Alice in Wonderland (2010)
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All-new 3-D Alice story is trippy and intense.
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Fresh: Burton, bless him, knows you can't CG a soul.
- David Edelstein, New York Magazine, Thursday, June 24, 2010
I was deeply excited for this movie when it came out. I mean, who wasn't? Tim Burton and Johnny Depp team-ups never dissapoint....well, until now, at least. I love "Alice in Wonderland", but not this version, obviously. Tim Burton tried too hard, I think. And his dark themes just didn't fit this story in any way. Plus: Where is the story? There isn't one. Well, its a failed attempt at a story. Its there....just lacked in so many ways. Tim Burton goes out of his way to make something great. Fancy visuals, big action sequences, but, he doesn't seem to notice that he failed at making a good story to keep us all interested. Okay, so Alice, at 19, returns to Wonderland oh, in this movie they call it "Underland"] and there she must defeat the, uhhhhhh, I forget the name of the monster-thing, we'll call it "The Monster", well, if she defeats it then the Red Queen will fall in power. Ehhhhhhhhhhhhh. Nothing special there at all considering it takes over an hour and twenty minutes for all that to really pick up into the story. Oh, and as for Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter.....that was just wasted talent. The Mad Hatter is probably the most pointless character this film has to offer. The Hatter was of course a joy in the original story, but in this, just Tim Burton going out of his way to make a creepy version.
- TheCuckooBird, Thursday, August 5, 2010
Not what we expect from Tim Burton.Characters are more impressive than the storyline itself.
- Alireza64ir, Friday, August 6, 2010