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    Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

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    Overview: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, starring Johnny Depp as the quirky and silly chocolatier, Willy Wonka. This movie is not only a whacky and twisted remake directed by Tim Burton, but it is also a goldmine when it comes to analyzing the personality of Willy as an adult and how his flashbacks to his early childhood reveal why he acts the way he is. Willy’s father, Wilbur Wonka, was known throughout the town for his dentistry, he was referred to as the best dentist in town. As being

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    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

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    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

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    The book and movies I am going to compare are Charlie (Willy Wonka) and the Chocolate factory. The book was written by British author, Roald Dahl. The 1971 film was directed by Mel Stuart and the 2005 film was directed by Tim Burton. Both movies and books have very good plots and details. Some are very similar; others are quite different. It tells the story of a young boy named Charlie Bucket. Charlie, his parents, and his four grandparents all live together in a small house. They're poor, hungry

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    Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory, a movie full of sweet treats and funny experiences. The movie is about a boy named Charlie and four other children that win a golden ticket by buying chocolate bars hoping there would be one inside. With the golden ticket they have the ability to tour the Chocolate Factory with Willy Wonka himself, the owner of the factory. There is only four tickets in the whole entire world and each child that wins one is able to take on gardian with them. Unfortunately, in

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    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

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    Willy Wonka

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    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

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    his parents and four grandparents, and who is allowed to buy a candy bar once each year on his birthday. One day Charlie uses money found in the street to buy a candy bar and in doing so wins a trip to the candy bar’s manufacturer, the factory of Willy Wonka, an eccentric town figure who has not been seen in years. Entering the factory with five other ch... ... middle of paper ... ...olent master. Cameron also decried the book as showing a “phony presentation of poverty” and objected to the sadistic

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    Entitlement Essay

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    “I want an Oompa Loompa now” said Violet in the 1971 classic Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. This is entitlement, “the feeling or belief that you deserve to be given something (such as special privileges)” Violet did nothing to deserve the Oompa Loompa yet because her daddy has an endless checkbook she feels entitled. There are a few other meanings to this word, the right to guaranteed benefits; the fact of having a right to something. Depending on political views, how someone is raised or

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    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. They advertised that the winning bars of soap would have a gold coin in them. This really boosted sales. It reminded me of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. In that movie, everyone went crazy to find the golden tickets. Even if people didn’t like the chocolate bars, they bought them just for the chance to win. Another part of this story that stood out to me was when Julia

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