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Beauty and the Beast

This is a tale a little less older than time – to use the buzzword attached to it, ‘woker’ – more inclusive and feminist Beauty and the Beast. 288 more words


How I Discovered Feminism

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At the ripe age of 12, Emma Watson spoke publicly about her views on feminism. I find Emma Watson to be a large figure, seeing as her work for HeForShe is making such a big impact. 419 more words


Beauty and the Beast: 5 Reasons Why I Loved Seeing It 5 Times

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…and enjoyed my visit to the movies every time as if it was the first. How does that work? It’s simply the mark of a very good film and excellent work from all those involved. 438 more words


Beauty and the Beast (2017)

I admit it: I am a Disney movie nerd. So it’s no surprise that I saw Beauty and the Beast yesterday. You know, that live action film with Emma Watson that came out about a month ago. 365 more words


Review: Beauty and the Beast

Originally published on CommonSpace.

Trapped in time, Disney’s animated classic is protected from certain criticisms.

Belle is a little too perfect; the central romance is borne out of a kidnapping; and the film’s climax makes a mockery of its message up until that point, turning Beast into a conventionally dashing lad after atoning for his sins. 283 more words


Who could ever learn to love a beast?

Belle: What are you reading?

Beast: Nothing.

Belle: “Guinevere and Lancelot.”

Beast: “King Arthur and the Round Table.”

Belle: Still a romance.

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