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    “You can resist everything except temptation.” Temptation is the desire to do something, usually wrong or unwise. Willy Wonka, in the 1971 film, used his candy to tempt the children. He owned a gigantic chocolate factory and was a very busy man but he was getting old. Willy Wonka could not trust an adult with the chocolate factory, because they would most likely change his wonderful work and would do it “their way” not his way. He used the candy to tempt the children because he wanted to find a honest

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    I will be discussing the differences between the 1971 film “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” and the 2005 film “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”. Both movies were based on the 1964 book by Roald Dahl, “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”. There are a lot of differences between these two films. First off, the 1971 movie stars Gene Wilder, who plays Willy Wonka as a seemingly regular yet strange adult, but showing sides of sarcasm and is very witty. I think most people liked his character

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    Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory Charlie carries the self- concept belief because he feels confident and is eager to get the golden ticket. Also, Charlie contains capability beliefs because he gave effort towards buying multiple chocolate bars to get the golden ticket. Charlie has control beliefs in part of having his own desire to participate in the chocolate factory event. Self-perception of ability when Charlie went through the different areas in the factory and how they contributed to make

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    Willy Wonka and the Paradox Factory In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Roald Dahl’s character Willy Wonka is a paradox because he adds humor to a story about poverty and naughty children. Willy Wonka reminds Charlie that life is fun and it does not have to be taken so seriously. Wonka is at first a godlike figure for Charlie, then becomes a father figure, and finally, the reader realizes that Wonka is a twisted and sadistic trickster. Charlie Bucket is from a dreary, insignificant town. Living

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    The Musical/Fantasy films Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971), and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) are alike in many ways, but they are also both creatively different. Both remakes of the Roald Dahl novel are magical film and intriguing for both children and adult audiences. The similarities and difference are recognizable mostly in the plot, direction, and acting. As both Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory were both based on the novel written

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    Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory Versus Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory is a children 's certified classic that spawned countless number of modern day memes. The movie derived from Roald Dahl 's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in 1964 and it has been a successful read amongst children ever since. The story is about a young boy named Charlie, who finds one of five, "golden tickets," and his thrilling tour through Willy Wonka 's candy factory. In 1971

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    An example of low key lighting in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is when Willy is with her father as a child and they are discussing the cons of candy by the low light fire. This example creates a sad and depressive mood because of how dark the place is and how Willy lives in a strict household and style. This also helps the viewer understand how Willy feels sometimes when he is with his father. An example of low key lighting in Edward Scissorhands is when we first

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    This was made into two films; one was Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory’ in 1971 and ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ in 2005” (“Roald Dahl”). Children fell in love with the book, it’s an amazing read also it’s about chocolate. Chocolate is what all children love to eat. Charlie and the

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    In a world where memes ran rampant and are forgotten just as quickly as they gain prominence there is one meme that has stood out among the rest, the “king” so to speak and that meme is: The famous Willy Wonka meme, but why would this particular meme have such prevalence? One could explain why by using this quote from Marshall McLuhan, “Every culture and every age has its favorite model of perception and knowledge that it is inclined to prescribe for everybody and everything.” (UM, p. 5) This quote

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    Imagine worlds of glorious chocolate fields, magnificent wonderlands of magical creatures, and legends of talented men with scissors for hands. Tim Burton, director of many films, puts darker twists on stories like the one’s mentioned previously. Burton’s past might be classified as dark or troublesome and so are the films he has directed. Nevertheless, there are always hints of brightness and hope in specific scenes of these films. In the Tim Burton films, Alice in Wonderland and Edward Scissorhands

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    Essay On Ableism

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    I do not have any developmental or acquired disabilities; therefore, I am privileged in this area. As an able-bodied, I do not face ableism. I am able to go any place I like, eat any food, do not have to ask if a place accommodates to my needs, perform any physical activity, I do not experience strange looks and people do not labeling me by a disability. As a privilege able-bodied, these are thoughts I fail to think about on a daily basis. “Ableism is systematic oppression of individuals with impairments/disabilities

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    Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Inferno Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Dante’s Inferno are similar and very much so. A journey through a chocolate factory and Hell, when put up to interpretation, are actually more similar than you think. Many things in both Willy Wonka and Dante’s Inferno while having literal meanings, also have allegorical meanings. For example, in both Willy Wonka and Dante's Inferno there were punishments that got worse the deeper they went, Dante and Charlie both had

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    Chocolate factory and later become the heir to the ownership at Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. He makes a better life for himself, as well as his family members and

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    At a first glance, the Bear who often finds himself stuck in unconventional places and who absentmindedly eats honey meant for birthday gifts and Heffalump traps may not amount to much more than a simple children 's’ book character. Perhaps, a second or a third glance will still generate the same shallow interpretation. However, a reader with philosophical understanding will recognize some uncanny resemblances between the teachings of philosophers and the little trite comments that are ubiquitous

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    Peeling away the outer layer of the warm willy wonka chocolate bar held in my hand so tightly that the heat emerging from my palms slowly began to melt the delectable treat lying before me. As I peered behind the bar I saw a glimmering golden light flashing and a chill rode down my spine. It had been over a month since the contest had been announced and over 50 years since the last time the golden ticket contest had been held and much to my disbelief I was a winner. I sprinted through the door of

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    David Lubar is an author known for some of his books titled “Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie” and the sequel “Sophomores and Other Oxymorons” David Lubar was born on March 16 1954 and is 62 years old. he was born and raised in Morristown, NJ where he also went to college. as a kid he did many different things. David Lubar brings humor into his writing while also focusing on serious themes he also writes children's books so he is well-rounded in his skills (Lubar). When David was a child, he was really

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    Tim Burton is one of the most unique film directors in the film industry. He is best known for his peculiar, twisted style in film directing that seems attract people’s attention. He directed successful films such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Edward Scissorhands, and Vincent. Before he could even walk,, Burton fell in love with horror films and never found them to be scary. Burton was influenced by the work of Edgar Allen Poe, Dr. Seuss, and Vincent Price. Tim Burton utilizes the techniques

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    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

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    finish building Edward, leaving him with a freakish appearance by the scissor blades that the scientist has replaced hands for, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, a adventure film where a small group of contest winners get to tour the magical Wonka factory and get a lifetime supply of chocolates, candies, and sweets. In the films mentioned before Tim Burton uses low-key and high-key lighting to create a gloomy and bright effect, and a long shot to create the distance of how far you are away from

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    and the Chocolate Factory", Burton uses flashback to show Willy Wonka's past and what he went through in life. In one scene, there was a flashback about his childhood. His father was a dentist and was very strict about chocolate. Willy Wonka went trick or treating and received a tremendous amount of chocolate. His father burned all of them except for one, which Willy Wonka ate and ever since then, he fell in love with chocolates. Willy Wonka later ran away from home because his father found out about

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