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Thursday
Mar212013

'Oz the Great and Powerful' Intro Posted Online

Oz the Great and Powerful has been getting the reception from the public that's hardest to comment on: It's okay.  Not great.  Not bad.  Not even mediocre, as in stylistically boring.  It's just...okay.  A big flaming ball of adequacy, to quote the Nostalgia Critic.  One part that has been getting praise, though, have been the visuals.  They not only look good, but the 3D is implemented well.  You can't see the 3D, but you can see the impressive opening credits to the film online now with the studio's blessing.

I don't think anyone can disagree with how impressive that is.  The movie is already making bank at the Box Office, but I'm guessing this public release of such an amazing sequence will sell more then a few more tickets.

Oz the Great and Powerful is directed by Sam Raimi.  It stars James Franco, Michelle Williams, and Mila Kunis.

Reader Comments (1)

Karen Khalil Redford Township 17th District Court Judge would of been a far better choice for the role of the bad witch. In real life she is a reincarnation of Nazi Judge Roland Friesler. Getting a real life evil ugly tyrant like Judge Karen Khalil to play the part would of brought unprecentated realism to the movie. Nominal makeup would be required(she lacks a chin) so a prosthetic chin could of been added on. Hollywood missed an opportunity to bring the realism of evil to the movie in my opinion!

Friday, July 12, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterDaniel Bouzas

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