02 March 2010

Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland - a first look through the looking glass

As a Tim Burton's fan, I can't wait to go to the cinema to watch the last colorful but dark film "Alice in Wonderland".
Here is a critique I found on the Guardian website:
Burton's version will be a sort-of sequel in which a 17-year-old Alice returns to Wonderland, allowing for a darker, more adult-orientated vision that takes in characters and storylines from both Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. Frankly, the sight of seven-time Burton collaborator Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter, resembling a dayglo-version of Adam Ant in his heyday, with a bit of Ronald McDonald thrown in for good measure, looks enough to have most small children running screaming from the room in terror".

Now we are talking!...


Gerda said...

The critique looks really promising :) I can hardly wait to see the movie!!! :D

Greetings from Transylvania,

Madame Macabre said...

So do I! :)

I don´t know why now you found a lot of people saying that they are bored from Tim Burton´s style, that Johnny Deep is always the same. But I still really love Burton´s films, is refreashing in a world plenty of "Transformers", "Spiderman", "Iron Man" and all this stuff, puaj.

Kisses from Spain.

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