A film review on the 1951 film 'Alice in wonderland' based on the book by Lewis Carroll.

I'm Louie and I am going to review the 1951 film Alice in wonderland based on the book by Lewis Carroll.

A film review on the 1951 film 'Alice in wonderland' based on the book by Lewis Carroll.

I'm Louie and I am going to review the 1951 film Alice in wonderland based on the book by Lewis Carroll. It was directed by Wilfred Jackson, Clyde Geronimi and Hamilton Luske.  It is a great film about a girl who falls into a dream world. Alice falls down a rabbit hole into a room when following the white rabbit. She shrinks and gets washed away by her tears into a fantasy wonderland where flowers can talk and mice can sing. However, she does not know how to get out. It is a unique script with funny characters. It is a funny, fabulous, fantasy film that will make you laugh, cry and smile.

 I would rate it 8/10 on picture, 10/10 on creativity and 9/10 overall. 

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  • Carol Leach

    On 13 March 2022, 14:21 Carol Leach commented:

    great review and a good analysis of the film

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