Alice in Wonderland is based on a book written by this guy whose name alludes me. When I was in school I read both books. You know, Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. Both books were a satire to the monarchy and the Upper class of England. Heck, the Queen of Hearts was a satire of Queen Elizabeth. She acted nice, but had a fiery temper. The book itself simply described things. It had no dialogues. Everything was just one very long narration. Plus, it looked as if it was written by someone flying high. Its a major wonder how Alice in Wonderland came to be considered a children's book.
Oh well, that point aside, Disney made a movie out of classical book. The movie is a fission of both of Alice's stories. The beginning is taken from the First part of the book. The movie begins with Alice chasing after the white Rabbit. After she falls down the rabbit hole, she winds up in Wonderland. The rest of the movie has Alice trying to return home. This movie invokes a common fear of children. Most kids are afraid of getting lost and not finding their way home.
Like a regular kid, Alice talks to strangers. She slept through the "Do no Speak to Strangers" lecture. If you think about it, Wonderland is like the real world. Well, its a dolled up version of the real world. There you deal with a lot of weirdoes and sometimes you get into bad neighborhoods. I liked a lot the part were Alice was singing with the flowers. Its pretty neat how they represent vain aristocratic ladies. I think that is everything worth mentioning. Like we all know, Disney is master of imagery and kids musicals. In any case, Disney's Alice in Wonderland movie deserves 5 stars rating. You know, the 2010 movie was not hilarious. I really did not like that new version of the movie. It was pretty stupid.