History Disney / AliceInWonderland

12th Nov '17 5:39:37 PM LadyFanFareKid
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* AdaptedOut: By necessity, many of the original characters were cut for pacing. Most notably The Duchess, who lends some of her personality to the Queen Of Hearts, the Mock Turtle, the Griffin, the Mouse and the Knave Of Hearts. The Jabberwock is also omitted, although a few lines from the Jabberwocky poem remain.

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* AdaptedOut: By necessity, many of the original characters were cut for pacing. Most notably The Duchess, who lends some of her personality to the Queen Of Hearts, the Mock Turtle, the Griffin, the Mouse and the Knave Of Hearts. The Jabberwock is was also planned to be in the movie despite being from a poem only in Through the Looking Glass, the sequel to the Alice In Wonderland book, but was omitted, although a few lines from the Jabberwocky poem remain.
9th Nov '17 7:52:25 PM Kissinger113
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* KangarooCourt: Alice's trial. For starters, the queen was intending to pronounce sentence ''before the verdict had been decided'' had the king not intervened. Next, the Mad Hatter, the march hare and the dormouse all serve as witnesses providing absolutely nothing of value to the case, yet the court considers it of vital importance. And finally, the trial is interuppted to celebrate the queen's unbirthday (much to Alice's annnoyance)

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* KangarooCourt: Alice's trial. For starters, the queen was intending to pronounce sentence ''before the verdict had been decided'' had the king not intervened. Next, the Mad Hatter, the march hare March Hare and the dormouse Dormouse all serve as witnesses witnesses, providing absolutely nothing of value to the case, yet the court considers it of vital importance. And finally, the trial is interuppted interupted to celebrate the queen's unbirthday (much to Alice's annnoyance)
9th Nov '17 7:43:57 PM Kissinger113
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** The White Rabbit. Alice (accidentally) demolishes his house, the Dodo demolishes all his furniture, and that's before the Mad Hatter gets hold of his poor, poor watch...

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** The White Rabbit. Alice (accidentally) demolishes his house, the Dodo demolishes ruins all his furniture, and that's before the Mad Hatter gets hold of his poor, poor watch...
18th Oct '17 12:10:19 PM Sabrewing
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* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: Alice tells Dinah that her ideal world would be nothing but nonsense and describes it at length (and in song). She's less than pleased by the resulting journey to Wonderland.
4th Oct '17 7:12:46 AM ginsengaddict
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* CatharticExhalation: The Queen of Hearts exploits this trope, fanning herself after she cheats at croquet.
28th Sep '17 10:39:40 AM CanTheKManDoIt
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* AdaptedOut: By necessity, many of the original characters were cut for pacing. Most notably The Duchess, who lends some of her personality to the Queen Of Hearts, the Mock Turtle, the Griffin, the Mouse and the Knave Of Hearts.

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* AdaptedOut: By necessity, many of the original characters were cut for pacing. Most notably The Duchess, who lends some of her personality to the Queen Of Hearts, the Mock Turtle, the Griffin, the Mouse and the Knave Of Hearts. The Jabberwock is also omitted, although a few lines from the Jabberwocky poem remain.
22nd Aug '17 6:23:48 AM tropower
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* DarkerAndEdgier: This movie is clearly darker than the original book. Why? The cards that the Queen sentences to decapitation. In the book, the King pardons them. In this movie, though, they don't get any mercy like that.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Except when it's not. This movie is clearly darker than version does have its moments, though, such as the original book. Why? The cards that the Queen sentences to decapitation. In the book, the King pardons them. In this movie, though, they don't get any mercy like that.



* FalseFriend: The Cheshire cat. He gives Alice horrible advice on who to ask for help, get her in trouble with the queen constantly, and causes a big chase scene at the end with everyone in Wonderland after Alice. Too bad Alice didn't realize this sooner about him..

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* FalseFriend: The Cheshire cat. He gives Alice horrible advice on who to ask for help, get gets her in trouble with the queen constantly, and causes a big chase scene at the end with everyone in Wonderland after Alice. Too bad Alice didn't realize this sooner about him..him...



* RandomEventsPlot: There is no real story going on; the whole film is about Alice going through a stream of conscious series of RandomEncounters with the bizarre residents of Wonderland.

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* RandomEventsPlot: There is no real story going on; on (other than Alice trying to get back home); the whole film is about Alice going through a stream of conscious series of RandomEncounters RandomEncounters[[note]]No, not [[RolePlayingGame those]] kinds. This was long before pen and paper RPGS, let alone video games (as we know them).[[/note]] with the bizarre residents of Wonderland.
24th Jul '17 6:16:49 PM Kayube
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* Oh Crap!: The Queen of Hearts gets this reaction when she witnesses Alice growing rapidly in the courtroom.

Alice gets this twice. First, when she realizes she has shrunk back to her normal size and is at the Queen's mercy. Then when she sees the Queen and the other wonderland residents approaching her while she is trapped at the door trying to escape wonderland.

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* Oh Crap!: OhCrap: The Queen of Hearts gets this reaction when she witnesses Alice growing rapidly in the courtroom.

courtroom.
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Alice gets this twice. First, when she realizes she has shrunk back to her normal size and is at the Queen's mercy. Then when she sees the Queen and the other wonderland residents approaching her while she is trapped at the door trying to escape wonderland.
wonderland.
24th Jul '17 6:03:24 PM johman
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*Oh Crap!: The Queen of Hearts gets this reaction when she witnesses Alice growing rapidly in the courtroom.

Alice gets this twice. First, when she realizes she has shrunk back to her normal size and is at the Queen's mercy. Then when she sees the Queen and the other wonderland residents approaching her while she is trapped at the door trying to escape wonderland.
3rd Jul '17 11:52:46 PM MrMediaGuy2
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* ChromicArrangement: During the tea party sequence, Alice is blue, the Mad Hatter is green, and the March Hare is red.

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* ChromicArrangement: ChromaticArrangement: During the tea party sequence, Alice is blue, the Mad Hatter is green, and the March Hare is red.
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