Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

By Bill Condon

  • Genre: Kids & Family
  • Release Date: 2017-03-17
  • Advisory Rating: PG
  • Runtime: 2h 10min
  • Director: Bill Condon
  • Production Company: Walt Disney Pictures
  • Production Country: United Kingdom, United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99
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From 5,277 Ratings

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The story and characters you know and love come to spectacular life in the live-action adaptation of Disney’s animated classic Beauty and the Beast, a cinematic event celebrating one of the most beloved tales ever told. Experience the fantastic journey of Belle, a bright, beautiful and independent young woman who is taken prisoner by a Beast in his castle. Despite her fears, she befriends the castle’s enchanted staff, and learns to look beyond the Beast’s hideous exterior and realize the kind heart of the true Prince within.

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  • Loved It❤️❤️❤️

    5
    By hana bannana🍌
    I loved it.Dont listen to all the haters.Best movie ever❤️😁😍😜.
  • My Big Shot Please Read I Am Poor That's Why This Is On An iPad Mini

    5
    By Rollsell
    "Have you seen,"The Grease Pigeon XXX Explosion of the Cardinal." I said, " No, but I have seen its prequel." Bill said " You mean to tell me you saw, "The Grease Pigeon XXIX Judgement Day of the Blue Jay Times Explosion. That's Rated R." I said " Yea it was bloody" Bill said. " and to think it was all produced by Michael Bay, the guy with unnecessary sequels to bad movies" Bill said. "You know the next Grease Pigeon movie will involve a cyborg crow." Bill said. " No way the last time he had a crow in his movie was in "The Grease Pigeon VII The Night of the Crow Black Darkness Part 1" I said " And the last time they had a cyborg was in "The Grease Pigeon XIV Robotic Caw" Bill said. " I wonder if they'll ever use a human in the next movie like in "The Grease Pigeon VIII The Night of the Crow Black Darkness Part 2" I said " or in "The Grease Pigeon XXII The Land of Human at the End of the Earth" I said " My favorite movie is " The Grease Pigeon XXV Pelican Attack Bay" Bill said " Mine is "The Grease Pigeon II Revenge of the Bat" I said " No way that was a terrible movie out of the first five at least "The Grease Pigeon V Seahawks Last Stand" Bill said " and out of XX to XXV you should have chosen a better one like "The Grease Pigeon XXIII Falcon Squad" I said. "But a least we can both agree that "The Grease Pigeon X Knight Hawk Rises" is the best Bill said "Yes we can" I said. "And Did you here about the lawsuit Grease Pigeons is doing against "Oily Owls II Spill of the Century" I said. "Yeah because it was to similar to "Grease Pigeons XIII Oil Wall Broken" Bill said "It also was the first bird movie to have a transgender bird" I said "Hey I just saw the new Grease Pigeons movie "The Grease Pigeons XXXI Seahawk Revolution" I said "Cool I can't wait for "The Grease Pigeons XXXII Seahawks Into the Light" Bill said "Neither can I. I hope it is as good as Grease Pigeons XVIII Pigeon of the Night" I said "Or Grease Pigeons XXVIII Cardinals Calling" Bill said Out of know where Sally, Bills younger sister came downstairs and she said "It seems like you guys have been talking for about 3 years straight with long breaks in between, can't you guys be normal and play your Xbox 1" Bill in shock stood there in disbelief his sister had walked downstairs but she was handicapped she couldn't walk she was faking it but he would rather talk about the Grease Pigeon Xbox Games with me, Steve. "Did you see their coming out with a new a new Grease Pigeons game "Grease Pigeons The Chronicles of the Crow" Bill said "Yeah but their last game "Grease Pigeon Racing" I love playing using Sergeant Seagull in his Sand buggy" I said "Isn't that free on the App Store for iPhone and Samsung users" Bill said "Hey Bill we have been talking about this for hours can we switch the subject" I said " Do you want to talk about Jake Paul" Bill said I said "No" Bill then said "Then we are going to talk about Grease Pigeons" I then looked at him with a glare in my eye and said "Okay I like "Grease Pigeons Party Plaza" with so many mini games and being able to chose one of sixty four birds to play as" I said, then out of nowhere a man crashes into Bills wall killing Bill and his little
  • I'm in 💘 Beauty and the Beast!!!!!

