Alice In Wonderland

Release Date 05 Mar 2010 01 Jun 2010

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Certificate: 15


From Walt Disney Pictures and visionary director Tim Burton comes an epic fantasy adventure "Alice in Wonderland," a magical and imaginative twist on some of the most beloved stories of all time. Nineteen-year-old Alice returns to the whimsical world she first encountered as a young girl, reuniting with her childhood friends: the White Rabbit, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Dormouse, the Caterpillar, the Cheshire Cat, and of course, the Mad Hatter. Alice embarks on a fantastical journey to find her true destiny and end the Red Queen's reign of terror. "Alice in Wonderland" captures the wonder of Lewis Carroll's beloved "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" (1865) and "Through the Looking-Glass" (1871) with stunning, avant-garde visuals and the most charismatic characters in literary history.

Johnny Depp | Anne Hathaway | Helena Bonham Carter | Crispin Glover | Mia Wasikowska | Matt Lucas | Marton Csokas | Tim Pigott-Smith | Lindsay Duncan | Geraldine James

Lewis Carroll | Linda Woolverton

Richard D. Zanuck | Joe Roth | Suzanne Todd | Jennifer Todd

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    Percival Wulfric

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    carol halpin

    My daughter and myself enjoyed this film. Johnny Depp was very good in it as was the cheshire cat. Wasn't quite as keen on Alice herself or the white queen. Enjoyed the visual effects. It did look like a different world.

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    When I heard that Tim Burton would be directing Alice in Wonderland I couldn't wait, but I hate to say that when the time came I was a little dissapointed. Didn't like the 3d at all, much better in 2d. Loved the downfall of the mad hatter, Johnny Depp was great!

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    A good film but I thought it would've been better. The graphics are very good at stages but some particularly the captain looked very cheap and out of place. Depp was annoying & frustrating. I couldn't understand a word he was saying most of the time. Carter gave a good performance but Hathaway was a bit of a mess. The world that Burton creates is his usual brilliance. The last 15 minutes are a real let down as well. Overall it's worth the watch but it's not one of Burton's best movies.

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    Saw this recently merely because of the hype around it. I must say i didnt really like it. The 3D effects were amazing, and the story did bring me back to reading the story in my childhood, but i found it all abit weird (which i guess the story is), and didnt like depp's character, far too zaney. Loved the chesire cat though lol. Overall, a very medium film for me

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    great film love the effects

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    Visually it looks well. Really do feel like you are in a different world. Beyond that there isn't much really here.

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    I belive in at least three impossible things before breakfast. 1. Tim Burton still has at least one great film left in him 2. Johnny Depp is more then just a actor who, can just do funny voices and walks 3. Danny Elfman has one more original score left to write Everything in Burtons Alice we have seen before, from HBC lift of Miranda Richardsons Qunnie from BlackAdder to Johnny Depps quirky Hatter, which is just a more absent minded and quieter Jack Sparrow. Its bereft of any originality and the Alice story has been better told by others with smaller budgets and a lesser cast. But its still Burtons best work in years

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    Tim Burton!! Disney!! I loved it =)

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    a noble effort but i'm bloody bored of the burton/carter/depp/elfman formula. enjoyed stephen fry as the cheshire cat and michael sheen as the white rabbit mind!

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    This is an enjoyable film that pays reasonable reverence to Carroll’s stories. It is well directed and well acted, especially by Helena Bonham-Carter as the Red Queen. The film’s classification warns that some scenes are scary, but Burton has never directed a movie where that was not so. Many scenes are dark and weird and will worry young children. Parents should accompany their children to the movie so that they can monitor the effects on their children of what they see and think - SCJ

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