Sing-along With Dorothy And Toto

People are lining up to pay $26.50 to see the sing-along Wizard of Oz on the big screen. “Oh, sure. You get a little goodie bag at the door — bubbles and a magic wand for when Glinda the Good Witch appears and a kazoo and noisemaker for … well, we’re not really sure for what. There’s a comedian/singer/emcee who oversees a parade of those audience members who come in costume. And then there’s the film itself — a digitally remastered version equipped with lyric subtitles, just on the off chance that you blank out on the words to ‘Ding-Dong the Witch is Dead.’ But, as Dorothy herself might say, why oh why would someone pay three times the going rate of a movie just for the pleasure of singing along?”