Beauty Beast A wealthy prince (Dan Stevens) is hosting a debutante ball at his castle when an elderly beggar woman (Hattie Morahan) comes in from the cold. She offers a single rose as payment only to be turned away for her haggard appearance. The old woman warns the prince not to be deceived by appearances, then reveals herself to be a beautiful enchantress when the prince ignores her warning. She transforms the prince into a hideous Beast and his servants into various household objects. The enchantress then proceeds to enchant the rose before warning the Beast that he will remain in his cursed state unless he learns to love another and earns her love in return by the time the last petal falls. Watch More Videos http://rjsmovie.co/movies.
Beauty Beast Years later, in the village of Villeneuve, a young girl named Belle (Emma Watson) is bored of her village life. Gaston (Luke Evans), a vain hunter, tries to woo Belle but she repeatedly spurns him. Belle lives with her father, a music-box inventor named Maurice (Kevin Kline), who is overprotective of her after losing his wife when Belle was a child.
Beauty Beast When Maurice leaves to sell his music boxes, he runs into a pack of wolves, who chase him, only to stop at the gates of a mysterious castle. After entering and eating a fathomable dinner, he immediately leaves after supposedly hearing a teacup talk. Before leaving, he plucks a rose from a nearby bush. The Beast rushes Maurice and imprisons him in the castle. Maurice’s horse, Philippe, rushes back home, and Belle rides him back to the castle. When the Beast refuses to release Maurice, Belle offers herself be taken in his place, despite Maurice’s objections.
Beauty and the Beast As Belle languishes in the dungeon, she is suddenly released by the castle’s bouteiller, Lumiere (Ewan McGregor), who was turned into a candelabra as a result of the Enchantress’s curse. He gives her a more comfortable room, despite the objections of the castle’s majordomo, Cogsworth (Ian McKellen), who was turned into a mantel clock. Belle acquaints herself with the other castle patrons–the head of the castle’s kitchen staff, Mrs. Potts (Emma Thompson), now a teapot; her son Chip (Nathan Mack), now a teacup; court composer Maestro Cadenza (Stanley Tucci), now a harpsichord; Maestro Cadenza’s wife and opera singer, Madame de Garderobe (Audra McDonald), now a wardrobe; and Lumiere’s girlfriend Plumette (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), now a feather duster.
After the staff offer Belle a meal, she wanders into the forbidden West Wing. When the Beast frightens her out into the forest, Belle encounters the wolves. The Beast saves Belle but he gets injured in the process. As she takes him back at the castle to recuperate, Mrs. Potts informs Belle that the Beast was raised by his selfish father after his kind mother died, causing Belle to sympathize with the Beast. She also learns that if the Beast fails to break the curse, his servants will become completely inanimate.
Meanwhile, Maurice returns to Villeneuve but is unable to convince the others to rescue Belle. Gaston goes with him to gain his approval to marry Belle, but soon tires of Maurice’s seemingly far-fetched tale and reveals his true colors, prompting Maurice to declare that he will never have Belle’s hand in marriage. In revenge, Gaston chains Maurice to a tree. However, Maurice is rescued by a villager named Agathe and he returns to the village to confront Gaston. Although some of the villagers defend Maurice, Gaston convinces the villagers to have Maurice send to the asylum for insanity.
A live-action adaptation of Disney’s version of the classic ‘Beauty and the Beast’ tale of a cursed prince and a beautiful young woman who helps him break the spell.