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Critic Reviews for Alice
Caterina Scorsone plays Alice with a nice balance of determination, skepticism, and open-mindedness.
In pursuit of political correctness we get an Alice who beats up a knife-toting pirate after first warning him, "Don't even think about it, buddy!"
You're left with a woman whose main quest is unsuccessful, and a movie that's glum, long and devoid of any sense of wonder.
Once the situation is explained and we have met most of the major characters, the story becomes increasingly engaging.
If there's one thing you can count on SyFy for, it's cheesy made-for-TV movies and miniseries events that try to hide that cheese under several layers of affected darkness.
Audience Reviews for Alice
Although there are a few clever re-inventions, for the most part the premise is just silly. And not in the fun, Lewis Carroll off-kilter wack-ado way; it's silly in an embarrassing, childish way. The plot seems all the worse because of the sub-par acting; or in the case of Bates and Curry, the atrocious over-acting. Matt Frewer is perhaps the best casted, but his storyline is also the most pointless to the overall plot.
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