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Coming up with a preview in a review.
Of what -- opening in the box office this weekend is our old buddy movie critic and Fox News contributor Tim McCarthy -- and -- -- more Kevin Clayton thieving Greta how are you guys -- beyond we're all we're doing -- album a little bothered I'm from Kansas of The Wizard of -- is always been a very personal to me.
There is a remake how good is that.
We'll listen it's more of a prequel now the original 1939 film is based on a book called the wonderful wizard of odds in this film actually easy prequel to that book so we're learning about where I came from -- how he became the wizard -- But the interesting thing -- the original built in 1939.
Was an MGM own film this is that you Disney movie.
You're not going to see any of the ruby red slippers which were still -- in the book they can't legally use the red slippers -- they were still over in the book as well as.
He mole on the which is -- you'll see that this movie as well for dealing with Sam Rainey he's the director -- Helping this 200 million dollar project.
And it's an incredible adventure about a small time magician.
Was essentially sucked into highs and have to prove himself as the wizard and go through all these adventures all the which isn't and all the incredible mentions that he sees.
Now interestingly enough Sam rainy the director wanted his actors to be on practical -- And actually acting out with their animated co stars tough talking -- Zach Braff who played the monkey in the movie you place Finley.
And EC GI in the actual film -- James Franco was acting with him physically on set this exact -- talking about that element.
Sam want me on set -- we didn't do the -- cab kind of dots on the face thing that make -- Scott's -- who whose.
I have all the effects he wanted -- more rich additional were I'm down there and like a blue screen ones the -- acting it out a lot like the color reassured.
And -- -- -- -- he wore on and I thought it acted -- and and he's video cameras on my face and and that we we can and probably kind of keep it -- and then the animators went back in -- -- from the video of -- -- my -- All right lightning -- how many stars.
Well I mean if we had a five the first thirty minutes are very very good the middle hours kind of slow and and the ending is absolutely incredible -- James Franco just looks bored in the movie -- -- Robert Downey junior who is originally cast as odds what do at a much much better job I -- -- three out of five now Steve you love to hear about this.
See it in 3-D it was shot at 390 exactly asks -- we have nineteen seconds how many stars.
I did three out of five for Baghdad -- downing of the two and a half -- a five as well very nice we have 1212 seconds left I might be a rental weekend's -- thanks Kevin yes thank god.
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