22 titles.

1. Once Upon a Time (2011 TV Series)
Episode: Hat Trick (2012)
You've clearly glommed onto my kid Henry's thing. They're just stories! The Mad Hatter is in Alice in Wonderland, a book - a book I actually read.
I hate Wonderland.
2. Batman: The Animated Series (1992 TV Series)
Episode: Mad as a Hatter (1992)
You know, Alice in Wonderland was always my favorite story. Do you remember "The Mock Turtle Song"? Will you, won't you, will you, won't you, won't you join the dance?
Sometimes, Alice, I think you're the only one who understands me.
Of course, intellectually, I know it's all wrong. She's got a boyfriend, after all. Better to withdraw like a gentlemen. Forget her. Turn my heart to other pursuits. Never! Look, I've already developed a circuitry card powerful enough to control a human brain. It would be so easy to make her forget her boorish beau and love me. But it would reduce her to a soulless shell. Oh, no... not my Alice. Oh, it's hopeless.
You're mighty in Gotham, Batman, but in Wonderland, the Mad Hatter reigns supreme.
3. Dogma (1999)
Let me get this straight: you don't believe in God because of "Alice in Wonderland"?
4. Quantum Leap (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Star Light, Star Bright - May 21, 1966 (1992)
Yeah. Alice In Wonderland is coherent too. That doesn't mean I believe in grinning cats who disappear.
5. Innerspace (1987)
Eat me, drink me? What is that? From The Exorcist? No, Alice in Wonderland! Alice she drank something to be big and ate something to be small.
6. Thirtysomething (1987 TV Series)
Episode: Second Look (1991)
Oh, you've got Alice in Wonderland.
No, I had Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. They were my favorites. But the kids, it was probably Ethan, I think he probably traded it for a bologna sandwich.
Oh? You should. They're great. They're both... well, Alice was such a great heroine. She was so... plucky. And I loved the way she would get so big and then she'd get so little. I always wanted to do that. To find a magic bottle that said 'drink me.' Like now. I would love to find a little bottle or go through the Looking Glass.
'To another Alice. See page three-forty-six. Love, Gary.'
'In a wonderland they lie, dreaming as the days go by, dreaming as the summers die, ever drifting down the stream, lingering in the golden gleam... life, what is it, but a dream?'
7. Moonlight (2007 TV Series)
Episode: 12:04 AM (2007)
Wow! This all sounds so Alice in Wonderland.
8. Unhappily Ever After (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Halloween XXVII (1996)
Oh, thanks, but I'm not Jessica Rabbit. I couldn't find a red dress, so I'm Alice in Wonderland, all grown up. Ah, whom am I kidding, I'm nothing, I just love the way I look in this dress.
9. The Nostalgia Critic (2007 TV Series)
Episode: Drop Dead Fred (2010)
The psychological ramifications are just disturbing. It's trying to be Alice in Wonderland, but it's more like Wonderland in Alice. It's just creepy.
10. The Nostalgia Critic (2007 TV Series)
Episode: The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland (2011)
So it turns out the rabbit is looking for Swiftheart. Why? Get this: because they're related! Yeah, that's right. The rabbit from "Alice in Wonderland" is related to the rabbit from "Care Bears". No shit. What other family tree surprises do you think are out there? Do you think Slippy is related to Mr. Toad? Or Toto is related to Beethoven? Or Tom Thumb is related to Danny DeVito? The possibilities are just endless!
Dad, I just got back from Wonderland, where an evil wizard tried to take over, but some magic bears helped me out to save a princess and make the flowers bloom.
Oh, it's been hard. It's been an enchanted realm of SHIT watching these movies! But we're finally here, the very last one! Taste the rainbow, motherfuckers, this is "Care Bears In Wonderland"!
11. The Nostalgia Critic (2007 TV Series)
Episode: Alice in Wonderland (2014)
It's just as bad as when he took over Disney's "Alice In Wonderland".
No, not that one! I hate the fact I have to make that distinction now! No, I'm talking about Disney's "Tim Burton's" "Alice In Wonderland"!
So let me get this straight: in "Alice In Wonderland", the story based on the Lewis Carroll novel, Alice is not a girl, she's a woman, she's not in Wonderland, she's returning to Wonderland, and Wonderland itself, in fact, isn't Wonderland at all, it's called "Underland".
Apart from at least giving us what the fucking title promises, "Care Bears In Wonderland", and NOT Underland, is still mad nonsense where everything is backwards! The villain of the movie wants to bring sense and order to it. That would be a legitimate threat to their world, so the fear in the movie is 100% justified! Here, the queen is just a jerk, but as long as she's as crazy as the rest of them, which she supposedly is, Wonderland... Oh, I'm sorry, *Underland* shouldn't care! Because, unless you missed what was constantly hammered in, both the story, the book, every interpretation ever made, THEY'RE MAD! THEY'RE ALL FUCKING MAD! So what should they care about any of this bullcrap? And don't get me wrong: Care Bears is an awful movie. It's really bad. They do some stupid shit, like making the queen nice, a whole bunch of other... *fuck*, but in terms of which one is closer to the spirit of what Alice In Wonderland is? I'm sorry, the fucking Care Bears got closer! They embraced the insanity of Wonderland! This one is ashamed to even be called Wonderland! Fuck... that... SHIT!
