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Alice's Misadventures in Wonderland (2004)

A contemporary remake of Lewis Carroll's classic "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland", Alice finds herself bored and fed up with the world around her. When she is offered the chance to know ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Alice Liddell (as Maggie Henry)
Cullen Carr ...
Kat (as Chris Carr)
Melba Sibrel King ...
The Duchess (as Melba Sibrel)
Kyle Holman ...
Her Hatta
Chris Garrison ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Barry Austin ...
Creed Bowlen ...
The King A.D.
News anchor
William Cleckler ...
Nick Crawford ...
2, 5, and 7
Hot tub mom
Reagan Denson ...
Mumble Mouth
Hunter Lawley ...
Jack Heart
Michael Leslie ...
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A contemporary remake of Lewis Carroll's classic "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland", Alice finds herself bored and fed up with the world around her. When she is offered the chance to know all the answers to all her life's questions, she takes it, and falls deep into the demented world of Wonderland. Written by Anonymous

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$30,000 (estimated)

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1.78 : 1
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What a disappointment.
26 September 2004 | by (Birmingham, Alabama) – See all my reviews

After waiting for what felt like forever for this film to be finished and shown somewhere that I could see it, it finally happened. The premier was last night at the Sidewalk Motion Picture festival in Birmingham, Alabama.

I, being a GIGANTIC Alice in Wonderland fanatic, was as close to first in line as one can be when showing up 3 hours before a film starts. I used this time to view the amazing film before A.M.I.W., Dandelion.

Now perhaps the AMTW wasn't was bad as I think it was, but the fact that it followed such a great movie and a pretty funny short (Dysenchanted), I left the movie feeling very let down and a little confused as to why I didn't like it. Then the answer came... the people who were there that were laughing a lot were the cast and creators of the film. I feel fairly comfortable saying that 60%+ of the cast and crew were at the screening.

The Movie itself was like a long and painful inside joke for the cast and crew. The humor in the film was dated, about two years too old and was incessantly beat to death. And I do mean BEAT TO DEATH. The Duchess rap was comical for the first 30 seconds, but after that it was just tiresome and generally uncomfortable to watch. The Cheshire Cat/Gay Best Friend was a genius idea that again was beat to death for about 7-9 minutes. The (drag)Queen was funny and original also, but way too played out were her/his voice, mannerisms and time on screen. These are but a few of the things that bothered me and left me going, "wow, I sure am glad that I got to see Dandelion before this, so that tonight isn't a total bust".

I'm sorry to all of my friends who are in this movie and sorry for all the people I told to go watch this movie under the impression that it was going to be the next best thing. I'm also sorry that I didn't like it, for I wanted to so badly.

I want to support independent movies and especially independent films in Alabama, but I think I would rather watch re-runs of my least favorite television shows than see this atrocity of a film again. I don't want my money back, I want my time back. Better luck next time.

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