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Plot: Astonished to find the Beast has a deep-seeded hatred for the Christmas season, Belle endeavors to change his mind on the matter.
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It just didn’t seem to fit
Don’t get me wrong this was not a bad movie, I just didn’t think that it fit somehow. It didn’t seem like a sequel or the “missing middle chunk” of the beloved cartoon. The first film, to me, seemed to have been set in the middle to late fall, I can stretch my imagination and see it possibly being November but not December. I think they could have made Forte’ much more interesting and menacing and Fife was cute, but I think the real kudos goes to Haley Joel Osment’s Chip. Paige O’Hara’s Belle sings a lovely song about story books and this little sequence was charming, but still it seemed to lack the essence that made the original so magical. I rarely watch these Disney sequels anyhow due to the animation not being what it’s like in the originals. I took a gamble and watched this and it was good, but nothing like the first and finest.
Bonjour! La La! Bonjour! La la! What A Mediocrity And A Bore! La La!
la. i always felt the original Disney animated film was sort of overrated despite the fact that critics and audiences wet their underwear and it was the first Disney animated film to be nominated for best picture. not only is it one of the weaker full length animated Disney features, it is also a mediocrity when you compare it to the original B&W live action masterpiece by Cocteau. and this sequel really takes the prize as one bland, over worked creme puff.
i wish the Disney corp. wouldn’t do this. if there are any Disney fans reading this i’ll let in on a not so secret secret. Disney hated sequels and usually refused to do them. if you doubt teacher here, go read ‘The American Original’ or many of the original bios on Disney. look for “give us more pigs”, and you’ll find out how Disney really felt about this. the current Disney McGreed corporation is not keeping the true spirit of Disney by always running everything into the ground. look everyone. this is a question of simple esthetic’s. sequels turn the original experience into something heavy handed and drive the whole experience into the ground. sequels are hardly ever the conceive of a artistic mind but simply commercial marketing contrivances. they remove us from the original perceptions and make us bored and too familiar with the original characters and concepts. not all sequels are a bad idea, but mostly they are, mostly. i don’t know how the ‘Harry Potter’ fans keep up their enthusiasm and their sanity.
it’s a dark day when you want the villain to succeed and destroy the heroes of the story. i found myself sympathetic with the evil pipe organ as far as wanting to put an end to all this cheery banality. i would have squashed that stupid little Bernadette Peters Christmas ornament first for being so knowingly coy and cutesy and so dinky. yeeecch!
this passed the time. a little slowly, but it passed the time. and hey. it was the only thing on worth watching at that time. and i didn’t feel like any strenuous brain work, so i guess it was good for that, i guess.
recent Disney fans have got to stop being so demanding and stop letting everything be overworked and milked to the bone. i feel like each of these fans is a ‘little mermaid’ who keeps compulsively whining for more and MORE AND MORE. i mean this attitude is like Ariel’s longing on maximum overdrive. hasn’t anyone heard of overkill? yeeesh.
that’s what all these sequels and remakes are. a bunch of overkill and they ruin the initial experience. come on Disney corp. show some brains and not marketing executive mentality. ditsy tripe like ‘Santa Buddies’ will survive this kind of overkill, but the more quality productions don’t and they deserve better treatment and more respect than this. try a new idea. it might work. Walter E. himself was always an original. he might have adapted other people’s work, but it was always an original concept. if you think the Disney company doesn’t have enough output, teach your brats to revisit the Disney classics. or at least try other family fare. it’s sort of like the Mary wick’s Gargoyle in Disney’s ‘Le Bossu De Notre-Dame’ said, “Don’t ya all ever migrate?”.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 12 min (72 min)
Genre Animation, Family, Fantasy, Music, Musical
Director Andrew Knight
Writer Flip Kobler, Cindy Marcus, Bill Motz, Bob Roth, Carter Crocker, Karl Geurs
Actors Paige O’Hara, Robby Benson, Jerry Orbach, David Ogden Stiers
Country Canada, USA
Awards 2 wins & 6 nominations.
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.33 : 1
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