A sprawling, untidy oddity.
It seems financially viable to release this now and an oversight not
to, even if it is straight to DVD. With only a few short weeks until
the release of Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland, anything bearing
roughly the same name or subject matter is likely to gain more interest
that it would do under normal circumstances. Lewis Carroll's version of
Wonderland (and Alice, come to that) is altogether different here,
however. This Simon Fellows directed version of the well-loved tale
takes one step firmly to the dark side of humanity, edging further away
from fantasy than either Lewis Carroll or Burton's interpretation of
Carroll's undoubted masterpiece.
Simon Fellows gathers an eclectic cast ensemble and seems to have read
through the story of Alice and then cherry-picked scenes that suit his
cinematic vision and then chopped them together. Really, this boils
down to two or three set pieces that make some sort of cohesive sense,
with the rest just filler in-between. For all that, however, there are
genuinely, but rare enjoyable moments throughout.
I'm not known for being a Danny Dyer fan, and still remain as
unimpressed by him on the whole as I was before, having only been able
to admire one of his delivered lines throughout the entire film. Maggie
Grace plays the part of Alice, a poor little rich girl that has lost
her memory after being knocked over by Whitey's (Dyer) taxi. .
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An American law student in London. Knocked down by a black cab, she wakes with amnesia in a world that's a million miles from home - Wonderland. We follow her adventures as she's dragged through an underworld filled with twisted individuals and the lowest low-lifers, by the enigmatic cab driver, Whitey. She needs to find out who she is, where she's from and use what wits she has left to get back home in one piece. As her journey progresses she discovers nothing is what it seems, realizes that fate and life are terminally entwined, and finds true love lurking in the unlikeliest place..
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STAR RATING: ***** Saturday Night **** Friday Night *** Friday Morning
** Sunday Night * Monday Morning
A young woman named Alice (Maggie Grace) runs in front of a cab driven
by Whitey (Danny Dyer) who ends up being her unwitting chauffeur
through-out a series of increasingly wild and outlandish events that
lead to explain why she's being hunted by a load of people for...some
reason or other. Malice in Wonderland has the dubious honour of being
the one film I've seen in ages where if a plot existed, I failed to
make it out. Obviously intended as a post modernist take on the well
known 'Alice' in Wonderland fairy tale (given even more credence given
Tim Burton's recent big screen adaptation of the story) all it really
manages to achieve is a complete and utter feeling of 'what the hell is
going on?' It's a messy bad acid trip of a film, which I've just found
out is set in the North East of England but could just have easily have
been London for all I could make out (even more confusing given the
inclusion of cockney actors Matt King and lead star Dyer.) If even
early on, it's got you lost and confused it doesn't get any easier as
it goes on and Simon Fellows never lets up on the increasing
eccentricity and nonsense.
Dyer remains one of the more curious actors of this generation, so it's
always interesting to see where his career goes, but more far off
projects like this might get him a more off kilter fan base. *.