Alice In Wonderland Analysis

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Alice in Wonderland :Disney(1951)and Tim Burton(2010) "We're all mad here." Whimsical and enchanting, Alice in wonderland must be a part of every childhood, in some form or another. We'd prescribe it before vitamins! Follow her down the rabbit hole and lose yourself in the delights and fancy of a surreal world. The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind by Michel Gondry (2004) "I apply my personality in a paste." This film is part-sci fi, part-drama, part-romance, part-comedy, and all fantastic! Gondry gently depicts a world where you can erase your memories. Follow Jim Carey's sombreness and Kate Winslet's hair as they lead us through the bizarre plot. The Matrix by Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski (1999) "I imagine that right now, you're feeling a bit like Alice. Hmm? Tumbling down the rabbit hole?" Awaken to reality with this classic film that raised the bar of sci-fi. Just be ready to question everything. Back to the Future by Robert Zemeckis (1985) "The way I see it, if you're gonna build a time machine into a car, why not do it with some *style?*" Strange as a funny sci-fi may seem, this film executes it brilliantly and has been a favourite for generations. Inventive and exciting, director Robert Zemeckis lets his audience fly through time with Marty McFly. The Butterfly Effect by Eric Bress and J. Mackye Gruber (2004)…show more content…
The idea of 'A Sound of Thunder' has been frequently imitated enough for it to be a cliche, and yet not many people know of its origins. With the protagonist's travel through time to shoot a dying T-Rex (with care so as not to disastrously change history), he is instructed not to step off the path. Naturally, he does, and finds the world alarmingly different on his return. On his boot, he finds a squashed butterfly. This is a decade before Edward Lorenz! Bradbury's tale is both cautionary and riveting, and you can read it in the time it takes you to read these

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