->''[[Film/ThePhantomOfTheOpera1925 Lon Chaney's Phantom in the 1925 silent]] had a hideously damaged face, his mouth a lipless rictus, his eyes off-center in gouged-out sockets. When Christine tore off his mask, she was horrified, and so was the audience. In the Lloyd Webber version, now filmed by Creator/JoelSchumacher, the mask is more like a fashion accessory, and the Phantom's "good" profile is so chiseled and handsome that the effect is not an object of horror but a kinky babe magnet.''
-->-- '''Creator/RogerEbert''', [[http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20041221/REVIEWS/41201007 review]] of the 2004 film version of ''[[Film/ThePhantomOfTheOpera2004 The Phantom of the Opera]]''

->''In the book, of course, she's described as very ugly and toad-like. And people say, "You'd be great for that part!" [[SarcasmMode Thanks very much.]]''
-->-- '''Imelda Staunton''' on being '''[[Literature/HarryPotter Professor Umbridge]]'''

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