11:48:39 AM Nov 13th 2011
Removed. The example could be returned after finding the correct trope. Compensating for Something is specifically males with sexual inadequacies.
- Compensating for Something: The Red Queen surrounds herself with courtiers with abnormally large appendages. Except for the Knave (who really is seven feet tall and possessing abnormally lengthy limbs), they're all wearing prosthetics, unbeknownst to her. Considering her head probably makes up a third of her body weight, she probably didn't like sticking out so much.
06:32:30 PM Aug 18th 2010
what happened to the Too Dumb to Live entry?
10:43:12 PM Apr 10th 2010
You ask me, this wasn't Johnny's best work. From what I heard he totally stole the show. Imagine my suprise on seeing it to find that he was barely noticable compared to most other characters, particularly the Red Queen.
02:48:05 AM Mar 15th 2010
I'd like to point out that according to one of the movie tie in books, Alice's last name is spelt Kingsleigh.
01:13:29 PM Jul 15th 2011
Though according to the original script it's spelt Kingsley. http://www.joblo.com/scripts/Alice%20in%20Wonderland.pdf
12:31:24 AM Mar 10th 2010
Not really sure where, if anywhere, this should go:
- Alice In Wonderland, as a movie, has an abundance of eye tropes. Nearly every character, including Alice, has exaggerated or unique eyes. Even the Dormouse gets a close up of its eyes. And the Hatter's eyes are part of a very subtle scene transition.
02:20:34 AM Mar 9th 2010