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Alice In Wonderland Movie Review

When Alice escapes down the rabbit hole for a second time, Wonderland is even curiouser than she remembers. Check out Kidzworld’s review of the new Alice in Wonderland! Back to Article

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-08-01 14:39:32 -0700

Watched it, It's good

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-.Oath.-_2273921
-.Oath.-_2273921 wrote:
2013-05-27 16:56:27 -0700

Ha, That I figured AllInWonderland. ♥

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-.Oath.-_2273921 wrote:
2013-05-27 16:43:34 -0700

Alice in wonderland is by far the most amazing movie. My personal Favorite. The Cheshire Cat Most Emotionless of them all Just drifts About. The madd Hatter Who claims to be mad because he talks to himself? Of things of the past. And Alice, The craziest Of them all sick of the real world so sh-- she creates her own. but forgets who she is? is Sick of Sane and wants the insane the explainable the Adventure An the fear of it all. The question Alice has got me asking where is this rabbit hole?

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AllyInWonderland
AllyInWonderland wrote:
2013-05-27 16:42:43 -0700

This is my favorite movie ♥

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werewolflover123
werewolflover123 wrote:
2012-12-29 12:47:09 -0800

I love this movie ^_^

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Favorite Alice in Wonderland Character?

  • Alice, of course.
  • The Queen of Hearts.
  • The White Rabbit.
  • The Cheshire Cat.

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