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Alice in Wonderland (Three-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo w/Digital Copy + Film Cell Photo Frame) (Amazon.com Exclusive)


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Please note: This edition of the film is not in 3D. Also, we recommend customers with older Blu-ray players update their player firmware to ensure successful playback of this product. More information about Blu-ray player firmware updates can be found here. In addition, this product contains a digital copy. An activation code can be found on a sheet of paper inside the product case along with a physical disc with instructions on how to redeem the code to receive the Digital Copy.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Johnny Depp, Mia Wasikowska, Helena Bonham Carter, Anne Hathaway
  • Directors: Tim Burton
  • Format: Multiple Formats
  • Language: English
  • Studio: Walt Disney Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: June 1, 2010
  • Run Time: 108 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,030 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003HC8ITI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #270,658 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Alice in Wonderland (Three-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo w/Digital Copy + Film Cell Photo Frame) (Amazon.com Exclusive)" on IMDb

Special Features

Finding Alice The Mad Hatter
The Futterwacken Dance
The Red Queen
Time-Lapse: Sculpting the Red Queen
The White Queen
Scoring Wonderland
Effecting Wonderland
Stunts Of Wonderland
Making the Proper Size
Cakes of Wonderland
Tea Party Props

Editorial Reviews

Product Description

This piece is an Amazon exclusive, can not be purchased anywhere else. It is limited to 3500 pieces.

Each piece includes real film frames* from the movie and has a certificate of Authenticity on the back. On the front there is a plaque that includes the name of movie and the limited edition number. Frame measures 11-inches by 13-inches.

*Frames of film used in the image may vary in the actual product received. Comes assembled and ready to hang in a nice black frame. Made in the USA

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Customer Reviews

The visuals are great, and the acting is very good as well.
Yang Ruan
In some places I feel like he tried to be weird just because he is Tim Burton and he knows people expect it, so at times the movie felt forced and tired.
Amazon Customer
Burton style film is perfect for Alice in Wonderland story.
TMJohannessen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

214 of 255 people found the following review helpful By Dan-Fabian Parra on April 17, 2010
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
In spite of having to read many negative reviews, I was still curious to see this movie. I not a huge Burton fan neither, although I've enjoyed some of his previous work. But it was something about «Alice in Wonderland» which seemed appealing; its visual look and its quirky characters. Still I had in mind the several hostile reviews, which accused this movie to be a flat, soulless and muddled attempt of a classic, which I also feared it would. But after finally seeing the movie, I can claim my disagreement with the reviewers. In fact, I'm not sure if we even saw the same movie. What exactly was so terrible about it?

Overall, I found «Alice in Wonderland» to be very entertaining. I feared that the movie would lose some of it's magic as the main character entered to Wonderland, but fortunately it never did. I enjoyed the movie from the very start to its very end. It's a cute fantasy/adventure movie, equal to the «Harry Potter» and the «Narnia» flicks (although I personally felt «Prince Caspain» had some slight weaknesses). But beware; there are some frightening creatures that may scare the youngest in the audience, so the PG rating is suitable.

One of the films biggest advantages is it visuals. With it lush and dark landscapes, cute animals and colorful costumes, the flick is beautifully to look at and I can't wait to enjoy the sharpness of the picture on Blu Ray. The score of Danny Elfman is effective and gives the movie a dreamy, atmospheric tone. The characters are mostly passable. They don't steal the show entirely, but neither do they appear as distractive or annoying.
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95 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Monkdude on April 17, 2010
Format: Blu-ray
For starters, it seems that everyone I know is shocked when I tell them that this Alice in Wonderland is a sequel of sorts. At the age of 19 and about to be forced into marriage, this is Alice's second trip to Wonderland. I'm glad Tim Burton and his team came up with a new story that still featured all the great characters from the original source material. That's also where the weakest part of the movie lies. The dialogue given to the characters is great, but the script is razor thin. I think if more effort went into this particular aspect, I might have given it five stars.

I saw it in IMAX 3-D and the visuals are as grand and beautiful as you would expect from Burton. It's not quite as eye-popping as Avatar, which was shot completely in IMAX 3-D, whereas, Alice in Wonderland was upconverted (Clash of the Titans did the same thing to bad effect). The music by Danny Elfman is some of his best stuff in recent years and the costumes/makeup are top notch.

Aside from the look of film, the acting also makes it very memorable. There are so many well animated and voice acted characters running around I don't know where to begin. I guess I'll start with those made of flesh and blood. I didn't like Depp's take on Willy Wonka that much, and I'm a big fan of his, but his Mad Hatter is just the right amount of crazy. His voice goes back and forth from having a lisp to sounding like William Wallace from Braveheart. His look is so jarring, you probably wouldn't even know it was him if you somehow dodged all the advertisements before entering the theater. Helena Bonham Carter played the Red Queen brilliantly. I couldn't take my eyes off her giant head.
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70 of 85 people found the following review helpful By John D. Muir on September 5, 2010
Format: DVD
Most of the many attempts at filming Alice In Wonderland haven't been particularly successful, for two reasons. First, directors seem to feel that the movie must have a strong male character. Lewis Carroll didn't give them one (all the male characters in the books are rather spineless and feeble) so they invent their own, usually, for some reason, the Mad Hatter. Second, they misread the character of Alice. In the book she is headstrong, inquisitive and feisty; she dominates the other characters even as she takes part in their fantastic world. She is not a spectator, watching what they do, but a full participant, accepting. or more often rejecting, their view of life. She's not, nor is she meant to be, a nice girl meekly accepting what befalls her.

Unfortunately, Tim Burton's 'Alice' falls into both these traps. Instead of being a passing character Alice meets along the way, the Mad Hatter becomes central to the film and in doing so destroys much of the point of the tale. Alice herself, though she has her moments of rebellion, is played far too passively; she's more often merely watching what goes on in Wonderland. In making her character too detached, Burton loses the involvement that the audience should feel and which has made the books so successful for so long.

On the plus side, Wonderland itself is marvelously realized. I love the bright colors, the ever-more-convincing computer graphics and the strange flora and fauna which inhabit this suitably dream-like place. Everything looks as it's supposed to- distorted versions of reality, only possible in the imagination. The story meanders far from the original tales, but I have no problem with that, as long as it holds together. Tim Burton is the master at making a fantasy world come to life.

It's a fun movie to watch. It just doesn't make the audience feel involved.
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