Oz the Great and Powerful


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Drama / Family / Fantasy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 59%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 56%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 193851


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Rachel Weisz as Evanora
Mila Kunis as Theodora
Bruce Campbell as Winkie Gate Keeper
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2hr 10 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by mhol111964-754-567942 10 / 10

A great and powerful prequel/reboot that does the source material justice and surpasses the Star Wars prequel trilogy.

I saw "Oz the Great and Powerful" in theaters on it's opening weekend and I loved it. This movie had heart, a good storyline, a well-written script, emotion and some intense moments. It's not as much a prequel to the 1939 classic "The Wizard of Oz" as much as it is a reboot of the "Oz" franchise that acts as a prequel to the novel "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" by L. Frank Baum (not that I've read the novel). As a reboot, I think it did the source material justice. As a prequel, it actually answered some of my questions. I think the reason some people were disappointed by "Oz the Great and Powerful" is because they had high expectations for it. I actually had very low expectations going into it and I was surprised by it. I thought it was going to be "Alice in Wonderland" but set in Oz and without the only reason to watch it (Johnny Depp). From the trailers and TV spots, it looked like it was made to cash-in with "Alice in Wonderland". It was so poorly marketed. But I thought the movie was one thousand times better than "Alice". I've seen "Oz the Great and Powerful" three times now and I don't see why some people may hate it. Sure it's almost all CG (but then so were "300" and "Avatar" and no one gave a crap) and the cast consists almost entirely of celebrities (but then again, Judy Garland was a celebrity) so I can sort of understand why it may feel like a turn-off. However, I can't name a bad thing about the movie and most of my friends who have seen it really enjoyed it like I did. While James Franco wasn't the best choice for the Oz character, I think he pulled it off very well. I think it's a much better prequel movie than "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace" was. And I like "Star Wars" better than "Wizard of Oz" so I think that's saying something. "Oz the Great and Powerful" may not be a masterpiece or better than the classic but It's a "great and powerful" movie and if you haven't seen it, I highly recommend it. Don't listen to the haters. You're opinion is all that matters. I give this movie 10 stars out of 10.

Reviewed by Smoreni Zmaj 8 / 10

Prequel to Wizard of Oz...

One of the best Disney feature films I saw so far. It's not on par with Pirates franchise or Lone Ranger, but it could not possibly be because it's completely kids-friendly. No one dies, there's no jokes inadequate for kids, it's tame fairy-tale, but it's beautifully written, designed and filmed and in the given limits it's the very best Disney movie I saw. I'm not sure, but I suppose that story is prequel to classic Wizard of Oz tale. Nothing here is superb, but there's no flaws either and I warmly recommend it to all fairy-tale and/or Mila Kunis fans.


Reviewed by marieltrokan 7 / 10

Almost endearing, but fails because of a false presumption that giving magic to reality means having to give reality to magic

Connect unification to censorship, and the equivalent of the unification being rational is the irrational separation of separation and openness - the irrational separation of separation and interaction.

Separation is interaction. The irrational separation of separation and separation is the same the irrational separation of reality and reality - the irrational reality of reality and reality.

Reality and reality is unification and unification. Unification and unification is an oversight. The irrational reality of oversight is the rational fantasy of attentiveness - the rational fantasy of professionalism.

A rational fantasy, is a fantasy that's real - a fantasy that's critical. Professionalism is also criticism. The rational fantasy of professionalism is the same as a fantasy that's critical of criticism.

Fantasy is the absence of rules. The absence of rules which are critical of criticism is an absence of criticism that's critical of criticism.

The criticism of criticism is the fantasy of fantasy. A fantasy of the fantasy of fantasy is the fantasy of fantasy which isn't the fantasy of fantasy - a fantasy of the fantasy of fantasy is a fantasy of the rejection of fantasy having no authority.

A fantasy of the fantasy of fantasy is the reality of the rejection of fantasy having authority.

The central flaw, of Oz the Great and Powerful, is the importance of the importance of no fantasy - the importance of the non-importance of fantasy.

The movie's preoccupation is to take status away from the mystical: for starters, the mystical can't possibly have any status, so then why in the hell should Oz the Great and the Powerful presume the right to treat the mystical as something which can be categorized?

Giving magic to reality doesn't have to come at the expense of giving reality to magic

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