Whoahohoho, wait a minute, movie! So are you suggesting that the Alice from "Alice In Wonderland" this whole time was... Alice from "Alice In Wonderland"? Whoa! I mean, fucking whoa! This movie is pushing the envelope of cinematic twists! I mean, who could've seen that coming? Next you'll be telling me that Clark Kent all this time was... Clark Kent! Man, this movie knows how to keep you on your fucking toes!
You'll notice quickly that all of the characters speak to her like they've encountered her before. And, that's because, they have! Yeah, I bet you thought you were going to get the story of Alice in Wonderland, didn't you? God, I don't know how the fuck you got THAT stupid idea! But no, this is a semi-sequel, not based on the semi-sequel because all the logic they semi-throw in semi-makes no sense.
So the Hatter lets Alice know that Wonderland used to be ruled by the White Queen, played by Anne Hathaway, until the Red Queen summoned her Jabberwocky to destroy everything. Oh, the heartbreaking tragedy. If only there was some sort of warning they could've had to prepare them for this... like a calendar that predicts the future and is never ever wrong. Wait a minute! Didn't they say that fucking thing predicts whatever's gonna happen?
For whatever fucking reason, they keep bringing in this political power struggle and talk of the prophecy, and that's not what "Alice In Wonderland" is about! It's supposed to be a fun road trip of dream-like nonsense; an escape from reality through creative surrealism. It's supposed to be a child-like experience, not a fucking war movie! But, listen, these characters constantly talk like they're in a war movie!
So, father-so-perfect-he-surely-has-to-die-soon dies soon after Alice's nineteenth birthday. This leaves her with a mother who is certainly a product of the times, who is not willing to accept Alice, because, of course, she's ahead of her time, and doesn't realize that the "ahead of the time" cliche has been done so many times that actually makes it behind the times.
Bad screenwriting 101, guys: a good writer focuses on what a character is, not what a character isn't. We know that Alice isn't following the norm, isn't as submissive as her peers and isn't going to be told what to do. Well, okay, that's all fine and good, but, what is she then? Um... blander than bread?
Sir, Wonderland is checking up on their prophecy.
After Alice escapes one of the queen's monsters by being defended by a mouse, in the most PG way possible by the way...
And of course, as it goes, all the things that Alice will come across inevitably will work their way into her fantasy world as well, like the owner complaining about the white roses, talking to Tweedlekinda and Tweedlesorta, and, of course, what seems like an insane society needing to be challenged.
She, of course, shrinks down, wearing... a convenient mini dress that she had on her? Maybe she was gonna play goth Barbie later... and enters the rather gray and blurry world of Wonderland.
Oh yeah, I forgot to mention: Alice, this whole time, I mean like 80% of the goddamn movie, totally believes that this is all a dream.
And this is another reason why Wonderland doesn't work as a strategic world of war: There's cake that makes you grow huge. Whoever has that shit, battle over! You win! Mass produce that shit, and make an army of King Kongs! You could squash this place like a Lego city faster than you can say "curiouser and curiouser"! It's like if Malice and I had some of that cake, and we suddenly came across a threat.
Whoa, wait a minute, is Wonderland... Oh, sorry... Underland getting... jiggy? I think it is! Boy, he ain't no Paperman! He really swings out with the mess of jive! Oh my God, I have never seen anything this crunk since I saw Vanilla Ice cracking to the tune of Macaroni and Cheese! O-ho-ho, Hatter, you be dope!
12. The Nostalgia Critic (2007 TV Series)
Episode: Dragon's Lair (2015)
At first, it looks like you're just following them through time as you drop by the prehistoric age, ancient Egypt, and even the Garden of Eden. But then it gets really weird by traveling to a giant Beethoven in a flying piano and even Wonderland. Yeah, like "Alice In Wonderland". It makes no freakin' sense, but it looks amazing.
13. The Woodsman (2004)
Yeah, like Alice in Wonderland.
14. The Invisible Man (2000 TV Series)
Before we start, I'm totally inoculated against the "Alice in Wonderland" technique, as well as the Wexler-Mendelson sensory deprivation. And please don't waste my time with the Stemler-Rochet debilitary. Okay?
15. A Friend to Die For (1994 TV Movie)
Well, with the exception of the taped confession, this whole case is circumstantial. Considering the evidence presented here, I must conclude that the prosecution has failed to prove its contention of premeditation. The evidence supports nothing more than the finding of murder in the second degree. I must further observe that we have a kind of "Alice in Wonderland" situation here. The juvenile code dictates a sentence of confinement to the age of 25. The degree - whether it's first or second - is irrelevant. And so I find myself wondering what we have accomplished here. I hope it was justice, though I fear it may have been nothing more than entertainment.
