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Like its predecessor, "Alice Through the Looking Glass" owes very little to Lewis Carroll.Screenwriter Linda Woolverton has again disposed of the source material in favor of something more linear – a story about Alice (Mia Wasikowska) looking for the family of the Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp).So when life gets frustrating in the real world, Alice climbs through a mirror and is transported back to Underland.This was not something that seemed to afflict Hatter in the first film, but maybe he's just really good at compartmentalizing.Time, you should know, is part clock, part man (Sacha Baron Cohen) and sounds a lot like Werner Herzog.Bonham Carter and Anne Hathaway (The White Queen) continue to do their affected, scenery-chewing shticks, while the host of Underland creatures and their famous voices (including the late Alan Rickman) look more dated than ever – beholden to Burton's CGI renderings from six years ago.
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