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Alice in Wonderland

Alice In Wonderland

U | Adventure
Release Date : 2010 (India)
12 Mar 2010 (WorldWide)
Director : Tim Burton
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Alice in Wonderland is a fantasy film directed by Tim Burton. An extension on Lewis Carroll's original story, Alice, now 19, attends a party at a Victorian estate only to find she is about to be proposed to by a rich suitor in front of hundreds of snooty society types.

She runs off, following a white rabbit into a hole and ending up in Wonderland, a place she visited many years before, yet she doesn't remember.

The White Rabbit claims to have come back for Alice because she is the only one who can slay the Jabberwock, the beast who guards the Red Queen's empire.

Since Alice left, the Red Queen took over all of Wonderland, and made life great for her, while ruining everyone else's life. Alice remains completely unaware of why she is in Wonderland, and is...
Director Tim Burton
Story NA
Screenplay NA
Dialogue NA
Cinematography NA
Music Danny Elfman
Producer Tim Burton, Joe Roth, Jennifer Todd, Suzanne Todd, Richard D. Zanuck
Production Company NA
Distributer NA
Music Label NA
Lyrics NA
Singers NA
Art Direction NA
Stunt Choreography NA
Dance Choreography NA
Costume Design NA
Budget TBA
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  • filmibeat.com
    This quasi-sequel to the original Alice in Wonderland novel concerns a 20-year-old Alice (a terrifically low-key and deviously seductive Mia Wasikowska), on the precipice of accepting an unwanted engagement to a connected young-gentleman.

  • days ago
    Nearly a century and a half after Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland first acquainted readers with the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, and the rest of the peculiar inhabitants of author Lewis Carroll’s fertile imagination, filmmaking technology has finally developed the tools capable of properly rendering Carroll's exquisitely twisted world on the big screen. And who better to oversee the translation than Tim Burton, Hollywood’s foremost mass-market purveyor of dark, quirky fantasy? If there’s any director working today who can lay claim to Carroll’s creative inheritance, surely it is him. His creation, Alice in Wonderland, is fashioned not as an adaptation of Carroll’s two Alice-centered books but rather a kind of sequel to them, its titular heroine (Mia Wasikowska) redrawn as the mischievous 19-year-old daughter of English aristocrats. Given more to chasing small animals than attending society functions, Alice is the kind of adventurous, free-thinking Victorian renegade who thinks nothing of drinking suspicious beverages found at the bottom of rabbit holes. If only she were more interesting. Burton’s Alice isn’t so much a character as she is a tour guide, leading us through the director’s $150 million museum of digital delights. Virtually everything on display in the film, from the giant mushrooms of the Underland forest to the bulging eyes of Johnny Depp’s (literally) mercurial Hatter, wa
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