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Old 07-27-2009   #1
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Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland"

Unless I'm really, really not paying attention or desperately horrible at searching, there is yet no thread for thes (this) film.

Here is its imdb page:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1014759/

And, more entertaining, methinks, some images that probably many of you have seen, but nonetheless:

Mia Wasikowska as "Alice"


Johnny Depp as "The Mad Hatter"


Anne Hathaway as "The White Queen"


Helena Bonham Carter as "The Red Queen"


It looks pretty cool.
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Re: Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland"

when I first saw the trailer HERE My actual verbal response was "Ohmygod Ohmygod Ohmygod Ohmygod!"

This is gonna be so awesome
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Oh.... wow. Can't wait.
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Re: Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland"

Oh, snap! I didn't even realize the trailer was released yet. Ah!

That is crazy cool! <:O
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Re: Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland"

yeah i saw the 10 foot vinyl posters hanging from the ceiling of the cinema and about had a heart attack. Anne looks great and Johnny Depp just looks creepy as hell. Can't wait to see Alan Rickman as the caterpillar, lol
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Re: Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland"

This is going to be awful. We get it Tim Burton, you are weird.
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Re: Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland"

Helena Bonham Carter and Johnny Depp in a Tim Burton film? How risky. How... untried.
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Re: Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland"

^But how amazing. They really do good under Tim Burton. I enjoy watching them in Burton films. Also I heard Burton is doing a film adaption of 1984...
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Re: Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland"

Is Helena Bonham Carter's head really massive in that picture, or is it just me?

Also, seconding the ohmygod ohmygod ohmygod.

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lol i dont think her head is really that massive at all. I think it is makeup and camera angles. I mean she isn't Minnie Driver...
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Helena Bonham Carter and Johnny Depp in a Tim Burton film? How risky. How... untried.
That's like questioning bacon and eggs, really. Certainly not "risky," but classic and delicious (or, in anticipation of an array of sarcastic responses, please supplant in that analogy some other classic dish that you actually enjoy...sir).

Not really, though; I guess Burton's (predictably strange, and, thus, oxymoronic!) ways aren't for everyone and wanting some variety is understandable. I guess that's what *other movies* or books! are for. (Still, I know I'm not the only one who enjoys a little repetition.)
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no, not bacon and eggs. it's more like chicken and wafles it is definantly an aquired taste. a taste that if you have for every meal becomes dull. i mean the only good thing about this movie is that crispin hellion glover has work. THAT"S ALL. tim burton is a no talent hack. and johnny depp is no-doubt going to be his usual mediocre self. and carter, does she get work from anyone besides burton? seriously she can't find work elsewhere because she is wretched. terrible!

what on earth can tim burton add to this story that we didn't already see from disney. a mediocre cast. and his signature dull and drab look that is as tired as grandpa after he farts. about as appealing too!

anyone want to start a petition to end this monaughtanous cycle of awful
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It's going to take a while to get enough people to sign your petition for the studios to listen to you. Even then, he'll probably put out independents. As long as people want to see his movies,(I, by the way, am one of those people) he'll keep finding funding.
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no, not bacon and eggs. it's more like chicken and wafles it is definantly an aquired taste. a taste that if you have for every meal becomes dull. i mean the only good thing about this movie is that crispin hellion glover has work. THAT"S ALL. tim burton is a no talent hack. and johnny depp is no-doubt going to be his usual mediocre self. and carter, does she get work from anyone besides burton? seriously she can't find work elsewhere because she is wretched. terrible!

what on earth can tim burton add to this story that we didn't already see from disney. a mediocre cast. and his signature dull and drab look that is as tired as grandpa after he farts. about as appealing too!

anyone want to start a petition to end this monaughtanous cycle of awful
Why, I would describe you as "a crazy, crazy elitist afflicted by nearly soul-enslaving cynicism and by mild, contextual flatulence and who suffers periodic, but violent, typographical tics." Sound about right, sunshine? Or can we start lightening up now?

I agree about the "chicken and waffles," though. So, that might say something about me.
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sunshine? i just don't see how you can disagree with me on any of that. i mean all his movies look the same. dull drab dark and boring. there is only some much emo i can take from a 50 year old troll
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Carter was great in Fight Club imo
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^and in Hamlet.. she always plays mildly-psychotic roles, and she does an amazing job at it too.
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i don't think she is anything special.

i think if tim burton combed his hair, he would dislodge probably the many endangered species that use it as a habitat. where would peta be about this...
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