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  1. Benjamin Reid's rating of the film Alice

    I was extremely impressed by the craft of this adaptation of Alice in Wonderland, but I really craved more emphasis on plot/characters (somewhat unlike me). Though the film is never boring, the momentum in the first 45 minutes or so to get to the tea party is really patience testing. I really couldn't help but feel a small bit of disappointment, but I am sure my fondness for the Disney version corrupts my opinion.

  2. dionysus67's rating of the film Alice

    Fascinating, as always from the Czech master, transfer of Alice onto the screen in a cornucopia of visual and aural pleasures. The latter coordinate a mechanical universe (an obsession for E.Europeans) and stress the obscure modernism of a work the ingenuity of which resides in conveying to the fullest the passages of the human psyche, of childhood, of life, of an entire era. A remarkable and perfectly tuned film.

  3. Mariana Basílio's rating of the film Alice

  4. Aaken's rating of the film Alice

    Certainly the most interesting film adaptation of the celebrated book, as it manages to capture something of childhood and the madness of the adult world.

  5. Rafael Zen's rating of the film Alice

    Crafty as any other Svankmajer's films. This Alice is weird to the eyes and strange to the ears, mixing Carrol's story with a twisted universe where childhood meets mud, darkness and cold waters. A very singular adaptation, worth seeing by Wonderland lovers.

  6. †. Kennedy Pope's rating of the film Alice

    A creative take on Alice in Wonderland; but it's incredibly boring, and the narration is unbearable.

  7. Richmond Hill's rating of the film Alice

    A flinty and spiky transposition of the original, perhaps conveying the cruelty, menace and odd logic better than any other adaptation thus far.

  8. FISCHER's rating of the film Alice

    Une animation souvent superbement réussie et une incessante recherche graphique n'empêchent pas que l'œuvre peut dégager un certain ennui...

  9. hemachandra's rating of the film Alice

    This is how it's done, Tim Burton

  10. Adam Whybray's rating of the film Alice

    So crafty and creepy and malevolent and joyous, with grubby textures that get under your fingernails and toothsome, clackity tactility. Gives your eyes a real scouring delight. All the repetition and object lessons are an odd comfort for one with OCD. A truly oneiric adaptation of a childhood recollection. Never before has the White Rabbit been such a bad influence!

  11. Alexander Dunkelberger's rating of the film Alice

    Incredibly disturbing. Not for kids, unless you’re looking to traumatize someone.

  12. Alberto Marcello's rating of the film Alice

  13. miles's rating of the film Alice

  14. Fabio Osvaldo Carta's rating of the film Alice

  15. Antoine Vivet's rating of the film Alice

    à voir, le maître de la pixillation tchek de l'après geurre.

  16. Il secondo maestro del revolver's rating of the film Alice

  17. Tatami's rating of the film Alice

    A worthy adaptation of Alice. Highly creative in the stop-motion and the sounds used in the film are somehow very pleasing. For example the munching on wood or the butter spreading on the watch. Only one annoying this about this is the constant "said..." after a character has spoken.

  18. yassoor's rating of the film Alice

    She is in control, but fortunately, not the center of attention. Great work.

  19. En Sangers Bøn's rating of the film Alice

    outstanding film, full of inventive situations and fruitful ideas. Almost impossible to equal this magnificent animation.

  20. Andrew Miller's rating of the film Alice

    I've used this in the context of teaching Lewis Carroll, and it usually generates good discussion-- the uncanny otherness of everyday objects tends to impress Disney/Pixar kids.

  21. mlstrx's rating of the film Alice

    3.5. seen this before, remembered it being better...

  22. ryan birch's rating of the film Alice

    watched this while on acid. quite an experience.

  23. EdieEmm's rating of the film Alice

    A glorious, unrestrained fever-dream of a film that I watched in mad, rapt delight. Svankmajer's Wonderland triggers an instant recognition that suggests a fidelity to Carroll's own vision of the place, undiluted by the niceties the conscious mind likes to impose to try to civilize the products of its source. The only thing better would be a live action version with Tom Waits as Hatter... maybe Nick Cage as Hare.

  24. Tony Miguel's rating of the film Alice

    Creepy in some aspects but very well done.

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