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watch it: “Alice in Wonderland (1903)”

Wherein we see that FX have been a part of cinema from the very beginning. Too bad the film is so damaged: Thank the British Film Institute’s National Archive that the film is in at least passably watchable shape: The first-ever film version of Lewis Carroll’s tale has recently been restored by the BFI National … more…

Alice in Wonderland (review)

We should thank Tim Burton for his *Alice in Wonderland,* for it does one thing extraordinarily well: It reminds us that James Cameron really did achieve something new and astonishing with *Avatar.*

Alice (review)

More’s the pity that it ends up feeling pointless and empty and humorless, for it starts off rather intriguing, this modern update of Lewis Carroll’s classic novel…