Remember, the director Bill Condon wants to rip pages out of the Bible – keep this in mind as you read this review.
Man Putting on Make Up in Opening Scene
The film opens up to the prince putting lipstick on and eye shadow for a ball where of course everyone is decked out in feminine clothing. They hide this blatant push for gender experimentation under the guise of normal elite style 16th century “partying”.
This movie is filmed scene for scene as the cartoon Beauty and The Beast. When we are introduced to Belle in the village marketplace she is portrayed as someone who has aspirations and dreams – a well educated girl – whose is meant for more.
Gaston An Average Male Looking For Wife
Gaston is not as much of a prideful, arrogant chauvinist as his cartoon character in the original Beauty and the Beast movie. He is not attracted to any other woman but Belle because of the way she handles herself
He persists that they get married and that she has kids – her response is no – putting into the minds of little girls that they are meant for more and that the natural affection of a man and having babies will set them back in life.
Homosexual Friend LeFou
While Belle is in the village singing about wanting more out of life, Gaston is watching Belle from a hill afar off – he asks his homosexual friend LeFou what makes her so attractive? His response is that “She is so well read, and you’re so athletically inclined”.
Later on when Gaston reaches the village after Belle is finished singing her introductory song, Gaston flirts with her. She disapproves of his flirtatious behavior and when the sluttish type women of the village try to entice him Gaston, LeFou approaches them, gives them a dirty look and tells them “It’s never gonna happen ladies”
Later on in the film, when Gaston is depressed because he can not have Belle (during this time she is at the castle with the Beast) LeFou tries to cheer him up by singing the famous “No on is like Gaston”.
There is a scene where LeFou is massaging Gaston’s hand and Gaston has a knife out like a male erection as well as posing in raunchy positions. At one point LeFou wraps Gaston’s arms around him for an intimate embrace. After an awkward moment LeFou says “is this too much” and Gaston whispers in LeFou’s ear “Yep”.
Gaston then asks LeFou “how come you haven’t gotten married” to which LeFou says, “I know it may sound creepy, but I’m actually gay”.
At the end of the movie, after the Beast turns into a prince, LeFou is dancing with another man.
Beauty and the Beast Fall In Love
After Belle and the Beast slowly fall in love, right before they begin dancing in his Library, as they walk down the grand staircase there is an alien type figure hunched over an animal of some sort in a sexual position over an animal of some sort.
Later, Beauty and the Beast dance under bright stars. The elites believe they are in contact with Lucifer and aliens who will let them become gods and travel the stars.
The next scene is Beauty and the Beast standing in a uterus. In the middle of the uterus is an egg. They also meet at the end of the uterus as if to give birth to new mankind. This is directly in the bible, where satan and his angels had relations with woman and gave birth to half demon, half human beings. We cover this in a movie review we did on “The Space Between Us”.
Turning God’s Word Upside Down
When Belle tells the village that she has been with the Beast in the castle the town begins to yell and scream sorcery, magic, etc… etc… and they are portrayed as hateful vicious people who just want to kill anything they don’t understand. They turn God’s word and mans hatred for Sorcery and Magic on its head to insinuate anyone that doesn’t accept Luciferianism is a cook, a hateful person who is intolerant.
Now the works of the flesh are manifest, which are these; Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness, Idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies, Envyings, murders, drunkennes, reveling, and such like: of the which I tell you before, as I have also told you in time past, that they which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God.
Mocking Holy Spirit
The candlestick guy, Lumiere, which means Light, has horns on his head (they will most certainly say it was a french hair do – which is a lie because when he turns into a human he doesn’t have the same hairdo anymore). He also has a scene where a close up of the left side of his face is lit up to show the eye of Horus.
After he shows the eye of Horus the camera zooms out and he sings, “Tie your napkin around your neck and we will provide the rest” then slams a knife down to cut a piece of bread or food.
Lumiere mocks the Holy Ghost and the Trinity by wrapping himself in a napkin to look like a ghost while singing “Life is so unnerving, for a servant whose not serving, he’s not whole without a soul”.
Right after he ties the table cover around his neck mocking the King Christ while the Trinity of doves/angels are throwing dust at him while singing, “we were made for so much more than dusting…”
The Beast Drinking Blood
The biggest, most blatant satanic scene in the entire Beauty and the Beast movie is when the Beast is drinking blood at the dinner table. They will say this is tomato soup, of course, but why is he chomping on it like there is meat in it?…. Hmmmm….