But to most audiences, Oz is only one thing: a 1939 classic film starring Judy Garland. To any super fan of Return To Oz, I suggest making your own blu ray dvd combo pack, as I have done with this, as well as Swiss Family Robinson. An item that is used but still in very good condition. Improved picture and sound, removed extras. There is a lot of stop-motion claymation that looks really good, and several animatronic creatures like the Gump that are really well-done.
The Emerald City is under the rule of the evil Princess Mombi and the fiendish Nome King. The video game instructions and box are included. While trying to escape the therapy, Dorothy and her now talking pet chicken, Billina, are propelled by a lightning storm back to Oz. It seems to be that way with all Disney movie club exclusive blu rays. I highly recommend the film itself.
Item is in original shrink wrap if applicable. It could be scary for younger children so I would advise you watch the movie on your own before airing it for them, I would say over the age of 9 they could handle the darker scenes with no problem. The yellow brick road is broken, the City is a dirty slum and her. While trying to escape the therapy, Dorothy and her now talking pet chicken, Billina, are propelled by a lightning storm back to Oz. After that part, the whole movie is a treat for the eyes, and much more appropriate for little kids, at least in my opinion. Nonetheless, it is a treasured movie from my childhood, and I enjoyed watching it again with adult eyes. There's the construction of a flying sofa to bring some degree of lightness to the production, permitting escape into the sky, which introduces some aerial acrobatics as Jack fights to keep his head on his body.
Roads have been wrecked and the Emerald City is reduced to rubble, giving the Kansas girl a mission to restore order. Worley Nicol Williamson and Nurse Wilson Jean Marsh. The video game instructions and box are included. Return to Oz 1985 Return to Oz Blu-ray offers solid video and audio in this overall recommended Blu-ray release Dorothy Fairuza Balk is back at home in Kansas after her first escapade in the land of Oz and unable to convince anyone that her adventures truly happened. I mean, if you're watching this movie you'd probably rather watch Dorothy and not some weird princess, right? If you watched this movie when you were younger, you might enjoy a blast from the past with Return to Oz.
Cruelly, Dorothy isn't greeted with warmth, but confusion. Atmospherics are busy, with Oz environments pronounced and flying sequences conveying movement. It's a brave opening act, taking time to establish despondency and fear, giving Dorothy every motivation to revisit her second home, arriving with hope to see old friends and, in a way, restore confidence in her reality, shaking off doubt from outsiders as she marches down the yellow brick road once again. If you are going to own one version of the film and don't need extras, the Blu ray is the one to get. Frank Baum wrote about the wonderful land of Oz. Production design achievements rework the Emerald City into a more practical palace-like environment, and one that houses Mombi, a witch who hordes a collection of severed heads in her closet, choosing a different face as her moods change. The yellow brick road is broken, the City is a dirty slum and her friends, the Cowardly Lion and Tin Man have been turned to stone.
No damage to the jewel case or item cover, no scuffs, scratches, cracks, or holes. But if you love Dorothy, and want to go on a completely different adventure with her, and her chicken Belina, then this movie is for you! Ebay might be cheaper, but I do not use it. This was made in the 80s, and it certainly shows with the animatronics and special effects. However, before treatment begins, a storm breaks out, allowing a mysterious little girl Emma Ridley to help Dorothy escape. See the seller's listing for full details.
Mood is preserved, with intended hues registering acceptably, boosted slightly with Mombi encounters, finding the witch's costumes flavorful and her palace highly decorated. It could be scary for younger children so I would advise you watch the movie on your own before airing it for them, I would say over the age of 9 they could handle the darker scenes with no problem. For more about Return to Oz and the Return to Oz Blu-ray release, see published by Brian Orndorf on August 2, 2015 where this Blu-ray release scored 3. It is up to Dorothy and her new friends Tik Tok, a helpful robot, Jack, who has a pumpkin head, and Gump to save Oz. The teeth of disk holder are undamaged.
Concerned, Auntie Em Piper Laurie takes Dorothy to the doctor, who plans to treat her with shock therapy. The yellow brick road is broken, the City is a dirty slum and her friends, the Cowardly Lion and Tin Man have been turned to stone. Perhaps the glamour wore off and I could see the cheesiness of the story and effects, but I still love the movie and will watch it over and over and I hate watching movies more than once! The cover art and liner notes are included. The fantasyland of Oz, as brought to world by author L. It takes place 6 months or so after the tornado and continues her story.
No damage to the jewel case or item cover, no scuffs, scratches, cracks, or holes. It's a furious conclusion to an already menacing movie, but it does leave a question mark that the production conveniently ignores. Any Wizard Of Oz fan should watch this movie at least once. Mombi is really the first horrifying element in a feature that's filled with unsettling discoveries, giving Dorothy something to be truly scared of as she tries to make her way to the Nome King. Skintones are accurate, with more extreme creatures also stable. It's not that the characters aren't intriguing its just that the beloved characters we know don't show up until the final few minutes. It does have better picture and sound.
Dorothy and her army eventually face the Nome King, a bellowing monster who delights in games and claims emerald ownership. It's truly something to see at times, with young Balk's delicate performance at Dorothy adding weight to all the metal, clay, and rubber that surrounds her. Concerned, Auntie Em Piper Laurie takes Dorothy to the doctor, who plans to treat her with shock therapy. Props to my friend WetMovie1 for informing me about this movie! Return to Oz: Delightfully cheesy This is a delightfully cheesy sequel to the classic Wizard of Oz. Detail is satisfactory, surveying fantasy touches with clarity allowed by softer cinematography, and textures are encouraging on fabrics and exteriors. Subscribe if you enjoyed this. Anyway, this movie is awesome, but you'll have to watch until Dorothy gets back to Oz before you'll like it.