e‘Alice in Wonderlande‘ comes to Blu-ray 3D with a 1080p MVC video presentation and to Blu-ray with a 1080p AVC/MPEG-4 video presentation on two separate discs. The film is one which looks visually stunning, whether it be in high-definition or not. The film features massive environments which are mostly special effects.
Colors on the release are very rich while black levels remain solid throughout. This 3D release definitely surpassed my expectations, seeing the 3D effects in the film only made me much more excited for the future of 3D projectors (which will showcase films like these with even greater impact). i‘Alice in Wonderlandh’ is a 3D conversion done incredibly right. 10/10.
-‘Alice in Wonderland (2010)o‘ is a movie I was definitely excited about. I love most Tim Burton films and if anyone could make a strong Alice film it would be him, with such an experience in the fantasy/adventure genre. To be honest though, I always made sure to keep my expectations a bit lower just in case this turned out to be similar to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (which had its moments, but ultimately was forgettable and bland).
Revisiting the film on Blu-ray and now Blu-ray 3D was a great experience however. I found myself much more captivated by the film this time, despite knowing every scene in the movie. The film felt more exciting when viewed in my own home and I actually enjoyed it much more than I did theatrically. The story still has moments which feel quite uninspired, but they definitely didn’t bug me as much. The film is not as out there as previous Tim Burton movies, perhaps that is a good thing in this situation. While the story of Alice in Wonderland is very out there and quite trippy, it could have also gone to the point of weird and creepy.