The colors are rich, the sounds are luscious and magic sparkles spurt charmingly from wands.
Bosley Crowther — New York Times
The masterpiece of the Disney Studios' postwar style.
Dave Kehr — Chicago Reader
Mary Costa's rich and expressive voice for the title character gives substance and strength to it.
Variety Staff — Variety
The hero and heroine are sugar sculpture, and the witch looks like a clumsy tracing from a Charles Addams cartoon.
Dean Essner — TIME Magazine
Has poor party etiquette ever been so costly?
Josh Larsen — LarsenOnFilm
Disney classic is delightful but sometimes scary.
Carrie R. Wheadon — Common Sense Media
One of the handful of Disney features that can be rightfully called perfect.
Tim Brayton — Antagony & Ecstasy
Has grown better with age.
Dennis Schwartz — Ozus' World Movie Reviews
The animation is -- as with all the early Disney's -- jaw-droppingly good.
Amber Wilkinson — Eye for Film
taken as a childhood adventure, you can't get much better than this film
Kevin Carr — 7M Pictures
A great-looking, colourful old-style classic.
Brian Webster — Apollo Guide
...a fine family film.
John J. Puccio — DVDTown.com
John J. Puccio — Movie Metropolis
Sleeping Beauty has been regarded as a minor classic for too long. This restored edition should reinforce that it's a classic, period.
James Plath — DVDTown.com
James Plath — Movie Metropolis
This was the most expensive animated film to date, and every penny was on the screen.
Dean Essner — TV Guide's Movie Guide
Although this rarely achieves the heights of classics like Snow White and Dumbo, it still has its moments.
Derek Adams — Time Out
(Sleeping Beauty movie review at F5 (Wichita, KS))
Jake Euker — F5 (Wichita, KS)
(Sleeping Beauty movie review at EmanuelLevy.Com)
Emanuel Levy — EmanuelLevy.Com
(Sleeping Beauty movie review at TheMovieReport.com)
Michael Dequina — TheMovieReport.com
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