Beauty and the Beast (2017) 1080p YIFY Movie

Beauty and the Beast (2017) 1080p

An adaptation of the fairy tale about a monstrous-looking prince and a young woman who fall in love.

IMDB: 7.7166 Likes

  • Genre: Family | Fantasy
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.96G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 129
  • IMDB Rating: 7.7/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 123 / 1123

The Synopsis for Beauty and the Beast (2017) 1080p

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) 1080p

[Director]Bill Condon
[Role:]Emma Watson
[Role:]Dan Stevens
[Role:]Luke Evans


The Reviews for Beauty and the Beast (2017) 1080p


Reviewed byphantom_pixieVote: 1/10/10

As a fan of the original Disney film (Personally I feel it's theirmasterpiece) I was taken aback to the fact that a new version was inthe making. Still excited I had high hopes for the film. Most of wasshattered in the first 10 minutes. Campy acting with badly performedsinging starts off a long journey holding hands with some of the worstCGI Hollywood have managed to but to screen in ages.

A film that is over 50% GCI, should focus on making that partbelievable, unfortunately for this film, it's far from that. It lookslike the original film was ripped apart frame by frame and thebeautiful hand-painted drawings have been replaced with digitalcaricatures. Besides CGI that is bad, it's mostly creepy. As the littleteacup boy will give me nightmares for several nights to come. EmmaWatson plays the same character as she always does, with very littleacting effort and very little conviction as Belle. Although I can seewhy she was cast in the film based on merits, she is far from the rightchoice for the role. Dan Stevens does alright under as some motioncaptured dead-eyed Beast, but his performance feels flat as well. LukeEvans makes for a great pompous Gaston, but a character that has littledepth doesn't really make for a great viewing experience. Josh Gad is agreat comic relief just like the original movie's LeFou. Other thanthat, none of the cast stands out enough for me to remember them. Humanor CHI creature. I was just bored through out the whole experience. Andfor a project costing $160 000 000, I can see why the PR department ispushing it so hard because they really need to get some cash back onthis pile of wet stinky CGI-fur!

All and all, I might be bias from really loving Disney's firstadaptation. That for me marks the high-point of all their work,perfectly combining the skills of their animators along with some CGIin a majestic blend. This film however is more like the bucket you washoff your paintbrush in, it has all the same colors, but muddled withwater and to thin to make a captivating story from. The film is quitefrankly not worth your time, you would be better off watching theoriginal one more time.

Extensive review **SPOILERS BELOW**Reviewed bytmzaepfelVote: 2/10

I'm going to share an unpopular opinion. I'm heartily sorry to my fellow Disney fans, but I feel the need to say something: This obsession/worship of the new Beauty and the Beast is BS.

I saw this film with my 6-year-old a couple weeks ago. While there's plenty about which to gripe, here's one of my biggest problems: I can't stand this constant CGI-heavy everything-must-be-a-sequel-or- a- remake era of film making. It's making movie makers lazy.

Wanna make a buck? How about remake the biggest Disney films of all time but in LIVE ACTION. OMG *heart emoji* *heart eyes emoji* *crying emoji* *hands raised emoji*

More like dollar signs. That's all this film was about. Dollars. Millions and millions of them. Yes, every film needs to make money, but Disney isn't hurting. They can afford to make quality films... and they do! They really do. But this wasn't one of them. This was a cash grab and nothing more.

Let's focus on the visuals in the film. Stills from the finished product were gorgeous. Everything was so intricate and colorful and on such a huge scale. The problem is that it was literally everywhere.

Go to an art gallery. There are canvases, stand alone sculptures, photos, etc. All organized in a specific way. There's a break between each piece, whether by floor or wall, that allows you to digest it and have a moment to reflect.

Movies like B&TB are like the entire building in which you hold the gallery is a "work of art". There's no space to reflect, just constant stimulation. You haven't a moment to enjoy the beauty and grandeur of it all because it's literally everywhere.

Storytelling-wise, it was all over the place. They already had a basic story thanks to the original, but you can't just do that. You have to add as much back story as you can, fill those plot holes, make it the SAME but BETTER.

They were shoehorning in so much that half the damn thing was backstory. And it wasn't told chronologically. Noooo, ma'am. That's not how the original was structured, so we CAN'T deviate from THAT. What about the music? The music? You mean the mostly half-assed regurgitated pile of those classic songs I loved listening to growing up and still enjoy? And the extra songs shoved in just so that you always had something to distract you from how they didn't know how to write a proper story with poignant and meaningful silences?

Look. I love Emma Watson. I really do, but her voice... She sounded weak. I'm sure she tried really hard, but she doesn't have the vocal chops for this. Don't get me started on Ewan McGregor's horrible accent and lazy singing.

The Beast was fine, but his song after Belle left totally ruined the moment. He was supposed to be in pain and the moment in the original film where he roared out the window was perfect. You understood his sorry and his sacrifice. No song needed.

And since when is Gaston NOT a baritone? To be fair, though, Gaston and LeFou were the best thing about this whole mess. They should have just done a movie about their war adventures and I would've been happy.

They poured on the whole "LeFou is gay" thing a bit thick for my taste. It was the only thing that added levity to the movie (despite how much fun it should have been already), but it seemed a bit cheap. I'm not going to apologize for wanting more for my LGBTQ characters than to be just the comic relief.

Want to know a CGI-heavy Disney remake that they did right? Surprisingly enough... it was The Jungle Book. They took the old one, used a couple of the songs, but made it completely their own. It was a similar story, but they didn't rely completely on it. Leave it to my boy Jon Favreau to retell an old story with fake animals and make it feel more real and original than anything in B&TB.

That's all I can think to say for now. Call me jaded and picky. It might be true, but it's also true that I have higher standards for my movies... especially from Disney.

TL;DR - Over-CGI'd-musical-number-heavy mess attempts to distract you from the fan-service-and-needless-backstory-filled plot so that you don't realize what you are watching is just shiny, saccharine- glazed vomit.

An Honest ReviewReviewed bygenerationofswineVote: 1/10

If it were in a theater rather than a cinema, it would have been great.

But the fact is we saw this before when it was called Beauty & the Beast.

The songs we all heard before. Rather than an animated background you have a computer animated background but we have still seen it before.

We sit down and pay to watch a movie we already saw turn live action and follow the same plot, the same game, as the movie we fell in love with oh so many years ago.

We are living in an era for that, but we still want it to change at least a little.

Like all remakes it is dull and boring and utterly mindless. Like all remakes it makes changes that are unnecessary and irritating and in some cases, fairly insulting to the fans of the original: Belle, not her father, is the eccentric town inventor and that would, maybe, work if he wasn't supposed get locked up for being, well, the eccentric town inventor with a story about a Beast.

Take away the establishment of one character that is sort of necessary to the plot and give it to another where it is less important to advance the story and do it only because, well, it's a remake, you have to find at least one way to really insult the fans...

And changes like this are the only way to do it because, otherwise, you have the EXACT same movie you saw before with little changes made to really just drag the monotony out as much as you can.

I hate remakes, but the fact that it IS THE SAME MOVIE just makes it so much more monotonous to watch than your average remake.

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