Who's Wee Dug wrote:I loved it absolutley brilliant Depp was great an Oscar for sure next year for him,but the charactor who really cracked me up was the March Hare so funny I must get on DVD when it comes out.
What a great film.
michelanCello wrote:It was too much HolyWood for me... I mean, Depp and Helena Bonham Carter were brilliant, of course, but I expected some more from Tim Burton. I guess Disney didn't let his imagination fly free... as not to make it too scary for the little kids, maybe, or just to keep the home-movie feeling. Anyhow, I didn't like the girl playing Alice either. And the plot could have been better too.
And it didn't help much that I got a panic attack at the end and my mom had to call the ambulance... but that was the fault of 3D, not of Tim Burton, so that doesn't really count.
Jan Van Quirm wrote:Not 100% on that theory, but the 18 version wasn't in 3D at the cinema we went to, so we opted for 3D having enjoyed Avatar so much in that. Wrong choice as it turned out as 3D wasn't really needed so much.
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