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Fabulous

By xyzluann2003
Written May 28, 2017
Awesome special effects! I thought it showed a great success at a prequel. The subtle ties to the original were awesome. Those flying monkeys...eeeek!!! Loved it Loved it Loved it
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Beautiful Movie!!

By moviemama24
Written April 01, 2017
Don't miss this epic adventure and let yourself be swept away to the wonderful world of Oz! See it in 3D and IMAX if possible! Our family loved everything about this movie! The acting, special effects and production design were superb!!!! Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz, Mila Kunis and James Franco were fabulous!!!!
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Excellent ~ Must See

By brooklynroads
Written January 19, 2017
The Effects were incredible... May be a bit to much for younger children (say under 13-14) Seen it in IMAX 3D and regular 3D... IMAX is the way too go ~ It's worth the extra few bucks if you have it. Now if they would just get WICKED on the Big Screen!
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Wickedly wonderful!

By tmrvica1225
Written March 26, 2017
My 6 year old daughter and I loved it! I honestly don't know why people are giving this movie such a hard time? It was magical, funny, and WICKED! We found ourselves laughing, crying, and even jumping with fear! What more could you want?! I def wouldn't recommend it to small children though. 6 years and up
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Above Average but Not Perfect

By Brus
Written April 30, 2017
This prelude to the classic "Wizard of OZ" is a beautiful and fairly well acted story on the origin of the Wizard and how he came to Oz. Seen in IMax 3D the movie looked gorgeous and the 3D effects were more of the Avatar model -- draw the viewer in not throw things out at the viewer (though there is some of that). The imprint of the director, Sam Raimi, is unmistakable with his attention to story and story detail as well as a bit of visual slap stick thrown in. There are also unmistakable but subtle references as little treats not only to the "Wizard of Oz" but also to the previous works of Sam Raimi himself. However, if you do not know either, they are not obtrusive or confusing. Franco tend to be Franco, but his onscreen/offscreen persona works in this role. Weisz and Williams give subtle and nuanced roles for the adults and colorful enough for the children. The only weaknes is Kunis, who has a very difficult role and story to play, and is not up to the task of the last third.
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