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Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast
Movie: Beauty and the Beast(2017)[tt2771200] Disney's animated classic takes on a new form, with a widened mythology and an all-star cast. A young Prince, imprisoned in the form of a Beast (Dan Stevens), can be freed only by true love. What may be his only opportunity arrives when he meets Belle (Emma Watson), the only human girl to ever visit the castle since it was enchanted.
Title Beauty and the Beast
Release Date 17 March 2017 (UK)
Runtime
Genres Family, Fantasy, Musical, Romance
Production Companies Mandeville Films, Walt Disney Pictures
Emma Watson
Emma Watson...
Belle...
Dan Stevens
Dan Stevens...
Beast...
Luke Evans
Luke Evans...
Gaston...
Josh Gad
Josh Gad...
LeFou...
Kevin Kline
Kevin Kline...
Maurice...
Hattie Morahan
Hattie Morahan...
Agathe / En...
Haydn Gwynne
Haydn Gwynne...
Clothilde...
Gerard Horan
Gerard Horan...
Jean the Potter...
Ray Fearon
Ray Fearon...
Père Robert...
Ewan McGregor
Ewan McGregor...
Lumière...
Ian McKellen
Ian McKellen...
Cogsworth...
Emma Thompson
Emma Thompson...
Mrs. Potts...
Nathan Mack
Nathan Mack...
Chip...
Audra McDonald
Audra McDonald...
Madame Garderobe...
Stanley Tucci
Stanley Tucci...
Maestro Cadenza...

Reviews

drrap on 8 June 2017
As an unabashed fan of the 1991 film, I came to this version ready for a fight -- more than one! Who dares tamper with a classic? But bit by bit, and moment by moment, I was enchanted all over again: the human performances "fleshed out" the old animated ones; the coggier Cogsworth and more limited Lumiere charmed me afresh with their differences from memory. The new songs, though surprising, fit remarkably well, and I never felt that the score missed a beat. And when all was added up, the sum was far more than any of the new and varied parts: this is a fresh masterpiece, beginning as a riff but ending with something much much more than a "cover" -- if Disney can do this as well with its other planned live-action/CGI versions, then count me in. This is a brilliantly-crafted film that honors and yet moves beyond its beloved original.

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