Alice is an American law student in London. Knocked down by a cab, she wakes with amnesia in a world that’s a million miles from home — Wonderland. We follow her adventures as she is dragged through an underworld filled with twisted individuals and the lowest low—lifes by the enigmatic cab driver WHIITEY (The White Rabbit). 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.
- Simon Fellows
- Maggie Grace, Danny Dyer, Matt King
Despite a certain visual flair, Malice in Wonderland just isn't very good. The screenplay is the main problem - it's just too flat and unimaginative to justify the larger-than- life cartoon characters that populate the movie.Wendy Ide, Times [UK], 06.24.2010
Malice In Wonderland does little to remind you of the performances that once had critics and even the late great Harold Pinter crowing about his talent as [Dyer] started out on the West End stage., Film4, 06.24.2010
Quite apart from the fact that it mistakes sexism and homophobia for sardonic liberal rib-tickling, even at 80 minutes, the film feels like a brash, crass and boneheaded music promo that's been stretched to breaking point.David Jenkins, Time Out, 06.24.2010
Dyer has some funny lines, and he makes the most of them, proving that he is actually a good performer, all too often marooned in endless geezer knees-ups. But otherwise it's a bit pointless and heavy-handed.Peter Bradshaw, Guardian [UK], 06.24.2010