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Plot: A live-action adaptation of Disney’s version of the classic tale of a cursed prince and a beautiful young woman who helps him break the spell.
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The live action remake of “Beauty and the Beast” was good, but it failed to capture the magic of the cartoon version. There were somethings that they got right, and others that dragged on.
I thought “Be Our Guest” was done beautifully. The 3d made it even more enchanting. The main characters’ backstories also added some depth to them. However, there were some scenes that I felt added nothing to the story. Such as the search for Belle by Gaston and her father. The “No one is like Gaston” scene didn’t have the bravado or arrogance of the original.
I also felt that Luke Evans was miscast. He wasn’t the handsomest guy in town, nor was he the strongest. Which is why it was hard for me to accept him as the character. Emma Watson was serviceable. Her voice was fine, but it wasn’t strong enough to carry Belle’s songs. Dan Stevens was the best part of the film. I felt that he should have had more songs, because he has a beautiful baritone. Although his beast costume should have been more frightening.
Overall, it’s a fun film to watch. Though, I wouldn’t call it a classic.
**Only beauty would conquer the beast!**
This is not the first time screen adaptation, that means every one of us have seen either version of the films according to what generation we belong. Mine was the animated one and then there was a modern-day version called ‘Beastly’. Not to forget there’s a recent French version made on the big scale that I yet to watch. So it’s not about the story at all. It is about the quality of film, performances, and particularly how the modern technology used to narrate the story.
Like the recent Disney’s live-actions ‘Cinderella’, ‘The BFG’, ‘The Jungle Book’ and many more, this is another excellently adapted film from the book. Though visually it tried to be true to the original, and that’s absolutely great thinking. Because in this modern world, we all try something new out of the original contents for sometimes to mess it up.
Excellent casting, the beauty was the best pick among all. The graphics were awesome. The CGI beast was flawless, yet that usual dark and cloudy atmosphere helped it to be so perfect. Since it is listed under Musical, I was worried about the songs. I truly don’t like modern Musicals. But this film was not completely filled with songs. Yes, there were like half a dozen, but good ones. Retained the songs from the 1991 film, and in addition three new were composed.
I did not think the Disney would get away with consecutive successes. Great achievement, and their attempts were very precautionary on their every step. Now this is Disney’s second highest grossed film ever and first in live-action. The film was for all ages unlike old Disney films. That’s the best thing about the modern Disney films that they have adopted. Definitely recommended for at least once watch it.
Magnificent Computer Graphic Imagery and Cinematography
“Beauty and the Beast” retells the Disney’s version of the French fairy-tale written by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve and published in 1740. The story is very similar to the magnificent 1991 animation and highly attractive. However this 2017 version is uneven, with the most boring songs that anyone could imagine and reasonable acting despite the great names in the cast. But the top-notch Computer Graphic Imagery (CGI) and the cinematography are worthwhile watching. Keep awake along the musical scenes and you may like and be surprised by this version. My vote is seven.
Title (Brazil): “A Bela e a Fera” (“The Beauty and the Beast”)
Leaves a lot to be desired
MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS
I don’t usually do reviews but this film was such a huge disappointment I couldn’t fight it anymore. The original movie was so good and, considering this is the exact same movie, there was really not much that could go wrong. In theory of course, because in reality the final result is just soulless. Everything feels fake. From Emma Watson’s acting to the cgi and the props. I love Emma Watson but in this film she is just playing herself trying to play Belle. To be fair though, no one in the film actually manages to instill the characters with the same emotion and personality as the original except maybe Josh Gad. Luke Evans is very good but his character is written as a villain from the start, while in the original he evolves from slightly annoying to “evil”. Which brings me to my next point: the awful writing. The film treats the audience like we’re stupid and needs to explain everything verbally instead of just letting things show through the action. The characters are one dimensional and don’t change as the story unfolds. Gaston is the villain. The Beast is just a misunderstood soul from the beginning despite the prologue telling us otherwise. Even his bad temper is watered down. The writers had already the script written for them, all they had to do was add a few more lines here and there and create two or three scenes that would blend in seamlessly with the original (since, I repeat, they chose to use almost word for word the 1991 script with minor changes). Well, the new dialogue feels very wooden and unnatural. The new scenes add nothing to the story and, even though the creators try to answer some questions we have from the original, in the end they create new plot holes that go unanswered. I miss the subtlety of the 1991 film in which every expression, every line and every pause added something either to the progression of the story or the characterization of the heroes without anything feeling forced. I keep mentioning the original a lot but that is because this movie has nothing new to offer really, so I can’t fully separate it from the 1991 one. In the end, what annoys me the most is that the 2017 remake had great potential to become a new classic and stand on its own had it been handled a little differently and not with a rushed “let’s make some good money” mentality. There are very few good things about this movie, one of which is the music which is simply magical and manages to convey all the emotions the actors can’t. Then there is the ending (after the transformation) where there is a more realistic touch as the villagers remember their friends-relatives that work at the castle and are finally reunited. Overall, despite the enormous hype, the movie just makes the original stand out even more as a timeless film that won’t be surpassed by another adaptation any time soon.
Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 9 min (129 min)
Genre Family, Fantasy, Musical, Romance
Director Bill Condon
Writer Stephen Chbosky (screenplay by), Evan Spiliotopoulos (screenplay by), Linda Woolverton (based on the 1991 animated film “Beauty and the Beast” animation screenplay by)
Actors Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Luke Evans, Josh Gad
Awards Nominated for 2 Oscars. Another 15 wins & 71 nominations.
Production Company Walt Disney Pictures, Mandeville Films
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, IMAX 6-Track (IMAX version), 12-Track Digital Sound (IMAX 12 track), Dolby Surround 7.1, Dolby Atmos
Aspect Ratio 1.90 : 1 (IMAX version), 2.39 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa XT Plus, Leitz SUMMILUX-C Lenses
Laboratory Company 3 (digital intermediate) (as Company 3 New York), Pinewood Digital (digital dailies)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Codex
Cinematographic Process ARRIRAW (3.4K) (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Dolby Vision
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic) (Kodak), D-Cinema (also 3-D version)