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The entire cast was magnificent and I will be hearing the "music of the night" in my head for the next several days.
In the near future, Major Motoko Kusanagi (Scarlett Johansson) is the first of her kind: A human saved from a terrible terrorist attack, who is cyber-enhanced to be a perfect soldier devoted to stopping the world's most dangerous criminals.The different story-lines, time-lines and content of the originals had way to many things that clashed and it is nice to see the way that the movie was produced, was where a lot of detail was actually left murky and that gave the story a chance to flow into each other.The movie also had a proper intro, body and ending, which left me as the watcher feeling complete.Masamune Shirow, Jamie Moss, William Wheeler, Ehren Kruger really had their work cut out for them when they all wrote the story as it was shot in the movie, each of them working independently.I am not here to give any spoilers so I will just try and keep to the original content.It is a visually stunning movie - the costuming and sets are as extravagant and lavish as the music.
Gerard Butler gives a particularly anguishing and sympathetic performance as The Phantom.
Emmy Rossum is beautiful portraying Christine and her transformation from a young innocent to a woman who is aware of herself, her sexuality, and the world of love.
Patrick Wilson is a particularly dashing, heroic and protective Raoul and Minnie Driver provides hilarious comic relief as Carlotta.
The CGI is just as good and I could easily believe what was produced was truth and not CGI.
To comment on the story itself: (without giving spoilers) there was some things left out from the original content, which would have been nice to see if it was there, (but it didn't take anything away from the storyline).
The movie is excellent, the actors really portrayed their characters well.