Wed, 8 July 2015
1939 was considered a great year in film, but it was also the year of the first genuine summer blockbuster, a film directed a both adults and children based on Frank L. Baum's book, The Wizard of Oz. The story of a Kansas farmgirl who finds herself in a fantasy world after being swept up in a cyclone has become a mainstay in the imaginations of generations and considered one of the best films ever made. But does the film deserve such high esteem or should it be destroyed by a pack of flying monkeys? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster follow the Yellow Brick Road to find out.
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