Beautiful Beast

Beautiful Beast

In a twist on the classic Beauty and the Beast tale, Isabelle is all beauty--on the outside. A glamour-queen socialite, she spends her days spoiling herself and spending money like it's ...

In a twist on the classic Beauty and the Beast tale| Isabelle is all beauty--on the outside. A glamour-queen socialite| she spends her days spoiling herself and
spending money like it's going out of style. When Isabelle injures herself and gets lost in an isolated winter land| she stumbles on the solitude of Jeremy| a man
hiding from both the world and his past. He's the first person to put Isabelle in her place| and Isabelle realizes she might be more beast than she wants to admit.
Through Jeremy's influence| she begins to change--and fall in love. But will she revert to the beast and give up her chance at real love when she returns home? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Grant H (fr) wrote: Excellent movie. Very powerful, pretty funny, somewhat sad, with an incredible performance from Winstead, as well as great performances from Paul, Offerman, and Spencer.

Sasha K (nl) wrote: I actually didn't like it.I guess the original idea is worthy... but I felt that the only part of the movie I'd like to remember and waste my time on is the short quote in the very end of the whole thing."EVERY YEAR WORLD BUDGET OF ADVERTISEMENT COMES TO 500 000 000 000 (that's five hundred BILLION DOLLARS). UN research states that just 10% of that sum would be enough to decrease world hunger in HALF."Humans are failing...

kan T (ru) wrote: postmodern frankenstein.deli doktor-lar- ve cilgin bir fikir.ilginc bir film.tavsiye ederim..

Julie T (au) wrote: Good Halloween series...still enjoy indulging in them around Halloween I confess...

Tom C (mx) wrote: overall weak everything, some funny parts with no interesting characters, courtney love? wtf

Trace D (kr) wrote: Amazing! A classic cult classic. Keeps you laughing with it's never-ending wit and uber-quoatable delivery.

Timothy M (ag) wrote: Christ...what is this thing? A complete and utter waste of time for all involved. Stay away.

Simon D (it) wrote: I was relieved that this wasn't a another poorly made zombie movie, it was actually about Voodoo which is a lot scarier subject than zombies as there are plenty of people in the world that fully believe in it. At just over an hour long I didn't expect such an elaborate storyline. The direction of the film was very good, It had an eerie atmosphere.

Byron A (br) wrote: 42nd street is a movie about...LEGS! and why shouldn't it be? This movie has some of the greatest musical numbers of all time, but far and away the best part of the movie is the legs. I wish I could spend the whole review talking about legs, but I can't.This movie is the first backstage musical of consequence. It has a slow paced plot leading up to 3 show stopping (in fact show ending) numbers. I am not going to pretend that the plot is complex or that the characters are groundbreaking. They are both just vehicles for the musical numbers and legs. I will say that they are both very good. The characters are likable and easy to empathize with. The plot keeps you interested. As a vehicle they are as good as they can be. If plots and characters are too good in a vehicle they overshadow the important parts of the movie, in fact taking away from them. The next paragraph will be about the bulk of the movie and the rest of the review will be about the musical numbers.This is a very observational film about 1930's America (without the great depression, even though it is expressly mentioned). There is one shot in particular where Dorothy calls Mr Denning, and he picks up the phone. He puts the receiver to his ear while he is still half asleep. When he finds out what is going on he jumps up to the microphone to have a proper conversation. That was the most realistic phone conversation on film until Tony Soprano said, "I'm still here." Now would be an appropriate time to discuss the racism of this film. It is defended by the fact that it was observational. Many Africans were forced to take service positions, and they Bo Jangled it up or more tips. Also the performance of the train attendant was great.The musical numbers were a brilliant mix of choreography and cinematography. Many are familiar with Busby Berkly's work, but, in my opinion, his later work borders on the ridiculous. This is the movie where it is just enough spectacle not to be silly. I think that this movie could be remade, and made better with steadicam. The final number is what sparked my recent interest in tap dancing. I have to admit that I did not understand the rape scene. This number is easily the best number in the film. The only thing it lacked...LEGS!

Randy P (nl) wrote: Other then the fact that the evil goes across a town and inside a night club, this is where the Hellraiser series went to hell. Pardon the pun.