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Alice in Wonderland (2010) Review
Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland feels more like a tired retread rather than a revisionist retelling or inspired remake. Burton's trademark visual style aside, the newest Alice story doesn't go too far off the beaten path putting her against familiar foes in a drearier setting while confronting her most stubborn enemy -- herself. It's a... Continue Reading →
Lost in the Rabbit Hole — Alice in Wonderland Review
A young woman with great expectations, Alice (Mia Wasikowska) finds herself at her own engagement party. Unhappy with the circumstances of marriage suddenly placed onto her timid shoulders, she treks through the garden and follows a white rabbit into Underland, a familiar place she's visited in recurring dreams. Once there, the curious inhabitants wonder whether... Continue Reading →