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When you watched the movie all those years ago, were you wondering if there was more to maleficent than we were seeing?
maleficent is an iconic Disney villain and has her own fans because of her status as the bad guy.
What were your first impressions of maleficent when you first watched Sleeping Beauty?
maleficent is, to me, the most interesting thing in the Disney feature.
Do that too reflexively (and for too long) and maleficent is what you end up with.The Ghastly ‘Maleficent’ and Why It’s Time For Hollywood to Kill the Dark Reboot | Andrew Romano | May 31, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The 'monarch,' as he observes, 'is naturally the very worst—the most maleficent member of the whole community.'The English Utilitarians, Volume I. | Leslie Stephen
That maleficent giant can now hardly grin at the pilgrims whom he once harassed.A History of English Literature | George Saintsbury
"I consider it less a case of idiocy than one of possession, maleficent possession," replied Crashaw.The Wonder | J. D. Beresford
It is, of course, no argument against this view that the authors of the Diræ regard Gladstone as a maleficent being.In the Wrong Paradise | Andrew Lang
The Assyrians looked upon the stars as divinities endued with beneficent or maleficent power.Astronomical Myths | John F. Blake
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