Love Never Dies

Blu-ray Review: ‘Love Never Dies’ Fails to Conjure Power of Original ‘Phantom’

Love Never Dies Blu-ray

CHICAGO – The astonishing financial success of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Phantom of the Opera” is a testament to the enduring power of spectacle. Sure, Charles Hart and Robert Stilgoe’s pedestrian lyrics may have all the charm of plywood, but audiences couldn’t care less with an unstable chandelier dangling over their heads and a wealth of atmospheric scenery filling their field of vision.

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