Beauty and the Beast (2009)

R   |    |  Drama, Fantasy, Romance


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A dark twist on the morality tale of forbidden love between beautiful Belle and the feared forest Beast. As villagers are being brutally murdered and the Beast is hunted down as the one ... See full summary »

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  • Estella Warren in Beauty and the Beast (2009)
  • Vanessa Gray in Beauty and the Beast (2009)
  • Rhett Giles and Vanessa Gray in Beauty and the Beast (2009)
  • Estella Warren in Beauty and the Beast (2009)
  • Vanessa Gray in Beauty and the Beast (2009)
  • Estella Warren in Beauty and the Beast (2009)

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25 January 2010 | mshabaz
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| Let the beast remain inside the cage
I happened to saw this movie today regardless of the many warnings that I will be wasting my time if I do. And yes, I believe, I not only wasted my time, I forgot what the real story of Beauty and the Beast was. I wonder why nowadays anyone can come up with an empty plot and file up the movie name with a title of a legendary story. Someone should stop this, or we may be seeing Snow white with Pinochio dancing in Cinderella's ball.

Estella Warren was a good cast, but Director David Lister failed to bring up some nice actor with her. Though I saw one at the end, just thirty seconds ago the movie was ending.

AS far as gore is concerned, the effects and graphics looked exactly what a low budget movie should display.

In no way this movie can be classified as a family movie, or a movie for children, because of the so much blood and gore in it, which all looked artificial though.

This one deserved 3/10, because I need to rate at least something.

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