Regardless of social class, the children are constantly preoccupied with Wonka’s chocolates and candies due to their desire to indulge in his fantastical goods. The obsession towards sweets come from, “the characters…desire to indulge all the more amorally in this liberating and libidinal satiric fantasy” (Bosmajian 47). Bosmajian explains how Wonka and his factory, with both its secrecy and sweet fantastical elements, manipulate the naive child to desire the indulgence of candies beyond their wildest imagination. As a result, the child preoccupies their thoughts with Wonka’s marvelous creations in hopes to get the smallest taste of it. This infatuation with the candies was especially prevalent with Charlie Bucket.
Coming from very poor family, Charlie was very lucky to get one of the five golden tickets offered by Willy Wonka to visit his chocolate factory. Willy Wonka is the most renowned candy maker in the world and an endless combination of opposing parts. He was looking for a child who does not cause trouble and whom he can teach all the secrets of his factory, and take over it after him. Five children who have found golden tickets compete to see who will take over Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory. One by one other four kids were eliminated except Charlie because they had some serious character flaw on the journey of chocolate factory.
The book describes how Willy Wonka is dressed. It says he wears tan pants, a black top hat, and a purple robe. He is described as having eyes that sparkle. It also says he is very clever and is also very smart but exaggerates a lot. In the movie Willy Wonka looked mad in the beginning but again he is very clever.
Peg had to calm her down to tell her that Edward was someone not to fear, despite his gargantuan scissors for hands. Additionally, in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, after the characters hear the song about Willy Wonka, a various number of shot-reverse-shots were used to show their blank faces as they looked at him in disgust. The only people who thought of Willy Wonka as normal were Charlie and his grandpa. The other parents, especially didn’t regard him as normal. When Wonka put out his hand, none of them even thought twice about shaking his hand.
The only thing that I liked about both, the movie and the play, was that there weren’t that many differences that stood out to the people. There a lot of similarities, between the movie and the play, than there is differences between the movie and the
Willy Wonka in both movies is the famous, strange, and mysterious chocolate maker. He has a secret factory where he makes all of his chocolate and candy for kids and families to enjoy across the world that no one has seen before. Willy Wonka has decided to reveal the mysteries inside of the factory to five lucky kids who have a golden ticket. They can get the golden ticket by purchasing
When you watch a movie it’s almost as if you already know what will occur in the movie, including will the main character succeed in their main job? Meaning, many movies that are produced are very predictable, because of one major reason. They seem to follow the concept of the hero’s journey. That being said, to explain more in depth of how the hero’s journey does fall in place with many popular movies. There will be an analyzation of one of the most well known movies there is, it’s of course The Wizard of Oz.
Violet could not resist the gum and she was turned into a blueberry. Also, Veruca Salt was another child that had to face a consequence. Veruca was a greedy, self-centered brat. Willy Wonka took her to a room filled with geese who laid golden eggs. Veruca wanted a goose but Willy Wonka would not sell her one, this caused Veruca to have a temper tantrum and fall down the eggdicator.
I thought that this movie was a good movie with graphics and historical accuracy, but this just is not the kind of movies that I am personally into. If you are into this kind of stuff I believe you would be able to follow this much more than I was able to. In conclusion, this movie was a good movie that is historically accutrate on what really
He is a vivid storyteller complete with multiple voices and sound effects, so when he speaks of things that aren’t relatable he describes them in a way that people can envision exactly what is happening. In my opinion, these types of movies are also vital to the whole human experience. People need to have times of pure entertainment with no strings