The beloved icon arrives in “A Wrinkle in Time” bigger than life and twice as unnatural. She’s got gold-beaded eyebrows and is dressed in what might be called The-Jetsons-Meets-Game-of-Thrones chic. And she is big — tall as a house, with an imperious (yet down-to-earth and kind-hearted) manner that suggests, well, Super-Sized Oprah.
But Oprah isn’t what’s wrong with “Wrinkle;” the problem is far more widespread.
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Movie Review: Not Oprah's fault 'A Wrinkle in Time' is a touchy-feely disappointment