(http://www.scifi.com/tinman), and while there's a gap between vision and
execution, the vision is grande. It's a mish-mash of Depression-era(ish)
Richard Dreyfus rocks. The guy who plays the Tin Man / Kane is pretty
solid. Some of the other acting is a bit stilted and feels disconnected
(and faking shows), but I'm hoping it gets there as the series progresses.
I'm wondering, though, if this messes with American McGee's version of Oz
ever seeing the light of day?