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Opinion by Windrises posted over a year ago
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Alice is the protagonist of Alice in Wonderland. Disney has 2 different versions of Alice: the Alice from the animated film and the Alice from the live action films that had Johnny Depp.

The Disney Animated Alice Review:

Storyline: Alice is a female kid. She dreams that she's in a fictional place called Wonderland where she meets eccentric characters. Sadly this storyline isn't that interesting. She spends most of the film having conversations with the supporting characters. Although she is somewhat unique she gets kind of boring due to her not doing much more than reacting to the weird stuff that the supporting characters do.

Entertainment: Not much. She's more entertaining than most Disney girls, but she's kind of boring.

Coolness: She has a cool voice and somewhat cool personality. Plus she has a cat.

Looks: Her hair and costume look really cool.

The Disney Live Action Alice:

Storyline: Several people call this Alice bland which I don't agree with. This Alice is a young adult who is practically forced to marry a guy she doesn't love. However Alice stands up for herself and...
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Opinion by Windrises posted over a year ago
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Alice in Wonderland started off as Lewis Carroll's book franchise. Years later Alice in Wonderland films came out. This list is about my favorite film versions of my favorite book.

5. Alice in Wonderland (1999)

This is a television film. The film lacks a real plot and it's too long, but the casting saves the film. The cast has Gene Wilder, Christopher Lloyd, and Martin Short. Martin played the Hatter which was great casting. Martin was great enough to get this film to be worth watching.

4. The Care Bears in Wonderland

I'm not a Care Bears fan so me thinking this film is good seems odd, but please let me explain. This film has Colin Fox as the villain. Colin plays the villain in Atomic Betty so this film is basically a Wonderland/Betty film. It's a fanboy dream made into a film. A fanboy dream that nobody else would care about. I wouldn't call this a fantastic film, but it's really cool for me.

3. Alice in the Country of Hearts
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Opinion by Windrises posted over a year ago
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On the Disney fan club there was a countdown for the characters in the 1951 Disney animated film, Alice in Wonderland.


Here are the results:


10. the Red Queen

I thought the Red Queen was the most annoying character in the film and it seems like the fans thought so too.


9. the White Rabbit/Alice's sister

It seems like both of these characters were considered to be bland.


8. the Caterpillar

It seems like the Caterpillar doesn't have a very big fan base.


7. the King of Hearts/Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum

It seems like these characters were casually liked by the fan base.


6. the Cheshire Cat

It seems like the Cheshire Cat isn't quite as popular as I thought, but he still has fans.


5. the Dormouse

It seems like the fans quite enjoyed the antics of the Dormouse.
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Article by MasterOfFear posted over a year ago
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"Appreciating Lewis Carroll's Alice books does not require extensive knowledge of their historical setting and meaning. Their continuous popularity among large and varied audiences over the last 150 years shows its enduring accessibility." (Rackin,3)
Alice is like the bible, with many dedicated admirers and critics who have never read them readily accepting derived work as canonical truths. It is erroneous to assume that Alice is a completely random, plotless concoction of a drug-fueled imagination. Though immensely puzzling, the discursive, episodic books are full of logic games, riddles, and inside jokes, that may fly over people's heads. There have been over 50 films over the past 100 years based on Carrollian works, with ah handful being stand-alone Through the Looking Glass movies, with most based on the first book with quotes and references from Looking Glass peppered in to compensate for the absence or partial inclusion of the less-popular sequel. Changes are necessary and expected with a shift in medium, leading to preferable and regrettable results. Accurate or not, Alice-inspired works are an extension of the charm that has managed to keep people transfixed for...
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Fan fiction by Alice309181 posted over a year ago
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(Please enlarge the article to view the bottom image)It was a warm summer day. Alice was so tired of being driven to Wonderland that made her so tired and stupid. Wendy said: Alice? How are you?
Nothing. Just tired of Wonderland. So Alice... wanna go to Neverland? Well... If it would rain in their THEN I ought to. Well... Come grab my hand Alice!

Later... When they reached Neverland... Alice met Peter at first sight.

Peter said: Hey! Who's that Wendy? She's hot! UUUrrrgggghh.... Peter don't you know Alice? Oh. Alice. Lets go stroll down Neverland!

While on their way... they went to Skull Island.

