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Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory as Judeo-Christian Allegory - Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory as Judeo-Christian Allegory In the classic children's film, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, which is based on the novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the author and writer of the screenplay, Roald Dahl presents the viewer with a strikingly vivid metaphor that compares fundamental Judeo-Christian beliefs with, that's right, candy. The basic figures in the religion are given representational roles in the film that do not hide, but instead sugar coat their meaning....   [tags: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory] 1524 words
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Willy Wonka - We are the makers of magic. We are the teller of tales.” Willy Wonka It can only be described as the feeling you get when you know you are dreaming. A dream you just can’t awaken from. I cannot bear the silence anymore. The time of the prophecies are nearly upon us and the need is great to share what I have. This world is about to die out and unless more of you can awaken, I feel the multiverse will suffer for it. “What are you talking about?” is what you are thinking. I know, for I am the keeper of the secret knowledge....   [tags: faith, religion, knowldege] 1185 words
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How Willy Wonka Portrays Schizotypal Personality Disorder - Schizotypal Personality Disorder Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory is a well-known book about an eccentric candy maker living in his own mystical world that has been made into two popular movies. Wonka is a character that is two things at once; unflappable and socially anxious, overly friendly but also untrustworthy and isolated, altruistic and sadistic, hopeful and cynical, grandiose and fragile (Pincus, 2006). While Willy Wonka may be a fictional character, he does display the very real disorder Schizotypal Personality Disorder or SPD....   [tags: treatments, eccentric, anxiety]
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Depp Vs. Wilder as Willy Wonka - Johnny Wilder The recent movie, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, was an immediate box office success. Johnny Depp played a wonderful part as Willy Wonka in this movie. The book, originally published in 1964, was first made into a movie in 1971. In this movie, Gene Wilder played a remarkable role of Willy Wonka as well. Despite the many differences in the actors, both had huge success playing the role of the wacky, chocolate loving Mr. Wonka. One of the differences in the actors was age. The actors were similar in actual age when playing the role, Johnny Depp being 42 and Gene Wilder being 38....   [tags: Film] 502 words
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Comparison of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Book versus Movie - Comparison of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Book Vs. Movie For this paper, I chose the Roald Dahl modern fantasy book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and the film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Dahl’s books are mostly fantasy and full of imagination. They are always a little cruel, but never without humor - a thrilling mixture of the grotesque and comic. A frequent motif is that people are not what they appear to be. Dahl's works for children are usually told from the point of view of a child, and they typically involve adult villains, usually women who hate and mistreat children, and feature at least one "good" adult to counteract the villain(s)....   [tags: Roald Dahl Tim Burton Film Willy Wonka] 889 words
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Milton S. Hershey: The Real Willy Wonka - Milton Hershey was and still is one of the greatest chocolate makers of all time. He was the man who turned a bare patch of land into a thriving chocolate town and pulled everybody through the Great Depression. But, Hershey is best remembered to be the person who made chocolate popular in America and other parts of the world. Many people today know and purchase the infamous chocolate products that have been produced by the Hershey Factory, but some know about how the business became to be so successful....   [tags: Biography] 1003 words
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - A good boy who happens to come from a very destitute family is given the opportunity of a life time. Many children with sad lives long for the day that something spectacular will happen for their families. The classic story about Charlie Bucket and the “Golden Ticket” that makes all his dreams come true is beloved by children all over the world. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was written by Roald Dahl in 1964 and has since been adapted into two major motion pictures. In 1971, Warner Brother’s Studios developed the beloved children’s book into a musical film and named it Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory....   [tags: Literature]
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The Success of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl - In September, 1964, Alfred A. Knoff published what rapidly became one of the best-loved children’s books of the twentieth century, British author Roald Dahl’s children’s book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Dahl’s second children’s novel. His first, James and the Giant Peach, was published in 1961. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was successful despite the publication in 1964 of other children’s books that would become popular as well. These included Ian Fleming’s Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Emily Neville’s It’s Like This, Cat, and Maia Wojciechowska’s Shadow of a Bull, among others....   [tags: children, candy, criticism]
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Charlie And The Chocolate Factory Speech - The book Charlie and the chocolate factory was written in 1964. The story is about a man named Willy Wonka who owns a world famous yet mysterious chocolate factory and a boy named Charlie Bucket who is a poor boy yet in the face of all the suffering he goes through he maintains the attitude of a good boy who puts others before himself. The book uses many narrative techniques such as setting, characterization, conflict and resolution and other techniques to present the themes of the book. I am Chris Atkins and I will be talking to you today about these themes and the how in the book they are shown using one or more of the techniques described above....   [tags: Roald Dahl] 1553 words
