18 Movies Like Alice in Wonderland 2010

Betrothed to a snob of English nobility, Alice, who is unassuming and unique at the age of 19, is astonished by the news. She sneaks away from the gathering during her engagement party to mull over whether or not she should go through with the marriage. While she is in the garden, she comes upon an unusual rabbit and trips over a hole. When she first arrives in this bizarre and surreal area known as “Underland,” she discovers that she is in a world that is very similar to the dreams that she had when she was a child.

This world is full of evil queens and knights, talking animals, and Bandersnatch-like creatures. Alice comes to the realization that she is there for a purpose, and that purpose is to vanquish the dreadful Jabberwocky and put the rightful queen back on her throne.

Similar Movies To Alice in Wonderland 2010

1. Pan's Labyrinth


In Falangist Spain in 1944, a young girl obsessed with fairy tales is shipped off with her pregnant mother to live with her new stepfather, a cruel captain in the Spanish army. She runs across a fairy during the night, and the fairy leads her to an elderly faun located in the middle of the labyrinth. He tells her that she is a princess but that she must complete three challenging tasks to prove her royalty. If she is unsuccessful,…

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2. Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events

Violet (Emily Browning), Klaus (Liam Aiken), and Sunny Baudelaire (Kara and Shelby Hoffman) are orphaned after their house burns down in mysterious circumstances, taking both of their parents with it. Violet is played by Emily Browning, and Klaus and Sunny are portrayed by Liam Aiken and Kara and Shelby Hoffman, respectively. They are entrusted to the care of an extremely remote relative named Count Olaf (Jim Carrey). It doesn't take long to figure out that Count Olaf is only concerned…

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3. The Golden Compass


Living among scholars in the hallowed halls of Jordan College and running unchecked through Oxford's motley streets on frantic quests for adventure did not make for an average life for a young girl. However, Lyra's most exciting journey would start far closer to home, on the day that she overheard a hushed conversation about an incredible particle. It was said that the magical dust, which was discovered in the great Arctic expanse of the North, possessed profound powers that could…

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4. Bridge to Terabithia


Jess Aarons is reserved and d a difficult time adjdifficultyn the Redneck country because of his father's struggle to make ends meet, his three haughty older sisters, and the "baby" he was responsible for watching and taking to school. Even though she stole his only source of local prestige by coming in first place in the race, he is able to form a friendship with the sassy new student Leslie Burke, whose parents are scientists, and moved into the villa…

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5. The Hunger Games series


In the not-too-distant future, the totalitarian nation of Panem is composed of 12 individual districts in addition to the Capitol. The Hunger Games are an annual competition where young people aged 12 to 18 are chosen to represent their districts through a lottery system. The televised games are broadcast across all of Panem, and they serve as both entertainment and a cruel form of vengeance for an earlier revolt. While the residents of Panem are obligated to watch, the 24…

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6. Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (2016)


The film Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, directed by Tim Burton, is the one to watch if you want a non-traditional take on the fantasy genre that nonetheless retains some of the film's enchantment. A group of youngsters and adults, some born with magical skills and some not, are the protagonists of this novel. They reside in a hidden location and spend their time battling evil creatures. On the other hand, the secret place is cloaked in a time…

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7. Matilda (1996)


Matilda, the film, was acclaimed for being faithful to Roald Dahl's novel of the same name, published in 1988. Matilda was adapted from that novel. Matilda, played by Mara Wilson, is a little girl whose family treats her poorly despite being very bright and brilliant for her age. The film was directed and co-produced by Danny DeVito, and it tells the narrative of Matilda. Things turn for the worst when she gets accepted to an elementary school whose principal is…

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8. A Wrinkle in Time


Meg Murry, who is thirteen years old, has a chance encounter with a peculiar new neighbor named Mrs. Whatsit one night. Mrs. Whatsit mentions a tesseract. She eventually found out that it was a scientific theory that her father was working on before he vanished for unknown reasons. The following day, Meg, her child genius brother Charles, and a fellow schoolmate named Calvin pay a visit to Mrs. Whatsit's house. There, the similarly peculiar Mrs. Who and the unseen voice…

