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Northern Illinois University Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Film Analysis

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Running Head: CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY FILM ANALYSIS

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Film Analysis

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Film Analysis

Introduction
Films convey tales, stories that may reach many depths of a person’s feeling whether it be
sorrow, happiness, rage or terror. A narrative may have numerous sections and can have extra
storylines incorporated to the movie to make it more appealing and catch interests of many
individuals. The 2005 movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Tim Burton is primarily
about 5 youngsters who win a golden ticket and are granted entry to Willy Wonka’s worldrenowned chocolate factory. Only one child at the conclusion of the trip will receive the jackpot
that Willy Wonka is giving. This article will conduct a visual study of the movie Charlie and the
chocolate factory. It will split down into various viewpoints to comprehend Charlie and how the
Chocolate factory connect into this film

Movie Synopsis

The narrative of a brilliant Willy Wonka, quirky proprietor of a chocolate factory, who
concealed five golden tickets in his world-famous Wonka chocolate bars. The fortunate finders
of the golden ticket will be permitted to join tour into the factory with one of their family
members, and one of the five winners will get a lifetime supply of chocolates as well as an
unique hidden gift. Apart from Charlie, this tale introduces us to other youngsters who were
unlike him. They were poorly bred, self-centered, and greedy. They were mocked and had a
terrible finish as a result of their nasty character and conduct (Tumer, 2009).

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The world-famous chocolate factory is managed by tiny people known as Oompa
Loompas; they are a tribe of miniature people from “Loompa country” whom Willy Wonka
recruited to work…

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