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They take the laptop and some wild roses, which they drop to deter undead children as they cross the cemetery toward the tower. When Hutch and Abigail become separated, he continues without her to perform the ritual on Bathory's body. Bathory's phantom attacks Abigail, who has one rose left. At the top of the tower, Hutch finds the preserved, inert body of Elizabeth Bathory and hammers three nails into it, after which the spirit stops attacking Abigail.
When Bathory's body reanimates, Hutch retreats and knocks over an oil lamp, spilling oil across the floor. Recalling that the Countess hates mirrors, Hutch uses the reflective laptop to repel her before setting the room ablaze.
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Swink, still alive due to being surrounded by roses earlier and carrying more roses, bursts in with Abigail and rescues Hutch. As Bathory's body burns, the three leave the tower. Stay Alive was released in U. The film opened at 3 in the U.
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The theatrical version received negative critical reviews. Metacritic reported the film had an average score of 24 out of , based on 17 reviews. Writing for Newsday , John Anderson commented that "'Stay Alive' spends a lot of time inside the video game system, and what will terrify the audience very early on is the realization that there's better acting in the video game than on the big screen. It was made available in an unrated edition minutes and a "13" edition 85 minutes.
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Ever since, the Beast kept the rose safe in his chambers, the rose serving as his countdown and a reminder of his selfishness and cruelty. When the Beast finally turned twenty one, his countdown truly began as the rose slowly but surely began to wilt. At the end of the film, the Beast appears to reach the deadline of his twenty-first birthday because the rose completely finishes wilting but Belle confessed her love for him right before the last petal fell.
Aside from the prologue, where the rose is seen on window panels and briefly in the West Wing , it made its first appearance after the Beast's failed attempt at convincing Belle to come have dinner with him. After the Beast overheard Belle's comment about not wanting to have anything to do with him and being hurt by the remark, the fifth petal fell off. The rose was later seen again when Belle entered the West Wing without the Beast's permission, where she briefly saw it and then proceeded to remove its glass covering before attempting to touch its petals. He then yells at her to get out of the West Wing, which she did although she ended up leaving the castle as well, necessitating the Beast to save her from wolves.
The rose appears in the background for the remainder of the film, and is seen one last time as the Beast dies after getting stabbed by Gaston and Belle professes her love for him mere seconds before the last petal falls. He had succeeded; the spell was broken, restoring him and his servants to their human forms, the bleak fortress into a shining castle, and the forest to its former beauty.
He then lived happily ever after with Belle. In the Special Edition, the rose was also carried by the podium which is revealed to also be possibly sentient, though whether it was originally human or just an object given life is never revealed to the main foyer during Cogsworth 's briefing, just before the song " Human Again ". It is also in this scene that he states the amount of time it will take by then before the final petal falls, which is 12 hours, 36 minutes, and 15 seconds, of which the rose is already down to it. The enchanted rose, aside from the appearances in the background with the West Wing, also appeared nearing the climax, where Forte , shortly after manipulating the Beast to lock Belle away forever, then proceeded to goad him into "ending his misery" by smashing the rose to bits.
Before the Beast could do so, however, a petal fell on the present Belle had earlier left for him and caused him to snap out of it and read the present, giving him some renewed hope for making Christmas good. In addition, the rose was nearly destroyed again when Forte, having gone completely insane from fear of being left out once the curse is broken, tried to collapse the castle with his music in a desperate attempt to ensure they can't fall in love.
The rose makes an appearance in the premiere of the fifth season of Once Upon a Time , here labeled as the "Magical Rose". Belle was told that it was linked to Rumplestiltskin 's life, and when the last petal from the rose falls, he would be dead. While in Camelot, the rose's petals began to slowly fall away.
Six weeks later after Belle arrived back in Storybrooke , the petals were almost completely wilted and most of them had fallen. However, after Gold began to wake from his coma, the fallen petals faded away and the wilted rose became complete again. The rose appears in several issues as part of the West Wing, although it doesn't have any major roles in the comics. In issue 13, however, in an alternate take on the night of his curse, the prince puts the rose in a vase. The rose appears in both issues of the comic.
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