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9. The Lord of the Rings Trilogy


An ancient Ring that had been presumed to be lost for many years has been discovered, and in a peculiar turn of events, it has been bestowed upon a young Hobbit by the name of Frodo. Frodo must embark on a perilous journey to the Cracks of Doom in order to destroy the One Ring after it is revealed by Gandalf that the Ring is, in fact, the One Ring that belongs to the Dark Lord Sauron. On the other…

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10. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory


When Willy Wonka makes the decision to let five children into his chocolate factory, he causes tremendous chaos by concealing five golden tickets in five different chocolate bars. The tickets start to be found, and the fifth one is awarded to a very remarkable young man whose name is Charlie Bucket. Charlie, accompanied by his Grandpa, travels with the other children to the world's most incredible factory, where they all have an unforgettable experience. But things don't always go according…

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11. Percy Jackson and the Olympians Series


The series tells the narrative of Percy Jackson, a youngster who comes to the realization that he is a demigod and the son of Poseidon. It is set in the middle of the 2000s. As a result of an oath taken by the Big Three, Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades, the sons of Cronos, to not father any more children after World War II, his biological father gave up on him and left him behind. Oaths were taken because the demigod…

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12. Stardust


A hole in a wall in an English town serves as the gateway to the fantastical country of Stormhold, which can be reached from our world via that hole. In the 1800s, the rite of passage for a young man was to travel through the breach in search of a falling star so that he could demonstrate his love for the beauty of the hamlet. The star is not a piece of rock; rather, it is a young woman named…

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13. Vampire Academy


Rose Hathaway is a dhampir, which means she is half-vampire and half-human. She is now attending St. Vladimir's Academy to complete her training to become a guardian, along with a large number of other individuals who are similar to her. In their world, there are two types of vampires: Moroi, who coexist peacefully among humans and only take blood from donors; Strigoi, who are blood-sucking, evil vampires who drink to kill; and possess the ability to control one of the…

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14. Twilight Series


Bella Swan has never been quite like the other people around her. Bella was never one to follow the herd, so she never gave a second thought to whether or not she would be accepted by the popular girls at her high school in Phoenix, Arizona. When Bella's mother remarries and she makes the decision to move in with her father in the dreary small town of Forks, Washington, she does not anticipate that much will change in her life.…

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15. The Chronicles of Narnia Trilogy


During World War II, the four Pevense children—Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy—are sent to the country home of a peculiar old professor in order to protect them from the war. There, uninterested and fidgety, first Lucy and Edmund, and then all four of the children make their way through an attic wardrobe into Narnia, a fantastical kingdom filled with fantastical creatures and animals that can talk. However, there is one major flaw in Narnia: ever since the White Witch took…

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16. Fantastic Beasts Films


Newton "Newt" Scamander, a British wizard and so-called "magizoologist," comes in New York City in 1926. He witnesses Mary Lou Barebone, the leader of the New Salem Philanthropic Society who is not magical (sometimes known as a "No-Maj" or a "Muggle"), preaching that witches and wizards are for real and can be deadly. Newt Scamander encounters No-Maj Jacob Kowalski, an aspiring baker, when he is searching for a Niffler that escaped from the case he keeps magical animals in. Unbeknownst…

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17. Harry Potter


K. Rowling, a writer from the United Kingdom, created the Harry Potter book series, which consists of seven different fantasy books. Harry Potter, a young wizard, and his companions Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley, all of whom are students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, are the protagonists of the series of novels that tell their stories. The primary focus of the novel is on Harry's battle against Lord Voldemort, a powerful evil wizard with the goals of achieving…

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18. The Spiderwick Chronicles


Once upon a time, after moving into the dilapidated Spiderwick Estate with their mother, Helen (Mary-Louise Parker), twin brothers Jared Grace (Freddie Highmore) and Simon Grace (Freddie Highmore), along with their sister Mallory (Sarah Bolger), discover that they have been pulled into a parallel world full of fairies and other creatures. The family is at a loss to explain the unusual disappearances and accidents that seem to be happening on a regular basis, so they put the blame on Jared…