One of the better Disney animations. After years of trying, King Stephan and his wife finally have a kid. They name their daughter Aurora and throw a huge party and betrothe her to the neighboring king's son, Phillip. Right as the three fairies are giving magical gifts to Aurora (to ensure she won't grow up to be a hideous tone-deaf beast), the evil witch, Maleficent, crashes the party. She's a little miffed because somebody "forgot" to include her on the guest list. Maleficent decides to bestow her own gift on the baby, but being an evil witch, you can guess it won't be a Hello Kitty pen set. Poor Aurora is cursed to prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel on her sixteenth birthday and die. Since the last fairy didn't get to give her gift to Aurora (she was rudly interrupted by Maleficent's uninvited arrival), to lessen the evil curse she changes her gift(it can only be supposed from the way Aurora turns out that it was probably the gift of intelligence). Instead of dying, Aurora will fall asleep until her true love gives her a kiss and then she'll wake up and live hapily ever after. The three fairies carry Aurora off into the woods and raise her as their own. As fate would have it, Aurora and Prince Phillip meet on the eve of her sixteenth birthday and fall in love. Thank goodness for that, since the next day she pricks her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and keels over into a coma. Maleficent is still ticked off after sixteen years and decides she doesn't want Aurora to have a happily ever after, so she kidnaps Prince Phillip and locks him in the dungeon. The three fairies come to the rescue and Phillip escapes, chops through a forest of thorns, kills a dragon, kisses his true love and gets married all in the same night.
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