to root for the underdogs because you see them practicing really hard to win the competition all throughout the movie. However in this movie, you barely even see these guys practicing their moves. Most of the time they were just goofing off or dealing with personal issues. This was a movie where I wanted the underdogs to lose because they deserve to lose, and I'm glad they did. One star for justice has been served.
(es) wrote: Ok. It was ur basic Highlander plot. I psychopathic Immortal, attempts to be the last by killing Immortals without bias. Good. Evil. He just wants their Quickening. They even re-enforced the "There Can Be Only One" credo, by having Duncan face Conner, to the death. (Now , that ruled!) But here's my problem, and to me it's a doozy. We've been told, that Immortals will never fight on Holy Ground. That not even the most evil of them would NEVER break that one rule, for it would bring about a catastrophe that would threaten the world. And what happens in this movie? They have Jacob Kell walk into a sanctuary for Immortals, created on Holy Ground, and behead not just one- but several helpless Immortals. And nothing happenes. I mean nothing. NOTHING!!!!! (In an episode of the series, Duncan discusses it with Joe Dawson, being that he is apart of a enigmatic group of observers (Watchers) who chronicle the life of the Immortals they're assigned to. He made reference that the legendary volcanic erruption on Pompe' was the result, of an Immortal killing on Holy Ground.) SO, WHAT THE HELL? WAS IT A LIE? COME ON!
(mx) wrote: Its my favourite movie. It has all the genres from action, comedy, emotional, funny, dramatic, suspense and all the others you can think of. Yeah, of course don't forget the romantic genre.
(ru) wrote: So BORING! Very unfunny... Why Batman? Why? Wait... WHY EGON!?!? WHY!!!!!!??????
(ag) wrote: If you enjoy the type of story where a psycho killer is running effortless rings around everyone else in the cast, then you may get a thrill from this movie. Those were the days....
(it) wrote: Not horrible, but would have been much better had it followed Whedon's original vision. It's still a very fun flick if you're not comparing it to the TV series. It's cast is good, the star being Paul Reubens. I mean come on. PAUL REUBENS as a GOD DAMN VAMPIRE! How bad can it be. In all seriousness, the movie is pretty harmless and while far from perfect, and pretty dated now, still makes for pretty good fun on a rainy day.
(mx) wrote: It's highly predictable and not very original, but Melanie Griffith and Tim Thomerson were enjoyable in their roles and there's plenty of 80s action.
(de) wrote: This is how Sophia Loren taught me to eat pizza correctly :-D
(fr) wrote: What an awesome movie! With a title like 'Hot Tub Time Machine' you'd expect it be one of those awful straight to Netflix movies, but with great characters, hilarious jokes and an all around fun feel, this movie is fantastic! This is a perfect movie to watch if you are having a bad day and you need some cheering up. This movie will put a smile on your face!
(jp) wrote: Miracle is a movie about the U.S. hockey team with a thrilling back-story. It describes events leading up to their underdog victory against the Soviet hockey team--before that, the best hockey team in the world--in the 1980 Olympics. The coach, Herb Brooks (Kurt Russell), against all odds, beats every team they need to face the Soviets. I think people should watch this movie because of the plot, characters, and theme. The film Miracle has a great plot because it expresses that miracles can really happen. It is truly inspiring and fun even if you don't like the sport of hockey. It starts out with the coach trying to build a team out of some players that weren't as good as others were at hockey and they smoothly progress to the best team in the world. The characters in Miracle aren't individuals; they all work and react together. The coach, in some scenes, seems unsympathetic but, in a way, shows he is compassionate by saying he wants the team to work together to be the best they can. The team is affected greatly by this because in the beginning of the film, they had problems with other members and their hockey skills. In the end, they go from that to the fact that they work as a unit other than individuals. The coach picked the perfect players to put on that team. The United States is the land of opportunity and those players were meant to play the sport and the coach knew that. In one dramatic scene, he says, "I'm not looking for the best players. I'm looking for the right players." The characters make the movie better when they are all together and don't just give credit to individuals. This film is so much more than a hockey team winning the Olympics. The team practices hard and focuses on the goal while the coach focuses on his goal to have an Olympic-winning team. In some scenes, it seems from the coaches' perspective, but he is one of the things that make the team successful. The movie expresses teamwork and that "miracles can happen". People should definitely watch Miracle for the perfect plot, great teamwork with characters and actors, and the theme of teamwork that wraps that all together. This movie was one of Disney's best. The story is told with emotion in every scene. The actors did a great job playing their parts and expressing their emotions for their characters. In the end, it is a wonderful story when they come through it all to win the Olympics. It has an excellent ending and for the crew that worked on this movie, it was a miracle.
(de) wrote: Fantastic for its day and catches the feel of the jazz age and the 5's new jazz age all at the same time.
(br) wrote: Aside from a few good performances by Giamatti, Haden Church and Madsen, I think what drives this movie is the writing. This is some pretty darn good screenwriting right here.