    5
    By 123hjgj
    I haven't watch this lovely found beauty in the beast yet but I'm going to run it out of the Redbox and I know it's gonna be so good I think Emma Watson she is just a beautiful little girl and has a lot of potential and I'm going to love this film I'm going to give it a five star ratings. BTW I love you song beauty in the beast!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • OMG LOVED IT!!!

    5
    By Shhgirl
    Many people ask me, do you like beauty and the beast just because Emma Watson's in it or because you truly love it? Answer: I THINK THE MOVIE IS MAGICAL AND I LOVE IT FOR BOTH REASONS! I have red most of these reviews and I can't believe how untruthful they are! The acting great and Emma Watson's voice is so beautiful and she is too! These specific actors did terrific on their parts: Luke Evans, Emma Watson, and Ewan Mcgregor.( Sorry if I spelled his name wrong). They really captured their characters personality. The movie is probably the most beautiful movie I have ever seen. At the theaters, It was so amazing, I was tearing up. NO MOVIE EVER DOES THAT TO ME! The movie needs to be super special for me to do that. I would seriously recommend this movie to buy.
  • Sub-Par

    2
    By mlh85
    Felt like it was a Busch Gardens theme-park show. I sat in my chair wishing I was watching the Disney classic instead of this wanna-be.
  • Wonderful in its own right, only one big complaint

    4
    By A. W.
    On its own, the new live-action Beauty and the Beast is a fine film, and it would have much of the same impact as the original had the original animation not existed. The story is still deeply moving, the acting is fine, the music is enchanting, and the visuals are spectacular. It’s well worth owning. Unfortunately, it’s almost impossible not to compare it to the animated film, so this review will make some relevant comparisons, particularly since this live-action film mostly reproduces the original. Visually, the live-action, physical sets, and CGI far surpass almost all of the original animation, as one would be justified in expecting. That said, it doesn’t take away from the technical achievement of the original animation, e.g. the chandelier in the ballroom. I think the singing in the newer movie suffers in comparison to the older one. While Emma Watson has a very pleasing purity of intonation, her singing voice lacks the characterization that Paige O’Hara had. It’s most notable in the opening “Belle”, but Watson opens up a bit more by “Something there”. I attribute the difference to O’Hara having had more experience from her earlier career on Broadway. Emma Thompson as Mrs. Potts arguably has a better singing voice than Emma Watson, with greater strength and range, which comes through in “Beauty and the Beast”. As wonderful as she is, however, the incomparable Angela Lansbury defined the role and the song. I know it’s unfair, but in listening to Thompson, I kept thinking of the ways she didn’t sound like Lansbury. The men compare a little bit more favorably to their counterparts, particularly Ewan McGregor, who doesn’t hold back at all in injecting bounteous élan into his performance as Lumiere. In “Be Our Guest”, McGregor’s Lumiere is a younger, more suave version than Jerry Orbach’s, but both fit the role equally well. Luke Evans as Gaston is similarly well-matched against Richard White’s animated Gaston, in terms of singing. As in the comparison between Watson and O’Hara, I think of Evans less as a singer than as an actor, but Evans injects more energy and character into his singing than does Watson, in some parts, so he compares well with White. Because Evans appears onscreen, however, he makes use of the opportunity to make Gaston a slightly more realistic human character that is otherwise cartoonish villain, whereas the animated Gaston appears as nothing but a musclebound cartoon buffoon. A big advantage that the live-action movie has is the addition of some musical pieces not in the animated film — “How Does a Moment Last Forever” (in several incarnations), “Evermore” (Dan Stevens, as the Beast). “How Does a Moment Last Forever” is probably not necessary for the movie, but it is a welcome addition. Dan Stevens singing “Evermore” reminded me, favorably, of Javert singing “Stars” and was an even more welcome addition. SPOILER ALERT: We all know the story, that the Beast is dying from the fight, that Belle begs him not to leave her (to die), and that Belle then declares her love for the Beast right at the moment of his death and the fall of the last magical rose petal, saving his life and lifting the curse from him and transforming him back to a human. It’s a moment that, no matter how many times I see the animated movie (or Beauty and the Beast at Disney’s Hollywood Studios) always catches my breath and brings a tear (or more) to my eyes. Then the curse is also lifted from the rest of the castle. However, in the live-action movie, the Beast is dying from the fight, Belle begs him not to leave her (“Come back”), … and then the movie switches over to show how the other cursed characters (Mrs. Potts, Lumiere, et al.) turn into the physical objects whose shapes they wore, right as the last petal fell. Then the movie returns to show Belle declaring her love (“Please come back. I love you”), allowing the sorceress to reverse the curse for everyone. The gap between Belle’s initial “Come back” and “I love you” is about two minutes, but when I first saw the movie in theaters, accustomed as I was to the direct flow from Beast’s death to the lifting of the curse, that two minutes felt like an interminable interruption. The tears didn’t come, at least not so easily, and I didn’t catch my breath because I don’t usually hold my breath for two minutes. This change in editing between the old movie and the new is my only serious complaint, however.
  • The One of A Kind 2017 Movie Since the Animated Version

