Sleeping Beauty (1959)

A failure at the box office, Sleeping Beauty only earned back $5 million of its $6 million budget when it was released in 1959. But the issues critics found back then—its linear animation style was too modern and its villain Maleficent was too scary—are what make it one of the best Disney movies of all time. The romance may be a bit dated now, but the fairy godmothers Flora, Fauna and Merryweather are just as delightful as always, whether they’re baking haphazard cakes or fighting over the color of the dress for Princess Aurora’s 16th birthday.


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