By Megan Meabh
I, Willie Wonka have decided to allow (5) five children to visit my factory this year.
Charlie & The Chocolate Factory, the story of one young man about to become the luckiest person on earth, but first the headship of the factory and the wealthy chocolate company proprietor would search for the least competitive fountain of flowing water among only five children worldwide. “Whatever happens, Charlie, you’ll still have the candy,” assures Charlie’s chutney parents of him. Only five gold papers throughout the world folded and embossed upon five perfect chocolate bars distributed by Mr. Wonka, as Charlie opens the first enclosed chocolate, an elder relative after the young boy finds only chocolate, satisfies himself with, “That is that.” But when Charlie finds the last golden ticket, he is a assured he may bring one family member, who while of course grandpa volunteers, reminds him that he must not sale or give the ticket up at all, for something as common as money, a mere thing which printed daily therefore is neither special nor rare.
Twenty years hence ~ The whole world wanted the candy of the owner as young man. When years before he, Johnnie Depp as Mr. Willie Wonka of the 2005 production of the gala theatrical presentation, began the largest factory in the world with just one, single store on Cherry Street, everyone wanted a magical place there – Welcome to the wonderful world of lovely red trucks and a little boy whose truly poor and humble now fully white-headed grandpa once worked for Mr. Wonka! But the real genius espoused the elder man whose encouragement of Mr. Wonka’s desire to build the largest chocolate factory in the world, nor the Indian prince of New Delhi who wanted an entire palace built out of chocolate ~ He donned a melted palace with faded dreams and soon nothing seemed divine at all though compared to the day all of the workers left on a type of strike. Mr. Wonka closed the factory down to the outside world, and he announced it. Forever.
But the sadness of world events aside, soon as time went by and as Very Loud and Very Far Away, Charlie sat huddled with his kind and humble family around him, Mr. Wonka who had decided to search for someone real, who of quality, of tenderness, and of great wisdom, and not an opportunist who would find? Any town, any country of the world addressed the children eligible throughout the world – But only one winner. And as the mother of his mother put it, each of the five has a chance to win the prize once the qualifying gold ticket is found.
That Mr. Wonka wants a daughter who pampered and cushioned and spoiled has never known a negative bad in her life, this would not do. That Mr. Wonka would want an absorbed greedy and selfish boy, this is not possible. That the factory owner might lean to an overbearing and aggressive child, or one over-spoiled or even one false who faked the ticket, the one with the eye on the real prize, opens the package and with grateful surprise feels not as if really getting something over on someone ~ But almost guilty not to share, to keep it all, and yet the angels of a better human race insist that the time is nigh for this one. But who shall this one be?
The many vectors of symbolism , the character of Willie Wonka even makes a statement for during this film, present the basic principal, while it is also certain that the upcoming release of The Lone Ranger represents an ideal viewing experience for the family today. A 1964 book by Rhoad Dahl, the fuel for the reason for the creation of the former film, the matching symbolism of the latter version of the film means something at times likely very individual to each writer of a production cinema, the modern futuristic type of style which Mr. Depp portrays through his acting ability here at more than one scene during the film, as well as that scene following the blueberry flavored chewing-gum machine, the dancing ability and choreography of the child-sized employees of Mr. Wonka make watching them and the film along with some of the more important comments seem more important to teach the morals of a true respect than other children’s movies, most of which serve only to entertain. In addition, one scenario gives overture to Charlie Bucket leading the older man by the hand to take him back and not forward to his parents already in the grave, to find the reason behind the childhood abuse of Mr. Wonka and to confront this in a realistic way.
A cannibal, frowned upon by this society, according to Mr. Wonka, while the factory owner invited the children to enjoy his edible paradise once inside the deep adventure of edible landscape and birds who come from bland, and immaterial objects, chocolate waterfalls, of gumballs and icing and of all things exotic of flavors of candy ~ Out of his hunt for the perfect flavor, come the Oompa-Loompas, a faithful creature as gentle as a lamb at all times. The Oompa-Loompa who crave, desire and love the cocoa-bean, are devoted to Mr. Wonka for feeding them this. As Mr. Wonka guides the five children through his maze of a factory, each performance at each part of the large conglomerate of the chocolate palace, meant to teach the children a valuable and particular lesson, also imprints a kind of knowledgeable word of wisdom upon each child individual to the true inner spirit of each of the very different beings. Although Mr. Depp, or his most treasured former progenitor version of the earlier black and white film production of the story, this Tim Burton production excellerated by a few excitable film trailer bytes placed online, the predecessor film to this one, the Gene Wilder version of the same film seems comparable enough. The journey through each type of land produces new fervor for Charlie. And as the others seem to fade away slowly, Charlie begins to understand how abuses suffered by Mr. Wonka during childhood formed the great need and desire of the factory magistrate to work hard as an adult. A musical for children of all ages, the story intercepted by a lot more interesting acting in-between than some film productions of a similar nature, the fantasy genre, despite the actor’s gift for the diverse, seems as Mr. Depp’s classic forte’ ~
In the end Charlie won a chocolate factory, and Willie Wonka, something even better. Life had never been sweeter.