The movie of beauty and the Beast has been a childhood favorite. In fact any Disney movie is an absolute favorite. The recent redo of Disney’s exemplary romantic tale. ‘Excellence exists in “Beauty and the beast” for two gorgeous actors grace our screens.
An enchantress expects a vain and arrogant prince (Dan Stevens) to know the reality of life. He learns it the hard way when her curse turns him into a terrifying beast. Her spell can only be broken if he finds true love. Meanwhile, Belle (Emma Watson), the non-conforming daughter of a village inventor and artist, seeks an adventure. She stumbles upon the beast and magic unfolds. True magic of love.
The embellishments, sound, outfits, voice-overs, melodies – general creation qualities are top notch. They make you experience the fable as you are transported to the mansion alongside Belle, encountering her enterprise. As she gets to know the palace’s charming staff (voiced by the finest performers like Ewan McGregor, Ian McKellen, Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci), you too become enamored with every single character.
The delineation of endless love amongst Watson and Stevens, in any case, isn’t as amazing as the general visual brilliance and glory of this terrific generation. While story-wise it remains consistent with the first enlivened film, the execution is a considerable measure darker, grimmer.
What basically works for ‘Beauty and the Beast’ is its significance. It emerges in light of the fact that regardless of how old the story, it holds essentialness particularly today, when advanced mobile phones and selfies have transformed all of us into excellence adoring monsters.
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