This movie is very overrated and the reason why the film is popular because of its promotion. Emma Watson performance is really boring as hell and her voice is not that good. I suggest you to watch the original version (1991). Dan Stevens and Luke Evans performance is pretty good tho. Overall, its the worst Disney film i've ever watched.
Beauty and the Beast (2017) 720p YIFY Movie
Beauty and the Beast (2017)
An adaptation of the fairy tale about a monstrous-looking prince and a young woman who fall in love.
IMDB: 7.744 Likes
The Synopsis for Beauty and the Beast (2017) 720p
Disney's animated classic takes on a new form, with a widened mythology and an all-star cast. A young prince, imprisoned in the form of a beast, can be freed only by true love. What may be his only opportunity arrives when he meets Belle, the only human girl to ever visit the castle since it was enchanted.
The Director and Players for Beauty and the Beast (2017) 720p
The Reviews for Beauty and the Beast (2017) 720p
BoringReviewed byc2007Vote: 2/10
Like all Disney fans from the 80's to present, I found myself excited to see this live action adaptation once I saw the teaser poster! I decided to ignore the naysaying that followed with the trailers, and the wave of immoral rhetoric being associated with the sexuality of LeFou. (Rolls eyes)
Ignoring all of this I decided to make a judgement call after seeing the movie. I've came to the conclusion that this movie is to Disney movies what the original Blair witch was to the horror genre. This movie apparently cost $160,000,000 which begs to question: Where did they spend all this money? The sets designs and props were hastily put together. The village at the opening looks like the village Dorothy lands in, at the beginning of the wizard of oz. Next is the CGI! The budget and expertise behind Disney should not have been lacking. This movie could've been a cash cow. But the sad fact is, Disney let fine details and lackadaisical work ethic be passed off as a masterpiece.
Emma Watson is a tremendous actress, and this is evident in her ability to phone in a wonderful performance to a imaginary beast. Disney please, please... please heed this. When the Gorilla from 'Mighty Joe Young' a movie from 1998 looks more realistic than your beast in 2017 you must realize you've made a mistake. Disney used to be the go to for amazing movies that left you with spirit and wonder. What they've proved with their latest live action movies Is the realization, that they just crank out regurgitated movies with less effort just to cash in on nostalgia. From now on we will be renting Disney movies from redbox instead of seeing them in theaters.
Sure, I'm a huge film snob who (on the surface) only likes artsy-fartsyforeign films from before the 60's, but that hasn't stopped me fromloving Disney's Beauty & The Beast; in fact, it's probably my favoriteAmerican animated film and is easily Disney's finest work. It'sbeautiful, it's breathtaking, it's warm, it's hilarious, it'scaptivating, and, in Disney fashion, it's magical. When I learned thatDisney would be remaking their classic films, B&TB was undeniably thebest wrapped package. How could they go wrong?
Oh man, they went wrong.
First thing's first: this film is so flat. The directing was dull anduninteresting throughout the entire film and it honestly felt like oneof the Twilight sequels...and then I looked it up and found out that,yes, director Bill Condon was the man behind Breaking Dawn parts 1 & 2.Every shot looks bored and uninterested, which contrasts heavily withthe original animated film that was constantly popping with vibrancy.The script too is boring because it's almost a complete remake of theoriginal, though I guess most people won't mind that.
Next: the CGI is horrid. Although I didn't care for The Jungle Bookfrom last year, I could at least admit that the CGI was breathtaking.The same cant be said for this film. Characters like Lumière,Cogsworth, Mrs Potts, and most of the cursed appliances have verystrange, lifeless faces that are pretty off putting to be looking atfor such a long time. All of the sets too look artificial and fake,especially the town towards the beginning. However, the biggestoffender is easily and infuriatingly the character that mattered most:The Beast. The CGI on the Beast's face is so distracting that itcompletely takes you out of the film. His eyes are completely devoid ofsoul, and his mouth is a gaping video game black hole of fiction. KlausKinski looked much better in the Faerie Tale Theatre episode of Beauty& The Beast, and that was a 1984 TV show episode. But do you know whyit looked better? Because it was an actual face with actual eyes, notsome video game computerized synthetic monstrosity. When will studioslearn that practical effects will always top CGI?
Finally: wasted casting. Emma Watson is beautiful, but she's no Belle.She is completely devoid of the warmth and humanity that made theanimated Belle so beloved. Instead, she is cold and heartlessthroughout most of the film. Kevin Kline is 100% wasted and doesnothing except look old. Ian McKellan, Ewan McGregor, Emma Thompson,and even Dan Stevens as the Beast are very expendable and could've beenplayed by anyone else. The only good characters are Gaston and LeFou,mostly because they are fun and played by actors who breathe new lifeinto their original shapes. If anything, this film should've been aboutGaston and LeFou, but that would never happen because that would meanDisney couldn't cater to blind nostalgic 90's kids.
Overall, this film is a complete bore. It could've been better if eventhe special effects were good, but the CGI in particular is horrendous.I'm all for Disney remaking their nostalgia- catering 90's films, butthey need to be interesting. This film, sadly, is not. Even theChristmas sequel is better than this film because it's at leastsomething.