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Slow start to fun finish

By kelfern
Written July 24, 2014
After the first 45 minutes I was ready to leave the theatre. The dialogue was corny and juvenile, then I hear the laughter of some kids behind me to remind that this is for all ages. Once the action gets going it becomes a fun movie. I found the 3-D more of a distraction than an enhancement.
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A fun movie

By lstomasello
Written July 26, 2014
The story was well told, but I didn't find the witches all to compelling. I liked Mila Kunis character Theodora early in the movie, but lost interest after she became evil. I thing it was a combination of so-so makup and writing. I liked James Franco as Oz. I thought he did a good job. All-in-all worth seeing though.
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Oz The Great and Powerful 3D

By rickericson
Written April 05, 2013
The effects were great. The characters were very memorable. Children of all ages will enjoy the magical adventure to Oz. The story linked most everything from the original Wizard with Judy Garland. The only thing I didn't see was the story behind the "Ruby Slippers". I will buy the DVD when available and enjoy the movie again and again.
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Written March 24, 2013
Very well made and entertaining. Some what long- could have cut about 20-30 minutes from the film to make it better. Story wasn't too much and writing seemed a little week. Good casting- especially Michelle Williams and Zack Braff.
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By bryzjet
Written March 09, 2013
This is a very entertaining money...we would HIGHLY RECOMMEND all to see. 3D excellent. Don't think small children would be scared. We saw a boy around three and he seemed to enjoy the movie.
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