|Alice in Wonderland by Tim Burton|
'Take some more tea,' the March Hare said to Alice, very earnestly. 'I've had nothing yet,' Alice replied in an offended tone, 'so I can't take more.' 'You mean you can't take LESS,' said the Hatter: 'it's very easy to take MORE than nothing.
Disney’ s Classic by Filmcritic
For the uninitiated, Disney’s musical rendition takes young Alice on a whirlwindturbinosa ride down a rabbit hole and into a surreal fantasy land where cats vanishsvaniscono, hareslepri have intense schedules, and the world is ruled by a playing card. Remarkably, Alice takes all this in her stride; whether potions
Disney’ s Classic by Empire online
Lewis Carroll's episodic fantasy stories have been translated to the screen more than 20 times, but Disney's animated version arguablyprovatamente remains the best, perhaps because a cartoon is the ideal way to bring such quirkystrani, eccentrici characters to life. Uncle Walt had a mind to adapt Carroll as far back as 1933, envisioningimmaginandosi silent star Mary Pickford in the role of a live-action feature,
First look on Tim Burton’s film
"It has been Burton-ized" is how producer Richard Zanuck describes the director's vision of the Lewis Carroll classic. Many elements are familiar, from the enigmatic Caterpillar (Alan Rickman) to the fierceferoce Jabberwock (Christopher Lee). But none has been presented in this sort of visually surreal fashion. "We finished shooting in December after only 40 days," Zanuck says. Now the live action is being mergedunita with Computer Graphic animation and motion-capture creatures, and then transferred into 3-D.
Mad About the Hatter
By the looks of the trailer, the CGI work on the film is satisfyingly vivid and hyper-real. Depp seems to have adopted the campaffettato mannerisms of a certain Captain Jack Sparrow, but shiftedha cambiato his accent from cockneyintonazione dell’est end di Londra seadoglupo di mare territory towards something rather more eccentrically upper class. It should be remembered, of course, that the actor is more than capable of fouling up an otherwise perfectly decent movie with an unnecessarily eccentric performance.After the huge success of Batman (1989), Tim Burton might have gone the route of Hollywood action director, churningsfornando through every iconic American superhero. Instead, he has spent the last 20 years on his own candy-colored, cobwebbyintricato, a ragnatela path, inventing heartbreakingly peculiar heroes (Edward Scissorhands) and giving a macabre edge to children’s classics (Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory). It would seem inevitable that one day he’d take on Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, last seen on film in the bland animated Disney version of 1951. Fifty-eight years later, the Cheshire Cat and the Red Queen were begging to be reimagined by the living master
of cheeky Gothgotico sfacciato.
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