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Helena Bonham Carter as the Red Queen in "Alice Through the Looking Glass."
For being a sequel, Alice Through the Looking Glass’ action and drama was gripping.
The appearance of the movie had excellent digitalization.
Simple objects such as the sky, the grass, and even the characters had out-of-this world imagery –giving the audience what they wanted to see –Wonderland.
Mia Kasiwoska, who played Alice Kingsley, looked younger and had a better self-image.
She had more confident about herself and what she wants. Which was surprising because Director Tim Burton tends to make his characters appear foolish.
The acting of the cast was efficient, and the characters’ development was realistic. The characters expressed innocence and an out-standing sense of humor.
The Mad Hatter, played by Johnny Deep, was constantly angry and hopeless from the murder of his family that occurred in the first movie.
His emotions revealed a deep and intense sense of sadness, that overthrows the sensation we are watching a classic Snow White Fairy Tale, where everything is going to end well.
I felt as though I was an invisible person or a mosquito living within the movie. As though I were present in the action.
The film made the audience reflect on their goals and dreams that they may fail to pursue.
I would definitely recommend this movie, it is emotional and has wide-variety of fictional and wonderful screenplays.
The film did not short the audience on fantasy and humor.
I give it 4 out of 5 stars.