Saturday, March 6, 2010

Notes On "Alice"

I loved it.
And I could stop right here.
Put simply, the Burton-Bonham-Depp-Elfman cocktail did it again. It was probably the least "Burtonish" (let's describe the undescribable like that), but the imaginary quality, the costume choices, the colors, the visionary experience, oh those were all there. If you enjoy a good piece of art, go watch it. And if you already have, then tell me what you think.
I'll shut up have a look at the costumes now.

Before wrapping this up, I just wanted to announce that I was contacted by and have been asked to submit an interview for their site. It's nothing big but it's my fist interview and you can imagine I'm pretty excited.
I'm including the link right here.


Anonymous said...

drastically attractive !!!

ohh yeah and congrats for the


Chance said...

Thank you I wasn'tsure whether I wanted to go see it because it looked a little wierd but i think i will go see it. Congrats on the interview.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations on the interview! Firsts are better than anything you can imagine, i guess.

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rissa c said...

i love tim burton's work. and i've loved alice in wonderland since i was a kid...and this movie just made me love it more...took it up a was dark, fantastic and beautiful.

HeadinTheClouds said...

Oh it was brilliant, like a dream and not gloomy at all.

Tim Burton is a genius, indeed and Helena and Johnny were fantastic!