Alice in Wonderland

2010

Alice in Wonderland

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Tim Burton's Alice sacrifices the book's minimal narrative coherence -- and much of its heart -- but it's an undeniable visual treat.

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Nineteen-year-old Alice returns to the magical world from her childhood adventure, where she reunites with her old friends and learns of her true destiny: to end the Red Queen's reign of terror.

Cast

Johnny Depp
as The Mad Hatter
Anne Hathaway
as White Queen
Matt Lucas
as TweedleDee/TweedleDum
Jemma Powell
as Margaret Kingsleigh
Tim Pigott-Smith
as Lord Ascot
Michael Sheen
as White Rabbit
Stephen Fry
as Cheshire Cat
Alan Rickman
as Blue Caterpillar
Paul Whitehouse
as March Hare
Marton Csokas
as Charles Kingsleigh
John Surman
as Colleague #1
Peter Mattinson
as Colleage #2
Lindsay Duncan
as Helen Kingsleigh
Geraldine James
as Lady Ascot
Leo Bill
as Hamish
Frances de la Tour
as Aunt Imogene
Eleanor Gecks
as Faith Chattaway
Eleanor Tomlinson
as Fiona Chattaway
Rebecca Crookshank
as Strange Woman Kisser
Michael Gough
as Dodo Brid
Imelda Staunton
as Tall Flower Faces
Christopher Lee
as Jabberwocky
Mairie Ella Challen
as 6-Year-Old Alice
Holly Hawkins
as Woman With Large Nose
Lucy Davenport
as Woman With Big Ears
Joel Swetow
as Man With Large Belly
Jessica Oyelowo
as Woman With Large Poitrine
Ethan Cohn
as Man With Large Chin
Richard Alonzo
as Man With Big Forehead
Harry Taylor
as Ship Captain
Jim Carter
as Executioner
Frank Welker
as Additional Voices
Chris Grabher
as Hightop Hat Juggler
Caroline Royce
as Party Dancer
Bonnie Parker
as Party Dancer
Simone Sault
as Party Dancer
Leigh Daniels
as Party Dancer
Carl Walker
as Party Dancer
Matt Dempsey
as Party Dancer
Chris Grierson
as Party Dancer
Dale Mercer
as Party Dancer
David Lale
as Party Musician
John Bass
as Party Musician
Nicholas Levy
as Party Musician
Patrick Roberts
as Party Musician
Phillip Granell
as Party Musician
Stephen Giles
as Party Musician
Hilary Morris
as Maypole Dancer
Jacqueline Tribble
as White Queen Loyalist
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Critic Reviews for Alice in Wonderland

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Audience Reviews for Alice in Wonderland

  • Apr 20, 2016
    I think Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is genuinely one of the greatest stories ever told and its a shame to have seen Tim Burton slaughter it like he did. As always he puts his gothic spin on things which is great most of the time, but in this case its really not great at all because I don't think Wonderland has room for a gothic spin. He retains most of the whimsy and colour, but dabbles in a different corner of surrealism that isn't fit for the story and it ruins it. There's no heart or excitement whatsoever and some of it is just bizarre, and not in a good way.
    Harry W Super Reviewer
  • Apr 10, 2016
    This is one of the few later Tim Burton movies that I actually like. Tim Burton really hasn't impressed me in the later years and I think that his movies like "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," "Planet of the Apes" and "Big Fish" failed big. This is a movie based on one of my favorite novels and I must say, that I really enjoy this movie. The direction by Tim Burton is pretty good in the movie and the fact that he has a lot of great visual effects and a pretty well-written story is really something that I have missed for a lot time. I think that Mia Wasikowska is a really good casting choice and she does a wonderful job as Alice and is really lovable in the movie. Helena Bonham Carter is the thing that - no matter how you felt about the movie - you will leave enjoying, because she is so great and so funny as The Red Queen. Mixed reviews have been given to Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter, but I personally enjoyed his performance and that is something that I haven't done since his performance in the third "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie.
    Lasse G Super Reviewer
  • Mar 28, 2016
    While it may not be Tim Burton's best in the slightest, Alice in Wonderland still has enough visual splendor and a great Johnny Depp performance to make up for it's narrative flaws and inconsistent scripting.
    Matthew M Super Reviewer
  • Sep 02, 2012
    I liked the plot. The movie made more sense than Lewis Carroll's book. I didn't mind the computer graphics or the acting.
    Red L Super Reviewer

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