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Movie Review: Maleficent (2014) *MAJOR SPOILERS*

Maleficent, Angelina Jolie

I truly didn’t want to go see this film.  I thought it was a horrible idea when it was announced, but the trailers and how striking Angelina Jolie looked as Maleficent had me looking forward to it…until I started to read what they’d done to the character.  So  I walked out of the theater.  I wasn’t mad.  I wasn’t entertained.  It just sort of bizarrely happened. Continue reading Movie Review: Maleficent (2014) *MAJOR SPOILERS*

Trailer Time: Maleficent Trailer #4 (2014) *FINAL TRAILER*

One, short final trailer for Disney’s Maleficent, which will arrive in theaters three weeks from today.  I have high hopes for this film, having come full circle from thinking it was nearly the worst idea in the long, sad history of bad ideas at its announcement.  Good or bad, I believe this is the role that will define Angelina Jolie’s career.  From everything I’ve seen, she’s absolutely owned it and embodied Disney’s greatest villain.  Full synopsis after the break and Maleficent opens wide on May 30, 2014.
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Trailer Time: Maleficent Trailer #3 (2014)

Ok, three Maleficent teasers or trailers in two days is enough.  I’m convinced!  I’m in!  You had me at DRAGON!  Full synopsis after the break and Maleficent opens wide on May 30, 2014.
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Trailer Time: Maleficent Teaser #2 (2014) “Wings”

Two Maleficent trailers in one day!  This is a teaser, to be technical but this was more of a YOW for me than the Legacy Trailer (which was also nice, but mostly seen footage).  This, this we had not seen.  This explains a lot.  Full synopsis after the break and Maleficent opens wide on May 30, 2014.
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