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Malice in Wonderland -- An American law student in London. Knocked down by a black cab, she wakes with amnesia in a world that's a million miles from home: Wonderland.

Overview

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Writer:
Jayson Rothwell (written by)
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Release Date:
30 December 2010 (South Korea) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Out of time...out of mind. See more »
Plot:
A modern take on the classic fairytale, Alice in Wonderland, set in the North East of England. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
User Reviews:
It's a cockney Alice in Wonderland! See more (25 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Maggie Grace ... Alice

Danny Dyer ... Whitey

Matt King ... Gonzo

Nathaniel Parker ... Harry

Bronagh Gallagher ... Hattie

Anthony Higgins ... Rex
Steve Haze ... Midge
Christian Patterson ... Dean / Dom
Dave Lynn ... Jack / Jacqui

Gary Beadle ... Felix Chester
Amanda Boxer ... Bag Lady

Paul Kaye ... Caterpillar
Matthew Stirling ... Eyre

Alan McKenna ... Griffin
Fiona O'Shaughnessy ... Hooker
Steve Furst ... Mo

Pam Ferris ... Doochey

Garrick Hagon ... Louis Dodgson
Sandra Dickinson ... Mother
Lin Blakley ... Mrs. Jones

William Tapley ... Newsreader

David Blakeley ... Hitman
Alice Blake Lee ... Hot girl in Phone Box
Bo Bonsu ... Rastaman
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Darren Luckin ... Party guest

Paul Claydon ... Head butt trucker (uncredited)
Henrietta Darcy ... Prostitute No. 6 (uncredited)
Paul T.T. Easter ... Trucker (uncredited)

Elizabeth Goram-Smith ... Nightclub Dancer / Party Girl (uncredited)
Jimi James ... Trucker 1 (uncredited)
Ricky Knight ... Himself (uncredited)

Deborah Landis ... Woman at formal dinner (uncredited)
Earl Ling ... Two Guns Tony (uncredited)
Mark Margason ... Party Guy (uncredited)

Christopher McDermott ... Himself (uncredited)

David Norfolk ... One Ball Barry (uncredited)
Boy Prevos ... John (uncredited)
Nick Shaw ... Nightclub Dancer (uncredited)
Mike Waters ... Himself (uncredited)

Katia Winter ... Swede (uncredited)
Ann-Marie Woodyatt ... Nightclub Dancer (uncredited)

Directed by
Simon Fellows 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jayson Rothwell  written by

Produced by
Elisa Alvares .... associate producer
Carola Ash .... executive producer
Steffen Aumueller .... executive producer
Nicole Carmen-Davis .... executive producer
Claus Clausen .... executive producer
Larry Collins .... co-producer
Sheryl Crown .... executive producer
Laurie Hayward .... executive producer
Stephen Margolis .... executive producer
Albert Martinez Martin .... producer
Charles Salmon .... co-producer
Glenn M. Stewart .... executive producer (as Glenn Stewart)
Georgia Vestakis .... associate producer
Mark Williams .... producer
 
Original Music by
Christian Henson 
Joe Henson 
 
Cinematography by
Christopher Ross 
 
Film Editing by
Justin Krish 
 
Casting by
Alex Johnson 
 
Production Design by
Lisa Hall 
 
Art Direction by
Luke Stevens 
 
Set Decoration by
Claire Levinson 
 
Costume Design by
Alice Wolfbauer 
 
Makeup Department
Chris Lyons .... special effects teeth
Laura Schiavo .... hair designer
Laura Schiavo .... makeup designer
Sian Wilson .... makeup artist
Wakana Yoshihara .... hair stylist
Wakana Yoshihara .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Jessica Reavis .... production manager
John Watson .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Adam Byles .... third assistant director
Sarah Crisp .... second assistant director
Paul Desira .... additional third assistant director: dailies
Richard Duffy .... second assistant director
Ralph Eisenmann .... first assistant director
Janine Frank .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Prue Howard .... production buyer
Esther Jenkins .... assistant art director
Nick Pelham .... storyboard artist
Amy Simons .... stand-by art director
 
Sound Department
Christopher Atkinson .... boom operator (as Chris Atkinson)
Julian Bale .... sound assistant
Rodney Berling .... supervising sound editor
Nick Foley .... adr mixer
Frederic Gibert .... audio post supervisor
Gareth John .... sound recordist
Richard Lewis .... sound re-recording mixer
Martin Oswin .... foley mixer
Steven Parker .... sound re-recording mixer
Simon Price .... dialogue editor
Ben Whitver .... adr mixer
 
