Opera (1987)
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A young opera singer (Betty) gets her big chance when the previous star of a production of Verdi's Macbeth is run over by a car. Convinced the opera is bad luck she accepts, and becomes the target (in Argento's unmistakable style) of a psychopath - a man she has been dreaming of since childhood.
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Ending is wonky, but otherwise this is good. Great kills, and kinda liked the douchey-but-sympathetic director
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We have a payload to deliver to the heart of our nearest star. We are delivering that payload cause that star is dying and, if it dies, we die, everything dies. So that is our mission, there is nothing, literally nothing, more important than completing our mission. End of story.

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#3
Yeah, the ending was such a confusing, unnecessary mess. Love the kills & had some decent charries. Betty >
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#4
This movie is decent and the kills are spectacular but I always have to end it at the opera house. The ending makes zero sense.
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I am probably the only person in the world who absolutely loves the ending of this film. It goes completely off the rails and turns into The Sound of Music crossed with heavy metal and psycho killers, and I dug it so much. And the silly monologue about nature at the end... I don't know why but I thought it was strangely beautiful? Even if it's practically a parody of deep poetry, I loved it.
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