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Alice Through The Looking Glass (3D)
Alice returns to the whimsical world of Underland and travels back in time to save the Mad Hatter.
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Alice Through The Looking Glass (3D)

English
AdventureBlack / Dark ComedyFantasy
27 May, 2016
1 hrs 54 mins
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1,299 votes
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An all-new spectacular adventure featuring the unforgettable characters from Lewis Carroll`s beloved stories.
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Though the sequel to Tim Burton`s Alice in Wonderland (2010) is visually stunning, it lacks the quirky gothic twist that Burton lent to the franchise. His unique imagination and live-action take on Lewis Carroll`s children`s classic put it on a pedestal. ...Read full review
What is truly interesting about this film is that it generates conflict without having a real villain. It has a generosity of spirit to its characters that is quite rare in todays run of epic hero-versus-villain showdowns. Its a genuine family movie, enjoyable to kids and adults both, with only small weaknesses. Its amazing special effects, good dialogue and genuine spirit of fun and adventure make it a film worth seeing. ...Read full review
It doesnt take too long to understand the kind of film Alice Through the Looking Glass is, or at least, the kind of film its trying to be. Its not an adaptation of Lewis Carrolls second Alice novel. It has no social commentary on its mind. Its barely even a sequel to Tim Burtons original 2010 film. But heres the catch: It isnt trying to be any of those movies. The film is simply a lavish, effects-laden fantasy adventure that happens to be populated with familiar faces. It just is. So isnt that how it should be treated? ...Read full review