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CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY 2005
Starring: Johnny Depp, Freddie Highmore, David Kelly, AnnaSophia Robb, Helena Bonham Carter and Christopher Lee.
After Willy Wonka (Johnny Depp) announces that five golden tickets are hidden in his chocolate bars, everyone from around the world tries to find one. The poor Charlie Bucket (Freddie Highmore) is lucky to find the last golden ticket and is invited to join five other children to enter Willy Wonka's famous chocolate factory, which is filled with some of the most weird and wonderful.
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With 2005 being a big year for Tim Burton fans with the release TWO films, one of the two that was released was his adaptation on the classic Roald Dahl story, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (dir. Tim Burton). Being compared with famous family film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (dir. Mel Stuart), this is a much more colourful and grand-scaling effort.
Based on one of Roald Dahlís most beloved books, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory follows the tradition of the storyís message and staying true to all of the characters. Meanwhile, it also adds new content that manages to work really well and bring further emotions on some of the key characters, while not ruining the experience and running time.
Charlie Bucket (Freddie Highmore) is a boy who lives with his kind, but very poor, family that includes his parents and his four grandparents who all stay in one bed, with Grandpa Joe (David Kelly) telling Charlie the stories surrounding Willy Wonka (Johnny Depp). What makes matters worse, Mr. Bucket (Noah Taylor) has been fired from his small job at a toothpaste factory. Itís around this time that Wily Wonka announces that five golden tickets are hidden in his chocolate bars around the world to go inside his secretive chocolate factory and Charlie wants to find one. One day, while one ticket remains to be found, Charlie finds some money on the side of a road and decides to buy a chocolate bar that just happens to have the last golden ticket.
The lucky child is one of the five children who are the first in years to enter the wondrous chocolate factory and be guided through by the odd and childish Willy Wonka. Along the tour, all of the characters come across some weird and colourful rooms and musical fourteen-inch people called Oompa Loompas (Deep Roy).
Three of the strongest points about the entire experience of the film are John Augustís screenplay, Danny Elfmanís music and Tim Burtonís direction. These three people managed to make a great collaboration and this result is superb to see unfold on screen.