Compare And Contrast Alice In Wonderland

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Alice in Wonderland (2010) is an American fantasy movie, which was directed by Tim Burton, and was written by Linda Woolvertoon. It is a loose retelling of Lewis Carroll’s fantasy novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865). This essay will describe, compare and contrast two of the many characters in Alice in Wonderland. Alice Kingsleigh is a blonde-haired and brown-eyed girl whose original size is small, however her size changes depending on what type of Underland’s foods she eats. She is easy on the eyes due to her soft face. When we first meet her, she is in a carriage with her mother. She is wearing a blue dress, her hair tied up and wearing her mother’s necklace. The clothes she uses makes it look like she belongs to high class in the 19th or 20th century, though she seems to not want to belong there. Kingsleigh does not use stockings nor the corset that her mother thought she was wearing, and this shows that she is a bit of a rebel. Instead of saying what she is thinking she pauses and thinks about everything beforehand, almost as if searching for an acceptable answer. She has a good behavior, but she is curious and this can be a positive and a negative trait depending on what situation she is in at the time. Her …show more content…
The characters have a background and a reason to think and do what they do. Furthermore, the way the people in the story changes is realistic even though it is a fantasy movie, and in the literary nonsense genre it is one of the best examples. It all evolves around Alice Kingsleigh who, at the start, is a quiet and confused girl that is cheered on by Tarrant Hightopp, a mad hatter. Although due to her visit in Wonderland, she becomes mature and finds her own place in the crowd. The Kingsleigh before, and the one from after her visit to Wonderland are two complete opposites of the same person. Overall, this movie has been thought through

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