So this is where rain pours 24/7? Alice said. Yes. 24/7... A determined Wendy and Peter uttered. Alice said, What a cold day in here... To be continued on article "Alice's Adventures in Neverland 2"
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Fan fiction by woodecker posted over a year ago
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Our Story

Hello people. I'm producing a new film based on Lewis Carroll's story that all you ought to know, Alice in Wonderland. The movie will be filmed with real actors and will have some FX, but the scenario is very different from the original story, but keep the essence of the characters in the movie. This time Alice will travel inside a big city.

We count on your support to carry this story, which will take place this year. The story and script are defined, and we're still in pre-production process.

Support here: link


The Story

It's 2012, and Alice heard her grandmother's stories of the countryside, cats, rabbits and caterpillars and the terrible Queen of Hearts. But Alice has never seen a rabbit hopping through the grass, or a caterpillar become a butterfly. The young Alice lives in a big and sad city of the 21st century, but wants to discover the Wonderland of his grandmother Alice. Soon she discovers that this fantasy world is also around with her, in this ordinary city.
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Review by janmorrison posted over a year ago
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Hatter's Tea Party by Marie Louise Wrightson
Fans of Alice in Wonderland should check out the exhibition in Edinburgh of Marie Louise Wrightson's "Down the Rabbit Hole"- www.the-leith-gallery.co.uk

Marie has spent just over a year preparing for this exhibition. When asked what inspired her she replied "Like many people, I have been influenced and inspired by fairy tales, cartoons, films and children’s books; especially the Alice in Wonderland stories.
With cautionary messages and wonderful worlds in which to escape, little Alice, the Mad Hatter and The Queen of Hearts have always created an endless fascination and curiosity of wonder for me. With my work I have explored a more grown up Alice, an Alice who is still full of wonder and surprise but who also embraces all the delights of Wonderland during her fantastical journeys.
An all important part of the stories, is for me the visual attraction of the books illustrations. I have always looked at the illustrations first and read the words later, “partly due to my dyslexia”, but also because I am always completely absorbed by the fabulous drawings within the books. For me the drawings bring the characters to life, allowing the reader to fall...
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Review by Lisia posted over a year ago
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A New Boutique

Have you ever think about the look of a shop and about the world that can rotate around a specific theme? What about an "Alice and Wonderland" theme?


Can the Belle Epoche artist Mucha be the representative of the magic and harmony of a dream world? His women are suspended between deception and imagination. The atmosphere also is like if was lacks of space and time.

What do you think?
Would you like a boutique inspired by madness and fantasy?
Which one of these images make you think about a strange and fantasy world?

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Article by gwen2bfreedom posted over a year ago
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Anybody remember this from "Through the Looking Glass"? Just thought I'd share it here.

JABBERWOCKY

Lewis Carroll

(from Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There, 1872)

`Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe:
All mimsy were the borogoves,
And the mome raths outgrabe.

"Beware the Jabberwock, my son!
The jaws that bite, the claws that catch!
Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun
The frumious Bandersnatch!"

He took his vorpal sword in hand:
Long time the manxome foe he sought --
So rested he by the Tumtum tree,
And stood awhile in thought.

And, as in uffish thought he stood,
The Jabberwock, with eyes of flame,
Came whiffling through the tulgey wood,
And burbled as it came!

One, two! One, two! And through and through
The vorpal blade went snicker-snack!
He left it dead, and with its head
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Opinion by 1122ridr posted over a year ago
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A lonely March Hare
The Mad Hatter and all of the other Alice in Wonderland characters are very popular. All except for one, the March Hare. He was kicked out of Disneyland because they said kids wouldn't know who he was. You always hear about the Mad Hatter or the White Rabbit, never the March Hare. I only hope that Paul Whitehouse will make him a little memorable. I think the March Hare should get more attention. I hope you feel this way too. (Damn Hatter.) Pleas comment on this, and tell me what you think. Pleas comment, pleas?

By: 1122ridr, March Hare lover.
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Review by LOVEgirlXboy posted over a year ago
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Alice in wonderland is one of the most beloved Disney classics of all time. Many people today deny the movie of is greatness because of the odd characters and twisted adventures Alice has while in wonderland. The DVD is available now in yur local stores like Target or Wal-mart. Lewis Carolls ingenius storybook is also inspiring tim burton to do a real-live remake of the movie in 2009. Fans of alice in wonderland have created adorable couples out of the characters including: aliceXmadhatter and aliceXcheshire. While some say this movie is completly crazy the story of Alice in Wonderland will never be forgotten!
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