Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland

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UK Cinema release
March 5th 2009
UK DVD release
June 4th 2010
UK Blu-ray release
June 4th 2010

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    • sarcuk

      Jul 27th 2009, 19:05

      Is it just me or does anyone else think that the picture of Depp as the Mad Hatter looks like an evil Elijah Wood who's done to much lsd?

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    • ClockworkOwen17

      Jul 27th 2009, 20:36

      I cant wait for this! That trailer REALLY is a teaser, never has 2010 seemed so far away.

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    • begbie

      Mar 8th 2010, 0:34

      being a huge tim burton and johnny depp fan i left the cinema feeling flat and dissapointed. although a typically visually stunning and eccentric peice of work from burton the film didnt have any climactic moments and was not so much predictable as a little deflated.

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    • darko100

      Apr 15th 2010, 17:01

      After 20 minutes of car adverts and some s**te 3D trailers (How to train your Dragon aside although the title is nob) I felt the despair of this film hit me like an over priced, over greasy frankfurter slapping me across the face. Johnny Depp has been a b***r since Fear and Loathing and Tim Burton is like a 14 year old fat goth girl that buys those big platform shoes. Throw both of them into Camden and thats fine, but hobo-me-this, why make this film its been done before? Johnny Depps Scottish accent/monologues do save the film from complete frankfurtilisation across the face-age but only because it reminded me of 'Tourettes - The Highlights' (youtube it). Watch the Disney cartoon version (get p****d to experience the 3D effect) save your money for one of the 20 cars advertised before the film begins 2/5 Stars - 1 star for the Scottish accent and 1 star for the car adverts, I liked the funky music.

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    • darko100

      Apr 15th 2010, 17:01

      After 20 minutes of car adverts and some s**te 3D trailers (How to train your Dragon aside although the title is nob) I felt the despair of this film hit me like an over priced, over greasy frankfurter slapping me across the face. Johnny Depp has been a b***r since Fear and Loathing and Tim Burton is like a 14 year old fat goth girl that buys those big platform shoes. Throw both of them into Camden and thats fine, but hobo-me-this, why make this film its been done before? Johnny Depps Scottish accent/monologues do save the film from complete frankfurtilisation across the face-age but only because it reminded me of 'Tourettes - The Highlights' (youtube it). Watch the Disney cartoon version (get p****d to experience the 3D effect) save your money for one of the 20 cars advertised before the film begins 2/5 Stars - 1 star for the Scottish accent and 1 star for the car adverts, I liked the funky music.

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    • Matt164

      Apr 19th 2010, 21:50

      this film is strange but i think this is without a doubt the best Tim Burton film i have seen

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