At this the mission will meet three witches, the Theodora ( Mila Kunis ), the Evanora ( Rachel Weisz ) and Glinda ( Michelle Williams ). The relationship that we develop with each one will affect his relationship with the other, and through this magical game must find which of these three is the evil witch must kill. I will not tell you what the green witch we see in the movie posters because that would spoil a major part of the mystery that unfolds in the first place, but what we can say is that the piece with the three witches are the most fun of history.
So there are two ways to tell a story today in the movie that make some sense and not trivial. The first way is to change everything by keeping only the core of creating something entirely new. This road followed "Snow White and the Huntsman" without much success, and this is expected to do and "Jack the Giant Slayer" the Bryan Singer will see this month. The second way to tell a story properly on the big screen is not only to maintain all that makes fairytale, but to magnify the image as a charm like when you were a kid and you heard the story about the first time.
This second path chosen by Raimi, and from the result appears to have done well. Specific effects of "Oz the Great and Powerful" is one of the best we've seen for a long time creating a digital three-dimensional Middle Earth. The writers create various improbable creatures from fairy spit water up lions and baboons fly, but Raimi handles its content carefully so that makes it look much better than it is. In fact it has already won the game when it's black and white and in 4:3 screen size the real world of Kansas to open in widescreen and colorful rainbows when the balloon enters the magical land of Oz. Oz himself is modeled magic inventor Thomas Edison and the basis of discovery in the final design, but the real magic is in the direction of Raimi achieves fantastic to visualize a modest story, just enough to make it interesting.