SMP Episode #058: Beauty and the Beast

We are BACK! Thank you for tuning in for the fifty eighth(!) episode of Saturday Morning Pajamas. We’d like to thank all of our listeners for sticking by us through our hiatus***. Your support means the world to us.  This week AJ and Jax check out the 2017 remake, reboot, reimagining, retreat whatever of the beloved 1991 classic ‘Beauty and the Beast’. I personally have fond memories of this film. When I was around 8 I recall going to a birthday party where due to weather a change of venue was needed. What was a parent to do? I know, send the kids to the movies. We sat in the FRONT row and I remember craning my neck throughout the film but it was worth it.  Years (and years and years) later when the animated classic was rereleased to theaters, I went with my SO at the time and via luck of no one else wanting to see the movie, we had a private showing. I felt like I was 8 again…just without the stiff neck because I sat in a decent seat this time. Now, via the magic of money I am able to enjoy the movie with AJ and our friend Lena. AJ and I are here this week to discuss the new movie compared to the old story and some of our favorite parts. Tune in below, or via your favorite podcast collector app.

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Theatrical Release: March 17, 2017

Starring: Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Luke Evans, Ian McKellen, Josh Gad

Rated: PG

More Details: IMDB

Amazon.com – Original Soundtrack 


 

 

*** This podcast is dedicated to my late mother, Karen 1951-2017. She instilled in me a love for horror and bad movies. Love you mommy.

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