History YMMV / SleepingBeauty

19th Aug '16 3:38:08 PM Eagal
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* FridgeBrilliance: Maleficent in the beginning is rather attractive for an evil fairy, satisfied with cursing the baby and getting her revenge. When she starts getting more and more desperate as the years go by, she starts looking uglier and more haggard. Losing sleep over it?
--> '''Maleficent''': For the first time in sixteen years, I shall sleep well.
19th Aug '16 3:37:17 PM Eagal
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* HellIsThatNoise: The music you hear when Maleficent hypnotizes Aurora. If you listen carefully it's actually singing "Aurora...". The voice calling out even changes from language to language.
19th Aug '16 3:35:33 PM Eagal
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* HilariousInHindsight / SurprisinglySimilarCharacters: ''Literature/SleepingBeauty'' tells the story of an ethereal, animal-loving adolescent who spent a century in suspended animation only to be awakened by the child of a local ruler. [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender Then everything changed when the Fire Nation attacked.]]

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* HilariousInHindsight / SurprisinglySimilarCharacters: HilariousInHindsight: ''Literature/SleepingBeauty'' tells the story of an ethereal, animal-loving adolescent who spent a century in suspended animation only to be awakened by the child of a local ruler. [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender Then everything changed when the Fire Nation attacked.]]
27th Jul '16 4:01:28 PM CJCroen1393
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** There are quite a few people who consider Flora, Fauna and Merryweather to be the ''true'' protagonists of the film. Considering how much focus they get and the fact that they, to an extent, are the ones who really save the day, this isn't an unreasonable viewpoint.
17th Jul '16 9:54:14 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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** Was Maleficent ''really'' offended at not being invited? Or did she just curse Aurora [[ForTheEvulz for fun]]?
8th Apr '16 6:05:19 PM XanderVJ
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** For Spaniard audiences there was a big one in the Latin American Spanish dub, of all places. Prince Phillip's name was localized in Spanish as "Felipe"[[note]]Which is the Spanish equivalent of "Phillip". Thus why this isn't quite a DubNameChange[[/note]], and thus remained as its official name in Spain as well. Fastforward 22 years later, when Spain became a democratic monarchy once again after Franco's dictatorship. And just so happened that the heir to the throne was Felipe de Borbón, who was born 12 years after the movie came out. Right until he was crowned in 2015, Spaniard audiences couldn't help but to chuckle hearing "Príncipe Felipe" in this movie's Spanish version.

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** For Spaniard audiences there was a big one in the Latin American Spanish dub, of all places. Prince Phillip's name was localized in Spanish as "Felipe"[[note]]Which is the Spanish equivalent of "Phillip". Thus why this isn't quite a DubNameChange[[/note]], and thus remained as its his official name in Spain as well. Fastforward 22 years later, when Spain became a democratic monarchy once again after Franco's dictatorship. And just so happened that the heir to the throne was Felipe de Borbón, who was born 12 years after the movie came out. Right until he was crowned king in 2015, Spaniard audiences couldn't help but to chuckle hearing "Príncipe Felipe" in this movie's Spanish version.
2nd Apr '16 4:38:08 PM XanderVJ
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** For Spaniard audiences there was a big one in the Latin American Spanish dub, of all places. Prince Phillip's name was localized in Spanish as "Felipe"[[note]]Which is the Spanish equivalent of "Phillip". Thus why this isn't quite a DubNameChange[[/note]], and thus remained as its official name in Spain as well. Fastforward 22 years later, and when Spain became a democratic monarchy once again after Franco's dictatorship. And just so happened that the heir to throne was Felipe de Borbón, who was born 12 years after the movie came out. Right until 2015, when he finally was crowned king after his father abdicated, Spaniard audiences couldn't help but to chuckle hearing "Príncipe Felipe" in this movie's Spanish version.

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** For Spaniard audiences there was a big one in the Latin American Spanish dub, of all places. Prince Phillip's name was localized in Spanish as "Felipe"[[note]]Which is the Spanish equivalent of "Phillip". Thus why this isn't quite a DubNameChange[[/note]], and thus remained as its official name in Spain as well. Fastforward 22 years later, and when Spain became a democratic monarchy once again after Franco's dictatorship. And just so happened that the heir to the throne was Felipe de Borbón, who was born 12 years after the movie came out. Right until 2015, when he finally was crowned king after his father abdicated, in 2015, Spaniard audiences couldn't help but to chuckle hearing "Príncipe Felipe" in this movie's Spanish version.
2nd Apr '16 4:36:02 PM XanderVJ
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** For Spaniard audiences there was a big one in the Latin American Spanish dub, of all places. Prince Phillip's name was localized in Spanish as "Felipe"[[note]]Which is the Spanish equivalent of "Phillip". Thus why this isn't quite a DubNameChange[[/note]], and thus remained as its official name in Spain as well. Fastforward 22 years later, and when Spain became a democratic monarchy once again after Franco's dictatorship. And just so happened that the heir to throne was Felipe de Borbón, who was born 12 years after the movie came out. Right until 2015, when he finally was crowned king after his father abdicated, Spaniard audiences couldn't help but to chuckle hearing "Príncipe Felipe" in this movie's Spanish version.
31st Mar '16 8:34:35 AM dsneybuf
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* SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome: For how nightmarish Maleficent's dragon form is, it makes Prince Phillip's takedown of her one of the greatest moments of the Disney animated canon. [[spoiler: It's very understandable why viewers of the 2014 ''Maleficent'' film--- even those who ''liked'' said film--- were upset that the film avoided this by giving the dragon form to her familiar.]]
31st Mar '16 8:31:36 AM dsneybuf
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** A deleted scene on the Diamond Blu-Ray portrays Aurora as almost a proto-[[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Jasmine]]-A princess who spends her life cooped up in a castle, and desires freedom so strongly, she releases her pet bird from its cage, then sneaks to the marketplace disguised as a peasant, whereupon she meets the love of her life.

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** A deleted scene on the Diamond Blu-Ray portrays Aurora as almost a proto-[[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Jasmine]]-A Jasmine]]: A princess who spends her life cooped up in a castle, and desires freedom so strongly, she releases her pet bird from its cage, then sneaks to the marketplace disguised as a peasant, whereupon she meets the love of her life.
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