The Muppets' Wizard of Oz
The Muppets' Wizard of Oz follows a young woman named Dorothy Gale who dreams of becoming a singer but is unable to pursue her dreams. After being swept up by a tornado with her pet prawn Toto, Dorothy embarks on a journey to meet the Wizard of Oz, the person who both Dorothy and the citizens of Oz believe can help make her dream come true.
- Stars:Vahina Giocante, Moa Khouas, Karim Ben Haddou, Lotfi Chakri, Hamid Dkhissi, Edmonde Franchi, Carmen Lebbos, Ghandi Assad, Dominique Bluzet, Stéphanie Fatout, Ashanti, Jeffrey Tambor, Quentin Tarantino, David Alan Grier, Queen Latifah, Steve Whitmire, Dave Goelz, Bill Barretta, Eric Jacobson, Brian Henson, Kevin Clash, John Kennedy, Rickey Boyd, Tyler Bunch, Julianne Buescher,
- Director:Kirk R. Thatcher,
- Writer:Debra Frank (teleplay), Steve L. Hayes (teleplay), Tom Martin (teleplay), Adam F. Goldberg (teleplay), Debra Frank (television story), Steve L. Hayes
This version of The Wizard of Oz is played by the Muppets! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Muppets' Wizard of Oz torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Insteresting documentary, but I think it was a bit overdramatized and it could have gone deeper into the subject
(ca) wrote: The way the director put this film together is brilliant. It had the flavors of The Office meets the Wedding Photographer. I thought that the entire idea behind the film was well done and I loved every second of this movie. It is great!
(br) wrote: Maybe my favorite Sono film.
(nl) wrote: God movie, very funny and heart warming.
(br) wrote: A rather bland sequel with fake-looking action sequences and lame dialogue. It's not a bad movie per se, more like an 80's action flick with a hi-tech look...
(it) wrote: Fun TROMA flick, not their best bud a good one.
(ag) wrote: Ian McKellen is always amazing but this was just gold for him. I don't usually like Brendan Fraser but he is great here and so is Lynne Redgrave. Bill Condon really needs to do more work like this
(it) wrote: There's no guarantee that you will get caught in the middle of the plot. Brilliant noir.
(de) wrote: I thought this movie might be too f-ed up for my tastes...not really. In fact there's a lot of pure genius here. Now I know there were a ton of hardships to overcome to get the film made (and after seeing the interviews w/ Stanley, um yeah it's just short of a miracle that the film actually was completed and released) which I think makes it even more amazing. Very interesting camera work, mind-blowing imagery, great acting...and loved the underlying political tones along with the mythology, crime scene investigation, serial killer ritualism...
(ru) wrote: Most underrated Ghibli movie
(mx) wrote: Billie Holliday's story is a true American Tragedy. Young black woman surrounded by abuse, drugs and prostitution. But this girl could sing. Of course, if Billie were born today, she'd be winning Grammys and selling out packed houses. Alas, she grew up in a time when racism ruled all. I wish I could say she made it thru all the drug abuse and rape and rejection and just overall evil that she was confronted with, but she did not. Diana Ross is at her absolute best here. All those fabulous performances either on stage, in the recording studio to the silver screen, this is what all that led up to and she nailed it. The coolest ever, Billy Dee Williams and the late great Richard Pryor do wonderful job supporting Ms Ross. I don't even need to go on about the soundtrack. Beautiful.
(ca) wrote: Packed with memorable scenes like the umbrellas, the windmills and the water landing....Recommended.
(it) wrote: I liked it, but I will admit I do prefer Die Hard (1988) to it, but that makes sense because I prefer Willis to Gibson in general. I liked Glover's performance too. I'm totally going to end up watching the rest of the Lethal Weapon movies I'm sure
(mx) wrote: A timely, subversive, and sometimes hard to swallow documentary detailing the dubious nature of digital identity and the absurd experience of online dating, which is ultimately both enthralling and repelling.