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    Willy Wonka Analysis

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    Finally, Wilma stumbles across Wonka’s office, which was the only room left in mint-condition. Find some Oompa Loompas hiding, she greats them politely and they are instant drawn to her. to brainstorm new ideas for new candy. As she begins writing down ideas she feels like Willy Wonka himself, was guiding her hand and her ideas. The same night she orders half the oompa loompas to make the candy and the other half to lay a trail of vibrant colored sweets in the snow in front of every household to lead it to the chocolate factory. In the morning, the warm rays of the sun caused the candy to melt and dye the snow, creating a colorful pathway to the chocolate factory. The townspeople gathered in amazement as they gazed upon boxes that soared above their head, each box filled to the brim with confectionaries. Within each box was an assortment of sweets, each designed with its own unique pattern of swirls and colors. On the bottom of the candy box was a silver ticket, identical to Wonka’s…

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    the years leading up to the remake the general public was becoming more aware of the problem that unhealthy habits could cause. This can even be seen with the differences between the first scenes, while the remake focuses on the poverty of Charlie's family, the original instead introduces Mr. Wonka through a musical number in which a group of children eat bunches of candy, and later in the chocolate factory, the characters are much less reserved about eating the sweets in the original than in…

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    Willy Wonka Symbolism

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    much darker messages and undertones from the movie. Full of symbolism for anyone who wants to pay attention, disguised as entertainment. The story is a criticism of many things including bad parenting, gum-chewing, television, spoiling children, over-eating, and self-indulgence. Charlie is the protagonist you want to cheer for and Wonka the antagonist he faces. The children move through the factory slowly dwindling in numbers. As each child falls to their vice, the Oompa-Loompas give them a…

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    The film director, Tim Burton, uses several different techniques throughout his films to show his unique sense of style and ideas to compliment his interesting and crazy personality. The stylistic techniques that Burton uses are the music, shots, and lighting to achieve the effects of mood, tone, and a sense of fantasy. First of all, Burton’s use of music, mainly diegetic, in his films help the audience to be engaged and understand the emotions within the characters. For example, in his film…

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    It is a hard candy that would never lose flavor, and never disappear. With the popularity of the movie, Gobstoppers have made the market and are available today. However, they hardly last forever, and we are lucky if the sweet candies last us an hour. If the ever-lasting gobstopper were real, we would never have to go through the sweet tooth cravings again. Of course, in the big hunt for the golden ticket that granted access to the Wonka factory, you would need to purchase one of the…

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    Halloween Costume Ideas

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    Fun Halloween Costume Ideas Halloween is a great time to allow your creativity to take over and truly be inspired. Long gone are the days when Halloween focused on ghosts and ghouls, these days, Halloween is all about being creative. Year after year, Neil Patrick Harrison, and his adorable family blow the minds of people across the world with their creative family costumes. Fortunately, you don’t have to be rich and famous to have fun with your costumes; it just takes a little imagination. The…

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    would be from the film “Big Fish”. In Big Fish, Tim Burton used front/back lighting in a scene where Edward sees Sandra or his “future wife” for the first time. The technique is appropriate because this lighting has an effect of making people look angelic or someone with amazing characteristics. Because of Edward wanting Sandra to be his future wife, putting Sandra in this kind of lighting is imperative and also put the audience in a mood of suspense. Another example would from the film…

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    The very short, green haired men with an orange complexion rather disturbed me as a kid. I just couldn’t understand why they were in the movie in the first place and why they looked so abnormal. They used to seem odd to me, but over the years I have grown to find them silly and amusing. Still, if I were to come across an Oompa Loompa, I would not converse with it in any way whatsoever. Although, I did find it humorous when Violet, the girl who loves to chew gum everyday, started turning blue and…

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    their chocolate. Now in the 1971 film Wilder had a more welcoming look and Depp came in with a pasty white face and a beaming white smile, which could possibly scare some children. Depp had received enjoyment from scaring and torturing the children in the movie as Wilder did not receive a sense of enjoyment from spooking the kids. Going back the original it’s safe to say that Willy Wonka and the Chocolate factory was a musical. The only music the remake of the film had been the “oompa…

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    Tim Burton Cinematic Techniques Tim Burton uses cinematic techniques such as music and sound, lighting, editing, and camera movements. Cinematic techniques are basically used to explain how the editing, music, lighting, and camera movement are used in the movies. All three of the movies connects with the cinematic techniques by showing different aspects and how the techniques were used in the movies. Also they connect with the techniques by showing how the mood is developed like in the movie…

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