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Maleficent first appears in the film Sleeping Beauty in King Stefan’s castle by means of supernatural teleportation during the christening of Stefan’s daughter, Aurora. Her appearance is preceded by a gust of wind and accompanied by a streak of lightning and her signature green flames. She is outwardly courteous but implies she is offended that she did not receive an invitation to the ceremony like the other fairies, Flora, Fauna and Merryweather.

When she asks the king and queen why she was not invited, Merryweather speaks up and tells Maleficent that she was “not wanted”. Vaguely surprised (or more likely, pretending to be shocked), she turns to leave this “awkward situation”, giving the king and queen one last chance to make up for not inviting her. The queen asks her if she was offended by this; Maleficent denies it, and offers to give a “gift” to Aurora to prove she “bears no ill will”. Maleficent then says that Aurora will grow in grace and beauty and be “beloved by all who know her” as well, but to punish the king and queen for their insolence she places a curse on Aurora so that before the sun sets on her sixteenth birthday, Aurora will “*** her finger on a spindle of a spinning wheel and die!” Merryweather, who still has a gift she can use, weakens the curse so that Aurora will fall into a deep sleep instead, with only a kiss from her true love to awaken her.

Parents need to know that Maleficent is Disney’s retelling of its iconic animated princess movie Sleeping Beauty from the villain’s point of view. Audiences will learn the reasons why the “evil fairy” (played by Angelina Jolie) is so bitter and resentful at not being invited to baby Aurora’s welcoming party that she curses the infant princess. Far more so than the animated original (which itself is often too scary for younger kids in the preschool age bracket), this live-action version can get quite dark and may frighten younger kids, particularly during violent action sequences between the kingdom and the magical creatures of the moors. Characters die (or look dead) or are injured, and Maleficient is an intimidating figure. But the overall message — about redemption and love — is positive, and giving Maleficient more depth and context will help kids sympathize with her. As long as your kids can handle the battles, they’ll probably enjoy this new take on a classic Disney

In our current age of blockbusters suffused with CGI, I imagine we’ll keep coming back to this line from a recent editorial by Drew McWeeny at Hitfix: “We are living in an age of casual magic.” Maleficent doesn’t just exemplify this sentiment; it’s a movie where the main character literally does magic in a casual fashion. Director Robert Stromberg has created an animated movie that happens to have flesh-and-blood humans in it. And yet for all his efforts in creating a lush, colorful world, the movie is a hollow, cursory adaptation of Sleeping Beauty where the only life comes from star Angelina Jolie, whose performance is more vibrant than all the digital creations surrounding her.
The new adaptation takes Disney’s classic 1959 animated film Sleeping Beauty, and focuses on its villain, Maleficent (Jolie). A long prologue explains how Maleficent was the winged fairy queen of the magical moors, and while her kingdom was on bad terms with the neighboring humans, she befriended and eventually fell in love with the human Stefan. When Stefan (Sharlto Copley) is offered a chance to become king if he can kill Maleficent, he betrays her and although he can’t bring himself to murder his old love, he takes her wings in order to prove that the fairy queen is dead. Stefan becomes king, Maleficent becomes evil, curses the baby Aurora, etc. Where the story twists is when Maleficent begins to feel sympathy for the child, and becomes her unlikely protector since her official fairy guardians Flittle (Lesley Manville), Knotgrass (Imelda Staunton), and Thistletwit (Juno Temple) are incompetent.

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