Kw-logo-smaller

Alice in Wonderland DVD Review

Alice in Wonderland DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Get ready for some Disney fun with these two newly released DVDs - Alice in Wonderland: The Masterpiece Edition and The Lion King 1 1/2. These Disney DVDs will knock your socks off! - Page 2

Alice in Wonderland Masterpiece Edition

Every once in a while the folks at Disney hunt through their vaults for a classic flick to spruce up and bring to a living room near you. This time they've worked their magic on the Lewis Carroll classic Alice in Wonderland. This is the same fantastical tale your grandparents loved as kids, but it has the look and sound of a modern DVD - not to mention awesome bonus features.

Alice in Wonder(ful)land

Unless you've been living in a cave, you know that Alice is a little girl who follows a white rabbit down a hole, and ends up having a crazy adventure. Alice meets a lot of whacked-out creatures on her trek through Wonderland - a talking cat, a smoking centipede and a singing walrus, to name a few. There are enough hilarious songs and outrageous hijinks in this flick to keep you glued to the tube from start to finish.

Alice in Wonderland - Bonus Features

If you're a DVD-feature buff, you're going to love the Masterpiece Edition of Alice in Wonderland. There are intros to the movie by Walt Disney himself, original trailers (from way back in 1951), a Virtual Tea Party with the Mad Hatter, and much, much more. The old clips are pretty cool but the Virtual Tea Party seems geared towards a pretty young viewer - so you might not dig it, but your younger sibs will. If you're looking for a little low-tech fun, the DVD comes with a card game. The cards are so pretty that you won't know whether to play with them or use 'em to decorate your room.

Rating:5

Related Stories:
5 Comments

latest videos

Which pink pony is a natural leader who loves to throw big parties for all of her friends?
  • Scootaloo
  • Rainbow Dash
  • Pinkie Pie
  • Cheerilee

related stories

Micro_alice_micro
To celebrate the big six-oh (that’s 60, people!), Disney's releasing a special edition of Alice i...
Micro_dolphin-mciro
Ride the Waves with THE DOLPHIN: STORY OF A DREAMER now available. Watch this Exclusive Clip!
Micro_alice-in-wonderland-mciro
Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland is colorful and "out there!" With characters like the Mad Hatter...
Micro_alicewonderland-article
If you love movie-based games, make sure you don’t miss out on Alice In Wonderland for Wii. This ...

Entertainment in the forums

Jolly-Rancher206
Fullmetal Alchemist. Fight me. 
reply about 1 hour
KingShawn13
KingShawn13 posted in Celebs:
You guys are funny, and I needed this laugh today so thank you. Hahahahahahahahahshahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!.........
reply about 4 hours
moneekraze
moneekraze posted in Celebs:
OH MY GAWD...that show stopped showing like so many years ago...and yes she is Miley Cyrus...LOL
reply about 5 hours
kayme123
kayme123 posted in TV Shows:
YES. SOO CORRECT
reply about 8 hours
nascarawesome
nascarawesome posted in TV Shows:
Alright let me start out by saying that, I do not think you should be forced to like anime. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions out what they watch. But their is some bogus reason to why people say they hate it. 1. "Anime is For Kids" - Alright we all know this isn't true. Sure some are directed towards kids but ones like Tokyo Ghoul, Attack On Titan, Boku no Pico, and several others that would definitely change people's mind. 2. "Anime is a bad influence" - And Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, and Walking Dead arent?  3. "Anime has very inappropriate messages to them that are harmful to children and adults" - Doesnt everything have their little "parodies" of the original that may have a rating of Triple X? If its out there, there is a "parody" of it. Not just anime.
reply about 8 hours

play online games