Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return
The film of one of the world's most famous and beloved fairy tales which kids of all ages love. The interesting adventure of Dorothy occurs because she wants to rescue her close friend from a villainous jester in Oz.
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Eddie Harrison The List
May 20, 2014 A cynical cash-grab riding on the coat-tails of far better productions.Read in Source
Nathan Bartlebaugh The Film Stage
June 06, 2016 If encouraging a youngster's imagination is a form of nurture, taking a tyke to see Legends of Oz may be a form of child neglect.Read in Source
Mike McCahill Guardian
May 22, 2014 Even by the standards of allowance-snatching half-term filler, this is pretty indifferent ...Read in Source
Adam Markovitz Entertainment Weekly
May 09, 2014 The bricks are still yellow, but the road doesn't lead anywhere special.Read in Source
Nicolas Rapold New York Times
May 08, 2014 All in all, the beloved kingdom of Oz is not well served, though there's just enough detectable affection to keep it from feeling like a pure cashing-in.Read in Source
Bruce Ingram Chicago Sun-Times
May 08, 2014 It's a little shocking how leaden the jokes are in this movie.Read in Source
Rich Cline Contactmusic.com
May 29, 2014 Despite substandard animation, this brightly coloured sequel has a strong enough sense of both its story and characters to hold the audience's attention.Read in Source
John Semley Globe and Mail
May 09, 2014 It's short on jokes and hampered by unmemorable musical numbers (including one about building a boat), and the film's niceness can't overcome the dopey tedium.Read in Source
Kevin McFarland AV Club
May 14, 2014 Problems abound from the rushed beginning all the way through the impossibly resolved ending.Read in Source
Susan Wloszczyna RogerEbert.com
May 09, 2014 This is one of those movies that parents will have to ask themselves if they love their child enough to sit through it.Read in Source
Jayne Nelson SFX Magazine
May 23, 2014 Boasts an impressive cast, catchy tunes and an entertaining fairy tale plot.Read in Source
Mark Jackson Epoch Times
June 15, 2016 You know ... it's not great, this one. Aesthetically, it's complacent. It'd be nice to see a film honoring the original illustration by W. W. Denslow of the first 'Oz' books.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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