Alice Through the Looking Glass

2016

Action / Adventure / Family / Fantasy

246
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 30%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 52%
IMDb Rating 6.2 10 70881

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Cast

Johnny Depp as Hatter Tarrant Hightopp
Anne Hathaway as Mirana
Helena Bonham Carter as Iracebeth
Richard Armitage as King Oleron
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1hr 53 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Venom_81 6 / 10

Mediocre story with great visual effects

Tim Burton refused to direct this movie..and there is a reason..simply the script is terrible. There is no real and solid story behind this movie if not a marketing operation. The direction works well, nothing special but nothing you can complain about, also the rhythm and the storytelling works good, the problem is the script. The movie is visually stunning , probably visual effects are the only reason to watch this movie. Jhonny Deep is probably on his worst interpretation, he isn't able to transmit anything not even the madness of his character. Mia Wasikovska is the only one who truly believe in the project and tries to produce a decent interpretation. Sacha Baron Coen is funny on his character but maybe he could add more personality in his interpretation. As I already said you can watch this movie just for the amazing visual effects..but without a decent story isn't so entertaining

Reviewed by seveb-25179 5 / 10

Not enough Wonder

I enjoyed the first film, I thought it struck a good balance between the whimsical eccentricity of the source material and the modern Hollywood demand for thrill ride action. But the second time around they get it all wrong, much as they did on the second Pirates of the Caribbean. Too much rushing around and too little humour and quirkiness. Firstly, right from the get go, they forget to maintain the vital distinction between the Fantasy World of Wonderland, where the impossible is common place, and the Real World, where the possible needs to remain within the constraints of the culture and available technology of the day, in order to be credible. So we get Alice, the teenage female Captain, sailing her Victorian sail powered merchant ship in ways that defy the laws of Real World physics (Groan) Who needs to visit Wonderland if we can bend the Real World to our will in this way? Secondly I think the decision to try and explain the backstory and motivation of the previous film's characters and situations was misguided. We don't need to know this, and it goes against the whole idea of "Wonderland", once things are explained, they often lose much of their "Magic", their wonder. The Queen of Hearts happens to be a bitch and she serves a purpose in the story, that is her only "why", we aren't supposed to understand or feel sorry for her. The fun of Wonderland is in the novelty of the experience and trying to explain it only dilutes or destroys that. Thirdly they don't introduce enough new characters or situations with the requisite quirkiness, the original is a parade of quirky characters, this one only has a few, with the space between filled up with, briefly, revisiting old ones and, mainly, by pointless rushing about. I enjoyed Sacha Baron-Cohen's "Time", but his assistants were merely derivative of other movies tiny mechanical robots, and there was very little else we hadn't already seen in the first movie. Too whoever wrote the script for this one I say "Off with their heads!"

Reviewed by P.uncia 10 / 10

it struck me in time, space and in my heart.

Too bad there are too many bad reviews. I love this movie, the puns, the creatures, the actors, the characters and the story. I love the make up, the make belief and the making of the Hatter, the Queen of Hearts without a Heart and Time and Time again. I like what another review said: You have to have an imagination to like this movie. And I do!!! Lucky for me. The story isnĀ“t just mindless entertainment, it struck me in time, space and in my heart.

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