Beauty and the Beast (2017) Review

Story line:

In Rococo-era France, an enchantress disguised as a beggar (Hattie Morahan) arrives at a ball and offers the host, a cold-hearted prince (Dan Stevens), a rose for shelter. When he refuses, she transforms him into a beast and his servants into household objects, and erases the castle from the memories of their loved ones. She casts a spell on the rose and warns the prince that the curse will never lift unless he learns to love another, and earn their love in return, before the last petal falls.

Years later, in the village of Villeneuve lives Belle (Emma Watson), an educated girl full of dreams with his father Maurice (Kevin Kline), a clock mechanic. One day while delivering a repair clock Maurice lost in the forest and accidentally reached in the Beast’s castle seeking refuge, but the Beast imprisons him for stealing a rose. Belle ventures out in search for him and finds him locked in the castle dungeon. The Beast agrees to let her take Maurice’s place. The castle servant try to pair up the beauty and the beast. but can love happen between them? Will Prince be able to learn true love? The answers to these questions are plot of the movie.



The movie is based on 1991 Disney’s cartoon movie. The story and emotions through out the movie is same. All the characters have played a superb role. They make sure even in the digital world you fall for bed time story. The best part I see is cinematography. Its too good throughout the movie. Each and every scene is grand and tells story it self. Director has no hurry to finish the movie and that heĀ achieved his goal with admirable ease.

My view:

The thing I like about Disney movie is their calmness and their approach to get you fall in love. It makes the movie experience to forget you time interval. come fall in love again..