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Together with her dog Toto, which stole the show at several points, she accidentally kills the Wicked Witch of the East and sets in motion a rollercoaster chain of events involving weird and wonderful characters.
The giggles pile up as Dorothy collects new friends along her long journey on the yellow brick road to the Emerald City and seeks to defeat the Wicked Witch of the West, who will stop at nothing to snatch her ruby slippers.
They’re too talented not to bring it all home with the right amount of sincerity and humor about these movies’ justifiable selling point: it’s okay to screw up if your heart’s in the right place.
It doesn’t quite make up for the fact that this yuletide-themed sequel is so sloppily laugh-deficient and obvious about holiday craziness and button-pushing loved ones.
It turns out the scarecrow, tin man and lion had the qualities they sought after all, they just needed to believe.
The audience arrives in Emerald City for the second half, and it’s a non-stop hour or so involving rollerskating monkeys, a terrifying mechanical wizard head and the deadly Jitterbug dance spell.
Catrin Aron shines as the wicked witch, with a theatre-shaking cackle and a broomstick packed with comedic asides.
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An 18-wheeler, meanwhile, drops cowboy-hat-wearing, itinerant grandma Isis (Sarandon) off at her daughter Carla’s house.