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When one of my co-workers told me that his family had watched this on cable, I asked which version, when I told him what version I purchased from Amazon, he couldn't believe it, and agreed with me that this version is mainly for the TV and not what you would see at the theaters.
I'm not only disappointed in Amazon but also in Disney, to think that they could pass this off as the original movie version. Shame.
By far, this is the best Disney movie I've seen and one of the best movies I’ve seen in a while. Everything is just right. For example, the music sets the right mood in every scene. It is strong and loud when it needs to be and quite and shy at other times and, at certain points, it is playful and happy. It really pulls the whole movie together. Along with the jaw-dropping music, this movie has amazing actors starting with Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning (Auora). They fit each role perfectly almost as if they were born for these roles.
This movie is very interesting to watch because it isn’t entirely based on "Sleeping Beauty" so you get to see a completely different side of Maleficent before she becomes the villain that she is known as. Throughout the movie I found myself wanting the movie to go quicker to see what would happen next but not wanting it to end anytime soon. I think that the director Robert Stromberg and the writers Linda Woolverton and Charles Perrault really outdo themselves with this movie because I cannot stop obsessing about how great it is.
I give this movie 5 out of 5 perfect stars and recommend it for ages 9 to 18. To be honest, this movie is a movie that you should be sure not to miss because IT IS THAT GOOD!
Reviewed by Samantha A., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic. For more reviews go to kidsfirst dot org.
The movie begins with M. as a young girl, a fairy, to be precise. She is pretty, precious, sweet and loved by all. So...what happened to turn her into a meanie? That's what this storyline explains. You get to see what hardened her heart to cause her to curse baby A. Whether you agree or not, you will understand why M. was so terribly hurt and angry. You will also learn that M. has human feelings beyond her awesome magical powers, feelings just like you and I. Angelina Jolie was super A + + + in her role as M.; I don't think anyone could have done a better job. The CGI was fantastic, and the 3D added even more to an already awesome movie. The story had strong embedded messages about the evils of hatred and the power of love. The ending was also wonderful! This movie was a winner all around and I am anxious to watch it again. I will buy the video when it becomes available but I might actually even go back to the theater soon to see it there again. It was that good.
Parents with Children:
I certainly do not intend to tell anyone what to do, but my suggestion is to avoid taking children under about age 8 to see this movie until you see it first.Read more ›
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Incredible theatrical, visuals are eye-gasmuc. And the storyline is entertaining for all ages. Angelina Jolie is fabulous including her beauty. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by jill hodge
Impressive study of Maleficent. A different side of the story. Angelina Jolie is the best selection for this part. Special effects was sufficient for the production. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Dennis Ujimori
A different twist on sleeping beauty. I really enjoyed it. Enough to even buy a digital copy.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
It was interesting. I knew it would be a twist on the story, but it was different from what I expected. I didn't dislike it, but we didn't love it it either.Published 1 day ago by AliE82