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Director: Tim Burton     Starring: Johnny Depp
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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 219961940
UPC: 786936814415
UPC 14: 00786936814415
Category Keywords: Based On A Novel  Children  Fantasy  IMAX
Rating: Game Rating Code
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A Film by Tim Burton.
Tumble down the rabbit hole with Alice for a fantastical adventure from Walt Disney Pictures and Tim Burton. Inviting and magical, ALICE IN WONDERLAND is an imaginative new twist on one of the most beloved stories of all time. Alice (Mia Wasikowska), now 19 years old, returns to the whimsical world she first entered as a child and embarks on a journey to discover her true destiny. This Wonderland is a world beyond your imagination and unlike anything you've seen before. The extraordinary characters you've loved come to life richer and more colorful than ever. There's the Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp), the White Queen (Anne Hathaway), the Red Queen (Helena Bonham Carter), the White Rabbit (Michael Sheen) and more. A triumphant cinematic experience -- ALICE IN WONDERLAND is an incredible feast for your eyes, ears and heart that will captivate audiences of all sizes.

"Burton's most imaginative film in some time.  Mike Scott, New Orleans Times-Picayune
"Tim Burton, plus Alice, plus 3D equals an unforgettable, one-of-a-kind movie experience.  Pete Hammond, Boxoffice Magazine

Editor's Note
Director and subject matter make for a perfect marriage in Tim Burton?s version of the Lewis Carroll classic. ALICE IN WONDERLAND stars frequent Burton collaborator Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter, DEFIANCE?s Mia Wasikowska as Alice, and Anne Hathaway as the White Queen.

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Video Mfg Name Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Video Release Date Release Date: 9/1/2013
Video Play Time Running Time: 109 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2010
Video UPC UPC: 00786936814415
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 2

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Video Color Spec Video: Color

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Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Johnny Depp
Video Cast Info Anne Hathaway
Video Cast Info Helena Bonham-Carter
Video Cast Info Crispin Glover
Video Cast Info Alan Rickman
Video Cast Info Mia Wasilkowska
Video Cast Info Lewis Carroll - Source Writer
Video Cast Info Stephen Fry - Voice
Video Cast Info Alan Rickman - Voice
Video Cast Info Michael Sheen - Voice
Video Cast Info Timothy Spall - Voice
Video Cast Info Linda Wolverton - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Richard D. Zanuck - Producer
Video Cast Info Joe Roth - Producer
Video Cast Info Suzanne Todd - Producer
Video Cast Info Jennifer Todd - Producer
Video Cast Info Dariusz Wolski - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Danny Elfman - Composer
Video Cast Info Tim Burton - Director

Professional Reviews

Hollywood Reporter
"Burton has delivered a subversively witty, brilliantly cast, whimsically appointed dazzler that also manages to hit all the emotionally satisfying marks." 02/25/2010

Variety
"[With] moments of delight, humor and bedazzlement....To be sure, the design, effects, makeup and technical work is of a high order." 02/25/2010

Chicago Sun-Times
3 stars out of 4 -- "Burton is above all a brilliant visual artist, and his film is a pleasure to regard..." 03/03/2010

USA Today
3.5 stars out of 4 -- "[E]ngaging and amusing....As Alice, Mia Wasikowska is pitch perfect, looking the part and capturing her sense of innocence.' 03/05/2010

Box Office
4.5 stars out of 5 -- "Director Tim Burton returns to his 'A' game with this magnificent, visually stunning movie that is not only one of his best, it is indeed a wonder." 02/26/2010

Wall Street Journal
"Every scene brings something new and remarkable....It's more gothic than Victorian and slightly tinctured with danger, but fully equipped with the sort of exuberant action that sits well in movie theaters..." 03/05/2010

Washington Post
3 stars out of 4 -- "Burton finely balances excess and restraint to create an absorbing, visually rich world of his very own." 03/03/2010

Movieline
"Burton uses the dank, claustrophobic aesthetic to an interesting effect....Bonham Carter is delectable as the wicked, capricious Red Queen..." 03/03/2010

Rolling Stone
"Bonham Carter gets laughs, whether she's warming her feet on a squealing pig or ordering decapitations like lattes....Depp is a marvel as the Hatter..." 03/18/2010

Empire
3 stars out of 5 -- "[R]ealised exquisitely, with spectacular 3-D, a haunting design for Wonderland, a seamless meeting of live action with animation, and a great deal of twisted charm." 05/01/2010

Sight and Sound
"The resulting film works perfectly as a child-friendly fantasy..." 05/01/2010

Chicago Sun-Times 8 of 10
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. Few children would want to go to wonderland, and none would want to stay. The problem may be that I encountered the book too young and was put off by the alarming John Tenniel illustrations. Why did Alice have such deep, dark eye sockets? Why couldn't Wonderland be cozy like the world of Pooh? Watching the 1951 Disney film, I feared the Cheshire Cat was about to tell me something I didn't want to know...This is a Wonderland that holds perils for Alice, played by Wasikowska with beauty and pluck. The Red Queen wishes her ill, and the White Queen (Anne Hathaway) wishes her well, perhaps because both are formed according to the rules of Wonderland queens. To be sure, the insecure White Queen doesn't exhaust herself in making Alice welcome. The Queens, the Mad Hatter, Alice, the Knave of Hearts (Crispin Glover) and presumably Tweedledee and Tweedledum are versions of humans; the others are animated, voiced with great zest by such as Stephen Fry (Cheshire), Alan Rickman (Absolem the Caterpillar), Michael Sheen (White Rabbit), Christopher Lee (Jabberwocky), Timothy Spall (Bayard) and Barbara Windsor (Dormouse)...Why does Alice in Wonderland have to end with an action sequence? Characters not rich enough? Story run out? Little minds, jazzed by sugar from the candy counter, might get too worked up without it? Or is it that executives, not trusting their artists and timid in the face of real stories, demand an action climax as insurance? Insurance of what? That the story will have a beginning and a middle but nothing so tedious as an ending? - Roger Ebert

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