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Beauty and the Beast (2017)

Beauty and the Beast (2017) quotes

24 total quotes

View Quote [Belle tries to heal the Beast back to health, with the servants watching]
Beast: [roaring in pain] OOWW!!! That hurts.
Belle: If you'd hold still, it wouldn't hurt as much.
Beast: If you hadn't run away, none of this would have happened.
Belle: Well, if you hadn't frightened me, I wouldn't have run away!
Beast: Well, YOU shouldn't have been in the West Wing.
Belle: Well, YOU should learn to control your temper!
[the Beast turns away, too tired to argue. Belle finishes cleaning his wounds; he doesn't protest this time]
Belle: Try to get some rest.
Mrs. Potts: Thank you, miss.
Lumière: We are eternally grateful.
Belle: Why do you care about him so much?
Mrs. Potts: We've looked after him all his life.
Belle: But he's cursed you somehow. Why? You did nothing. [Cogsworth feels ashamed at the remark]
Mrs. Potts: [ashamed] You're quite right there, dear. You see, when the Master lost his mother, and his cruel father took that sweet, innocent lad and twisted him up to be just like him, we did nothing.
Lumière: Let him sleep.
View Quote [last lines]
Prince Adam: [while dancing with Belle] What? What is it?
Belle: [smiles] How would you feel about growing a beard?
[Prince Adam smirks and growls playfully and they both laugh as they dance]
View Quote [Mrs. Potts falls off a chandelier, screaming]
Chip: Mama!
[Just as she was about to hit the floor, LeFou catches her in time]
Mrs. Potts: Thank you!
[LeFou smiles and nods "You're welcome". He spots the villagers about to attack them and dodges them. Mrs. Potts boils one villager up with tea]
LeFou: Take that! [punches the other villager out and turns to Mrs. Potts]
Mrs. Potts: Nicely handled!
LeFou: Well, I used to be on Gaston's side, but we are so in a bad place right now.
Mrs. Potts: You're too good for him anyway.
LeFou: Yeah.
Mrs. Potts: Should we get back to it, then?
[LeFou nods enthusiastically and runs off with her to join the servants in driving off the villagers]
View Quote [The Beast lays dying with Belle at his side]
Beast: [weakly as he holds Belle’s hand, breathing heavily] You came back.
Belle: [tearfully] Of course I came back. I’ll never leave you again.
Beast: I’m afraid it's my turn to leave.
Belle: We’re together now. It’s going to be fine.
Beast: At least I got to see you one last time.
[The last petal falls and the Beast dies]
Belle: No. Please, no. [starts crying] Come back.
[the last petal falls, the Beast dies, and the servants began to freeze up; at the entrance the servants celebrate after chasing the mob out]
Lumière: We did it, Plumette! Victory is ours! [realizes she has frozen up into a feather duster] Plumette? Plumette! Oh, my darling Plumette... [sadly sets her down]
[Maestro Cadenza and Madame de Garderobe share their final moments]
Madame de Garderobe: Oh, Maestro... You were so brave... Goodbye, my love... [reverts to a wardrobe]
Maestro Cadenza: Amore?... No! Don't leave me... [he struggles to speak and the effects of the spell overtake him, reverting him to a harpsichord]
[Frou-Frou barks at the now inanimate Wardrobe and Harpsichord, as he lets out a final cry, turning into a footstool. Mrs. Potts frantically jumps around in search for Chip]
Mrs. Potts: Chip? Chip! Have you seen Chip? He ran off! [sobs as she frantically panics unaware of what will happen] Where is my little boy...?! [her faces slowly fades from the teapot as she freezes up, as Chip emerges from the castle]
Chip: Mama!
Cogsworth: Oh, no.
Chip: Mom! [he and his saucer flip upside down as they fly up and fall to the ground. The saucer crashes into the ground as Chapeau barely catches him and places him besides his mother as they both make their final transformation into inanimate objects]
[Lumière and Cogsworth are the only ones left. Knowing their time is up, they share their final goodbyes]
Cogsworth: Lumière, I... I can't speak...!
Lumière: [sadly] It's alright, Cogsworth.
Cogsworth: I can't... Lumière, my friend... it was an honor to serve... with you. [freezes up, into a mantel clock]
Lumière: The honor... was mine. [freezes up, into a candelabra. His flames extinguish.]
[Agathe comes in the West Wing]
Belle: [crying over the Beast's death] Come back. Please don't leave me. I love you. [kisses him]
View Quote [The enchanted objects battle the villagers. Maestro Cadenza tackles people as they approach him]
Maestro Cadenza: Ha ha! Such sweet music! Stand back!
[A furious Clothilde, wielding an ax, sees him]
Clothilde: Silence that harpsichord!
Maestro Cadenza: Wha--uh-oh...
