Radio Review: Oz The Great and Powerful

As promised, here is my prompt review of Oz: The Great and Powerful. 

ozThere are so many things this movie does right. Unlike other revisits to fairytales (*cough*Alice*cough*) Sam Raimi manages to make things look incredible and feel just like the land of Oz should, right down to the sound design. With such high hopes, the biggest let down was the witches. Glinda is as 3-dimentional as Oz himself, but the other two feel like Disney employees wandering around the park. It’s a shame, because otherwise this was a perfect way to enjoy the Emerald City.

Because of hopes dashed, Oz The Great and Powerful gets knocked down to a dice roll 4.

Read the whole review in Norwegian at the Trondheim studentmedia site,

Not the Shark one.

Movie: The Deep Blue Sea (2011)

If you’re familiar with Tumblr, The Avengers and a certain God of Mischief, you might have noticed the insane amount of fangirls flocking to “Loki’s Army”. Tom Hiddleston has gotten quite the following, and I believe there are very good reasons for that. So, to really get to the bottom of this, I decided to view everything he’s ever been in, as I am wont to do whenever I “discover” a new actor. Luckily for me, I had already seen most of it, except a certain movie that is not at all about genetically modified sharks.

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