Special Effects by
Jason Troughton .... special effects supervisor
 
Visual Effects by
William Chetwynd .... visual effects artist
Paddy Eason .... visual effects co-supervisor: Stranger
David Emeny .... digital compositor: Stranger
Björn Fredriksson .... digital compositor: Stranger
Sascha Fromeyer .... digital compositor
Jonathan Harris .... digital compositor: Stranger
Jonathan Hills .... visual effects producer
Laura M. Kettle .... visual effects editor
Hugh Macdonald .... digital compositor: Stranger
Adam Rowland .... digital compositor: Stranger
Sally Spencer .... visual effects producer: Stranger
David Wahlberg .... visual effects co-supervisor: Stranger
Christopher Watson-Wood .... visual effects
Martin Wells .... digital colourist
 
Stunts
Dani Biernat .... stunt coordinator
Paul Kennington .... stunt double
Kim McGarrity .... stunt double
Gordon Seed .... stunt double
Matthew Stirling .... stunt performer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Paul Allen .... best boy
Shaun Cobley .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Warwick Drucker .... key grip
Tobias Eedy .... first assistant camera (b camera)
Ben Fordesman .... electrician
Danny Gagatt .... assistant camera
Cary Gallagher .... first assistant camera
Christian Hayes .... electrician
John Hembrough .... steadicam operator
Andy McBrearty .... gaffer
Tom Mitchell .... camera trainee
Jonathan Yates .... electrician
 
Casting Department
Hazel Cripps .... extras casting
Emily Payne .... extras casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Katarina Borosova .... costume supervisor
Libby Guy .... costume assistant
 
Editorial Department
Jon Bruce .... conform editor
William Chetwynd .... on-line editor
Lisa Clifford-Owen .... assistant editor
Alex Gascoigne .... digital intermediate assistant
Joe Jackson .... making-of editor
Laura M. Kettle .... assistant editor
Simon Smith .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Samuel Karl Bohn .... assistant to composer
Samuel Karl Bohn .... composer: source music
Goetz Botzenhardt .... score mixer
Mikael Carlsson .... soundtrack producer
Ben Foskett .... orchestrator
Richard Lewis .... music editor
Hilary Skewes .... musician contractor
Alison Wright .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Guy Adams .... location manager
Emily Blickem .... assistant production coordinator
Pablo Carrera .... production finance executive
Shoky Carter .... runner
Alice Clough .... head of business affairs
Robin Green .... production accountant
Jarone Macklin-Page .... stand in/double
Hemant R. Patel .... payroll accountant
Charlie Salmon .... floor runner
Natalie Sloan .... script supervisor
Anna-Maria Tuckey .... location assistant trainee
Charlotte Walters .... location assistant
Jennifer Whiting .... production assistant
Jade Yaxley .... production assistant
 
Thanks
Eric Williams .... special thanks
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for language, some sexual content, drug use and brief violence
Runtime:
87 min
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2.35 : 1 See more »
Certification:
Australia:M | Singapore:M18 | South Korea:15 | UK:15 | USA:R (certificate #45953)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
When Alice is sitting at the bus stop and looking around at the stickers on the wall of the bus shelter, one of the stickers is a Mark Williams Films logo sticker, which is first seen during opening credits.See more »
Quotes:
Whitey:What do I get a man who can rob anything?
Alice:What about a cake?
Whitey:Nice one Britney.
Alice:That's not my name.
Whitey:You don't know who you are, so you don't know who you're not.
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Soundtrack:
The Titty SongSee more »

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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
It's a cockney Alice in Wonderland!, 10 October 2010
Author: Dazz Camponi (dudedazzreviews@hotmail.co.uk) from United Kingdom

Malice in Wonderland kind of intrigued me because the idea and the thought of making a cockney-gangster version of the Alice in Wonderland story was a clever approach as I haven't heard of a version like it so it's unique. It could have went either way, it could have been something original yet different or it could have been a laughable idea that isn't interesting enough. Malice in Wonderland is pretty much the first. The story is clever yet average, it's clever the way they twisted the known tale of Alice but it didn't grip you in the first fifteen minutes, it took me about twenty minutes to actually get into the movie and no movie should take that long to get your attention. Even though it started quite slow, as time went on, it picked up the pace and started to get better. The acting is average, Danny Dyer plays Whitey (which is, as you've probably guessed, the equivalent to the White Rabbit) and yet again Danny Dyer is basically playing himself, as his character is the same as the other characters he's ever played in movies. However, Malice in Wonderland is the best he's ever been. The talent that shines throughout is the gorgeous Maggie Grace who plays the troubled twenty-year-old Alice. The characters were created cleverly to twist the characters in the story and added a hint of personality from the real world. The direction is done well and the cinematography is okay and it's clever the way they did it. I also loved how they borrowed some of the lines from the old movie and added them for the characters and I liked how it stuck to the original Alice in Wonderland plot and twisted it.

Overall, I was on and off about it before watching but after watching, I ended up liking it. It's an above-average movie and I enjoyed it. It's such a brilliant translation and you would like this movie if you liked Alice in Wonderland.

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