Review: Through the Looking Glass


It’s time to go back down the rabbit hole of fun and craziness as the whimsical heartfelt girl believed in 6 impossible things before breakfast, returns to our hearts as Disney’s Alice Through The Looking Glass. Takes audiences back to Wonderland as this extraordinary adventure now playing in theaters everywhere.
Directed by James Bobin, He brings his own unique vision to the visually-stunning world Tim Burton created on screen with Alice in Wonderland, the film is based on characters created by Lewis Carroll.
Full of laughter, heart, soul and imagination, and visually stunning, it is the messages of Alice Through The Looking Glass that will stay with you long after the last credits have rolled. Alice Through the Looking Glass reunites the cast from Burton’s 2010 worldwide phenomenon, including Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, Mia Wasikowska, Matt Lucas and Helena Bonham Carter and introduces new characters played by Rhys Ifans and Sacha Baron Cohen. Also back are the talented voices of Alan Rickman, Stephen Fry, Michael Sheen, Timothy Spall, Barbara Windsor and Paul Whitehouse, who are joined by Matt Vogel.


Full of hope and promises leaving the theater you will want to tackle those things that had always scared you, or that you let others convince you that were impossible to do. From the moment the movie opens you see Alice captain of her own ship taking on the sea and her dreams, never once downed by what would surely be awful odds in the hands of a lesser person, you come away with the knowledge that if you believe, nothing is impossible.
As Alice returns to the past, crossing paths with friends and enemies at different points in their lives, and sets off for a race across the Oceans of Time to escape the Red Queen and Time and save the Hatter… before time runs out.



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