In 1905, a teenage Alice has just moved to the Pacific Northwest. She follows a mysterious man down a rabbit hole, leading her into Wonderland, a dark and curious world inhabited by ...
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In 1905, a teenage Alice has just moved to the Pacific Northwest. She follows a mysterious man down a rabbit hole, leading her into Wonderland, a dark and curious world inhabited by characters from turn-of-the-century America and the Pacific Northwest.Written by
Wonderland is apparently set in the future, as a bowl full of modern Schlage (invented in 1920) and Kwikset (the famous "K" design key came out in 1958) keys meet Alice. See more »
When Alice has a flashback to her as a younger child with her mother, the actress playing young Alice obviously has modern nail polish on her nails. While coloring nails is thousands of years old (it dates back at least to 3000BC China), nail varnish or nail lacquer only dates to 1916. Before that, nails were "polished" in the same sense as you can "polish" silver-meaning to buff until shiny. (That is actually where nail polish gets its name.) The coloring generally came from using some sort of stain, and was done in a separate step from the buffing. When the first modern nail lacquers came out in 1916, it was a clear lacquer meant to save people the time spent buffing their nails to a shine. The first colored nail lacquer came out in the 1920s. Red nail polish, like that worn by the actress, did not come into vogue until Rita Hayworth in the 1940s. See more »
Literally the worst acting I've ever seen in my life. This is an amateur B movie and the acting is awful by even those standards. Anyone involved with making or "acting" in this "film" should find a new line of work. It's current 3.0 rating is waaaaay too high. I've neve3r been more outraged by something for wasting my time in such a way. You can't find any kind of entertainment value in it being so bad like with sharknado because it takes itself too seriously despite sucking so bad. If I ever see anything like this ever again I may lose all hope for humanity for producing something so dreadfully abysmally bad. Anyone involved should be blacklisted from every producing anything that could ever be viewed by anyone for the rest of time.
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