Genres: Adventure | Family | Fantasy
Releasing Date: 8 March 2013 (USA)
Director: Sam Raimi
Writers: Mitchell Kapner (screenplay), David Lindsay-Abaire(screenplay)
Stars: James Franco, Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz
Watch Oz the Great and Powerful movie the very interesting Hollywood movie.Magician Oscar Diggs is a low floor trying to make a hole from a seedy circus touring a sad Kansas. Forced to flee aboard a balloon, he is caught in a violent storm that sends the Land of Oz, a wonderful world of lush colors and populated with amazing creatures. The inhabitants of Oz taking to the great magician of legend, supposed to come and issue threats of a terrible witch. Not content to impersonate said magician, he is there an opportunity to transform his mediocre life in a life of pleasure and wealth…
“The Fantastic World of Oz ” is not just good , but sensational and full of great feelings – which seems everyone happy in the colorful world of Oz as the within Disney . figures are also the salt of this fantastic adventure that could have been reduced – fantastic – without the presence of a remarkable cast of seduction and talent , among a trio of gorgeous actresses ( Rachel Weisz, Michelle Williams and Mila Kunis ), and not to please the wild girls , that James Franco Oz, Oz all that .
For the rest, between the rather bland music from Danny Elfman Danny Elfman that monkey and put in any scene Raimi, “The fantasy world of Oz” is not immediately obvious as a work of perfect consistency in the world of filmmaker.
These traditional truisms 7th Art, there is one, however, that attracts attention: the use made of Oz pre -cinematic devices such as the zoetrope, producing an analogy between the magical power and the ability to own illusion mechanical projection of large images . ” The Illusionist ” directed by Neil Burger already staged this rapprochement with great intelligence and this is , perhaps , found a bit of the personality of Sam Raimi in this declaration of love made to imaginative power , the poetic and inventive cinematography. If “Oz” was to have an ambition beyond the desire to appeal to children, it would at least honor the tools that enable the creation of such a feature.