REVIEW: THE NOT SO WONDERFUL, MUCH LESS POWERFUL OZ
by Kaitlyn Dougon
Looking forward to see the Great and Powerful Wizard of Oz? Don't. Just don't. Why?
The writing is the most horrible, contrived trash I've heard in a while. The script contains practically no original statements. Everything spoken was directly related to a physical action that was happening and then reiterated several times over for each character. The word choices were terrible and the mix of formal and informal speech was painfully obvious and intrusive.
The plot meandered and didn't adhere to itself. Children under 8, don't fear. the story might actually hold up to your standards but certainly not mine. There is little to no character development. For example, Oz goes from a lady-killer jerk to a 'good hearted man' virtually overnight and for no reason. The Wicked Witch blames him for her wickedness, despite knowing him for hours - at best. ...more...
Imagine climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, the tallest point on the continent of Africa. Now imagine doing it with no legs.
Spencer West is a motivational speaker with MeToWe and Free The Children. He was born with a genetic disorder that made it impossible for him to use his legs. Eventually, they amputated everything below the pelvis to allow him mobility. He was told by doctors that he would not lead a full life, that he would not be “a functioning member of society”. With the support from his family, Spencer refused to believe what they said.
Spencer did everything he could to be a normal person. He joined his high school’s cheerleading squad and they won their State Championship! As an adult, he had a successful job like every other person but this wasn’t enough for Spencer. ...more...
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