'Beauty and The Beast' Just as Good as Animated Version: Cogill

by Wade Massey March 19, 2017, 0:20
'Beauty and The Beast' Just as Good as Animated Version: Cogill

Censors in Malaysia have gone one step further and asked Disney to cut what it deems a "gay moment", but the studio says it won't make any changes.

"By the way, Disney's live action Beauty and The Beast opens today", the usual Google Assistant voice read at the end of a "My Day" summary, without any distinguishing features to indicate the message was an advertisement. "I want them all!" she says as the video begins while the little creatures are being placed on her lap. Luke Evans (Gaston) and Josh Gad (LeFou) recreated their roles, Belle player Emma Watson was unable to be there, leaving it to James Corden to don wig and do the part. "Like numerous additions to this movie, I think it's a attractive, subtle moment that does its job and is left alone". It's just something I've noticed with these live-action remakes (reenactments?). Ultimately they ALL got there to create a satisfying new take on a timeless classic. This is a film that's family friendly and one that I highly recommend going to see. "I thought the power a person could have to transport you from your seat to the world they were inhabiting was such an incredible skill". The remake, now on its regular screening in city theaters, is directed by Oscar victor Bill Condon. It will either enhance your love for Disney even more or introduce you to a attractive story. Remember that this is not exactly the same as the original (if that's what you are expecting) and the more you compare the two, the less you will enjoy this version. Let me tell you, children won't be able to figure it out.

Gad told USA media it was a "lovely moment at the end of the film". Which flick are you checking out this week?

Deputy Home Minister Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed said that the movie would be allowed to be screened only if Disney was agreeable to the Malaysian Censorship Board (LPF) censoring the offending scene. It took in a strong $11.5 million on its opening day, debuting as the No. 1 film in all but one market (Slovakia, where it was the No. 1 non-local film).

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