Into the Woods 1-Disc Blu-ray + Digital HD

From the director of CHICAGO and the producer of WICKED comes a modern twist on the beloved fairy tales you thought you knew. Meryl Streep stars in this epic musical saga about daring to venture INTO THE WOODS. Iconic characters, such as Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk and Rapunzel, find their fates intertwined with a humble baker and his wife, whose longing to have a child sends them on a quest to reverse a witch’s (Streep) curse. With an all-star cast, this spellbinding adventure is everything you could ever wish for!

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Herman & Ashley on 03/16/2015 at 1:07 PM.

Simply amazing! This film followed the musical so well, and I loved every second of it! I have always loved the show and its soundtrack and was ecstatic to find out that Disney was making a version of it. I took my mom, who hasn’t seen the musical, to see it, and she loved it as well, raving to her friends about it.I understand how people who have not seen the musical were thrown off by the last quarter of the movie, but it wouldn’t have been Into the Woods if they deleted parts in order to keep…

James Morris on 03/16/2015 at 1:28 PM.

“To Mind, To Heed, To Find, To Think, To Teach, To Join, To Go To The Festival….” Into the Woods debuted on Broadway in October 1987, where it was greeted with great enthusiasm by critics and audiences alike. The narrative is based on four fairy tales, using versions by the Brothers Grimm (Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, Little Red Riding Hood and Rapunzel). The plot blends the familiar tales with an original story about a baker and his wife and their attempts to undo a witch’s spell. The musical boasts music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, the most respected…

Shevi "FantasyWeaver" on 03/16/2015 at 1:54 PM.

A loyal Adaptation of Stephen Sondheim’s Broadway Musical That Gives a Modern Twist to the Darkest of Fairy Tales This movie version of the Stephen Sondheim Broadway musical is loyal to the original, losing only a couple of songs (Broadway musicals are longer than movies, so the cuts were necessary) and gaining a sumptuous setting and special effects that can’t be matched by live theater.If you’re not familiar with the musical, look it up. It’s a bit controversial, since it’s closer–much closer–to the original Grimm fairy tales than anything Disney would dare produce. Here wolves do indeed…