There are a few scenes that never fail to take my breath away, including the sudden cut from flashback to funeral procession with its accompanying swell of orchestral music, and the dream dance between Eva and Che. When listening to the soundtrack, I often repeat that track several times.
The biggest disappointment of the movie for me was the absence of the great punchlines at the end of each verse of "Goodnight and Thank You." Each verse in the stage musicals had its own one-liner from Che to wrap it up, and even though most of the lyrics of the song have stayed the same, and the punchlines would still make sense, they're just gone. No idea why. The one change that makes perfect sense is in "Rainbow Tour," where the line, "She's a new world Madonna with a golden touch" was changed to avoid the actress's name. Honestly, I think they could have left it, but it might have seemed silly.