Lopert Pictures Corporation | Release Date: August 16, 2002
7.9
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Generally favorable reviews based on 38 Ratings
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monkeybrainspitMar 1, 2011
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beingryanjudeAug 29, 2014
Beauty and the Beast is one of the great marvels of animation. A beautiful story, filled with classic Disney music and magic. As good as it is, it is not perfect.
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jeff_reviewsJul 4, 2013
A film that doesn't rely on any gimmicks, yet it has wonderful storytelling and memorable songs. A tale as old as time, song as old as rhyme, "Beauty and the Beast".
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JeffKJun 20, 2006
Magical film.
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elguruDec 9, 2021
Both main characters look like 40s pornstars LUL, good job mr. cocteau.....
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donaldistJul 5, 2016
"Belle, you mustn't look into my eyes. You needn't fear. You will never see me, except each evening at 7:00, when you will dine, and I will come to the great hall. And never look into my eyes."
76/100, or B+
Oddly enough, when set in the
"Belle, you mustn't look into my eyes. You needn't fear. You will never see me, except each evening at 7:00, when you will dine, and I will come to the great hall. And never look into my eyes."
76/100, or B+
Oddly enough, when set in the real world, this film falls victim to some of the usual flaws of old myths, becoming stilted and abstractly moral; in the Beast's castle, the film is gorgeous and haunting, the best sort of gothic fairy tale. Fortunately enough, most of the film is set within Beasty's castle, and this film handles the Beast better than any other, in that he is actually allowed to be a beast, scary and strange and pitiable, rather than just a fuzzy charmer with a slightly growly disposition (I'm looking at you, Disney version). Jean Marais is just fantastic as the Beast, but, for some reason or other, he's a poor actor when outside the fur suit (he double-roles as a scurrilous romantic rival). Anyway, much recommended for those of you who like yout fairy tales to stick in the back of your throats.
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