- The World of Oz: Oz the Great and Powerful and a Discussion of it
- Oz the Great and Powerful
- Oz The Great and Powerful; Shut-up Theodora
- An ode to China Girl
The World of Oz: Oz the Great and Powerful and a Discussion of it
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Based on L. Frank Baum 's Oz novels and set 20 years before the events of the original novel ,  the film is a spiritual prequel to the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film The Wizard of Oz. Oscar is then enlisted to restore order in Oz while struggling to resolve conflicts with the witches and himself. Kapner began developing an origin story for the Wizard of Oz after a lifelong interest of wanting to create one for the character. Raimi was hired to direct the following year. After Robert Downey Jr. Danny Elfman composed the film's score.
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Okay… Here were are. I just saw this movie in 3D and took me until the last 2 minutes to realize how much I identified with this little china doll and how much she represents so much in all of us who have lost our families. Large porcelain tea pots where dolls once lived turned upside down and smashed into pieces. We are witnessing the destruction and the emotion of the loss when we hear the sound of a girl crying, which echoes down the yellow brick road. She second guesses her self after Oz puts her legs back on and he encourages her to walk to him. She is happy, thankful, and now stronger than before. She is also still the fragile, china girl and yet completely determined to find her bravery.
The truth of the matter though, is that Oz the Great and Powerful isn't the and town was brutally broken/killed by the Wicked Witch's evil flying baboons. but in Oz Oscar is able to use glue to fix China Girl's legs in what is.
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Robert Downey Jr. Sign in. A frustrated circus magician from Kansas is transported to a magical land called Oz, where he will have to fulfill a prophecy to become the king, and release the land from the Wicked Witches using his great but fake powers. Oscar Diggs James Franco , a small-time circus magician with dubious ethics, is hurled away from dusty Kansas to the vibrant Land of Oz. At first he thinks he's hit the jackpot-fame and fortune are his for the taking. That all changes, however, when he meets three witches, Theodora Mila Kunis , Evanora Rachel Weisz , and Glinda Michelle Williams , who are not convinced he is the great wizard everyone's been expecting.
Oz the Great and Powerful
She is a little girl made of ceramic porcelain. Despite being easily scared and shy, she has a feisty side to her and will fight for what she wants and believes in.
Oz The Great and Powerful; Shut-up Theodora
Frank Baum. It does something nicely but it has a lot of flaws and the story is just typical. Oz is side-show magician who is also a con-man womanizer. He wants to be a great man like Tesla Ruining, Elephant killing, reason for L. One day he gets in trouble with an audience and a strongman and he escapes in hot air balloon and get sucks into tornado and lands in the whimsical land of OZ.
I had wanted to see the movie for a long time and my expectations were high. I really enjoyed watching Oz the Great and Powerful. It was funny and sad. For example, I laughed when the wizard played by James Franco stereotyped Findley the flying monkey by implying that all monkeys like bananas. I felt sympathy for the China Girl because her village was destroyed and her leg was broken. Earlier in the film, the Wizard met a girl who was unable to walk.
Old-fashioned, sleight-of-hand does. A similar struggle — between gigabytes of computerized bombast and subtler, effects-driven handiwork — occurs within each frame.
An ode to China Girl
Hey everyone! More specifically, the ever adorable and lovable China Girl; who is hands down one of the best characters in the film. Now let me first apologize this not actually being an ode. You see, the movie has suffered from a lot of mixed reviews for, what I believe, to be something of a misunderstanding. I think a lot of people who have read the classic Wizard of Oz books or perhaps the Wicked series, probably ended up very unhappy or unwilling to see the movie because is was a departure from what was established in those mediums. After being confronted by one of the Wicked Witches and seeing just had bad things are, Oscar is ready to leave Oz and the people of it to their fate.