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1810. After losing his fortune at sea, a ruined merchant is forced to retire to the countryside with his six children. Among them is Belle, his youngest daughter, who is full of joy and grace. On an arduous journey, the Merchant discovers the magical realm of the Beast, who sentences him to death for stealing a rose. Belle, who blames herself for her family's terrible misfortune, decides to sacrifice her life in place of her father's. However, it isn't death that awaits Belle in the Beast's castle, but rather a peculiar life of magic, joy and melancholy. Each evening, Belle joins the Beast for dinner. They gradually come to know and trust each other, like two strangers that everything conspires to keep apart. Even as Belle fights off his advances, she tries to unravel the riddles of the Beast and his domain. At night, fragments of the Beast's past come to her in dreams. From the tragic story they tell, she learns that this wild and solitary creature was once a handsome prince. Armed with only her courage and her open heart, Belle triumphs over danger. She succeeds in releasing the Beast from the evil spell, and discovers true love.

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“Beauty and the Beast” has a couple of slight hiccups to it that are presumably borne out of Gans’s preference for purely visual storytelling over traditional narrative—the stor...
124d ago
C/A+
An extravagant French Beauty And The Beast only gets skin deep.
124d ago
Christophe Gans’s telling of Beauty and the Beast abounds in impersonal and unsatisfying sumptuousness.
124d ago
Vincent Cassel (“Black Swan”) and Lea Seydoux (“The Grand Budapest Hotel”) star in director Christophe Gans’ adaptation of the timeless French fairy tale.
124d ago
Cassel’s feline visage, covered in a velvety layer of fur for most of the movie, doesn’t fare much better. At times, he resembles an angry cast member from Cats rather than the ...
124d ago
30/100
Christophe Gans's effects-heavy, emotion-light new telling of the classic fairy tale is a garish spectacle with no clear audience in mind.
124d ago
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