Strawberry Shortcake and her friends journey over the rainbow in a berry enchanting retelling of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz! When a cyclone blows Strawberry to Oz, she runs afoul of a Wicked Witch and must journey to the Emerald City to ask the Wizard for help getting home. With her faithful dog Pupcake by her side, Strawberry meets Ginger Snap as the Scarecrow, Peppermint Fizz as the Tin Woodsgirl, and Orange Blossom as the Cowardly Lion. After making a big impression down the Berry Brick Road, the Munchkin-like Berrykins call on Strawberry and her friends to save the Gem-Berries whose glow lights the whole land of Oz. The Berrykins have been wasting what few Gem-Berries are left, and the Wicked Witch is out to destroy them entirely. It's up to Strawberry and her pals to save the day!
Brad S (fr) wrote: I really enjoyed this films, the DVD has excellent Special Features.
Dax S (es) wrote: Not bad, definitely better than 5, glad this one did well.
Kurt M (jp) wrote: "It takes all kinds of critters to make Farmer Vincent's fritters!"
Niccol N (de) wrote: Like with most sequels : this film should never have been made. John Frankenheimer was one of the best action directors of America, but the problem is in the script : as soon as I read where the film is set, I knew how it would have ended. Well...no : "The Frech Connection" was based on a real police investigation, and the story ends just where Friedkin made it end; only the name of the characters are different. This film, instead, wants to rewrite what has actually happened (and make some money, of course), and Frankenheimer's decison to cut on end credits right after the "big thing" in the finale has happened, gives it a bit of TV feel, like a friend of mine once pointed out. I don't like "The Exorcist" much, but it was a good decision for Friedkin to decline the offer to direct this, and go for William Peter Blatty's adaptation instead.
Charlie G (mx) wrote: Volunteer test subjects are given medication that kills most of them and brings out certain powers in the others. Including a young girl thaat can start fires with her mind.