Alice in Wonderland


Action / Adventure / Family / Fantasy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 51%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 55%
IMDb Rating 6.4 10 384335

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Helena Bonham Carter as Red Queen
Eleanor Tomlinson as Fiona Chattaway
Annalise Basso as Maypole Dancer
Alan Rickman as Blue Caterpillar
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ma-cortes 6 / 10

Fantasy , imagination and adventures is this peculiar version based on Lewis Carrol tale

Tim Burton film version of Lewis Carroll's classic proves the special slickness of director to create weird worlds and strange characters . Alice (Mia Wasikowska)is 19-year-old and doesn't remember nothing about her former visit on Wonderland happened 10 years ago . Then she returns to the magical world from her childhood adventure, where she reunites with her old friends as Mad Hatter (Jhnny Depp), White Rabbit (voice of Michael Sheen), Chesshie Cat (Stephen Fry), Blue Caterpillar (voice of Alan Rickman) and learns of her true destiny: to end the Red Queen's (Helena Bonham Carter)reign of terror who helped by Knave of Hearts (Crispin Glover) is fighting her sister White Queen (Anne Hathaway)for the kingdom.

Moving rendering of Lewis Carroll classic with gimmick of blending live action and computer generator puppets and 3D animation . Riveting for its casting , but overall , roller-coaster spectacle. Most of the charm and wit remains from original story in this particular version . It results to be an amusing of somewhat aloof , storytelling of children classic with a magnificent three-dimensional visual effects team at its best bring to life the following : the Cheshire cat , Blue caterpillar, the Queen of hearts, March Hare , Tweedledum and many others. Breathtaking array of technical effects with impressive set pieces illuminate the Alice's full-blown adventures. The amazing plot is pure entertainment and with interesting screenplay based on characters created by Lewis Carroll , though here Alice acts as a heroine who combats dragons , monsters and of course the evil Queen of Hearts . Episodic characters as Mad Hatter and Queen of Hearts are given major boost by strong personalities from Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter . Spectacular final battle full of action , groundbreaking frames and fabulous fights . Overwhelming production design , though full of digital effects with impressive scenes and portentous images . Stirring musical score fitting perfectly to story by Danny Elfman and colorful cinematography by Dariusz Wolski . The motion picture lavishly financed by veteran producer Daryl F. Zanuck is originally directed by Tim Burton in his exceptional style. Rating : 6,5 acceptable rendition .

Other take on based on this vintage tale are the following : 1933 by Norman Z McLeod with Gary Cooper , Edward Everett Horton and Jack Oakie ; 1950 by Dallas Bower with Carol Marsh , Pamela Brown and Felix Aylmer ; 1951 by Walt Disney directed by Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luke with voices of Sterling Holloway , Ed Wynn and Richard Haydn ; 1972 by William Sterling with Fiona Fullerton, Peter Sellers , Dudley Moore and Michael Crawford and TV version with Tina Majorino and Woopy Goldberg .

Reviewed by Red-Barracuda 3 / 10

Treading water in Wonderland

Sometimes I think that I should like Tim Burton movies more than I do. Don't get me wrong, the man has made some excellent films, such as the masterful Ed Wood. But all too often, despite an agreeable tendency towards visual flamboyance, I leave his films feeling somewhat underwhelmed. Alice in Wonderland is a case in point. It's a movie where CGI effects rule the day. But the trouble is that the true weirdness that is at the heart of this story is not captured at all with all the computer-generated imagery on-screen. Sure it's very efficient and well-designed but like CGI in general, it's far too polished to really strike a chord and convince. There is a distinct lack of wonder in this Wonderland. The otherworldly weirdness is dissipated too by the use of overly-familiar voices to give life to the various denizens of this world, we are left thinking 'Oh that's Stephen Fry, hey isn't that Alan Rickman, I'm sure that's Christopher Lee and isn't that the bloke from Little Britain, etc'. It consistently takes us out of the movie and grounds the characters in a way that is just counter-productive. We want weirdness from an Alice in Wonderland film, not slick CGI and famous voice-over actors.

