Everything visual is well appointed with lavish detail. I suppose she's just as upset to have such a lifeless young girl in her land. But this just didn't do it for me. She soon learns that the hat that the Mad Hatter made when he was a child and which he thought his father casually threw away was actually treasured by his father. Arriving in a strange and surreal place called 'Underland,' she finds herself in a world that resembles the nightmares she had as a child, filled with talking animals, villainous queens and knights, and frumious bandersnatches. Alice realizes that she is there for a reason--to conquer the horrific Jabberwocky and restore the rightful queen to her throne.
Alice follows, leading her to all manner of discoveries, characters and adventures. Alice realizes that she is there for a reason--to conquer the horrific Jabberwocky and restore the rightful queen to her throne. However, this bloated mess is sure to rank in hundreds of millions of dollars, but it tugs at our wallets rather than our hearts. The film tells the story about Alice coming across a magical looking glass that takes her back to Underland and finds that the Mad Hatter is acting madder than usual and wants to discover the truth about his family. Meanwhile, she meets the White Queen and the Red Queen as sisters.
More amusing are Helena Bonham Carter and Crispin Glover, the latter of whom you wouldn't recognize. Alice is then confronted by a weakened Time, scolding her for putting all of time in danger. Alice prevents that collision but fails to change the past, as Iracebeth trips and slams her head into a stone wall instead. Despite some pretty nifty visuals, and jaw dropping set pieces, I found the movie to be incredibly dull, flat, and utterly full of itself. I was able to catch a prescreening of Alice in Wonderland tonight on March 2nd. Where the visuals triumph, the story lacks.
The Red Queen was in power this whole time and they seem to be in good shape, but when Alice gets there the queen challenges them. I can't tell you that his character, The Mad Hatter, is an original. She follows him through the forest. At her engagement party, she escapes the crowd to consider whether to go through with the marriage and falls down a hole in the garden after spotting an unusual rabbit. With the Hatter he has carte blanche to do anything, anything at all, and somehow be considered in character. By the time the Mad Hatter and Alice get there, the Red Queen and Iracebeth have seen each other.
Time becomes irrelevant, and Underland begins to freeze. Turns out this is the famous Alice who 13 years earlier ventured in to Wonderland. Alice realizes that she is there for a reason--to conquer the horrific Jabberwocky and restore the rightful queen to her throne. It is loosely based on Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll and is the sequel to the 2010 film Alice in Wonderland. The Red Queen urges Time to go after Alice to find the Chronosphere so she can get even with her sister, the White Queen.
At her engagement party, she escapes the crowd to consider whether to go through with the marriage and falls down a hole in the garden after spotting an unusual rabbit. Fantasy Alice, an unpretentious and individual 19-year-old, is betrothed to a dunce of an English nobleman. Adventure, Family, Fantasy 2010 Year 108 Mins 6. The film stars Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, Mia Wasikowska, Rhys Ifans, Matt Lucas, Helena Bonham Carter and Sacha Baron Cohen, and features the voices of Stephen Fry, Michael Sheen, Timothy Spall and Alan Rickman, in his final film role. This causes Iracebeth to melt down.
She sees giant creatures, she shrinks, flies on a hat, all without a yelp. Not that this isn't an enjoyable experience in itself, and as seen in the vast Screen 1 at the Empire it is at times breathtakingly pretty. She runs into a nearby mirror back in the real world, where she wakes up in a mental hospital, diagnosed with female hysteria. If you have kids, I'm sure it'll be better than 90% of the dross that passes for family films now. For a girl who can't remember anything, Alice is never surprised. Alice the stone faced, newcomer Mia Wasisoska whose acting is limited to mildly concerned, mildly puzzled, and mildly agitated flees from an arranged marriage proposal from a wealthy lord. You pay the man and he'll do his thing.
She follows a curious white rabbit and tumbles down a hole into Underland, referred to as Wonderland by Alice. Alice sees that Iracebeth is about to run into a clock, the event that deforms her head and personality. I for one am disenchanted. It doesn't matter that he's periodically possessed by a Scotsmanhe's in character and he's Johnny Depp so it must be fantastic, right? I can't tell you how stupid this movie made me feel. It's a scary thought, but I hope that Burton's best work isn't behind him.
Alice Kingsley Mia Wasikowska is, unbeknownst to her, on her way to her engagement party. If your a fan of Burton's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, this movie is right up your ally. Alice in Wonderland 2010 Subtitles Alice, an unpretentious and individual 19-year-old, is betrothed to a dunce of an English nobleman. The proposed 'sequel' to Alice in Wonderland is literally a rehash of most of the finer points of the original, except a lot more Johnny Depp- a character who the audience is supposed to sympathize with and root for, but who i found a bit annoying and tiresome after awhile. She finds learning poems and listening to literature boring. Alice realizes that she is there for a reason--to conquer the horrific Jabberwocky and restore the rightful queen to her throne.
If you've seen anything at all on this movie, then the strengths are obvious. The plot is fairly simple. She prefers stories with pictures and to live inside her imagination. Her father deems her emotionally unqualified to rule and passes the title of queen to her younger sister Mirana of Marmoreal, the White Queen. Hamish gets the ship but not the Kingsleigh family home. Alice is greeted by the White Queen, the White Rabbit, the Tweedles, the Dormouse, the March Hare, Bayard, and the Cheshire Cat. Synopsis Alice, an unpretentious and individual 19-year-old, is betrothed to a dunce of an English nobleman.