    5
    By Quueeesoooo11
    I like both of the movies that are better. When I was younger, I watched the 1991 version of Disney's Beauty and The Beast with my family years before my older brother bought the 2017 version for me because it had a Blu Ray disc and a DVD. I had my first two Blu Ray pack since Christmas when I was 13. My first Blu Ray pack were Blue Sky Studios' Robots and Rio 2.
  • About remaking old days story in contemporary days.

    5
    By juno.fack.san.diego
    Along with this film, I made a review report on Mad Men TV shows. The TV show was depicting old days in New York. Here's something to think about. The TV show itself already has very modernised taste such as intonation, dress code, conversations, et cetera. However, actors' ethnicities are not. How so? It was a bit disappointing to myself. Inducing diversity in old Française city in a very contemporary film? What would be so wrong? This film is not intended to make a documentary. By having more ethnic diversity in the film, more audience can feel part of the film (for those who have more congruence to similar ethnic people in films). Along with this, American films are very strategic in terms of including ethnic actors. There's a bit of pattern in the past: when African ethnic actor is part, there's no Asian actor. Or vice versa. That was very annoying to myself. It seemed like, "We considered ethnic issues!" with very obvious expression, at least to myself. No matter how, I am not very peculiar about ethnic appearance in films as long as actors are doing well as what they are supposed to do in films.
  • Best movie of all time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    5
    By Ultimate panda lover
    💗😻💗😻💗😻💗😻💗😻💗😻💗This version is absolutely the best movie of all time, in my opinion. I will watch the trailer, then watch the movie, and then watch the movie again. It can be so sad and yet turn so happy I've had to replace my headphones because I'm crying so much. I will admit I do not know who most of these actors are so I don't know their true potential, but nevertheless I love the movie. The acting is so convincing, especially with Gaston, who even started to strike a nerve in me, too. As for the beast, well, as the movie continued I was able to see him more like the prince he is and less like the monster that everyone saw. It stands out from the original animated version in numerous ways that make it that much more enjoyable. The detail in the set is astonishing, and you really feel like you're in the movie. The cast does sing quite a bit, but any songs they sing are often well thought out and beautifully performed such as Evermore (the new song the beast sings when he frees Belle😭)and the classic Gaston song (when they sing about how perfect he is😠). Please enjoy the movie as much as I did!!!!!!!!
  • Amazing

    5
    By Rocco Flores
    One of THE BEST live action Disney films

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