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Analytical Essay on Tim Burton's Style in Film Directing- Edward Scissorhands - Indisputably, Tim Burton has one of the world’s most distinct styles when regarding film directing. His tone, mood, diction, imagery, organization, syntax, and point of view within his films sets him apart from other renowned directors. Burton’s style can be easily depicted in two of his most highly esteemed and critically acclaimed films, Edward Scissorhands and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Burton ingeniously incorporates effective cinematic techniques to convey a poignant underlying message to the audience....   [tags: film analysis, movies, cinematography] 933 words
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Director Tim Burton and Techniques Used to Convey his Characters in Film - Tim Burton reflects on his childhood while making the majority of his popular films, filled with both loneliness and despair. The widely known director might seem a bit unique in the least; however his works are extremely relatable to the majority of society. Everyone has felt the sting of extreme abandonment that is illustrated in these wondrous films and that is what makes them so compelling and thought provoking. Burton makes these topics accessible by illustrating the universal truth that the loneliest people are often the most kindhearted through the use of techniques such as flashback, long shot, and low key lighting....   [tags: Kindhearted, Movies, Lonely] 611 words
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A Bedknobs and Broomsticks evaluation - Disney’s Film, Bedknobs and Broomsticks is set in England during World War II. The film is loosely based on the children’s novels: The Magic Bed Knob also known as How to Become a Witch in Ten Easy Lessons and Bonfires and Broomsticks by Mary Norton. The film won an Oscar for Best Effects, Special Visual Effects in 1972 and it was also nominated for several others. Bedknobs and Broomsticks features the Disney patented way of film making with its mixture of live-action with animation that was so prevalent throughout that particular era....   [tags: Film Review] 1237 words
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Tim Burton Style Analysis Essay - ... Finally, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a story of a boy from an impoverished family who has come upon the chance to visit Mr. Wonka’s candy factory. In these three films, Burton’s cinematic style can be depicted through his frequent use of front and back lighting and low angles to show the opposing forces between good and evil. Protagonists in literary works are common connotations for goodness and innocence, shown through Burton’s use of front and back lighting. For example, in Burton’s film, Alice in Wonderland, back lighting is used on the White Queen when she is being introduced to Alice, achieving a halo effect....   [tags: producer, angles, good, evil, lighting] 559 words
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Role of Interest Groups in the Decision Making Process of the European Union - At present, there are approximately 3,000 different interest groups that are formally recognized by the European Union (Kirchner 2011). These interest groups represent a variety of interests and vary in the amount of influence that they actually have on the policy making process. These groups represent the interest of multiple sectors of both social and economic life within the European Union. Interests range from AGRICULTURE to BIG BUSINESS to HUMANITARIAN AID. In a truly pluralist nature, these groups are competing, either directly or indirectly, with each one another to have an influence in the legislation that is produced by the European Union....   [tags: European Union Essays] 2322 words
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Chapter 5: Why the Fries Taste Good - “Out of every $1.50 spent on a large order of fries at fast food restaurant, perhaps 2 cents goes to the farmer that grew the potatoes,” (Schlosser 117). Investigative journalist Eric Schlosser brings to light these realities in his bestselling book, Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal. Schlosser, a Princeton and Oxford graduate, is known for his inspective pieces for Atlantic Monthly. While working on article, for Rolling Stone Magazine, about immigrant workers in a strawberry field he acquired his inspiration for the aforementioned book, Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal, a work examining the country’s fast food industry (Gale)....   [tags: Food]
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The Dark Knight Movies versus Batman Movies - Christmas time was right around the corner, and sweet, little Brick was making his Christmas list. Among the many big and little items on his list, one item in particular was circled. Batman movies. Ever since Brick could walk he had loved Batman. He had a whole collection of Batman toys: the batcave, the batmobile, Joker, Mr. Freeze, Robin, Alfred, and many more toys. Every year for Halloween Brick chose to be what. Of course, the one and only, Batman. Somehow he managed to never see a single Batman movie though....   [tags: Joel Shumacher, Tim Burton, Christopher Nolan] 2314 words
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Yellow or Gold: The Great Gatsby - Colors, are something to be determine, not just colors, they mean many things depending on the way people analyze them. Colors are important in life, not only in life but also in books. One book that really describes that is The Great Gatsby. In The Great Gatsby, colors represent many different things. One of the major colors are yellow and gold. In the novel The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald describes these colors and associates them with different things. For example, gold represents real wealth and yellow represents fake gold....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, story analysis] 732 words
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Violence in the Media - Violence, in various forms, has been around for as long as man kind has existed. Ancient civilizations such as the Romans, and the Greeks, enjoyed violent entertainment as a sport, in numerous ways like gladiator battles, lions eating people in the Coliseum, etc. However, not even the Romans could foresee violence sneaking into the media the way it has today, and it’s wreaking havoc on our posterity. There’s too much violence in our media today. In movies, television, video games, everywhere. It’s in our faces everywhere we turn, and it’s having a negative effect on people of all ages, all over the world....   [tags: Violence ]
