maleficent Review

What to expect from Disney’s Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

Maleficent was the masterpiece which released back in 2014. It was the modern version of sleeping beauty. However, it gained a lot of criticism but mostly it was positive. Many people praised the acting skills, Angelina Jolie.

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Ella gaming who is the little sister of talented Dakota Fanning is also in the movie. She played the role of Aurora. Maleficent is the fairy godmother of Aurora. However, after putting spell on Aurora she realized what kind of mistake she had done. She further got attached to Aurora and then broke the spell after she was cursed.

Now Maleficent is back in the cinemas with an even better plot to entertain the audience with the amazing cast.

Aurora accepts the proposal:

Prince Phillip proposes Aurora. Fascinated by the price, Aurora accepts the proposal happily. However, Maleficent was not that happy about the decision of Aurora marrying the Prince. It is not Prince Philip who had a problem with but his mother. The prince’s mother is a villain in the new movie. Queen Ingrith is no doubt a vicious villain of the movie.

Disappearance Of The Creatures

Another factor that is going to make the movie more interesting is the Disappearance of creatures from the Moors. Maleficent will try to expose the reason for the disappearance of the creatures from Moors. Is it a conspiracy against Aurora?

Maleficent and Aurora’s Conflict

Aurora’s parents died years ago and yet even after that differences and misunderstandings Maleficent truly cares for Aurora. Now that she is with the prince Phillips and her mother making conspiracies to create a conflict between fairies and humans, the movie is going to be epic. Which side the princess Aurora will pick? She is totally in a complex situation.

There is going to be one epic adventure. The movie is truly fascinating and an amazing masterpiece. Angelina Jolie’s acting skills are amazing and fascinating no doubt.

However, the movie is going to hit cinemas on 18 October 2019.

Aliza Fatima is a writer/author at The Panther Tech.