Hello, I'm Christopher and I am going to review the film Alice in Wonderland (1951) based on the book by Lewis Carroll. It is a animated musical fantasy comedy. It is directed by Wilfred Jackson, Clyde Geronimi and Hamilton Luske. The movie is about a girl who wanders down a rabbit hole and is transported to the magical world of wonderland. Alice chases a white Rabbit, the viewer is left wondering will she catch it and make it home for dinner? The main Characters are Alice played by Kathryn Beaumont, the mad hatter by Ed Wynn, The caterpillar by Richard Haydn, The Cheshire cat by Stearling Holloway, Queen of heart by Verna Felton and The white rabbit by Bill Thompson. The strongest Actress is Kathryn Beaumont who plays Alice as she makes you feel what Alice is feeling using her voice, Its not a familiar script. The movie is a animation so it relies on the drawings to tell the story. If you like mystery, Imagination and chaos you will be sure to love this film. It is a magical movie full of laughs. I learnt from watching the film that using lots of bright colours in your work creates a good film to watch. It could be fun to go down a rabbit hole and explore the world below the ground. Also I learnt in life we need to be adaptable like Alice throughout the story and to stand up for yourself. The film inspired me to maybe be a Film director, cartoonist or animator. I enjoyed watching the film as I have a big Imagination and so does Alice. Some bits in the film were funny and made me laugh, whilst other bits were sad and some other bits were just weird. Also I really like the fact that Alice was chasing the Rabbit but in the end it got her nowhere, this shows you don't always achieve anything from following others. The film inspired me to stand up for myself.
Disney Alice in wonderland film review.
I have chose to review the Disney film 'Alice in Wonderland' (based on the book by Lewis Carroll) 1951. I chose this Film as the story line and film looked good to review for my film review for my bronze Art award.
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On 11 March 2022, 19:53 Carol Leach commented:
great review Christopher, I too liked the colour work