Oz the Great and Powerful

Oscar "Oz" Diggs (James Franco) deceives Theodora (Mila Kunis) and Evanora (Rachel Weisz) into believing that he really is a powerful wizard with a few parlor tricks and the help of Finley (voiced by Zach Braff) and one of the Tinkers. Glinda (Michelle Williams) faces off against Evanora, accidentally shatters the gem that's the source of her power, and Evanora's true form is revealed: an elderly, hideous woman. Both Theodora and Evanora are defeated and they escape Emerald City. Oz gives to his new friends some gifts: a "smile" to Knuck, friendship to Finley, a "family" for China Girl, a tool for fixing things to one of the Tinkers and his love to Glinda. Oz uses the same tricks that he used to defeat the witches in order to maintain the illusion that his "mortal body" has died and that he's a great wizard.

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