Beauty and the Beast (2017)
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Beauty and the Beast (2017)


Genre
:
Family | Fantasy | Romance
Rating
:
6.9 / 10
Release Date
:
16 March 2017
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
2 : 9 minutes
Spoken Language
:
Français, English
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
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.

Cast Overview :

Belle
by: Emma Watson
Beast
by: Dan Stevens
Gaston
by: Luke Evans
Maurice
by: Kevin Kline
LeFou
by: Josh Gad
Lumière
by: Ewan McGregor
Maestro Cadenza
by: Stanley Tucci
Madame Garderobe
by: Audra McDonald
Plumette
by: Gugu Mbatha-Raw
Cogsworth
by: Ian McKellen
Mrs. Potts
by: Emma Thompson
Chip Potts
by: Nathan Mack
Agathe
by: Hattie Morahan
Monsieur D'Arque
by: Adrian Schiller
Jean Potts
by: Gerard Horan
Clothilde
by: Haydn Gwynne
Père Robert
by: Ray Fearon
Cuisinier
by: Clive Rowe
Chapeau
by: Thomas Padden
Stanley
by: Alexis Loizon
Tom
by: Jimmy Johnston
Dick
by: Dean Street
Tavern Keeper
by: Michael Jibson
Belle's Mother
by: Zoe Rainey
Young Maurice
by: Jolyon Coy
Young Prince
by: Rudi Goodman
The King
by: Henry Garrett
The Queen
by: Harriet Jones
Village Lass
by: Sophie Reid
Village Lass
by: Rafaëlle Cohen
Village Lass
by: Carla Nella
Fishmonger
by: Tom Oakley
Jam Seller
by: Beth Willetts
Wood Carrier
by: Simone Sault
Bread Buyer
by: Mandy Montanez
Apothecary
by: Leo Andrew
Cheese Maker
by: Steven Butler
Barber
by: Daniel Ioannou
Baker
by: Dale Branston
Barmaid
by: Lynne Wilmot
Pretty Female Fishmonger
by: Jane Fowler
Vagrant
by: D.J. Bailey
Enchantress Beggar Woman
by: Rita Davies
Cheese Maker
by: Sharon Gomez
Baby Belle
by: Daisy Duczmal
School Boy
by: Harry Marcus
School Boy
by: Oscar Francisco
School Boy
by: Kai Gordon
School Boy
by: Tom Burgering
School Boy
by: Joey Brown
School Boy
by: Freddie Hunter
School Boy
by: Daniel Daszek-Green
School Boy
by: Samuel Brown
School Boy
by: Max Brophy
Washer Girl
by: Skye Lucia Degruttola
Little Girl
by: Lara Decaro
Little Girl
by: Gemma Fray
Little Girl​
by: Adelaide Morgan
Little Girl
by: Timia Julien-Box
Debutante
by: Sonoya Mizuno
Debutante
by: Abigayle Honeywill
Debutante
by: Jazz Peters
Debutante
by: Lily Frazer
Debutante
by: Stephanie Elstob
Debutante
by: Nicole O'Neill
Debutante
by: Cassie Clare
Debutante
by: Sophie Carmen-Jones
Debutante
by: Sophia Brown
Debutante
by: Leah West
Debutante
by: Naomi Weijand
Debutante
by: Jasmine Takacs
Debutante
by: Ruth Steele
Debutante
by: Lucy St Louis
Debutante
by: Katie Singh
Debutante
by: Kayla Radam
Debutante
by: Courtney Pruce
Debutante
by: Nicola Mooi
Debutante
by: Anna Momcilovic
Debutante
by: Samira Mighty
Debutante
by: Fiona McDonald
Debutante
by: Abiona Omonua
Debutante
by: Cassie Macmillian
Debutante
by: Emily Loumba
Debutante
by: Jennifer Leung
Debutante
by: Ella Kora
Debutante
by: Hannah Kenna-Thomas
Debutante
by: Billie Kay-Piper
Debutante
by: Shireen Jathoonia
Debutante
by: Blythe Jandoo
Debutante
by: Chelsea Inez
Debutante
by: Leah Hill
Debutante
by: Selina Hamilton
Debutante
by: Helen Gulstan
Debutante
by: Lucy Alexa Gilbert
Debutante
by: Cj Field
Debutante
by: Cordelia Farnworth
Debutante
by: Paige Drury-Lawrence
Debutante
by: Natalie Davis
Debutante
by: Tanya Cumberland
Debutante
by: Ava Brennan
Debutante
by: Daisy Boyles
Debutante
by: Holly Bluett
