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Willy Wonka Is A great family movie with Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka who owns A choclate factory who sells these golden tickets to 5 kids. 9/10
I don't get it at all.
Bom esse filme tem vários momentos bizarros, estranhos e confusos
Mais a história é tão bonita...
An awesome children's story with simple morals. Besides how you can't like the Candyman song.
Makes me have a sweet tooth, I've always enjoyed watching due to the junk food and the fun musical numbers.
An absolute classic
A classic. The original is so much better than the newer version with Johny Dopey
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory is unique and very easy to rewatch.
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, directed by Mel Stuart, was a very fun & colorful adaptation to Roald Dahl's story. With this movie being made in the early 70's, it still holds up for the most part, almost grasping that classic title. Stuart & Dahl put a lot of heart into this film, giving the audience a pure, heartfelt message. The narrative is very creative & unique, while having some strange & over the top moments that were hit or miss. The first act made for a solid one, introducing these odd but fun characters, but it could've been cut down maybe by ten minutes, allowing the second act to have just that much more time to shine.
The cast of the fim put on great performances across the board, but Gene Wilder absolutely stole the show! This was such a trademark casting, where even the best actors today couldn't recapture his character. Peter Ostrum as Charlie did a very good job! He put on a great performance, where you really cared for him and his struggles from the first minute. Jack Albertson was another enjoyable addition to the film, adding great mature nature to the film, with an enjoyable hint of playfulness. The golden ticket finders and their parents all stood out in their own way, and were all around a load of fun. They're not characters you can really invest into, but they're great additions nevertheless.
The screenplay was real charming, with a sweet & sour twist to it. The production design was real colorful a beautifully crafted, along with a FANTASTIC & catchy soundtrack to fit this fun movie.
Overall, this movie had some room for improvement, maybe not holding up the best after almost a whopping 50 years, but this is definitely something you need to see before you die !
The lesson was great. The kids characters were well developed. The acting was good and Gene Wilder was outstanding. Very entertaining story for all ages.