Beautiful Creatures|Alden Ehrenreich
Beautiful Creatures
Alden Ehrenreich and Alice Englert
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Lena has just moved to the small, Southern town of Gatlin, where the only person who seems to understand her -- or dream of bigger places or ideas -- is a cute guy named Ethan Wate (Alden Ehrenreich), who recognizes her instantly from the cryptic dreams he's been having every night. Lena is an orphan, and she's come to stay with her mysterious uncle, Macon Ravenwood (Irons), the patriarch of her powerful family. Powerful, because The Ravenwood clan are Casters, born with powers that ordinary mortals don't have, like the ability to move objects, control the elements, and even step out of normal space and time to communicate only with each other. But just as Lena feels ready to open up to Ethan, she discovers that their love is in imminent danger, because when female Casters turn 16, their destiny as either good or evil is revealed. Unwilling to let her nature be dictated by forces outside her control, Lena and Ethan set out together to uncover the strange, secret lore of their families' intertwined histories dating back to the Civil War, and figure out how to grant Lena the power to choose her own destiny.


Main Cast & Crew:
Richard LaGravenese - Director
Alden Ehrenreich
Alice Englert
Jeremy Irons
Emma Thompson
Viola Davis
Emmy Rossum
Thomas Mann
Zoey Deutch
Kyle Gallner
Margo Martindale


    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 124
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 883929269358
  • Genre: Drama
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA) (violence, scary images and some sexual material)
  • Release Date: May 2013

"It's TWILIGHT with the sexes reversed....BEAUTIFUL CREATURES is lushly pictorial and not-too-badly acted." - 02/22/2013 Entertainment Weekly

"The movie is an intriguing, intelligent enigma -- three words not typically associated with teen romances." - 02/13/2013 Los Angeles Times

"BEAUTIFUL CREATURES springs to life whenever Irons, Thompson or Rossum is centerstage..." - 02/12/2013 Chicago Sun-Times

"[T]his romp into the occult has a potent sense of humor. That comic edge and strong dialogue raises the movie's quality over most teen romances." - 02/13/2013 USA Today

"Writer-director Richard LaGravenese instantly gets the audience on the side of his young protagonists by creating a sympathetic us-against-the-world bond..." - 02/10/2013 Hollywood Reporter