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Oz The Great And Powerful (Papa Kenn Reviews)

Posted by Papa Kenn On March - 14 - 2013 2 Comments

This week, Papa Kenn reviews the prequel to “The Wizard of Oz”, the world famous musical that practically everyone knows! Does this new film, “Oz The Great And Powerful” live up to its famous predecessor?


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“Oz The Great And Powerful”
Director: Sam Raimi
Writers: (Screenplay) Mitchell Kapner & David Lindsay-Abaire
Starring: James Franco, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, Michelle Williams, Zach Braff, Bill Cobbs, Tony Cox, Bruce Campbell

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2 Responses so far.

  1. Mark says:

    I pretty much agree with everything you said. I liked the monkey and the china doll even more. The movie looked great. I was captivated by the world it created.

    Was slightly less enthralled with the unimaginative storyline though. It’s The Wizard of Oz redux with a sex change for the protagonist. But overall I was entertained.

    Final thought: If you have kids, then take them to see this. It’s fun for the whole family.

    • PapaKenn says:

      Definitely agree on the “family film” aspect. I didn’t see it so much as a “Wizard of Oz” redux because of the significant difference in the actual characters. It definitely tried to be Wizard of Oz in the most annoying of ways at times, but there are enough stark differences that I wouldn’t say it’s too similar (except maybe in style).


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