She is treated rudely, bullied, asked questions that have no answers, and denied answers to her own questions.
She was just a little girl back then — a mad, little girl plagued by a nightmare. Now, almost 20, Alice finds herself thrust headfirst into adulthood yet continues to have the same dream for as long as she can remember.
What would it be like to fly? What if women wore trousers and men wore dresses? Or the fact that wearing a corset is similar to wearing a codfish on your head. The pairing of Tim Burton and Johnny Depp, whether you love it or hate it, has resulted in some fairly creative and successful works.
To be blunt, beautifully. The way Burton went about the subject matter is probably the best way to go. Beheadings are common, the monsters like the Bandersnatch and the Jabberwocky are gruesome, and the Dormouse has a thing about stabbing creatures in the eye.
The bizarre thing is that the secondary characters seem to be more interesting than the primary ones. However, some characters seemed to be lacking interest The White Queen or enthusiasm Alice while secondary characters would fill that gap, so it seemed to balance out in the end.
One of them was the addition of Bayard the Bloodhound whom Alice rides across Wonderland. What the hell was that? It was like if Regan from The Exorcist decided to start river dancing during a rather serious seizure. The Mad Hatter and the tea party scene, especially. Every other character was perfectly audible, the music was booming, and the battle scenes were exceptionally loud.
Critical Movie Critic Rating:As the creatures of Wonderland debate whether this Alice (Mia Wasikowska) is the “right Alice” that is destined to kill the Jabberwocky and end the Red Queen’s reign, Alice struggles with trying to wake up from this very realistic dream.
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland presents a world in which everything, including Alice’s own body size, is in a state of flux. She is treated rudely, bullied, asked questions that have no. Mar 03, · As a young reader, I found Alice in Wonderland creepy and rather distasteful.
Alice's adventures played like a series of encounters with characters whose purpose was to tease, puzzle and torment her. Alice's adventures played like a series of encounters with characters whose purpose was to tease, puzzle and torment her.3/5.
Critical Reception Alice's Adventures in Wonderland was well received from the outset. The collaboration between Carroll and John Tenniel, the illustrator of Alice, was an enormous success, and the demand for the book exceeded all expectations.
Alice in Wonderland was loosely based on Lewis Carroll’s classic stories Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There.
Be . This review is for the Millenium Publications edition of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, which is a shameless rip-off.