I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy tears, behold I will heal thee.
2Kings 20:5

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Alice In Wonderland

***I promise not to give anything away about the movie. .

NO SPOILERS~ I promise!!
I just thought I would write about my thoughts on the new movie "ALICE IN WONDERLAND", since that is what Bryan and I watched tonight. We were smart and watched it in 3D IMAX!! It's a good thing too. . . because I would have been disappointed otherwise. I found myself intrigued mostly by the awesomeness that is 3D now days. . . but a little bored with the pace of the movie. Which is very similar to the original (expected though). I enjoyed the storyline and really liked the characters! Personally, from judging by the trailers, I expected MORE! I expected to be blown away, but it fell a little shy of the WOW factor for me. All in all it was creative, imaginative, kinda bizarre (in a good way), and not too long. . thank goodness! I would not spend money to watch this again at the theaters, but I might buy it when it comes out on DVD.

One thing I want to make sure to add is that it would be a good family film! There is no swearing (yeah!) and the violence isn't anything your children aren't desensitized to anyways (hahah) But seriously, not a lot of violence~ The Cheshire Cat is really great!! And in case you don't recognize the Queen of Hearts' right hand man, just think of this "Hi, I'm George, George McFLy. . and I am your density. . ." Yep! you got it :)

It WAS very entertaining and they took an interesting twist to the story. So go watch it, but I do recommend the 3D version!

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