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Charlie And The Chocolate Factory [Hd Dvd]
Long isolated from his own family, Willy Wonka launches a worldwide contest to select an heir to his candy empire. Five lucky children from around the world, including Charlie Bucket, draw Golden Tickets from Wonka chocolate bars and win a guided tour of the legendary candy making facility that no outsider has seen in 15 years.
Biographies:The Fantastic Mr. Dahl: Learn about Dahl's life story and extraordinary body of work.
Challenges: 4 SCRUMPTIOUS Challenges for kids to play!
1) Oompa-Loompa Dance Machine 2) The Inventing Machine 3) The Bad Nut 4) Search For the Golden Ticket
DVD ROM Features
Documentaries:Attack of the Squirrels: See how they trained live squirrels to perform in the film.
5 Making-Of Featurettes!
Becoming Oomp-Loompa: See how one actor, Deep Roy, was turned into a multi-talented army of Oompa's. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Great movie to watch with the family, Johnny Depp is a great actor in every role he takes on fully.Published on June 30 2013 by Ligia Pacheco
What was Johnny thinking?
This is an odd movie which may entertain a niche somewhere but the cloying caricature, lack of acting, and psychadelic colours are a pale... Read more
I love this movie. Johnny Depp as Wonka, Tim Burton directing.I was disappointed that this didn't get a best picture nomination. Very visual and the songs are so catchy. Read morePublished on Feb. 22 2009 by Richard Mather
In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, adapted from the classic book by Roald Dahl, famed chocolatier Willy Wonka launches a worldwide contest allowing five lucky children to tour... Read morePublished on Dec 12 2008 by Greg Curtis
I think that all of you people who think that this movie is bad should get a life! Some people complain about the most silliest things. I for one really enjoyed the movie. Read morePublished on April 21 2006
Very Disturbing and twisted. I would not show my children this movie.Published on March 8 2006 by Helmet
A visual treat yes, but little more. Definitely a film which will be enjoyed by children (5-8), but not really intended? for an adult audience. Read morePublished on Jan. 30 2006