Alice In Wonderland: Tim Burton Edition

Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by valkyrie, Mar 22, 2010.

  1. valkyrie

    valkyrie Well-Known Member

    Saw the 3D this last weekend. Not too big of a crowd like Avatar. Visually beautiful and interesting twist.

    Alice In Wonderland 2010
     
  2. MrBishop

    MrBishop Well-Known Member

    It's older Alice...more of a return to wonderland story, right?
     
  3. GrandCaravanSE

    GrandCaravanSE Active Member

    Yea pretty much. it was quite good. i missed Avitar so i went to see this, mainly for the 3D. and i really liked the movie. in some parts i could not believe it was a Disney movie. I really liked it, even though i got crap from my friends for seeing it.
     
  4. MrBishop

    MrBishop Well-Known Member

    Avatar'll be back on screens in 3d soon.
     
  5. Professur

    Professur Well-Known Member

    Any tits?
     
  6. MrBishop

    MrBishop Well-Known Member

    In Avatar..yes, but they're small.
     
  7. valkyrie

    valkyrie Well-Known Member

    Yes, it's a young adult Alice revisiting Wonderland after the Queen of Hearts has taken over.
    Totally Tim Burton style and not much Disney. You got that right! Which is why I liked it. Loved the severed heads in the moat scene.
     
  8. GrandCaravanSE

    GrandCaravanSE Active Member

    Yea, of the head of that dragon thing getting cut off. In my mind it is not for some kids to see.
     
  9. valkyrie

    valkyrie Well-Known Member

    There should have been more blood. I'm just sayin'... shoulda been more blood.
     
  10. Gotholic

    Gotholic Well-Known Member

    Would this movie be considered the sequel to the original cartoon?
     
  11. spike

    spike New Member

    That was the idea I got as they kept referring to when she was there the last time.
     
  12. valkyrie

    valkyrie Well-Known Member

    Alice is "grown up" (a young woman) when she returns and there is a scene with flash backs to when she was a child on her previous visit, having tea with the Mad Hatter.
     

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