Alice attraverso lo specchio (2016)

May 2016108 minutes
Action & adventure
Ages 9-12
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Alice ha passato gli ultimi anni seguendo le orme del padre, alla guida di una nave. Al suo ritorno a Londra, si imbatte in uno specchio magico e torna nel reame fantastico di Sottomondo dove ritrova i suoi amici. Lì scopre che il Cappellaio Matto ha perso la sua Moltezza, così la Regina Bianca la spedisce in una missione con l'obiettivo di prendere in prestito la Cronosfera, un globo metallico che si trova all'interno della camera del Grand'Orologio e alimenta tutto il tempo. Tornata nel passato, si avventura in una pericolosa corsa per salvare il Cappellaio prima che il tempo scada. (Titolo originale - Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016))
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108 minutes
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