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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Walt Disney Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 31 Oct. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (456 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003IMS3PG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,684 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The marriage of director Tim Burton with the darker edges of the Alice In Wonderland story seems, on paper, to be an impressive match. And to a point, it is: Burton’s film explodes with colour and style, bringing a real sense of imagination to the classic Lewis Carroll stories. Alice In Wonderland isn’t perfect, though. It’s, at heart, far more conventional than you may be expecting, and the beefing up of the Mad Hatter’s role to accommodate the casting of Johnny Depp is problematic. That said, Depp’s performance is fine, even if it’s Helena Bonham-Carter who steals every scene she’s in. And Burton also wisely casts a strong supporting cast of British thespians, who don’t get enough screen time, but make the most of what they get. The end result, however, is a fun telling of an engaging story. And while Tim Burton’s take on Alice In Wonderland is far from the best filmed take on the source material, it’s nonetheless a solid family movie. It also looks stunning on Blu-ray. The colourful production design comes across wonderfully well, in vibrant 1080p, and the enveloping sound mix matches it too. And given how often the film is likely to be re-spun over the years, it’s easily the best way to own the film. --Jon Foster --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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33 of 37 people found the following review helpful By @GeekZilla9000 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 8 July 2010
Format: Blu-ray
Alice in Wonderland is a familiar tale, it's been told many times and there are countless film adaptations (including the `fifties animated Disney film). Instead of retelling an already established story, Tim Burton has instead created a sequel of sorts where an older Alice revisits the place she recalls from a recurring dream.

When I heard that there was to be a new Alice in Wonderland film made I was doubtful that it could work, but when I read that Tim Burton was directing I knew it would be in safe hands - he is one of only a few directors I could imagine creating a world with the gothic, otherworldly appearance required. The result is a fresh look at well known characters in a different adventure, so Burton has the freedom to break from the original without upsetting purists - as long as he stays true to the characters of course.

The general look of the characters and their surroundings is both magical and whimsical, it resembles the illustrations I remember from my Lewis Carroll book while also looking new. It has the trademark Burton look and has the usual collaboration with Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, and perhaps more essentially, Danny Elfman. The cast has been chosen with care, most characters are CGI and the voices behind them convey the various animals and people well.

The characters seem to be in keeping with both the original book and established idea of what the cast should be like through years of various re-tellings. The Hatter could perhaps have been darker, but the pseudo-schizophrenic mania and colourful look are enough to bring him to life. He's given a personal history too to give extra depth, there's also a great flashback to the original meeting of the young Alice with the tea party which marries the new story with the old.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Peter Cavendish on 3 May 2011
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I missed the film at the cinema because performances were booked up weeks in a row. For some bizarre reason, Disney doesn't allow you to buy the Blu-Ray separately. Here, I will cover two issues: whether Blu-ray is really better than DVD and if the film is any good.

I was unsure about the benefits of Blu-ray. With this combo pack, I was able to freeze duplicate scenes by playing the discs in my Blu-ray player and DVD recorder. What struck me was how the picture with DVD was squashed. The country house in the beginning looks smaller and less detailed. With Blu-ray there is more detail on screen and the whole of my large screen TV was filled. However, my DVD recorder lacks upscaling and so when the DVD version was played back on my Blu-ray player, I have to say the differences seemed less obvious and the DVD picture was much improved. I think the benefits of Blu-ray are better realised on a very large screen (40-50 inches) rather than on my 32 inch screen. Considering this, I think I will stay with DVDs, except for the odd special film. At least until prices come down generally (this pack is selling for nearly £25 at HMV!).

I have one complaint with the operation of the Blu-ray disc. Loading of the movie can take a while. I have a new player but whenever I stopped the movie for a few minutes to take a break, I had to play the movie from the very start (eg "select language") and then, after a few minutes, it picked up from the last point where I stopped. This was very frustrating. As this is an enhanced disc with many extra features (like Blu-ray Live) , it is possible that older players will need to a firmware update to access the features of this disc properly, according to the on-screen warning .
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Format: DVD
Not being a Tim Burton fan (much to the dismay of some of my friends), I've been debating about his new version of Alice in Wonderland almost since I first heard about it. But curiosity got the better of me, and I went to see it. This certainly isn't the Wonderland of the books (and combines elements from both of Lewis Carroll's famous tales), but if you can get past that, you'll find it very enjoyable.

It's been thirteen years since Alice (Mia Wasikowska) first visited Wonderland. Now a young woman of nineteen, she is about to become engaged, only she isn't sure if she wants to get married.

And that's when Alice starts seeing a rabbit in a waistcoat again. Curious, she follows him down a giant rabbit hole and lands in Wonderland. Everyone there seems to remember her, but she doesn't remember any of it. They are expecting Alice to free them from the reign of the Red Queen (Helena Bonham Carter). But Alice doesn't think she is the Alice they think she is. Can she free them?

I knew going into this that we were dealing with the Alice of the books, and I was glad. If I had been expecting that, I would have been highly disappointed. That's not to say there aren't plenty of nods to the source material. Obviously, the characters are the same. Plenty of references are made to the most famous aspects of the books, which kept this fan smiling.

By ditching the books, this movie is able to tell one coherent story instead of a series of encounters Alice has with the strange creatures. Everything is woven together quite well, and I liked where the story went. This isn't to say that the story was original. In fact, I found the predictability of the story to be one of the biggest flaws with the movie.
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