Debutante
by: Koko Basigara
Debutante
by: Sophie Atkins
Debutante
by: Gabby Antrobus
Debutante
by: Rhianne Alleyn
Debutante
by: Hayley Ainsley
Debutante
by: Danielle Acors
Debutante
by: Marina Abdeen
Male Villager
by: Nathan Vaughan Harris
Male Villager
by: Ben Clare
Male Villager
by: Ben Fox
Male Villager
by: Tim Stanley
Male Villager
by: Jody Hall
Female Villager
by: Rebecca Mckinnis
Female Villager
by: Dawn Buckland
Female Villager
by: Ellen O'Grady
Female Villager / Celebration Woman
by: Alison Jenkins
Female Villager / Celebration Woman
by: Ebony Molina
Female Villager / Celebration Woman
by: Nicola Keen
Fiddler
by: Freddie August
Fiddler
by: Phil Grannel
Apothecary's Patient
by: Jak Allen-Anderson
Stable Boy
by: William Bozier
Village Lass's Mother
by: Vivien Parry
Cheese Maker
by: Jacqui Jameson
Washer Woman
by: Norma Atallah
Washer Woman
by: Wendy Baldock
Butcher
by: Peter Challis
Cobbler
by: Sandy Strallen
Housewife
by: Jemma Alexander
Nasty Headmaster
by: Chris Andrew Mellon
Head Washer
by: Alison Harding
Flirtatious Farmer
by: Obioma Ugoala
Froufrou
by: Gizmo
Villager (uncredited)
by: Alex Gillison
Villager (uncredited)
by: Dan Trotter
Villager (uncredited)
by: Charlotte Worwood
Villager (uncredited)
by: Marat Khairoullin
Village Woman (uncredited)
by: Johanna Smitz
Village Woman (uncredited)
by: Lindy Pieri
Village Gent (uncredited)
by: Tyrone Love
Market Shopper (uncredited)
by: Alona Leoine
Silversmith (uncredited)
by: Richard Banks
Baker's Boy (uncredited)
by: Jeremy Cave
Singing Villager (uncredited)
by: Luke Fictitious
Village Lass (uncredited)
by: Chloe Collingwood
Fishmonger / Villagewoman (uncredited)
by: Isobel Hamilton
Village Woman / Barmaid (uncredited)
by: Rossana Silva
Village Woman / Barmaid (uncredited)
by: Crystal Compton
Village Man / Cage Seller / Lavender Seller (uncredited)
by: Marlonde Pierre
Detective (uncredited)
by: Paul De La Rosa
Debutante's Parent (uncredited)
by: Clem So
Debutantes Mother (uncredited)
by: Teresa Shaughnessy

Member Reviews :

**Spoilers** 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.
  Salt-and-Limes
Disney's done a great job with Gaston and The Beast, the two aspects that I always thought would be the most important, and the most difficult, to nail. _Final rating:★★★ - I personally recommend you give it a go._
  Gimly
**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. _8/10_
  Reno
JUST INCREDIBLE > I fell in love with that movie!The actors performed fantastically and the effects were so well-maid.It is a classic movie.The best Beauty and the Beast version!!The alive castle was so magical,the effects so realistic and the characters so sympathetic...It was just PERFECT!
  Marypsa
What a fantastic movie with great graphics. I was amazed at how well the beast was rendered, you never had to think about the fact that it was CGI. The story kept my entire family interested and scared to leave for popcorn. My only concern was the gay references, I don’t think there was any added value other than shock, and **I don’t like shock in my Disney movies**. Moving forward, the story was easy to follow and it followed the typical Disney Princess theme perfectly. The singing was delightful and the cast did a great job making the moment real. I think this movie will stand the test of time just as the original.
  dezmozegreato