Friday, March 5, 2010

REVIEW: Alice In Wonderland In Disney Digital 3D

Alice In Wonderland

Mia Wasikowska,
Johnny Depp


March 5, 2010

Tim Burton

Walt Disney Pictures

1 hour 49 minutes




If you enjoy Tim Burton, Johnny Depp, and 3D spectacles, then Alice In Wonderland is the perfect meal for dinner. Alice In Wonderland is about Alice, who is 19 years old, about to get married, and is having a miserable life. On the day of her proposal, Alice stumbles upon the infamous rabbit hole and falls down to Wonderland once again. Everyone seems to remember her, but Alice doesn't remember Wonderland at all since she hasn't been there in 13 years (in their time period.) Alice then learns that she must defeat the Red Queen, who has taken over Wonderland after Alice left and restore peace to this magical land. This film is filled with magic, humor, and action that should satisfy anyone's movie craving during the weekend. The only thing that kids couldn't handle is that there are some scary sequences involving dragons, dog like creatures, and many other things that kids may not like, especially in 3D. Also, Alice feels as if she is being forced to do everything and never have decisions for herself. But what I really enjoyed about this film is the story. Tim Burton sure knows how to take a story and make it an original. Also, the performances of Mia Wasilkowska, Johnny Depp, and Helena Bohamn Carter were stellar, as the performances were both funny and charming.Plus, the visual effects were very cool to watch, especially in 3D. To tell you the truth, if you saw this film in Disney Digital 3D or IMAX 3D, you'd see that the difference is only a four story screen and a loud surround sound. But still, this is a must see in 3D, mainly because once you put on those glasses and see the opening Walt Disney Pictures logo, the film will absorb you in and make you feel as if you just stepped into Wonderland with Alice. So basically, go and see Alice In Wonderland in 3D, whether it's for Disney, Johnny Depp, or Tim Burton. You will FALL into it's magical 3D rabbit hole and come out loving it, believe me.


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