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Director: Robert Stromberg

Starring: Angelina Jolie, Sharlto Copley, Elle Fanning

Genre: Fantasy

Hello Disney, and welcome to the world of live-action fairy-tales that adults can watch and enjoy. 343 more words


Movie Review: Maleficent

Maleficent focuses on the character of said name from Sleeping Beauty but with a twist: we’re looking at things from her point of view this runaround. 1,385 more words


Did Disney acquired more of more Marvel than it intended?

Recently, I watched Maleficent (2014). It’s a reboot/spin off of one of the first Disney movies: Sleeping Beauty (1959). But it has a lot of surprises. 692 more words


Maleficent, 2014

We saw Maleficent opening weekend, so my memory’s going to be a bit fuzzy in some places on this. However there are bound to be more spoilers in this post due to the fact that the movie has been out for a while now, so I’m not going to be as careful about giving things away. 960 more words

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Review - Maleficent (2014)

Disney’s latest live-action epic is Maleficent; a retelling of the classic fairytale Sleeping Beauty from the eyes of the eponymous villain.  Robert Stromberg delivers an effective directorial debut, but the movie ultimately belongs to Angelina Jolie; whose spot-on lead performance is superior to the film as a whole, and alone is worth the price of admission. 725 more words


Maleficent (2014)

My 3rd and finale movie watched on my cinemaday (june 8th) and probably the one movie from Disney I was really looking forward to ever since I saw the first picture of Angelina with them sexeh horns. 284 more words



Other than the Marvel Universe, the other area of film that seems to be thriving as of late is that of the classic fairy tales. Revamped for a modern day audience, often with a twist on the original plot, these new versions of our bed time tales captivate us just as much as the originals. 445 more words