Maleficent (Blu-ray)

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Categories
FamilyAdventureDisneyMovies
FPB certification number
G/2014/1055
Number of Discs
1
Format
Blu-ray
TV System
PAL
Country
South Africa
Region
  1. B
Barcode
6004416121995
Running Time
0
FPB Consumer Advice
V
FPB Rating
7-9 PG
Studio
Walt Disney
Year
0
Title
Maleficent
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Emil, South Africa. 14 November 2014

Great quality and deliver service. Brilliant film, best viewed on Blu-Ray!

Charl, South Africa. 5 November 2014

Well worth it. Excellent movie and good extras.

Victor, South Africa. 1 January 2015

SLEEPING Beauty was one of my most favourite Disney tales as a child. At the same time, it was the most terrifying.
Maleficent, as her name suggested, was the embodiment of pure evil, hatred and power. She tried to kill a baby because she wasn’t invited to the christening, traps the child’s only hope of salvation in a forest of thorns and could transform herself into a slick black fire breathing dragon for kicks.
She was monstrous, glamorous and absolutely horrifying. Not so much anymore.
Disney continued its string of live-action remakes last week with the release of the long-awaited Maleficent, and boy was I entertained.
Robert Stromberg (in his feature directorial debut) brings new light to the tale, revealing the heart behind the almighty villain’s hate.
The movie takes place on the borderline of The Moors (a realm of colour, filled with a great manner of supernatural beings) and the darker, greed-fed Human Kingdom. Obviously, the two parties don’t get on.
We are welcomed to the story by young fairy Maleficent (Isobelle Molloy) – a friend to all and protector of the Moors.
All is well until along comes a human boy, Stefan (Michael Higgins). The young pair hit it off and we are narrated through a ten-minute love story.
Things turn sour as the pair grow older and what was a story of light and love quickly descends into something much darker. The villain we all know is back (this time as Angelina Jolie with some killer cheekbones) and we are actually on her side.
It develops quite quickly into a story of justice, morality and the blurred lines between the two.
Getting down to the nuts and bolts of the film, I was quite surprised at how warm the movie was considering it was promoted as being quite the opposite.
Jolie is majestic in her portrayal of Maleficent as a vengeful, broken-hearted woman on a mission for justice.
Elle Fanning is beautiful as the princess Aurora. She doesn’t add much depth but the character in itself isn’t much more than boring perfection. Aurora is gifted as a child with beauty, kindness and the blessing of permanent happiness.
In turn, it makes her quite dull. Lovely, but dull.
That said, the interaction between Jolie and Fanning gave some of the most precious scenes in the movie.
Famed for his work with Visual Effects in Avatar, Life of Pi and Tim Burton’s Alice In Wonderland, Stromberg brought real magic to the film (much the same as with Avatar) in bringing to life this incredible fictional world - a first class effort for his debut.
Those heading along for a remake of the original should rethink their expectations.
It’s not the same story. In fact, it’s quite the opposite.
It not only diverts from the original text in the makeup of the central character, who is no longer a straight down-the-line villain, but in a number of other ways too.
The three fairies tasked with caring for Aurora (Lesley Manville, Imelda Staunton and Juno Temple) seem to have just been thrown in for the sake of the story and the emphasis on handsome Prince Phillip (Aussie actor Brenton Thwaites) to save the day is erased.
The same notion was seen just months ago in the movie Frozen, and Disney are again challenging the traditional concept of true love to present something fresh. A theme for future projects, perhaps.
If you take it for what it is - a kids movie in grown up shoes - it’s brilliant. A semidark action fantasy set in a world where anything is possible - A bird can be a man, wolf, horse and dragon; and you aren’t even surprised if it happens.
We are living in the era of recycled classics.
Every few months there is a new superhero movie released and the same trend can be seen for childhood fantasy flicks.
We’ve already seen Alice in Wonderland and Snow White re-done and there’s more in the works.
There’s an all-star cast lined up for a new Peter Pan, Sofia Coppola has submitted interest to take on The Little Mermaid and Disney just weeks ago have released a teaser for a live-action Cinderalla tale, directed by Kenneth Branagh (of Iron Man 2 and Thor fame).
There’s also a Jungle Book adaption on the way and 101 Dalmations’ Cruella DeVille is tipped for a starring role in a movie of her namesake.
While the stories aren’t original or by any means complex, they offer up something far more precious to viewers. The chance to relive the past in a new and exciting way. Being a child at heart has never been more fun.

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Blu-ray Region B

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