Beauty is the backbone of her family. Without her nothing is ever done and no one is ever on time. But when her father angers a beast living in an enchanted castle, Beauty takes his punishment. She leaves her family and lives in the castle where, for the first time in her life, she starts to think about what she really wants. With her host only appearing at supper time, Beauty finds her own ways to amuse herself, but at night she dreams of a lost prince who constantly asks for her help. Through her choices Beauty learns what is important and what wishing can accomplish. Written by
[singing in separate rooms of the castle]
Just wish for the moon and the moon will appear, lighting the sky just for you/if you imagine your fears disappear/there's nothing you can't do/I'll make a wish for two/and I'll imagine I'm dancing with you.
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If you have watched Beauty and the Beast animation and think you will going to see the same story, think again. This one took place earlier and doesn't have castle personnel turned into furniture. Maybe this is a fair adaptation of the classical story but the problem is that it is pretty boring. You see Beauty walking around in the castle and having dreams about a prince. In the evening she has dinner with Beast who really doesn't look that scary or does not come across as mean (which he is supposed to be in the beginning). And than he asks do you want to marry me. I can understand that Beauty does say no as he never spends time with her during daytime. Unlike other Cannon movie Tales I didn't like this one at all. I couldn't find anything enchanting, captivating or interesting in it.
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