There is also a dangerously cosy predictability at play here too. Tim Burton, Johnny Depp, Danny Elfman – they say familiarity breeds contempt, well that's a bit strong but it IS seriously lacking in surprises and you cannot help think that all three individually talented men could do with taking a break from each other for the good of their careers. Depp's Mad Hatter is pretty uninspired by his standards, while Burton's visuals and Elfman's music are nice but ultimately completely forgettable. I found it very difficult to care for any of the characters in this film, and that is never a good thing. It also meant that the conclusion came across as deeply trite, as we have been given nothing to empathize with. We don't know or have any interest in these characters, so when Alice goes around her extended family one by one imparting her new knowledge onto them, it means nothing. It also doesn't help that the journey to Wonderland has made absolutely no difference at all to the title character's state of mind – at the beginning she does not want to get married to the upper-class chump and at the end she does not want to get married to the upper-class chump. So you are left wondering what exactly was the point?

I saw this in 3D and if there is one thing that this film has taught me it's that I am done with this 'new and improved' technology. I sensed it was a gimmick even before I watched Avatar; now I am certain. A bad film is a bad film, and no amount of extra visual depth is going to change that one iota. It's all surface-veneer, and really that's this movie's ultimate problem, there is nothing of interest within the CGI/3D. A great shame, as the source material is undeniably compelling.

I realize that I am almost done here but I have not even mentioned the worst thing about the film. What was it? It was when the Mad Hatter and then, subsequently, Alice do a truly cringe-worthy little dance near the end of the film. I couldn't believe what I was seeing. I half-expected Britain's Got Talent winners Diversity to pop up in a cameo appearance at this stage and join in with some urban street dancing manoeuvres. That didn't happen. And that is, at least, one saving grace.

Reviewed by Paul Kydd 7 / 10

Alice in Wonderland ***½ (7/10)

Available on Blu-ray Disc (Region B)

USA 2010 English (Colour); Family/Fantasy/Adventure/Animation (Walt Disney/Roth/Team Todd/Zanuck); 109 minutes (PG certificate)

Crew includes: Tim Burton (Director); Linda Woolverton (Screenwriter, adapting Novels ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND and THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS, AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THERE by Lewis Carroll *** [6/10]); Richard D. Zanuck, Suzanne Todd, Jennifer Todd, Joe Roth (Producers); Peter Tobyansen, Chris Lebenzon (Executive Producers); Dariusz Wolski (Cinematographer); Robert Stromberg (Production Designer); Chris Lebenzon (Editor); Danny Elfman (Composer)

Cast includes: Johnny Depp (Mad Hatter), Mia Wasikowska (Alice Kingsleigh), Helena Bonham Carter (Red Queen), Anne Hathaway (White Queen), Crispin Glover (Stayne, Knave of Hearts), Matt Lucas (Tweedledee/Tweedledum), Marton Csokas (Charles Kingsleigh), Tim Pigott-Smith (Lord Ascot), Lindsay Duncan (Helen Kingsleigh), Geraldine James (Lady Ascot), Frances de la Tour (Aunt Imogene); Voices include: Michael Sheen (White Rabbit), Stephen Fry (Cheshire Cat), Alan Rickman (Blue Caterpillar), Barbara Windsor (Dormouse), Paul Whitehouse (March Hare), Timothy Spall (Bayard), Michael Gough (Dodo Bird), Imelda Staunton (Tall Flower Faces), Christopher Lee (Jabberwocky), Jim Carter (Executioner)

Academy Awards (2): Art Direction-Set Decoration, Costume Design (Colleen Atwood); Academy Award nomination: Visual Effects; BAFTA Awards (2): Costume Design (Atwood), Makeup/Hair; BAFTA nominations (3): Production Design, Film Music, Visual Effects; Golden Globe nominations (3): Picture - Musical/Comedy, Actor - Musical/Comedy (Depp), Original Score

"You're invited to a very important date March 2010."

A 19-year-old dreamer (Wasikowska), about to get engaged, catches sight of a white rabbit in a waistcoat (Sheen), follows it down a rabbit hole, and (re-)encounters strange creatures from the fantasy world of Underland, where she ventures on a hazardous journey to slay a savage beast, rediscover her "muchness," and find her lot in life.

Truly a distinctive Burton endeavour (far more so than a fused reworking of Carroll's Wonderland books), with a more cohesive narrative, eye-popping visuals, and exceedingly weird characterisations.

Wasikowska is an extremely likeable heroine, big-headed Bonham Carter is clearly having a ball, and then there is the inevitable presence of an absurdly made-up (and voiced) Depp.

Blu-ray Extras: Featurettes. **½ (5/10)

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