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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Charlie
and the
Chocolate Factory

Reviewed by Alex, age 11.
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A very poor boy named Charlie has dreams about going into the Willy Wonka chocolate factory. One day, he sees posters saying that golden tickets are being sent out in chocolate bars and he dreams of getting one. But he is so poor, his parents can only afford about one chocolate bar per year, and that's for his birthday present.

There are to be only five chocolate bars with a golden ticket hidden inside, and every day he sees on TV that another one of the five tickets has been found, usually by a rich kid who buys thousands of chocolate bars just to find a golden ticket and win.





I thought this movie was great, so I would give it a 4.5 stars out of 5. The different rooms and sets in the magical chocolate factory are richly detailed. The actors play the characters really well, with Johnny Depp looking like a sort of Michael Jackson type of Willy Wonka, and Freddy Highmore as the boy who plays Charlie is totally believable as an honest hero.




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