'Beauty and the Beast' remake charms its way into audience's hearts

'Beauty and the Beast' remake charms its way into audience's hearts

'Beauty and the Beast' remake charms its way into audience's hearts

"The one who will break the spell?" To break the spell that turned him into a monster, Beast must learn to love another and earn her love in return.

Elsewhere, Luke Evans is an excellent choice to play villainous Gaston. It's mainly a recreation of the original film, but manages to squeeze in some additional context that make its characters more fully-rounded, and their circumstances more understandable.

Disney made it clear that they consider removal of the scene to be unacceptable and have announced that they will not be showing a cut version in Malaysia, meaning that the release of the movie in the country has been indefinitely postponed.

You can't help but get a little bit nostalgic and have a whole lot of fun watching Disney's live action "Beauty and the Beast". Emma Watson is a seamless Belle and plays the role exquisitely. Continuing the studio's trend of remaking their animated features is Beauty & the Beast, but does this modern day reimagining of a fairly modern classic conjure up memories of 1991? Emma Thompson, Ewan McGregor, Audra McDonald, Ian McKellen, and Stanley Tucci are all great in a movie that jumps off the screen with a sense of pure joy.

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Thank you so much for talking to me today! Belle's wanna-be suitor Gaston and his right-hand man Le Fou step up, taking a crowd of villagers along with them.

The Beast's faithful companions thankfully push the movie along, because without them there'd be little to watch. People were accustomed to seeing the prince in his beast form most of the time. I recommend sticking with the animated version instead of this C-plus rehash. If you didn't go into the theater knowing who was who, you'll love finding out. For the most part, these additions work, but are ultimately superfluous to the story already laid out by the animated film. It's an homage to the Disney heyday, and for lovers of stage and musicals, it's a must-see. So what better way to celebrate the release of Beauty and the Beast than to take a look back before the "Once upon a times" and delve into the dark underbelly of some of our favorite fairy tales that we thought we knew and loved.

"This "Beauty and the Beast" isn't predicated on starry-eyed romance or animal attraction, but the solace of mutual loss and understanding, which makes it all the sweeter". Truth be told, I think you're going to find that you'll be more than happy to be Disney's guest and you may even find yourself paying it more than one visit.

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