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24th Aug '17 10:54:53 AM NateTheGreat
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* The first trailer for the 2017 film has a very melancholy feel, showing the nearly-empty castle, having clearly fallen apart over the years. It does, however, end on a hopeful note with Belle showing up. It can also induce ''happy'' tears for fans of the original, the image of Belle finding the enchanted rose being particularly striking.


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!!Tear Jerkers for the [[Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017 2017 live-action film]]:
* The first trailer for the 2017 film has a very melancholy feel, showing the nearly-empty castle, having clearly fallen apart over the years. It does, however, end on a hopeful note with Belle showing up. It can also induce ''happy'' tears for fans of the original, the image of Belle finding the enchanted rose being particularly striking.
2nd Jun '17 8:32:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* After that, the InMemoriam to [[CriticalExistenceFailure Howard Ashman]], the lyricist for the film who worked with AlanMenken for several other films of the Disney Renaissance, and who died before it was released.

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* After that, the InMemoriam to [[CriticalExistenceFailure Howard Ashman]], the lyricist for the film who worked with AlanMenken Music/AlanMenken for several other films of the Disney Renaissance, and who died before it was released.
18th Apr '17 8:46:42 AM Pamina
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* Even in the midst of his NightmareFuel-saturated outburst after discovering Belle in the West Wing, you can hear a hint of anguish in the Beast's voice as he roars at her to get out. And after she runs off, his angry expression slowly turns to horror, [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone and he covers his face with his paw in agonized remorse.]]

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* Even in the midst of his NightmareFuel-saturated outburst after discovering Belle in the West Wing, you can hear a hint of anguish in the Beast's voice as he roars at her to get out. He's not just angry that she disobeyed his orders, but was terrified that she could have damaged the rose and left him trapped as a Beast forever. And after she runs off, his angry expression slowly turns to horror, [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone and he covers his face with his paw in agonized remorse.]]



* The actual scene where the Beast releases her is completely heartbreaking because it meant two ''very'' different things to the characters. Belle has no idea just how badly the Beast is hurting.

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* The actual scene where the Beast releases her is completely heartbreaking because it meant two ''very'' different things to the characters. Belle has no idea just how badly the Beast is hurting.hurting, nor does she realize the sacrifice he's making for her.
17th Apr '17 9:16:29 AM Pamina
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** There's also a little FridgeHorror involving [=LeFou=]. How DOES he react to Gaston's death anyway? Of course he could have pulled a {{Heel-Face Turn}}, finally seen Gaston as the true monster he is and happily moved on as he explicitly does in the [[Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017 live-action remake]]. But if not (and we have no way of knowing), then imagine how devastated he must have been to lose his idol in such a horrible way!

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** There's also a little FridgeHorror involving [=LeFou=]. How DOES he react to Gaston's death anyway? Of course he could have pulled a {{Heel-Face {{Heel Face Turn}}, finally seen Gaston as the true monster he is and happily moved on on, as he explicitly does in the [[Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017 live-action remake]]. But if not (and we have no way of knowing), then imagine how devastated he must have been to lose his idol in such a horrible way!
17th Apr '17 9:15:01 AM Pamina
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** There's also a little FridgeHorror involving [=LeFou=]. How DOES he react to Gaston's death anyway?
*** He could've just forgotten about him since Gaston treated Lefou like crap. Despite trying to help him realise Gaston had happiness and friends, Lefou was probably disgusted when he realised Gaston wanted to kill such an innocent beast, and thus Lefou learnt his mistake of being 'evil'. Then again, nobody knows if that really happened, so that can be up to the viewer's interpretation.

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** There's also a little FridgeHorror involving [=LeFou=]. How DOES he react to Gaston's death anyway?
*** He could've just forgotten about him since
anyway? Of course he could have pulled a {{Heel-Face Turn}}, finally seen Gaston treated Lefou like crap. Despite trying to help him realise Gaston had happiness as the true monster he is and friends, Lefou was probably disgusted when happily moved on as he realised Gaston wanted explicitly does in the [[Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017 live-action remake]]. But if not (and we have no way of knowing), then imagine how devastated he must have been to kill lose his idol in such an innocent beast, and thus Lefou learnt his mistake of being 'evil'. Then again, nobody knows if that really happened, so that can be up to the viewer's interpretation.a horrible way!
17th Apr '17 9:09:16 AM Pamina
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* Even in the midst of his NightmareFuel-saturated outburst after discovering Belle in the West Wing, you can hear a hint of anguish in the Beast's voice as he roars at her to get out.

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* Even in the midst of his NightmareFuel-saturated outburst after discovering Belle in the West Wing, you can hear a hint of anguish in the Beast's voice as he roars at her to get out. And after she runs off, his angry expression slowly turns to horror, [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone and he covers his face with his paw in agonized remorse.]]
1st Mar '17 9:11:28 AM MasterofGalaxies4628
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* Even in the midst of his NightmareFuel-saturated outburst after discovering Belle in the West Wing, you can hear a hint of anguish in the Beast's voice as he roars at her to get out.
28th Feb '17 6:04:12 AM ladyofthelibrary
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*** Similarly one of their discussed coworkers who is described as "dumb as a brick" was turned into the brick wall behind the stove. At least Cogsworth, Lumiere and the others like them can move and talk...
3rd Feb '17 7:31:04 PM iamconstantine
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* In the musical version, when the Beast discovers Belle with the rose, he scares her out of the room. But then he follows her, furious but trying to keep her from running away. He tries to grab her arm (not to hurt her, just to stop her from running), only to accidentally tear the sleeve of her dress. There's a moment of shocked silence, and just as the Beast says "I'm sorry", Belle has fled in terror. The Beast is left behind, calling out "I'm sorry! I didn't mean to frighten you!"
25th Jan '17 11:11:40 AM rememberthehood1941
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*** [[spoiler: And he doesn't even care that he's mocking his kindness. "What's a matter, Beast? ''[[IronicEcho Too kind and gentle]]'' to fight back?!"]]

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*** [[spoiler: And he doesn't even care that he's mocking his kindness. "What's a matter, Beast? ''[[IronicEcho Too kind and gentle]]'' to fight back?!"]]back?!" He just looks at Gaston as if to say "Just end it. Please."]]
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