Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

  The fact that Johnny Depp is devoted to sweet cinematic territory, we know that at least since he brought into the heart of Chocolat Juliette Binoche and about 98 percent of viewers in the cinema to melt. In his new film he is again – as has already turned Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood and Sleepy Hollow – directed by Tim Burton, it is now not small, lovingly made chocolates, but also a whole chocolate factory, around which the story revolves.

nightly is the little Charlie Bucket (Freddie Highmore) in the window of his room in the ramshackle and drafty house where he lives with his parents and grandparents and looks longingly at the nearby giant factory across. lives with his family in modest circumstances in addition to a huge factory. While there, he was a never-seen someone go out and produced something wonderful and special, the stuff of childhood dreams are: chocolate. Accordingly, the mysterious, mysterious buildings for Charlie and his friends. When the eccentric chocolate maker Willy Wonka (Johnny Depp), who owns the factory, one day its award a prize draw in which he promises the 5 small winners an exclusive tour through his sweet empire, Charlie, of course, fervently hoping to be among the fortunate. But the odds are bad, because the lots are hidden in Wonka chocolate bars from the factory. And since Charlie’s parents are poor, they can only once a year to pay on the birthday of her son, a chocolate. By and by spreading the news one winner after another, and Charlie’s dream always seems to continue to move into unattainable distance, until one day a small miracle occurs, that is still followed by another great miracle …

Roald Dahl’s story Charlie and the Chocolate Factory probably is one of the best (and tastiest) children’s books, the world has ever seen, a colorful, often exaggerated realm full of wonders, twisted and eccentric ideas, relentlessly politically and medically incorrect and precisely why beautiful. A world that seems made for the light hand of Tim Burton, it is capable of almost any other director, conjuring dream worlds and weird fantasies on the canvas. And indeed, Tim Burton in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, a congenial successful implementation of the dream worlds of Roald Dahl, a fantastic adventure movie, that should delight even dentists. However, you should already be a child left to goutieren fascinating details such as a candy marina, mountains and rivers made of chocolate fudge to be able to. Behold and be amazed!

Title: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Country of production: USA Year of production: 2005 Length: 106 (Min) Distribution : Warner Bros.

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