Charlie doesn’t want that to happen to him, but he knows it is inevitable. It is very hard to live with forgetfulness, impaired motor activity, depression, and a low IQ without any help. He has to go through the pain of knowing that the temporary intelligence he had received was all going to leave him. Charlie also does not have a stable income so it would be hard for him to learn more through an adult school like Miss Kinnian’s. By comparing Charlie’s mental state before and after the experiment, one can easily see that he was much more mentally stable before the
Third, his aunt is the only relative of his that gives him two gifts for Christmas. Fourth, Charlie acts like the abuse never even happened because of the compassion from Aunt Helen. And the process restarts from that. Charlie couldn't find a way out of the relationship because he kept receiving gifts, acted like nothing happened, and showed compassion toward Aunt
In 1966 he made his last film “A Countess from Hong Kong” which was his first and only colour film. In 1972 he visited America and was awarded a special Academy Award. In 1975 he was knighted by the Queen Elisabeth. Charlie peacefully died of natural causes at the age of eighty eight surrounded by his wife Oona and seven of his children. Even after his death Charlie continued being subject of controversy.
First of all, ever since Charlie was a kid, he has always wanted to fit in and be smart. If you were ever in his position, made fun of and unknowing, you would want to do anything to fit in and be smart. Well, he actually got the chance to do that, to be what he´s always wanted, smart. Yes there was a downside to it like becoming dumb again or realizing he has been getting made fun of
In the movie the “Rain Man”, main character Charlie Babbitt went infuriated after discovered he did not inherit a single penny from his father’s incredible 3 million savings after his father died. Instead, the money was left to his autistic brother, who he never knew existed. The movie showed us the story from Charlie Babbitt’s point of view. It is quite inevitable to feel sorry for the character, thereby feeling he deserves more from his father who were cold to him all his life. However, it is unreasonable and far fetched to assert that Charlie was entitled to half of his father’s estate, no matter from a moral point of view, or a lawful point of view.
Also in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Burton made Charlie’s home like Edwards mansion, dark. But the factory is bright and colorful, giving it the impression that it’s large and exciting. Although music and lighting can make the mood of the scenes pop out, framing has a lot to do with it
One time Joe and Frank took Charlie to a party. Charlie said he did not want to drink alcohol, so Joe gives him a coke and then tells him to go dance with a girl named Ellen then he tried to dance with her but he was always stumbling because someone was always tripping him. He saw .that everyone was laughing at him and then he ran out of the building and threw up because somebody spiked the coke. A quote from that part was “ now I know what it means when they say “to pull a Charlie Gordon.” i’m ashamed.”(Keyes 11). Charlie also realized that he really liked Miss kinnian.
The film denotes an apocalypse waiting to happen. Charlie, a pregnant waitress in Paradise Falls Diner is pregnant. The diner is owned by Bob Hanson, an atheist and alongside him is his son Jeep Hanson, who works as a mechanic and he's in love with Charlie. Since Charlie, though is not clear but obvious, does not have a husband. And she plans to have her baby for an adoption as soon as it is born.
Charlie and the Chocolate The Charlie and the Chocolate factory book and Willie Wonka and the chocolate factory movie have similarities and differences. In the beginning when Charlie comes home everyone says “Hi Charlie”. When he eats dinner all he has is cabbage and bread because his dad doesn't get paid very much. In the movie, when Charlie comes home he brought home a loaf of bread and has cabbage with it. The book describes how Willy Wonka is dressed.
I dont know why he said that. I never lost any packiges.” (Keyes 23). This shows that many of Charlie’s co-workers, whom Charlie assumes are his friends, often taunt and pick on him. But Charlie fails to understand that he is the butt of their jokes. If someone accidentally does something wrong and makes a mistake, they will always refer it as a “Charlie Gordon”.