Alice Through The Looking Glass (PG) 113 mins. Stars Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, Sacha Baron Cohen and Matt Lucas.

RELEASED in 2010, Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland became the second highest grossing film that year, and the second instalment sees James Bobin replace Burton at the helm for the madcap time-travelling adventure, Alice Through The Looking Glass.

Screenwriter Linda Woolverton, who adapted the first film, largely abandons Lewis Carroll's 1871 novel, and introduces an eccentric new character – Time.

Alice (Mia Wasikowska) is captain of her father's ship, The Wonder, but when she returns to dry land, she learns that her mother (Lindsay Duncan) has sold the deed to her embittered former suitor, Hamish Ascot (Leo Bill).

Defiant in the face of adversity, Alice takes a tumble through a mirror and plummets into Wonderland where she reunites with the likes of the White Queen (Anne Hathaway), Absolem the Caterpillar (voiced by Alan Rickman), and the White Rabbit (Michael Sheen).

They reveal that the Mad Hatter (Depp) is convinced that his family did not perish in the Jabberwocky's inferno, and to set the Hatter's mind at rest, Alice agrees to steal a device called the Chronosphere from its guardian, Time (Sacha Baron Cohen).

This movie is a wacky adventure that is sure to keep the children entertained this bank holiday.