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 Alex Pettyfer And Vanessa Hudgens
Alex Pettyfer And Vanessa Hudgens
Interview: Beastly's Alex Pettyfer And Vanessa Hudgens

Author: Eric Eisenberg


There’s a reason why Beauty and the Beast is such a timeless story. It’s message about inner-beauty and looking beyond vanity is something that can and will always be applicable to our society. Any where on Earth is that story better suited than in a high school?

Daniel Barnz’s Beastly takes the traditional story and moves it to modern araw New York where a vain, pompous rich kid, played sa pamamagitan ng Alex Pettyfer, is turned into a ghastly looking figure. In order to ever change back, he must get somebody to pag-ibig him for...
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Having a kouk with You

is even madami fun than going to San Sebastian, Irún, Hendaye, Biarritz, Bayonne
or being sick to my stomach on the Travesera de Gracia in Barcelona
partly because in your kahel sando you look like a better happier St. Sebastian
partly because of my pag-ibig for you, partly because of your pag-ibig for yoghurt
partly because of the fluorescent kahel tulips around the birches
partly because of the secrecy our smiles take on before people and statuary
it is hard to believe when I’m with you that there can be anything as still
as solemn as unpleasantly definitive as statuary when right...
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Okay, so I saw the movie today, and I want to say that over all I really liked it. However, no movie is perfect, so I want to seperate this review into two parts- things I liked, and things I didn't.
Things I liked: This part could be quite long, so let me just mention my paborito parts. First, any romance hinges on the chemistry of the lead characters, and Vanessa and Alex don't disappoint. They really seem to enjoy being with eachother, and they both give good performances as individuals. Vanessa has great screen presence, and Alex gives a puso felt performance. When his dad abandons him,...
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I am a huge Beastly fan!!! I mean huge. I'm going on my seventeenth read and I have yet to cry at the good parts and not read it in one sitting (wow that was s*&ty grammar). ANyway I wrote this atricle to cool down the presses and the haters.

Yes, Vanessa Hudgens is not a red head and wears no braces in the movie. But shes still an actress and we still need to giver her a chance.

Also, some people are upset because he is not a furry best in the movie. Well thats nothing but a positive change!!! In the book we can read what hes thinking. But in the movie we must rely on physical expressions. And if the actor doesn't have a face = impossible

Anyway, my take on it is, as long as the story is portrayed then why does it matter what the characters look like. For goodness sake do people remember what the book was about??? Not judging on looks. So I think people seriously need to cool down
 Lindy and Beastly-Kyle
Lindy and Beastly-Kyle
Ever since I heard that Beastly (the book sa pamamagitan ng Alex Flinn) was getting made into a film I was estactic. I was so excited and then I saw who they casted first in the movie...Vanessa Hudgens as Lindy (Kyle's pag-ibig interest). At first I got a little worried because Vanessa was not my first choice to play this character, but I quickly overlooked it once I saw how dedicated to the project she was and that made me respect her a little madami than I use to. And now I can't imagin anyone one else playing Lindy, I think she's gonna do amazing!!!

Okay, so Lindy in the books was supposed to appear plain according...
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