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But while the new film isn terrible, it difficult to see what the point of it is as long as the cartoon exists. Beauty and the Beast is simply a cover version of a chart topping song, played with such anonymous competence that Condon motto must have been, ain broke, don fix it. Another motto might have been better: it ain broke, don remake it.
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