Movie Review: Beauty and the Beast 3D


If you are a huge fan of traditional animation, you will most certainly enjoy the movie Beauty and the Beast 3D. This movie review will give you an insight as to why this movie is so great, and why you should go out and watch it with your entire family.

Watching DreamWorks and Pixar movies are really great; however, nothing beats watching the traditional animation; as such, you should not give up the opportunity to watch Beauty and the Beast 3D. Furthermore, with the 3D conversion, you can expect that this classic animation will be transformed into something that you will never forget. It must be stated in this movie review that you will most definitely not be disappointed when you watch Beauty and the Beast 3D. For this reason, the movie was, is and will always be one of the best animation films to be made.

It is hard to use only words to describe how great this movie is. Just like the original, you will enjoy everything about the film: the songs, the storyline, the characters and the animation. Beauty and the Beast 3D is uplifting, as well as very entertaining, and during the eighty-four minutes runtime you are guaranteed to have a smile on your face. This classic film will take you on a rollercoaster ride of emotions from charm to happiness, bravery to thrill and repentance to romance.

It is a fact that over the years there has been a lot that has been discussed, read and written about Beauty and the Beast; however, there has not been a lot that has been said about this classic film’s 3D conversion. And for that reason you need to continue reading this movie review. To some persons, the 3D conversion of Beauty and the Beast seems a bit strange, since the original film was primarily made up of hand-drawn art; however, once you go and see the film for yourself, it will all make sense to you. An interesting fact to take into consideration is that the film was animated using Computer Animation Production System (CAPS), which enabled the crew to use depth to enhance the stage sequences and multiplane effects. So in some sense, the 3D aspect of the movie already existed.

It is also worth mentioning in this movie review that you will not find any ‘poke-out’ segments while watching Beauty and the Beast 3D. The 3D version is directed by Kirk Wise Beauty and Gary Trousdale. The main characters are David Ogden Stiers, Jerry Orbach, Richard White, Robby Benson and Paige O’Hara. The release date is set for January 13, 2011.