16. Up the Down Staircase (1967)
They say a writer should stick to what he knows. What nonsense. What did Dickens know about French Revolutions? What did Shakespeare know about Moors in Venice? If he stuck to what he knew, we'd have no Othello, we'd have no Alice in Wonderland, we'd have no Treasure Island. You brats think that I and Miss Barrett stand up there day after day, talking about books, and the writing of books, just for the hell of it? You think it's got nothing to do with YOU? A writer creates a book. And individual creates a life. For a writer to create a masterpiece, he's got to think beyond what he knows. For an individual to create a life, even a half-way decent one, he's gotta go beyond what he knows. Go beyond the poverty, the dope the disease, the degeneracy. Go beyond the oceans to the alps... a magnificent replica of which the board of education has generously donated. Stick with what you think, and that's what you're gonna be stuck with. You may as well get out. Now! All of you... Miss Barrett's class dismissed. All of you dismissed for the rest of your crummy lives. Some of you prefer to leave by the window. I prefer to leave by the door. Punch me out. Will ya, Teach?
17. Bombshell (1933)
As if, Gillette ever thought of *me* in connection with "Alice in Wonderland".
I see as much in him as you see in Alice Cole!
Swell part though, I hear that, eh, Alice Cole is gonna do it.
Just because her name is Alice, I suppose.
I've always been compared to Alice Brady.
18. Kotch (1971)
Do you like "Alice In Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll?
19. Michael Shayne (1960 TV Series)
Episode: Murder in Wonderland (1960)
Mmm... Will Gentry and Alice in Wonderland.
20. The 83rd Annual Academy Awards (2011 TV Special)
Thank you to the Academy and especially to my fellow nominees who are just so much fun to sit with at the, tonight and have been so supportive. It's great to be part of such a great group of people. The story "Alice in Wonderland" was described by its publisher in 1865 as a story valued for its rare imagination, priceless humor, and power to transport the reader into a world of pure fantasy; a gift to us all. The heart of any movie lies with the director and I've been incredibly lucky on this and many films to work with the singular Tim Burton. Tim's imagination along with the amazing cast - Johnny's incandescent "Hatter," Mia's "Alice" for all girls all times, Helena's the fearless, big-headed queen, and our crystalline snowflake princess Anne Hathaway - made my job a delight. We had the support of a production team headed by Richard Zanuck and Katterli Frauenfelder, supported by Joe Roth, Suzanne and Jen Todd, and Disney, but I couldn't have done it without my team: Christine Cantella and my entire group. Thank you all very much.
When I watched Kate two years ago it looked so fuckin easy - oops! Alice Ward, your beautiful family that opened your hearts. I saw Mick here earlier. Dick, shout out for Nana? Alright, Dick's not in the room. Thank you so much, opening your hearts to all of us to make this film. I thanked David, I'll thank him again. My family, my beautiful son who's traveling right now in South America and can't join me. It's okay; I'm okay, Jack. My mom and my dad, and my brother, and my friends, and my family. And I wanna thank the very most of all, the Academy of Motion Picture Sciences, their board of governors and all their members, whom many of you are here today. This has been an extraordinary journey in getting to know what the Academy is about, and first and foremost, thank you, Academy. Because it's about sellin' motion pictures and respecting the work! Thank you so much!
Oh boy. I can't believe I'm actually saying this, but thank you to the Academy. I wouldn't be standing here if it weren't for the vision of three incredible guys: John Lasseter, Ed Catmull and Steve Jobs, the founders of Pixar Animation Studios which, by the way, is the most awesome place on the planet to make movies! To my producer Darla Anderson, screenwriter Michael Arndt, my cast and crew, everyone at Disney and Pixar, every single person who had absolutely anything to do with making "Toy Story 3" and getting it out into the world, I share this with you. To my grandmother, who always insisted that she'd see me up here someday. To my parents, my wife Laura, my kids, Hannah, Alice and Max, I love you all so much. And finally, thank you to audiences all over the world who came out in historic numbers and embraced a movie about talking toys that hopefully had something very human to say. Thank you. Thank you! Thank you!
This is a real Oscar. Mor og far... Alice and Gabriel*. Thank you so much, the Academy. What an honor. I am so truly honored and grateful and happy, thank you very much. I really need to congratulate my fellow nominees whose movies were amazing. And I really want to thank Tom Bernard and Michael Barker at Sony Classics for believing so strongly "In a Better World." All my, all my creative partners, whether they are in this room or in Denmark or Sweden, this one belongs to all of you as much as it belongs to me. Thank you very much.
21. One Hour in Wonderland (1950 TV Special)
I've never told you the story of Alice in Wonderland, have I?
There was a child named Alice. She was a little girl.
22. Point of View (2001 Video Game)
How would you feel if (pause)? Let me give you the inventory: you wake up in somebody's apartment; you've been whacked in the head; you can hardly walk; there are erotic paintings of you all over the place; and the individual who created this "Alice in Wonderland" nightmare, is about the most attractive and appealing person you've ever met?
22 titles.