Oz The Great And Powerful

Oz The Great And Powerful
Oz The Great And Powerful




125 minutes


Science Fiction and Fantasy



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Because L. Frank Baum's Oz stories are so imaginative and the worlds and characters he created so spectacular, film adaptations of his books do not come along very frequently. Oz movies are landmark events, signposting cinema's technological developments, from the silent era, to the arrival of colour and now 3D. While the 1939 classic musical The Wizard of Oz told Dorothy Gale's story, Oz the Great and Powerful travels back and reveals how an unknown magician called Oscar Diggs came to be a powerful wizard and saviour of Oz. With dazzling special effects, fantastical creatures and witches, good and bad.


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Contains mild fantasy threat and very mild language.

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