See it in
IMAX 3D Digital 3D


By luvmykdz
Written June 04, 2015
If you are any fan of OZ, then you will appreciate the story that this movie tells. I learned a lot about The Wizard of Oz movie and why things happened as they did. The acting was awesome along with the cinematography, the 3d effects were amazing as well. I think this movie is for everyone not just adults.
20 out of 36 found this helpful. Did you?

Cinematography was GREAT

By Callie at Critturs
Written August 04, 2015
I really enjoyed it -- FAR more true to the book than the old movie. As an adult I really enjoyed it. But if you have kids it is really a steallar piece to chat about after. It lets kids see that "good" or "bad" is something quite different than just waht someone may say. What things may have tipped Oz off that Theodora & her Sister may not have been as 'good' as they wanted him to think?
20 out of 32 found this helpful. Did you?

Skip eJack the giant slayer

By themoooman
Written May 03, 2015
If you want to see an exciting movie full of action and special effedcts then definitely see "Jack the giant slayer". Oz was slow, and extremely boring in parts and the acting was second rate except for Glenda the good witch. I didn't like Oz being portrayed as a womanizing cad who would jump on anythng that was still breathing. Save your money unless you can get a senior mantinee like I did for $4.25.
20 out of 29 found this helpful. Did you?

Great Trailer, Actual Movie Not So Much

By bigtgt17
Written June 29, 2015
I remember seeing the trailer a couple of times and thought that this was going to be an awesome movie. The beginning is incredibly slow and just barely keeps you interested. It moves along pretty uneventful until the end. The last 30 mins or so is how the whole movie should have been.
20 out of 39 found this helpful. Did you?

Nothing Great about this Oz--only mediocre

By felixarenas
Written September 01, 2014
I kept thinking I was watching a made for TV version of Oz. There is nothing magical here, the wizard (James Franco) wasn't, the castle wasn't, Theodora (Mila Kunis) wasn't. It's amazing how a 1939 fim with little technogy and only ingenuity and creativity could outshine a modern day, multi-million dollar production. The movie's concept was inconsistent. The biggest letdown for me was that the witches were witch-like and supernatural only some times, but mostly human. It kept me from feeling like I was at Oz, from believing the other world. Not to say the movie didn't have it's pluses--Michelle Williams as Glenda saved the movie, the final showdown was good, and Rachel Weitz was great, as always. The CGI was third rate, didn't match for most of the movie. Knowledgeable fans will be dissappointed. Newbies will be entertained.
19 out of 26 found this helpful. Did you?