Belle's Magical World comes to life in three charming fantasy adventures presented like chapters in a storybook. In The Perfect Word, a silly misunderstanding between Belle and the Beast leads to a lesson in forgiveness. Then, in Fifi's Folly, a romantic evening for Lumiere and Fifi snowballs into a thrilling plunge down the mountain in a runaway sleigh. In Broken Wing, Belle urges the Beast to free a tiny songbird as an act of kindness. Enriched with gentle lessons and two original songs that seamlessly fold one tale into the next. Written by
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"Belle's Magical World" and "The Enchanted Christmas" are both great D.T.V.s
I had watched "Belle's Magical World" 5 days ago on YouTube, and I thought it was is a very cute and funny midquel. This film enriched with gentle lessons, which I do not mind at all, and two original songs that seamlessly fold one tale into the next; I don't think they are cheesy as everyone thinks, and besides I think the animation is swell. Overall this film and "The Enchanted Christmas" are both great D.T.V.s. And since the film is in three adventures presented like chapters in a storybook, my favorite "story" is "Fifi's Folly."
You know, a lot of people have been putting negative reviews, because they are comparing to the original film, and also about the time consumption like: How long did Belle stayed at the castle? And what about her dad? And was Lefou still guarding the house? Well, my theory is that the two films bookmarks before the Library scene in the first film. So she had spend the winter in the castle, and her dad (having no sense of direction) search all winter for the castle. And as to the last question well...even a lacky like Lefou can " bend" his orders (for food and warm).
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