Sam Raimi's Oz The Great and Powerful is a 3D powerhouse. Great dimensional design and use of the technology.
An interesting back-story, strangely in black & white and 1.37 -- later expanding (quite nicely) to gorgeous color and scope aspect ratio.
Very enjoyable film, possibly short of James Franco's acting abilities, which seem to leave me cold.
Shot with a Red Epic, and taken through to a 2k DI, and from there on to various technical permutations and incarnations, the resultant Blu-ray is a beauty. DTS-HD MA 7.1 adds pinpoint accuracy to audio placement. A great track!
The only oddity to be noted is that the disc automatically defaults to 2.0. Please be aware that 7.1 (or 5.1, for that matter) must be selected via the setup menu.
A very good take on the old Oz tales, and a stunning addition to one's 3D library.