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
Classic Tim Burton with great acting. Everyone in this movie looked like they were having so much fun doing it and it showed. We saw this in Digital 3d and to be honest the 3d may not even have been needed. It looks like digital screening of this would suffice. It would be a wonderful visual feast.
- jmanard52, Friday, March 5, 2010
This movie sucked. It was crap. I didn't care at all about what was happening or any of the characters. I hated it. Tim Burton should have done better and people who rate this 5 stars is insane, I know it's your own opinion but this really isn't a great movie. Grade: D
- bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1, Sunday, November 7, 2010
I thought this was a fun movie. Although watching it I was more interested in how Tim Burton was going to reinvent Alice in Wonderland as opposed to finding out the actual story. Whenever I am faced with a remake or adaptation, I always wonder to myself how it compares to the original, what parts from the original were used and what was not. I'm a big fan of keeping continuity as close to the original story as much as possible, but this was an interesting take on the story in its own right. It was fun to watch, the acting was well done and the effects were used well. Although Johnny Depp is one of the most diverse actors out there today; I sort of felt this character to be annoying. He was as good an actor as ever, but I found the Mat Hatter character just was written in a poor manner. It's worth seeing for sure, but I'm sure you already have.
- FireStormStudios, Wednesday, October 13, 2010