A Great movie by Burton. Adaptations.
Definitely not the verbally playful 1970s version but then again, that's never been Burton's main focus. He used technology to twist out a modern approach to the wacky side of Wonka as well the grandeur of the Wonka Factory.
Some of the playful words of Roald Dahl are lost in this version, BUT the emphasis was not only the chocolateer in this movie. Each kid got more attention post ticket win than int he first movie, cutting out some of the verbosity of Wonka-only riddling talk from the original movie.
Some of the adaptations to the characters seems presumptuous and a bit damaging to the original work. But for the most part, changes were a great new work. The depiction of the town was greater than the common city in the 70s version, but sadly this one didn't display the initial candy shoppe joy.
The nut room display was Pure Genius. Hats off.
Overall, a decent script, great graphics, visionary Oompa loompa storyline finally brought to life, and an indescribable factory whose magic finally revealed!