Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Alice in Wonderland

Do you plan to take your daughter to see Walt Disney's "Alice in Wonderland" this weekend?

Alise is wanting to see this movie, but I just don't know if she can handle it. I think it may be too much for her besides the fact that it seems like a "dark" movie.

17 comments:

  1. Im not letting my kids see it until after I do.....anything directed by Tim Burton tends to be a little on the dark side. I want to see it and if it is okay then they can watch it

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  2. I was wondering this same thing! Elle is only 2 but she LOVES scary movies. In fact, she asks to watch the hulk every day (thanks to my mom for letting her watch it). She would probably LOVE this movie but I don't know if I feel comfortable. Look forward to hearing what other mamas have to say.

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  3. I don't even think I can handle it. Too dark for this chick.

    ~hippo hugs~

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  4. Must be a popular topic...Andy and I discussed it last night. I think AJ would be fine seeing it, Andy is not so sure. I just know that he doesn't scare very easily and I really want to see it! LOL! I am hoping to hear from someone who sees it first before we decide what to do!

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  5. Gillian Grace is not old enough for movies yet, but when I first saw the previews for this movie my husband and I both commented on how dark the movie seemed. Tim Burton is definitely different and I would be afraid that this movie would scare my daughter. Definitely would have to wait for this one on video then preview it first! By the way, is this also a Disney production? Hard to believe if so...

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  6. I'm with you...It looks a little freaky to me too! I'm not sure I could handle it ;)
    btw, i stayed up til 2 am reading that book! AWESOME!!!!

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  7. I don't think I will be taking MK to see this one. I agree with the others that the previews seem really dark and pretty scary for the little kids.

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  8. My family will skip this one! We might pull out the old VHS of the cartoon and watch with some popcorn:0)

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  9. My daughter is 5 so there's no chance we'll let her see it.

    The Disney Alice in Wonderland puts me in a bad mood. I have no desire to see a weird Johnny Depp version.

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  10. I don't know! It looks so scary!!!

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  11. No & I'm kind of pissed at Disney because I was Alice at Mickey's Halloween Party & my Alice looked nothing like that Alice.

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  12. No way, Jose! Weird!

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  13. My opinions....it creeps me out!!! I will NOT be watching it and I'm 27 years old! LOL.

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  14. Well, The real Alice story is a dark story. It was actually written by a man who had desires for a young girl and Alice became his way to BE with this girl in a way, which is why he wrote the book. The guy was very OFF! My husband read the real alice book before he was going to see this movie and he thinks it looks very close to the real story. Not the Disney version, of course. My sister is not happy with this new version. But I want to see it.

    I don't know with Alise's age and sweetness if you would want to take her before you saw it. And it may be easier for her to take on a small screen at home in the light instead of on that big huge screen in the dark.

    Let us know what you decide.

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  15. This movie looks strange and I am not really excited about it but the hubs informed me he wants to go see it ASAP. I will let you know how it is whenever he drags me to the theater :)

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  16. Nothing about that looks like a kids movie.

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  17. I am not too sure about this movie. We may just wait until it comes out and then check it out.

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