Alice Through the Looking Glass

Alice Through the Looking Glass

A modern adaptation of the classic children's story 'Alice through the Looking Glass', which continued on from the popular 'Alice in Wonderland' story. This time Alice is played by the mother, who falls asleep while reading the the bedtime story to her daughter. Walking through the Looking Glass, Alice finds herself in Chessland, a magical and fun world. There she meets the Red and White Queens, as well as many other amusing friends on her journey across the chessboard countryside onto become a crowned queen.

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Alice Through the Looking Glass torrent reviews

Kevin N (us) wrote: Cute, but underwhelming.

Paula S (it) wrote: Es un corto excelente, como dice la sintesis en ingls se trata de un chico, su robot y las consecuencias de las peleas constantes y el enojo entre sus padres. Deja la reflexin pendiente

Artemis C (gb) wrote: This is a terrifying story to me. Actresses are great in this film.

Maisam M (jp) wrote: Bunch of people stuck on the middle of the road, so they see light and go that place and no one is around so they start telling each other some scary stories but thn anyone who gets scared is getting killed, who kills them? hmm, wondering, wondering.. watch it to find out.. its a pretty good entertainment, some of the stories are meant to be scary but they are just making you laugh.. specially the APPLE story, hat was actually pointless.. Vivek Oberoi killed it though, he was the one with good performances..

Lora N (br) wrote: It's absolutely fascinating watching and listening to him.

Ethan P (fr) wrote: American Pie is raunchy and hilarious, but at the same time awkward and harmless. The acting is mediocre and often seems unnatural, but overall American Pie is a simple, easy comedy with a few raunchy laughs.

Dale E (br) wrote: Underrated comedy. Not comic gold, but perhaps copper, which is still worth something.

Ashley H (de) wrote: Heaven Knows Mr. Allison is an incredible film. It is about a marine and a nun form an unlikely friendship. Robert Mitchum and Deborah Kerr give amazing performances. The screenplay is well written. John Huston did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the adventure and drama. Heaven Knows Mr. Allison is a must see.

Tara H (ru) wrote: Harrowing story of a naive young woman, manipulated by men and cast out by her community. Emily Watson's performance is extraordinary, ably supported by the late, much-missed Katrin Cartlidge.

Vaughan M (ag) wrote: The comedic element is inconsistent, and there's not much to root for here, but this is an immensely enjoyable 90's indie film with an all-time great screenplay.

Jake A (us) wrote: With a solid cast, fine production and an engaging plot with a subject that still resonates today this does all it needs to do to get the seriousness of its subject across but unfortunately does little else.

Adam F (fr) wrote: "Just Visiting" has it's share of laughs but there aren't enough of them and the thin characters turn this into a forgettable comedy. The changes made to turn this from a French comedy into an American one are obvious even if you have not seen the original film and are distracting. The basic set up is that we get a 12th century medieval noble and his buffoonish servant sent forward in time where they meet the nobleman's descendants and hilarity ensues due to the "fish out of water" scenarios that are inevitable. There are parts in the movie that are just weird and they'll puzzle you until you realize that they are inserted so the American setting can make sense. For example, the two protagonists live in France in their native time, but are transported to America in the present... because a portion of their castle has been moved to a museum in the U.S.? The movie doesn't feel like it uses this premise to its full potential; we don't get any clever comparisons between Chicago city dwellers and medieval French peasants or any new, memorable characters. It feels like these 12th century travellers are just confronting generic 21st century people. The character "Hunter" is a paper-thin villain and from the beginning the movie makes it blatantly obvious that he is a weasel that we are supposed to dislike and that is going to get his come-uppance eventually instead of trying to build a real antagonist for our travellers. The film just feels like it's playing it too safe, as if a more daring comedy is just underneath the surface but the director and writers didn't think the film needed more than the obvious time travel jokes and bare minimum when it came to the characters. The film will get some decent laughs out, particularly courtesy of Jean Reno and Christian Clavier who are both good but even if you haven't seen the original you'll realize that this isn't anything special. (Dvd, October22, 2012)