Sunday, June 6, 2010

Alice in Wonderland (2009): review- 1/10

The Disneyfication of a British literary classic sees it ruined, with a tiresome feminist message and the total absence of the wry wit that makes the book so beguiling.

Everything becomes exaggerated, nothing has grace, and the characters become caricatures. The clever animation which is impressive at the start of the film later turns tiresome, as if it is an end in itself.

Director Tim Burton should be taken and shot for this.

2 comments:

  1. I totally agree! I was sadly disappointed at his attempt of putting his mainstream brand to it for a modern audience. In my opinion, the whole feel of it was an overly contrived waste!

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