Beauty and the Beast
Have you ever gone back to your old elementary school? Taken a moment to walk down the halls and reflect on your memories of the place compared to what the reality is? That’s kind of like what watching Bill Condon’s Beauty and the Beast is like. It’s almost exactly what
By now some of you have hopefully gone and seen Disney’s Frozen. If you read my review you know that I loved it, but it got me thinking about how Disney titles their movies these days. Frozen was at one point going to be called The Snow Queen, but was
In a somewhat left field turn Mal picked the disney classic Beauty and the Beast for his latest entry into the film club catalogue. But how does its animation and its storytelling hold up against a much glossier, contemporary world of animation. Only one way to find out, put on your
Kristal and Marcos are back to talk about TV. This episode includes discussions on Castle, Wedding Band, and Bones, along with various new items like The Killing possibly living on, the cancellation of America’s Best Dance Crew, renewals, full season orders, and so on. Also, since it’s the 10th Anniversary of Firefly, the
Don Hahn has produced some of the most beloved Disney films of all time including The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, and Who Framed Roger Rabbit?. His work has brought joy and enchantment to thousands of people around the globe, including me. I can say in all honesty that
Never let it be said that the TV industry doesn’t know how to share. This fall’s lineup of new fodder might sound a little familiar, owing to the fact that it’s lifted from shows that are already smash hits. It’s a way of ensuring success in the dog-eat-dog world of
While The CW isn’t as big as the other four networks, they do have some promising shows in the works. They also have some shows that are so out there, that they’ll either be great or crash in a blaze. The CW doesn’t work the same as other networks, allowing
In the world of viral videos, lip-dubs and voice overs are easy to make and ever present. So when one comes around that truly makes you laugh, you know it’s special. In honor of our Beauty and the Beast 3D coverage as of late, it only makes sense to share
The CW is making quite predictable and yet some quite uncanny choices regarding pilots to be shot this year. Arrow is a present day take based on the DC Comics archer Green Arrow, and is gonna be written and exec-produced by Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg. This is
Imagine this challenge: you have to create a character that is half animal/half human. Scary but lovable. Intimidating, but charming enough to deserve the love of a beautiful young lady. I know right? But this is what the animators at Disney had to tackle while making Beauty and the Beast.
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast has returned to theaters in 3-D, and has already done huge business. The folks at the Mouse House are swimming in the money from these classic re-releases, so what good reason is there to see a movie you’ve probably watched hundreds of times on a squeaky VHS tape at your parents’ place? Well…here’s eight reasons…
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST 3D is a stunning visual experience! The classic film has only been enhanced by 3D, bringing depth and drama to an already great film.
There are so very few truly empowered characters in film nowadays, especially female ones. That’s probably one of the reasons why BEAUTY AND THE BEAST is still relevant: it has one of the most interesting lead characters in a family film: Belle. Growing up as a shy, nerdy, little girl