I think the way love was portrayed in Phantom of the Opera, for example, was extremely dramatic and unrealistic. I find it kind of weird and unrealistic that a man would fall madly in love with a woman and be unable to move on. Was it because of Phantom's facial deformities that he couldn't get another girl. I mean so Christine chose the other guy over him but a guy with as much talent as Phantom would be able to find another woman. I mean women tend to focus on a man's abilities instead of his looks. I watched the Phantom of the Opera and could not believe that after Christine died Phantom came back to put a rose on her grave. I mean couldn't he just move on? Also does anyone find the way love is portrayed in Twilight creepy and uncomfortable? And I absolutely hated the who Gale Hawthorne vs. Peeta in the Hunger Games.
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