A curse transforms a handsome and arrogant young man into everything he detests in this contemporary retelling of Beauty and the Beast. Wealthy Kyle Kingson has everything a teenager could want in life, but he still gets off on humiliating the weaker and less attractive. When Kyle invites his misfit classmate Kendra to an environmental rally at their school, she questions his motivations but reluctantly accepts. Later, Kyle blows Kendra off, prompting the spurned goth girl to cast a dark spell on the swaggering egotist.

A modern-day take on the "Beauty and the Beast" tale where a New York teen is transformed into a hideous monster in order to find true love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Beastly torrent reviews

Kenneth L (br) wrote: Just trying to live together as though equally human is itself its own form of cruelty let alone the confinement & deprivation imposed on almost all undomesticated chimps held in captivity. Set them free. Just, set them free. There is no such thing as a humane experiment. Just set them freeeee & preserve & defend that freedom.

Wendy Y (nl) wrote: Interesting film, very sad, the lives of these women.

Sunil J (au) wrote: A bit sappy but very likeable movie about a woman's search for the child she gave up for adoption.

Tiffany D (mx) wrote: TBS features a beautiful Maureen O'Hara - and an even more beautiful Tyrone Power in a pirate swashbuckler that's brimming with campy fun. The beginning is quite slow, but the latter half is a terrific ride - plus, it also features greats like George Sanders, Thomas Mitchell, and a young Anthony Quinn. It's biggest flaw is too much focus on sword fighting and not enough on the characters. 3 1/2+ stars

Carl E (nl) wrote: Several unconnected stories are held together by loose story threads, eventually intersecting on a barren highway. The whole thing reeks of made-for-TV movie and crawls along at a snail's pace. Occasionally the actor's do good with the material, but not often enough.

Matt T (fr) wrote: The brothers Primo and Secondo have come from Italy to America in hopes of running a successful, authentic Italian restaurant in 1950s-era New Jersey. Unfortunately they discover that they have an awful lot to learn about business in the New World. Much to their surprise, their newly opened Paradise Restaurant is not flooded with customers. The one customer they do have is unable to appreciate Primo's exquisitely prepared risotto because there is no spaghetti and meatballs on the side. When Primo hears this, he nearly becomes apoplectic with rage and Secondo must hastily try to mediate between the woman and his angry brother to whom he explains the philosophies of American business. Primo doesn't understand why the vulgar Americans would much rather eat the bastardized Italian foods served in stereotypical surroundings, such as the popular rival-restaurant Pascal's, when they could have the real thing at the Paradise. Things do not improve for the brothers and they go so deeply into debt that they are about to lose their business. In desperation, Secondo goes to Pascal for help. Pascal is all too happy to assist and so arranges for his good friend Louis Prima, a noted bandleader, to hold a dinner party at the Paradise, and Pascal arranges a menu. Secondo must then convince the volatile but brilliant Primo to cook the meal laid out by his hated rival. If the brothers can pull the dinner off without a hitch perhaps they will succeed.

Kenneth O (mx) wrote: The best out of all the Highlander sequels

Curtis H (ru) wrote: A sad, but thoroughly enriching film, featuring Anthony Hopkins as theologian C.S. Lewis. So convincing is Hopkins as Lewis, that I can no longer think of one without thinking of the other. In focusing on an emotional transformation in the life of Lewis, Hopkins causes a human to emerge out of the theological legend we often think of. Truly remarkable.

Leanne O (gb) wrote: Watching it now. . .

Peter R (fr) wrote: Pretty good. You probably won't find many other movies about business that use this much technical terminology. Also had some pretty good acting.

Lysann B (it) wrote: The perfect Sunday afternoon entertainment with the who is who cast of the 70's. Add a cup of tea and some biscuit and you have time wonderfully spend.

mike p (it) wrote: The Night of the Following Day is a real gem! Brando ,as always, kicks major ass playing a bad guy who's the better of the bad men. Richard Boone plays a very sleazy role. This film has a weird-sleazy kinda vibe throughout. Maybe its the subject matter. Pamela Franklin plays inoccent well. And Rita Moreno plays "junked up' well. Fine performances from everyone. One of my favorite Brando films!

Amanda V (ag) wrote: I love sports movies..... But this was just... Not good. Lacrosse just isn't the type of sport that's good enough to have a movie based on it. Producers should stick to football, baseball, and hockey movies.