A 12-year-old Kansas orphan turns to the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman for help during a difficult time. She imagines that things have not gone well in Oz since the Wizard left and that the... See full summary »
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When Larry gets an extreme wedgie and lands on the gymnasium floor with his torn underwear hanging out the back of his pants, his underwear, in the next shot, suddenly lands on his head for no discernible reason. See more »
Whadda you think it is? A werewolf? A vampire? Maybe... maybe a minotaur?
There's no such thing as minotaurs. They're mythological.
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Written by L. Hearn, B. Anderson, S. Ludeman, S. Gunshore and M. Killough
Performed by Army of Robots
Published by Les Scott Music (ASCAP)/Tropnevada (ASCAP)/Tiegtoons (BMI)/Uncharted Music (BMI)
Courtesy of Expressive Artists/Source Q Boutique See more »
This movie is cute and charming. It seems younger kids will almost always like it. Adult reaction is obviously mixed. Our two younger kids, ages 6 & 9 loved it. Two others kids that saw it with us, ages 10 and 13 thought it was good but were not as excited about it as the younger ones. None of them were too scared during any of the more intense parts.
Keep in mind, this is a very low budget movie.
For instance, I know there are over 250 visual effects shots (many of which are invisible) They were all done very quickly within 3 months time by two guys for about the price of your average minivan.
What was Avatar's effects budget?
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