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Oz the Great and Powerful

Oz the Great and Powerful (2013)

Oscar Diggs, a small-time circus illusionist and con-artist, is whisked from Kansas to the Land of Oz where the inhabitants assume he's the great wizard of prophecy, there to save Oz from the clutches of evil.

Directors: Sam Raimi

Cast: James Franco, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, Michelle Williams, and Zach Braff

Release Date: March 8, 2013

234 Movie Reviews
  • newsreader277
    newsreader2777 months55 popcorn
    • snowboard12
      snowboard12over 6 years
      Nice movie... very moving/touching and is very entertaining.
      • maranita
        maranitaover 7 years55 popcorn
        What a great movie!!!
      • amyz
        amyzover 7 years55 popcorn
        This movie is so moving. It is when the girl replaces bolt when he escaped. Bolt made friends with a cat and a hamster.
        • happy1929
          happy1929over 7 years
          • jenny1214
            jenny1214over 7 years
            awesome movie
            • bobsayshi
              bobsayshiover 7 years
              Awesome movie!
              • redheadperson22
                redheadperson22over 7 years11 popcornFeatured
                Warning! This review may contain spoilers! I haven't watched it in a while, but I'll tell you what I remember. So there's this guy and he somehow ends up in a magical land... or something. What I thought of it: Honestly, I don't know why so many people liked this. The main guy (don't remember his name) was kind of irritating. I mean I liked him, but I honestly don't know why. I mean over the course of the movie, he kissed like 2 or 3 different women. Seriously?! Who does that in a kids movie?! I mean the last one was kind of random. Why was it necessary for him to kiss Glinda? She didn't even really do anything. There were no real signs of them liking each other anyway. There was no good reason for them to fall in love. And the "good" witch who eventually turned bad. Why did they never resolve the real problem? I mean her sister lied to her and no one ever told her. She just went on believing her sister's lie and no one even cared enough to tell her it wasn't true. That was the stupidest thing ever. If someone had just told her that her sister had lied, that would have solved everyone's problems. Overall, it wasn't a good movie.
                • beastboyyy4
                  beastboyyy4almost 8 years55 popcorn
                  I love it I don't understand it is black and white then it turns colerful
                  • tcool
                    tcoolalmost 8 years55 popcorn
                    I LOVE THIS MOVIE