Lewis Carroll 's Novel Of A Land Filled With Wonders And Strange And Curious Creatures

878 Words Mar 7th, 2016 4 Pages
Lewis Carroll was a famous American author of the children 's classics Alice 's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. Although his novels were primarily written for children, no other children’s book has received so much adult attention such as this one. Lewis Carroll has been inspiring directors, writers, and artists of all sorts for decades. The latest addition happened in 2010, where director Tim Burton created a film, Alice in Wonderland, based off of Lewis Carroll’s fantasy novels. The film brings to life Lewis Carroll’s novels of a land filled with wonders and strange and curious creatures. The film tells a story of 19-year-old Alice, who returns to the whimsical world she first encountered as a young girl. In this Tim Burton’s adaption of the Alice in Wonderland movie, special effects played a crucial element in providing the Wonderland setting and the animated characters in the film to look as realistic as possible.
Alice in Wonderland is a film that takes you entirely on a ride through a mystical and magical kingdom. Wonderland is just what it sounds like, a land filled with wonders, and strange and curious creatures doing strange and curious things. Now try to imagine bringing this wonderland to film. Proper filming at a location would not achieve the same effect or wonderland setting that digital and computer graphics allow. Not to mention that it is cheaper than the alternative, considering how much it would cost to design a set entirely based…
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