[On the second floor balcony, Madame de Garderobe looks down and sees Cadenza, her husband, for the first time in decades]
Madame de Garderobe: MAESTRO?
Maestro Cadenza: [overjoyed] DARLING! AT LAST!
Madame de Garderobe: I'm coming, my love! [climbing onto the balcony's railing] This is it: the FAT LADY IS SINGING! [hitting an extremely high note] AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH!
[Madame de Garderobe hurls herself off the balcony, piledriving Clothilde with a crash]
Maestro Cadenza: BRAVISSIMA!
View Quote [When Gaston and the mob sneak into the castle, LeFou notices Mrs. Potts and Chip.]
LeFou: Well, hello there. You must be the talking teacup. [to Mrs. Potts] And YOU must be his grandmother.
Mrs. Potts: [as soon of hearing this, she wakes up with a gasp] "GRANDMOTHER"?! ATTACK!
[That is when the objects spring to life and attack the villagers]
View Quote Beast : [to Belle, gruffly] You'll join me for dinner. That's not a request. Mrs. Potts : Gently, Master. The girl lost her father *and* her freedom in one day. Lumière : Yes, the poor thing is probably in there scared to death. Belle : [Unbeknownst to them, Belle has turned her pink gown into a rope so she can escape. The Beast knocks on her bedroom door again, softly this time; nervously] Just a minute. Lumière : You see? There she is. Now remember: Be gentle. Mrs. Potts : Kind. Plumette : Mmm, charming. Cogsworth : Sweet! Lumière : And when she opens the door, give her a dashing, debonaire smile! Come, come, show me the smile! Cogsworth : [the Beast gives a wide smile, showing his monstrous teeth. The servants react in fright] Oh, dear! Plumette : Oh, no! Beast : [his smile vanishes; graciously] Will you join me for dinner? [He turns away and shakes his head at the servants as if to say, "This'll never work"] Belle : You've taken me as your prisoner, and now you want to have dinner with me? Are you insane? Plumette : [the Beast becomes visibly enraged; the servants back away in fear] Uh-oh! He's losing it! Cogsworth : Oh, dear! Beast : [pounds on Belle's door, yelling] I told you to join me for dinner! Belle : And I told you no! Madame Garderobe : [awakens startled] Oh, what time is it? What's happening? Belle : I'd *starve* before I ever ate with you! Beast : [roaring] Well, be my guest! Go ahead and starve! [to Lumiere] Beast : If she doesn't eat with me, then she doesn't eat *at all*! [storms off] Beast : Idiots!
View Quote Belle : [singing] "This is the Paris of my childhood/These were the borders of my life/In this crumbling, dusty attic/Where an artist loved his wife/Easy to remember/Harder to move on/Knowing the Paris of my childhood/Is gone" [she sits on the bed as the Beast walks around to the other side of the room] Beast : What happened to your mother? Belle : It was the one story Papa could never bring himself to tell me. I knew better than to ask. Beast : [he looks to the chair and gasps softly] A doctor's mask... [he pauses] Beast : Plague. [flashback to a plague doctor closing his medicine case. Belle's mother lays sick on the bed behind him] Plague Doctor : We have to leave. Now. Belle's Mother : [to Young Maurice] Go, before it takes her too. [he picks up a crying infant Belle as her mother kisses the rose he left behind. Back to present, Belle clutching her crib] Beast : I'm sorry I ever called your father a thief. Belle : [whispers] Let's go home.
View Quote [the Beast enters the dining room and sees a dinner plate on his side. He sits down and sees another plate set up across from him. He pushes away the plate in a fit of rage] Beast : [roars] *Lumiere*! [Lumière and Cogsworth get startled] Lumière : [turns to Cogsworth] Be calm. Let me do the talking. [the Beast bursts through the door] Beast : You're making her dinner? Lumière : We thought you might appreciate the company. Cogsworth : Master, I just want to assure you that I had no part of this hopeless plan. Preparing her dinner, designing a gown for her, giving her a suite in the East Wing... Beast : You gave her a bedroom? Cogsworth : No, no, no! He gave her the bedroom. Lumière : Well, this is true. But, if this girl is the one who can break the spell, then maybe you can start by using dinner to charm her. [turns to Cogsworth, bonks] Lumière : Good thinking, Cogsworth. Cogsworth : What? Beast : That's the most ridiculous idea, I've ever heard. Charm the prisoner. Lumière : But you must try, master. With every passing day, we become less human. Beast : She's the *daughter* of a common thief. What kind of person do you think that makes her? Mrs. Potts : Oh, you can't judge people by who their father is, now can you? [the Beast sighs]