History Fridge / BeautyAndTheBeast

25th Jan '16 10:50:56 AM WriterGirl2015
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* Maurice is out in the cold for at least three or four days searching for Belle, and it's not unlikely that he was out for longer. And [=Lefou=] stands in the same spot while fall turns to winter. Think about that one a while.
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* Maurice is out in the cold for at least three or four days searching for Belle, and it's not unlikely that he was out for longer. What if Belle hadn't asked to see him in the magic mirror and arrived to rescue him when she did? And [=Lefou=] stands in the same spot while fall turns to winter. Think about that one a while.

** Imagine Maurice's fate of collapsing in the woods in exhaustion and hunger and freezing to death if Belle hadn't requested to see him in the magic mirror and got there in time when she did.
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** Imagine Maurice's fate of collapsing in the woods in exhaustion and hunger and freezing to death if Belle hadn't requested to see him in the magic mirror and got there in time when she did.
25th Jan '16 10:46:46 AM WriterGirl2015
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** Imagine Maurice's fate of collapsing in the woods in exhaustion and hunger and freezing to death if Belle hadn't requested to see him in the magic mirror and got there in time when she did.
25th Jan '16 10:44:53 AM WriterGirl2015
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* Imagine the outcome for Belle in the forest with the wolfs attacking her if the Beast hadn't come when he did. ** What about when the wolves attack Maurice? Imagine his fate if he hadn't reached the castle in time when the wolves came upon him and he slammed the gate.
12th Jan '16 10:28:09 PM ajitter89
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** Or simpler still the curse hasn't lasted a Decade, but just a couple years.

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* So the Beast let Belle go, because he loves her, how romantic. Except for, uhm the hundreds of other lives in the balance. If Belle hadn't come back then what's would have stopped them from turning against their master in anger now that all hope was gone, much like the Village had done against Belle?

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** Or even easier, Lumiere was speaking in metaphors, and the curse hasn't lasted a decade but a couple years.
12th Jan '16 10:14:21 PM ajitter89
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*** Honestly it's speculation, people believe this, due to the lyric in "Be Our Guest," about rusting for 10 years, it's merely a metaphor. Clearly the castle hasn't had a guest in a long time, if ever, also they are under a curse, that they aren't allowed to speak about. Clearly they had wanted company long before the Enchantress came along and they haven't been objects all this time, but they can't let Belle know that, so at the very least it's probably been a couple years, as the rose looses several petals over Belle's time in the palace, so it's clearly loosing them by the months, maybe weeks, not years.
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*** Honestly it's speculation, people believe this, due to the lyric in "Be Our Guest," about rusting for 10 years, it's merely a metaphor. Clearly the castle hasn't had a guest in a long time, and given the Prince's original nature it would be highly unlike if ever, they ever had a guest before, also they are under a curse, that they aren't allowed to speak about. Clearly they They had wanted company long before the Enchantress came along and they haven't been objects all this time, but they can't let Belle know that, so at that. At the very least it's probably been a couple years, years not close to a decade, as the rose looses several petals over Belle's time in the palace, Going from a somewhat healthy glow when she first encounters it in the west wing, to completely wilted after Gaston's attack, so it's clearly most likely loosing them by the months, maybe weeks, not years.
12th Jan '16 10:09:44 PM ajitter89
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*** Honestly it's speculation, people believe this, due to the lyric in "Be Our Guest," about rusting for 10 years, it's merely a metaphor. Clearly the castle hasn't had a guest in a long time, if ever, also they are under a curse, that they aren't allowed to speak about. Clearly they had wanted company long before the Enchantress came along and they haven't been objects all this time, but they can't let Belle know that, so at the very least it's probably been a couple years, as the rose looses several petals over Belle's time in the palace, so it's clearly loosing them by the months, maybe weeks, not years.
2nd Jan '16 9:01:38 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* Belle referring to Gaston as "positively primeval" is, on the surface, a StealthInsult. But it also serves as {{foreshadowing}} for his becoming more animalistic later in the film.
31st Dec '15 5:12:25 AM rememberthehood1941
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* Why does the Beast look concerned for Maurice when Belle sees him dying in the mirror? Given the time of period that has passed (the movie starts in autumn and ends at the beginning of spring) and how close they've become, chances are very good that the Beast and Belle did talk about her father at least once and the Beast would know how close the two of them are. His concern for Maurice is a reflection of his concern for Belle.
18th Dec '15 10:46:04 AM dante8
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* The villagers were easily swayed by Gaston, participated in his fight against the Beast, adored him. Now what if another person like that comes along with evil intentions?
18th Dec '15 10:40:56 AM dante8
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* Monsieur D'arque, who runs the asylum, says he loves the idea of throwing Maurice in there for no good reason. Imagine all the other undeserving people he could have locked up, and the condition he would keep the asylum in. At the end of the movie he still runs it.

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