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March 15, 2010



Hi Alice, Haven't seen the movie yet...still want to but with so muchness going on it's difficult to find time...usually late most days it seems anymore. Wishing you a great week too ... Much friendship ~ Rebecca ;-)


Seems to me our own Imagination can create the best trip in Wonderland as we journey thru the pages of a book...

Tracie~My Petite Maison

Hi Alice,
This movie is playing at our little town theatre and I would love to see it before it vanishes from town. I too find myself looking at the sets of movies and looking for inspiration in them. I'm not loving the Anne Hathaway look either but will give her a chance as the White Queen. Thanks for the heads up, I actually love, love, love the Disney version movie and have since I was a kid and was Alice one year for Halloween. Happy week (the Sun's shining here! ;)


hello Alice!
i can't tell you the last time i went to the movies.....when we have someone to watch the kiddos we go out to eat :) i loved your post though, thank you for sharing your thoughts! have a nice week. susan


I am reading the Alice books for the first time as we speak. I wanted to read the original first before I saw the movie. Your not alone in your critique of it, but I'll go and see it anyway.


I have seen it too with my 3d glasses on!
I love JDepp and his hattersdesise!
The white queen I liked less of all!
but all together I loved the movie and the story!


I ditto anna's comment, although I didn't see it in 3d (motion sickness, you know) I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE johnny depp!!! He can play any part!!!

movie was fun and we haven't been to the theatre in a long time, I was disappointed that I still had to wear my distance glasses......getting old (sigh) ... guess i'll stick to the dvd's when they come out and watch them at home UP CLOSE!

great post honey!


Margaret Bouwmeester

I loved the movie and I am sure I will watch it again, I felt the same about the white queen, but the others are so interesting!!! I am trying to find my muchness..... so much to do!
Margaret B

Cheryl ~ Casual Cottage Chic

Here are some of my favorite quotes from Alice In Wonderland:

Cheshire Cat "Well! I've often seen a cat without a grin; but a grin without a cat! It's the most curious thing I ever saw in my life!"

White Rabbit "Oh my fur and whiskers!"

Dutchess "If everybody minded their own business, the world would go around a great deal faster than it does."

Mock Turtle "Well, I never heard it before, but it sounds uncommon nonsense."

Thank you, dearest Alice, for the pics in your blog and critic of the AIW movie ;-)


I'm just not much of a fan of the whole group. Kind of dark looking to me. But, I know that lots of folks have loved this film. I guess it's each to his own. Thanks for the review. Charlene

Julie Marie

Hi Alice, I am actually not even going to see the movie... I haven't really talked to anyone who enjoyed it as much as they thought they would... I am also re~reading my old copy of Alice in Wonderland... seems like YOU are Alice in Wonderland about now with all of the wonderful things going on in your life! I loved your post as guest curator on Etsy! xoxo Julie Marie Doggie kisses Renoir! PS New email since my "hacker" incident!


I've been wanting to see the movie also there is something about fairy tales and I've always loved Alice in Wonderland there has always been something about the characters and the colors that I loved I can't wait to see what you'll create keep us posted Alice.

Tina Pfeiffer

The story didn't flow so well, the acting was lacking a bit overall (even the normally wonderful Depp), and yes, I felt the bit of disappointment as well. But the sets, costumes, music, and the editing were divine!

lorraine lewis

I loved the movie but the White Queen was a disapointment- I thought Alice was lovely.


I agree about The White Queen but I was delighted with the movie....the set...costumes and all the wonderful words kept me going. I would really like to see it again. xoxo

Amy Case

I agree. Anne Hathaway was mis-cast in my opinion. There were some charming bits to the movie, and though I'm not a huge Tim Burton fan (too dark for me) I admire his vision and talent. Alice herself was delightful.

When in doubt, just read the book (-:



Hi Alice,
I haven't seen the movie yet, and I hope to go next weekend!!!
Have a nice afternoon


I came over here from Laughing With Angels...she said you have a beautiful blog, and you do.
some of you bloggers out there really have alot of Muchness about your blogs

Janet Wecker Frisch

Can't wait to see this, making this a date soon!

Fifi Flowers

I'm looking forward to seeing this movie... I'm sure I will need to see it a few times to truly enjoy all the graphics!

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