Let’s blame Oprah. She gets blamed for so much else, so why not?
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.
Atlanta Business Journal
Movie Review: Not Oprah's fault 'A Wrinkle in Time' is a touchy-feely disappointment