Visionary animator Jorge Gutiérrez (THE BOOK OF LIFE) continues the enchanted saga of Oz as seen through the eyes of Ozzy, a kindhearted flying monkey. Wicked witch Eveline (Ambyr Childers, THE MASTER) tries to steal back the broom that holds her powers, but Ozzy snags it instead and zooms off. Hoping to rescue his father, Ozzy joins forces with cheeky young sorceress Gabby. But can they find the Lion, Scarecrow, and Tin Woodman - and lift the enchanted spells Eveline has imprisoned them with?
First flagship computer-animated production for Anima Estudios, excluding Gaturro (2010), which was produced primarily in Argentina. See more »
Waste of time
Boring.... good cartoon, but poor script. Better to stay at home on Sunday to spend time and money. The title of the movie was more promising,was a children film, but despite being a children's film it falls far short of the expectations about history of the original novel. The animation becomes slow and redundant, in addition to the thread of the film becomes confusing and pointless. Studies need to work around before launching a film to be shown in cinemas. For everything else, there are criticisms in every minute of the movie and I certainly do not recommend her. Not being a season of children's movies is the alternative that I recommend Home, which has improved production and script.
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