Sunday, 26 March 2017

Visual Effect Treat Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’

Visual Effect treat and the live-action remake of the animated Disney classic Beauty and the beast opens in the theater hall all across with a record-setting opening, making the movie the seventh-largest domestic opening of all time.

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast has hit the market with a roar actually a roar indeed.

Taking in $170 million domestically, Beauty and the Beast has actually had  topped the previous year March month opening  which had recorded of $166 million  Us dollar set by Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice .

It has also proved to be the  seventh largest opening weekend ever, ahead of the $169.1 million opening from the popular movie Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2.

Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” is a live-action re-telling of the studio’s animated classic which refashions the classic characters from the tale as old as time for a contemporary audience, staying true to the original music while updating the score with several new songs.

“Beauty and the Beast” is the fantastic journey of Belle, a bright, beautiful and independent young woman who is taken prisoner by a beast in his castle.

Despite her fears, she befriends the castle’s enchanted staff and learns to look beyond the Beast’s hideous exterior and realize the kind heart and soul of the true Prince within.

The film stars: Emma Watson as Belle; Dan Stevens as the Beast; Luke Evans as Gaston.

The sheer dexterity is overwhelming, and only the sternest viewer will be able to resist the onslaught of such thoroughly marketed magic.

Disney has indeed ripped a jewel out of its casing and set it in something far more elaborate; the effect is garish rather than nostalgic, frustrating rather than memorable.

Though it may come with much familiarity and not much tweaking in its story, the film is still a magical tale that rekindles the classical aura of the Disney original animation.

Beauty and the Beast shines with its immense star power, dazzling visuals and infectious tunes that refreshes a tale as old as time for new and old audiences.

This is a live-action remake of Disney’s classic love story. ‘Beauty lies within’ is what an enchantress expects a vain and arrogant prince (Dan Stevens) to know.

He learns it the hard way when her curse turns him into a terrifying beast. Her spell can only be broken if he finds true love. Meanwhile, Belle (Emma Watson), the non-conforming daughter of a village inventor and artist, seeks an adventure. She stumbles upon the beast and magic unfolds…
The special effects, sound, costumes, voice-overs, songs – overall production values are first-rate.

The movie  make us  live the fairy-tale once again since it takes  us to the castle along with Belle, experiencing her new unfold adventure.

The movie depiction of eternal love between Watson and mo-cap Stevens.

It’s become awe-inspiring to view the overall visual excellence and grandeur of this spectacular production. It is actually a visual effect treat to our eye.

While story-wise it stays true to the original animated film, the execution is a lot darker, grimmer.
The beast gets a terrifying CGI makeover with Stevens rendering a decent motion-capture memorable performance.

Watson plays the feminist heroine with conviction.

While we like this feisty protagonist, her slightly modified character lacks a certain amount of compassion, making her seem a tad conceited more than confident.

Luke Evans is equally impressive as the self-obsessed, hare-brained Romeo.

What essentially works for ‘Beauty and the Beast’ is its relevance. The sets the grandeur the visual effect shorts makes it  a brilliant movie to watch.

It stands out because no matter how old the tale, it holds significance especially today, when smart phones and selfies have turned us all into beauty loving beasts.

The special effects, sound, costumes, voice-overs, songs – overall production values are first-rate.

Its a live the fairy-tale which will transported you to the castle along with Belle, experiencing her adventure.

With the amount of visual effect use that we get to see in the movie actually opens up the door of aspirant visual effect artist to acquire the set skills and being apart of such a project.

The popularity of visual effect is growing moves are actually being made and liked since we are giving such Visual effect treat to our viewers.

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