Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory Essays

  • Similarities Between Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory

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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

  • Temptation: Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory

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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

  • Personal Narrative: Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory

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    Hello, do you want a chocolate bar? You might get a golden ticket. Have you heard of the movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory? That is me, Willy Wonka. I was born on June 11, 1933 in Milwaukee, WI. I have 1 sister who is Corrine Silberman Pearlman. This how my life was when I was a kid. You didn’t have to go to school but now you do because it is now the law. I might have started a little bit of tragedy in my neighborhood, but ok I will admit I did a ton of tragedy. I really did a lot of acting

  • Similarities And Differences Between Willy Wonka And Charlie And The Chocolate Factory

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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

  • What Are The Similarities Between Willy Wonka The Charlie And The Chocolate Factory

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    Willy Wonkas and the Chocolate Factory vs Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Every bode halved watched the move “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory “that was mad in 2005. Some people know” Willy Wonka the Chocolate Factory” that was mad in 1971. I am going to compare and see what similarities is and what differences that I can find about them. I am going to right 3 more paragraphs after this one. Number 2 is going to be the similarities. 3 is all about the differences. 4 is all about… it is going

  • Comparison Of Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory

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    the film’s plot will deviate from the original story line. Most audience do not realize that the production and shaping of a film is strongly influenced by the historical background of the time period. In the preparation of the film, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971), the director, Mel Stuart, and the production team had to evaluate the film to make it sure met the standards of the production code at the time of the production. Due to the political party

  • Linda's Bazaar: A Short Story

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    Charlie is a tomboy, and her life is great! She can do just about anything a guy can do, maybe even a little better! She can outrun, outscore, and outwit every boy she knows. Everything was perfect until she got pulled over..Now she has to get a job to pay off her speeding ticket, but she isn’t having very much luck. Every store she’s been to either isn’t hiring or doesn’t want to hire her, finally she finds one place that is willing to hire her without her really having to do much work! Linda’s

  • Willy Wonka Differences Between Book And Movie

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    Especially with Willy Wonka. In the book Willy Wonka is a bit odd but a fun character. He is excited about meeting all the children and showing them around the factory. Compared to the book Willy Wonka isn’t as excited to meet the kids. When Charlie is the last kid there he wins the the factory but his family doesn’t want to leave their house behind. Charlie has to choose between the factory and his family, he chooses his family. Charlie goes on with his life until Willy Wonka shows up upset about

  • Willy Wonka Movie Comparison

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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

  • Comparing Tim Burton's Film Charlie And The Chocolate Factory

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    “What makes you feel better when you feel terrible,” questions Willy Wonka, a middle-aged adult who hasn’t seen his father in many years one of the main characters of Tim Burton’s film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. “My family,” answers young Charlie Bucket. Tim Burton has directed many movies, included here are Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Big Fish, and Edward Scissorhands, and they all include some struggle with love. This commonality is not surprising, as Tim Burton has just recently

  • Tim Burton Cinematic Techniques Analysis

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    Tim Burton used music/sound, lighting, and editing to give the viewers a full dark and gothic experience. In some of his movies such as "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", "Corpse Bride", and "Edward Scissorhands", he used many different types of cinematic techniques to portray the different types of mood and tones. This essay will discuss how Tim Burton used various techniques to set the mood and tone. First of all, Burton uses music and sound to set the mood. In the movie "Edward Scissorhands"

  • Charlie Bucket In Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory

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    everything by chance and does not like to use his family as a source of money; the chocolate bar that gave him the golden ticket was bought by finding money in a gutter. He is a very virtuous character and the transitive effect of being such a person is receiving the very last golden ticket. This ticket allows him to go to the 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

  • Tim Burton Style

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    of everything.What looks like a happy and cheerful scenario always turns into a horrifying twist. Edward Scissorhands is a perfect example. A cookie cutter neighborhood with stereotypical people but a dark story behind them. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory had twisted and snotty kids that are undeserving of their Golden Tickets, then end up getting what they deserve.The style Burton uses isn’t like the usual “happily ever after” story. He gives a deeper meaning to his stories with his use of creative

  • Class Disparity In Willy Wonka's Charlie In The Chocolate Factory

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    Wonka’s chocolate bars create a class disparity in Charlie in the Chocolate Factory, displaying how consumerism and materialistic desire controls and creates a hierarchical society. In the beginning of the novel, Willy Wonka announces the opening of his factory to a select few with a golden ticket. These golden tickets are “hidden underneath the ordinary wrapping paper of five ordinary candy bars. These five candy bars may be anywhere – in any shop in any street in any town in any country in the

  • Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka And The Paradox Factory

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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

  • Willy Wonka Movie Comparison Research Paper

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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

  • Analysis Of David Lubar's Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie

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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

  • Tim Burton Effect

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    Imagine if a movie could play with your emotions, well Tim Burton's movies have that effect on people. From the movie “Charlie and the chocolate factory” to “Alice in Wonderland” and finally to “Edward Scissorhands”, the intelligent director Tim burton has a way of attracting the audience's attentions through manipulating their emotions. Tim uses shots and framing, non diegetic sound/music and low key lighting to create anticipation and suspense and while he does that he also is creating a gothic

  • Tim Burton's Cinematic Techniques

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    Films such as Edward Scissorhands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Big Fish have a whimsical style like Walt Disney, and dark mood like Edgar Allan Poe’s pieces of literature. This is because Tim Burton, the director of these film, was inspired by these people and he creates their type of style using cinematic techniques. Some examples of film techniques that all these films share are flashback, low-key lighting, and non-diegetic sound. Flashback is when a scene goes in to the past to show

  • Syllogism In Winnie The Pooh

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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