Comparing The Two Movies Of Alice And Wonderland, And Alice In Wonderland

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A few genres of movies that I am drawn to are fantasy, adventure, musical, animated, and family films. Two movies that fall up under at least two of the genres are Alice in Wonderland, made in 1951, and Alice in Wonderland, made in 2010. I chose the two movies of Alice in Wonderland because not only do they both bring to life the story of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, but they each also have contributed to my childhood. Growing up, I remember watching the original movie with classmates and wanting it to be a real-life movie. In 2010, my wish was answered and a live action Alice in Wonderland was updated and released. The original movie has a great plot, okay characters and animations, and great flow of music and sounds while…show more content…
The film was directed by Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, and Hamilton Luske. The story is about a young girl named Alice, who follows a rabbit down a hole, where she encounters a series of weird events. Along the way, Alice meets several characters such as the White Rabbit, the King and Queen of Hearts, the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, and several others. Throughout the movie, Alice has several episodes of shrinking and growing. After the weird events come to an end, Alice finds herself waking up on her sister’s lap, who begins to worry once Alice tries to explain her weird…show more content…
If a movie is animated it has a fairytale like feel to it, but I also like when they have a lifelike feel to them. I like for them to have this feel because they become more relatable, especially if it is a children’s movie. The characters in the original movie were developed enough since it was a 2D, animated movie. The movie was fully hand drawn and was to the ‘50s time and taste. The effects have changed drastically with time and in today’s time, the characters would not hold my attention because I feel that they are dated. The characters in the remake movie have a twisted and updated look and feel to them. The movie was mostly CGI, but with time things improve. The movie only used a few real sets and the technology of green screens. Some of the characters were also completely CGI. When comparing the two movies, I liked the remakes animations more. The animations in the remake were relatable, and with the addition of it being 3D, it was almost as if you could step into the movie and become a part of
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