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Abercrombie & Fitch's Challenges - As the borders that once divided global citizens continually fade it is critical for corporate leaders acknowledge the importance of diversity management. Gone are the days of corporate leaders talking about diversity put placing little action behind it. Parks (2008) explained that diversity management has become more than tracking the number of minorities reflected in your workforce and evolved into a creating an inclusive work environment which embraces the varying perspectives utilizing in benefit of organizational goals (p 1)....   [tags: Diversity Management, CEO]
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High School Drop Outs - Typically, an individual is in school from kindergarten to their senior year of high school, which is an equivalent of thirteen years. At the age of eighteen one is given the choice to either complete their high school career or drop out. Each day 8,300 high school students decide to no longer be present in school ("HighSchoolDropoutStatistics"). That is when a fast food chain restaurant, for example McDonalds and Jack and the Box gain a new employee. It is not a bad thing to be employed at a fast food restaurant, however now the requirements are to be attending school or be a high school graduate....   [tags: Teenagers, Education, College, Fast Food]
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Chapter 25 of The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck - Chapter 25 of The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck In the twenty-fifth chapter of his novel The Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck presents the reader with a series of vivid images, accompanied by a series of powerful indictments. Steinbeck effectively uses both the potent imagery and clear statements of what he perceives as fact to convey his message. This short chapter offers a succinct portrayal of one of the major themes of the larger work. Namely, the potential bounty of nature corrupted and left to rot by a profit-driven system, a system that ultimately fails....   [tags: Grapes Wrath John Steinbeck Papers]
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The story of Clare Soap and Chemical - One of the stories going on in the book is the history of Clare Soap and Chemical. This company started back when the United States was not yet a country. A man named Jephthah Clare migrated to the New World. The company started off very small and grew to the international size. There were three brothers that really started the business. This story was solely historical, which made it less interesting. I found myself drifting off during these sections of the book. One part that really caught my attention was when Clare was trying to bring up the sales of one of their bar soaps and so they started a contest....   [tags: essays research papers] 826 words
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Roald Dahl was a famous British Writer - Roald Dahl Roald Dahl was a famous British writer. He was inspired to write because of his dreams and life experiences. He enjoyed telling bedtime stories to his children. These bedtime stories were published and some were made into films. Roald Dahl was great writer and was recognized for his work. Roald Dahl was a famous British Writer. He was born in Llandeff, Wales on September 13th 1916. His parents, Harold and Sofie, came from Norway. He had four sisters, Astri, Affhild, Else and Astra, His father died when Roald was only four years old....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Acceptance of Others is Necessary - Acceptance of Others is Necessary All living things have needs. Whether the needs be as basic as food or as complex as discovering the reason for existence, all organisms have them. “Maslow wrote that, beyond the basic needs for water, food, shelter, and the like, people’s needs are ‘for safety, belongingness and identification, for close love relationships, and for respect and prestige’”. In a way, we all strive to fulfill these needs at some point in our lives. For example, in order to satisfy the need for safety, human beings live together in a society with laws that, if broken, have undesirable consequences attached....   [tags: Papers] 690 words
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Children’s Literature in Jamaica - Children’s Literature in Jamaica As children in the United States, we grow up listening to the stories of Dr. Seuss and Curious George as we fall off to sleep to the sound of our parent’s voices echoing in our dreams. As we start to grow older and the poetry of Shel Silverstein’s, "Where the Sidewalk Ends" no longer holds our imagination as much as it did at eight years old, we begin to read stories that are a reflection of the environment we live within. We engaged ourselves in the lives of such characters as the Hardy Boys and Willy Wonka....   [tags: essays papers]
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Welcome to the Underground - Welcome to the Underground While America sleeps safely at night, safe and secure in their world, there is another world taking place, a menacing and wild world. Right beneath their noses, taking place in their super markets, in empty warehouses, abandoned buildings, parks, and at roller skating rinks. Many will never know or hear about this world, for it may be safer not to know. For if one knows, he may be tempted to want to experience this world. Just indulging one night has been known to alter many lives....   [tags: Free Essay Writer] 944 words
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The Existance Of God - The Existance Of God Either God exists or He doesn't. There is no middle ground, and any attempt to remain neutral in relation to God's existence is automatically synonymous with unbelief. It is far from a "moot" question, because if God does exist, then nothing else really matters; if He does not exist, then nothing really matters at all. This is kind of unfortunate for someone like myself, because I've always lived on that nonexistent middle ground. Until now I've never been put in a position where it was questioned....   [tags: essays research papers] 9147 words
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