Oz the great and powerful book review
Oz The Great and Powerful: With 8 Pages of Photos From The Movie! by Elizabeth RudnickGoodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again.
'Oz The Great And Powerful' Review: One Too Many Witches, One Too Many Love Triangles
Wizard of Oz prequel 'Oz the Great and Powerful' has one too many witches for its own good. There's actually a great deal more magic and a great deal more heart in Oz the Great and Powerful than I expected. This story of a con-man carnival magician and his unlikely band of accomplices out to save the land of Oz had many pleasant surprises, but none more so than the way it managed to bring a smile to my face. The porcelain girl, the flying monkey bellhop, the munchkin heraldthese are no replacements for the Scarecrow or the Tin Man, but they're still a lovable bunch. In fact, while the film is often more spectacle than substance, even its use of CGI and 3D were mostly tasteful, with some of the best use of 3D effects I've seen since Avatar. Three may seem a natural number when it comes to witches, of course. Three is a good number when it comes to witches, three times out of four.
Ari Armstrong reviews Oz the Great and Powerful, directed by Sam Raimi. For a film based on children's books, its theme is remarkably.
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