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Wonka: See It or Skip?

Movie Info:

A young, underprivileged Willy Wonka learns that a cartel of avaricious chocolatiers controls the industry while he is dreaming of opening a shop in a city known for its chocolate.

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Movie Description

Genre: Kids & family, Musical, Comedy, Fantasy

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Original Language: English

Director: Paul King

Producer: David Heyman, Alexandra Derbyshire, Luke Kelly

Writer: Simon Farnaby, Paul King

Release Date (Theaters): Dec 15, 2023 Wide

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Wonka Trailer

Should You See it or Skip?

Drawing inspiration from the remarkable protagonist of Roald Dahl’s most renowned children’s novel, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, which also ranks among the best-selling children’s books of all time, “Wonka” recounts the remarkable transformation of Willy Wonka from an ordinary inventor, magician, and chocolate maker into the cherished individual we recognize today.

An invigorating blend of magic and music, chaos and emotion, is presented with marvelous heart and wit by Paul King, writer/director of the “Paddington”, David Heyman, producer of “Harry Potter,” “Gravity,” “Fantastic Beasts,” and “Paddington,” and producers Alexandra Derbyshire (the “Paddington”, “Jurassic World: Dominion”) and Luke Kelly (“Roald Dahl’s The Witches”).

This imaginative and vivid big-screen production, featuring Timothée Chalamet in the title role, will introduce viewers to a youthful Willy Wonka who is brimming with ideas and determined to alter the world one delectable bite at a time.

It will prove that the best things in life begin with a dream and that anything is possible if you’re fortunate enough to meet him.

If you have seen any of the movies mentioned above, you should probably have an idea of how well the movie “Wonka” is going to go.

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If you are the type that loves just action movies and nothing else, then you should skip this movie, for this is a movie with the purpose of not just capturing the attention of one viewer but the whole family, especially the kids.

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