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Disney's Maleficent is not currently available on NOW TV, but here are some more movies you might like.
  • The Witches
    The Witches

    Available until 31 Dec 2016

    Roald Dahl's scarytale is told in deliciously diabolical style by director Nic Roeg and the effects masters at Jim Henson's Creature Workshop. Anjelica Huston relishes her role as the warty old sorceress who plans to turn every child in England into mice. Rowan Atkinson, Jane Horrocks and Brenda Blethyn all find themselves caught in the fiendish plot.

  • Fairytale: Story Of The Seven Dwarves
    Fairytale: Story Of The Seven Dwarves

    Available until 31 Dec 2016

    In this madcap mash-up of various classic fairytales, Snow White's diminutive friends must go on a quest to save their kingdom from a slumbering curse. The problem begins when the youngest dwarf, Bobo, accidentally pricks the finger of Princess Rose (aka Sleeping Beauty) at her 18th birthday party, thus plunging her and everyone else into eternal sleep. The only solution is to seek out Rose's true love - an adventure that involves much singing, jesting, and thwarting of hot-headed dragons and evil witches...

  • Frozen
    Frozen

    Available until 29 Sep 2016

    The city of Arendelle is gripped in an eternal winter when Princess Elsa (Idina Menzel) loses control of her magical powers. It's up to younger sister Anna (Kristen Bell) - with the aid of ice salesman Kristoff, trusty reindeer steed Sven, and adorable snowman Olaf - to bring Elsa back into the fold and end the icy spell. A winning, warm-hearted, laugh-packed adventure - not to mention the most successful animated movie of all time - Frozen puts a new twist on the classic Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale The Snow Queen.

  • The Spiderwick Chronicles
    The Spiderwick Chronicles

    Available until 10 Dec 2018

    Director Mark Waters' richly satisfying adaptation of the popular American children's yarn leaves the movie versions of His Dark Materials and Narnia with it all to do. A fractured family move into a creepy old house and discover a parallel universe with its own perils. Fast-moving, visually beguiling and beautifully played, it's a sort of Pan's Labyrinth for more intellectually curious tweenies.

  • Into The Woods
    Into The Woods

    Available until 03 Dec 2016

    Stephen Sondheim's skewed Broadway musical take on a handful of Grimm fairytales is thrillingly brought to the big screen by Chicago director Rob Marshall. Humble baker Jack (James Corden) and his barren wife Jill (Emily Blunt) must venture into the woods and recover four objects if they are to be granted a child by axe-grinding Witch Meryl Streep. However, all sorts of perils lurk in the trees - from Johnny Depp's hungry wolf to a fuming giantess. Slick, tuneful and full of beans, this ensemble musical will appeal to audiences who likes their fairy stories on the dark side.

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