The Beautician and the Beast
The Beautician and the Beast is a 1997 American romantic comedy film directed by Ken Kwapis. It stars Fran Drescher as a New York City beautician who is hired to tutor the children of a fictional Eastern European dictator. The film was released on February 7, 1997, to generally negative reviews. Drescher was nominated for the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress. It grossed roughly USD 11. 5 million against a production budget of USD 16 million.
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The Beautician and the Beast is a 1997 American romantic comedy film directed by Ken Kwapis. It stars Fran Drescher as a New York City beautician who is hired, under the false assumption that she is a science teacher, to tutor the four children of a dictator of a fictional Eastern European nation. The film was Drescher’s first starring role in a film. It was released on February 7, 1997, to generally negative reviews. Drescher was nominated for the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress. It grossed roughly USD 11. 5 million against a production budget of USD 16 million. It takes inspiration from other stories like Beauty and The Beast, The King and I, Evita, and The Sound of Music, and the film deals with the theme of cultural differences. The soundtrack features the London Metropolitan Orchestra and Cliff Eidelman composed the soundtrack for the film. The movie was a box-office bomb, grossing roughly USD11.5 million against an estimated production budget of USD 16 million in the U.S. It received mixed reviews for its performances; Drescher and Dalton received mixed criticism for their performances. It has been described as a poor example of the romantic comedy genre, and called it a poor examples of the Romantic Comedy genre. It is also known as the “worst romantic comedy ever made” by some critics and is considered one of the worst romantic comedies of all time by others. The film is based on a novel written by David Bianculli and is published by Simon & Schuster, with a screenplay by Todd Graff.
The novel is about a girl who becomes a beautician and teaches at a beauty school in New York. It also stars Timothy Dalton, who plays the dictator of Slovetzia, a country in the Eastern European region of the Czech Republic, as well as the mayor of the city of New York, who is also the head of the local government. The book was published in 1998 by Simon and Schuster and is available on Blu-ray and DVD in the United States and in the UK, with an audio version available on the iTunes store. The video version of the book was released in the US in the summer of 1998 by the Simon &Schuster company, which also released the audio version on the same day of the film in Europe and the UK. The audio version is also available on CD and cassette in Australia and the Netherlands, with the UK version on cassette in the fall of that year. The UK version has a different soundtrack, which features the L.A. Metropolitan Orchestra. The US version has the same soundtrack, but a different version of it is released in Australia in the spring of the same year. It is released on the UK release in the autumn of the year, and on the US release in September of the following year in Australia. The U.K. release is scheduled for the Spring of the next year, but it is not included in the Blu-Ray version.
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