The much anticipated Disney thriller (and the name that's impossible to say without sounding like you have a lisp), Maleficent, is finally in theaters! We can't get enough of Lana Del Rey's spooky version of Once Upon A Dream. It's definitely not a song to fall asleep to. It will haunt your dreams. Let's get real, Lana Del Rey could sing "Don't Worry, Be Happy" and make it terrifying.
Last time we checked Rotten Tomatoes the film was rotten at 47%. But that's just what all those snobby film critics think. What do they really know? We took to twitter to see what people are saying about the film.
The sole purposes I want to see Maleficent is to admire Angelina Jolie's amazing bone structure😍— Brooke Swiacki (@SwackaFlocka) May 30, 2014
"Angelina's cheekbones really are amazing." - said begrudgingly by every women in America
do i dare try to watch Sleeping Beauty after being emotionally ruinED by Maleficent??? ?— Pavel Chekov (@k4rla_kawaii) May 30, 2014
Emotionally ruined because it was so bad? Or so scary? After seeing the film, some people have said it isn't as scary as the trailer made it out to be. (Thanks a lot, Lana Del Rey.)
Saw Maleficent. It was marvelous. Can't wait to take my little girl to see it. She's going to adore it. @DisneyPictures— Amber (@almostamber) May 30, 2014
Welcome to the misunderstood club, Maleficent!— Hell.jpg (@jaiFRIGGINlala) May 30, 2014
Here are a few more twitter reviews.
The accents in #Maleficent are all over the map. The only things they have in common is that they are unnecessary and pretentious.— John Flynn (@JFly99) May 30, 2014
MALEFICENT WAS REALLY REALLY REALLY SUPER DUPER GOOD GO WATCH IT NOW PLEASE— kali (@_kalinaelise) May 30, 2014
Maleficent was amazing 😱😊 11/10 soooo goood !— ❅Sean❅ (@TheFallofSean_) May 30, 2014
While the movie is facing a little criticism, it still got an 11/10 rating, 3 "Reallys" and a "Super Duper" so it looks like we'll have to see it after all.
Here's the trailer again, in case you somehow mananged to miss it.
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