Sharing is caring!the first time in a long time, you can bring home the Disney Princesses available to purchase and own all at the same time! In honor of the 25th anniversary of the beloved animated classic “Beauty and the Beast”, Disney fans are gaining unprecedented access to Disney’s Princess films. Releases Sept. 6 on Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere and Sept. 20 on Blu-ray™ and DVD, the beloved animated classic featuring Belle and Beast will be released as part of The Walt Disney Signature Collection and in celebration of the event, for the first time ever, all 11 Disney Princess films are being made available to bring home at the same time, Sept. 6 – Oct. 17. Twenty-five years ago, Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” broke ground as the first animated feature film to receive an Academy Award® nomination for best picture. The beloved classic won two Oscars®, including best song and best original score, as well as a Golden Globe Award® for best comedy/musical. Now a whole new generation of viewers will follow the magical journey of Belle, an independent and intelligent, modern-day heroine who is taken prisoner by a beast in his castle. Despite her precarious situation, Belle befriends the castle’s enchanted staff—a teapot, a candelabra and a mantel clock, among others—and ultimately learns to see beneath the Beast’s exterior to discover the heart and soul of a prince. The Walt Disney Signature Collection edition features four versions of “Beauty and the Beast,” including a never-before-released on home entertainment, sing-along version. You will love the host of all-new bonus extras include a rare opportunity to gather around the piano with some of Disney’s greatest composers, as they sing and share how they’ve personally been inspired by the film’s award-winning music; a look at how Walt Disney himself sought to adapt this famous fairytale; a nostalgic look back with Paige O’Hara, the voice of Belle; behind-the-scenes access into the recording booth with the cast; and a sneak peek at Disney’s upcoming live-action re-telling of “Beauty and the Beast,” arriving in theaters in 2017. I was given a copy of the movie for the purposes of a review, but all opinions are my own. I grew up loving Beauty and the Beast because I identified with her: a small town girl who loved reading and never cared whether she fit the perfect mold or not. Now that I have kids, I get to re-watch these movies and see them through their eyes. Plot Summary: Belle lives in a small town in the French Countryside, but doesn't fit in with the rest of the townspeople. Her quirky father, the inventor, is always making new inventions that rarely work. He travels to a fair to show off his newest invention, but instead gets lost in the woods and stumbles upon the castle of the Beast. We are introduced to the magical enchanted characters in the castle and the large, scary Beast (secretly a cursed prince). Belle ends up coming to take the place of her father, and we get to watch as she and the Beast interact and begin to form a friendship. If you haven't seen it, I won't spoil the ending. I will say that Beauty and the Beast offers spectacular music numbers that the whole family will sing along to, and lovable characters you will never forget. The sing-along version was a favorite for my family. We are huge karaoke fans and love to sing along with movies, so having words was helpful for the adults and my newest reader (Spunk).
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