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L'odyssée d'Alice Tremblay (2002)

After reading a bedtime story to her daughter, Alice Tremblay leaves her daughter's room and enters her own fairytale. After battling a sexy big, bad wolf and saving Red Riding Hood, she ... See full synopsis »

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After reading a bedtime story to her daughter, Alice Tremblay leaves her daughter's room and enters her own fairytale. After battling a sexy big, bad wolf and saving Red Riding Hood, she encounters Prince Ludwig who helps Alice return to her world in exchange for her teaching him how to kiss so that he can pass his final exam to become Prince Charming. Along they way they meet every familiar fairytale character, though in a decidely different form or personality.

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28 June 2002 (Canada)  »

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A Odisseia de Alice  »

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Featured in L'âge des ténèbres (2007) See more »

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Prince Guillaume
Written by Pierre Poirier
Performed by Marc Béland
Music of François Dompierre
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A big disappointment
29 June 2002 | by See all my reviews

Reviews for this film were lukewarm at best while expectations were sky high: a big budget, tons of popular faces, a rather funny idea and a main actress everyone loves. The end result is a disaster. Alice Tremblay's supposedly humorous journey in fantasy world fails in every way to entertain it's audience (I didn't hear a single laugh throughout the entire presentation), going through it's page-thin story line and one-dimensional characters without a single spark, not a sign of the magic it wished it had. The 90 minutes of film here are sterile with clumsy direction and some good actors doing their best to come of as professionals in a feature that certainly couldn't seem that great an idea on the set, let alone on paper. 'L'Odyssée d'Alice Tremblay' is a collage of comic sketches, linked together with a (very) thin layer of good ideas. Avoid or boredom will haunt you.


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