If it was attempting to tell the story of a girl using fantasy as a way to deal with problems, it should have focused on exploring that idea, rather than having Elizabeth shout that's she's really Dorothy Gale and then try to run straight into a tornado. The movie feels suffocating, never really letter any characters develop, or action take place far beyond the depressing walls of the orphanage in Kansas.
I will say the costumes of the Tin Woodman and Scarecrow were done in an interesting fashion, a kind of steam punk version that's popular for Halloween costumes these days.
After the Wizard claims to be too much and then doesn't do much to try and prove it. Indie movie fans may find something reputable, but Oz fans need not waste the time.