First of all: This is not mine, this is an opinion article that I found in Live Journal and "princessatta" wrote it... Please read, it`s very interesting
Sometimes there are ships which defy all logic and are nonsensical. They transcend all time and translation. Or, in the case of Alice Kingsleigh and Tarrant Hightopp of Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, Time is killed altogether so that the ship can have a chance! Welcome to the ship that is Hatter/Alice (or Halice).
Did you know...?
The meanings of the characters in Alice in Wonderland? I mean, in many cases, the characters are not just casual, Lewis Carroll was trying to had a point.
Well I have some for you...
The white rabbit
Alice finds a talking rabbit that has a watch is its waistcoat, Isn´t it the best way of represent the time and how it controls everything?
The blue caterpillar
Alice finds a blue caterpillar that is smoking a big pipe. This represents the opium, a common drug in Victorian England.
THis is the official Alice in Wonderland Prayer, yeah I was bored.
Our father who art in Wonderland
Hallowed be thy name
Thy revolution will come
on earth as it is in underland
give us our daily cup of tea
and forgive us our madness
as we forgive those with madness bigger than the Mad Hatter
Save us from the Red Queen
and deliver us from riddles
for Alice, Mad Hatter, Red Queen now and forever
I guess that’s why I hear bumble bees and geckos talking to me, and not about allergies or how to save money on my car insurance.
You see my dad and my mom is traveling the world for fun. My dad got me some teachers just for me so I won’t have to be in school with the normal kids. But I think it would be fun. I could have real friends instead of no one. Also I could also see some real doctors about some of the things that I think of. They are strange. My fathers doctors say that I am perfectly fine, don’t worry, mentally...
to watch the Behind the scenes clip.
(About the behind the scenes clip)
Let me be clear: I really enjoyed Tim Burton's take on "Alice in Wonderland." The story delivered a worthwhile continuation of Disney's original animated film while sticking to the twistedly whimsical spirit Lewis Carroll's classic book. A lot of folks felt the same way.
Being this the first FOTM interview in this spot I want to thank each and everyone of you that voted! I want to thank Juliana_House for answering the message I sent her so quickly!
I hope you all enjoy this interview and I want to give congrats to Juliana_House for winning the pick:)
1. First of all, when and how did you find out about "Alice in Wonderland" Tim Burton's version?
I heard about it the day it was announced 3 years ago on OhJohnny.net (one of the best Johnny Depp websites ever), and I fell off my chair...
PRNewsWire.com (link ) has the official press release from the Walt Disney Co. concerning the DVD and Blu-ray releases of Alice in Wonderland. The film will be available to purchase on June 1st, 2010, but will not yet be available to view in 3D on your home television sets. But, like Avatar, and with the advancement of 3D televisions, a 3D version will likely be available in the near future.