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  • Actors: Johnny Depp, Freddie Highmore, David Kelly, Helena Bonham Carter, Noah Taylor
  • Directors: Tim Burton
  • Writers: John August, Roald Dahl
  • Producers: Brad Grey, Bruce Berman, Derek Frey, Graham Burke, Katterli Frauenfelder
  • Format: Dolby, Closed-captioned, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1 EX), French (Dolby Digital 5.1 EX), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1 EX)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: November 8, 2005
  • Run Time: 115 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (982 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000BBOUU4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,139 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Two-Disc Deluxe Edition)" on IMDb

Special Features

  • The Fantastic Mr. Dahl: Learn about Dahl's life story and extraordinary body of work
  • Challenges: Oompa-Loompa Dance Machine, The Inventing Machine, The Bad Nut, Search for the Golden Ticket
  • Attack of the Squirrels: See how they trained live squirrels to perform in the film
  • Five making-of featurettes
  • Becoming Oompa-Loompa: See how one actor, Deep Roy, was turned into a multi-talented army of Oompas
  • Pack of 5 limited-edition trading cards

Editorial Reviews

Product Description

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.

DVD Features:
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.
Featurette:5 Making-Of Featurettes!
Other:Becoming Oomp-Loompa: See how one actor, Deep Roy, was turned into a multi-talented army of Oompa's.

Amazon.com

Mixed reviews and creepy comparisons to Michael Jackson notwithstanding, Tim Burton's splendidly imaginative adaptation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory would almost surely meet with Roald Dahl's approval. The celebrated author of darkly offbeat children's books vehemently disapproved of 1971's Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (hence the change in title), so it's only fitting that Burton and his frequent star/collaborator, Johnny Depp, should have another go, infusing the enigmatic candyman's tale with their own unique brand of imaginative oddity. Depp's pale, androgynous Wonka led some to suspect a partial riff on that most controversial of eternal children, Michael Jackson, but Burton's film is too expansively magnificent to be so narrowly defined. While preserving Dahl's morality tale on the hazards of indulgent excess, Burton's riotous explosion of color provides a wondrous setting for the lessons learned by Charlie Bucket (played by Freddie Highmore, Depp's delightful costar in Finding Neverland), as he and other, less admirable children enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime tour of Wonka's confectionary wonderland. Elaborate visual effects make this an eye-candy overdose (including digitally multiplied Oompa-Loompas, all played by diminutive actor Deep Roy), and the film's underlying weirdness is exaggerated by Depp's admirably risky but ultimately off-putting performance. Of course, none of this stops Burton's Charlie from being the must-own family DVD of 2005's holiday season, perhaps even for those who staunchly defend Gene Wilder's portrayal of Wonka from 34 years earlier. --Jeff Shannon

DVD features
The second disc is filled with a number of distinctive featurettes. The likely crowd-pleaser in most households is "Attack of the Squirrels," which recounts how those fuzzy little creatures (a combination of hard-to-train live animals, animatronics, and computer graphics) can be ornery in their own right. "The Fantastic Mr. Dahl" is a 17-minute look at author Roald Dahl through vintage footage and new interviews with family, friends, and colleagues. "Becoming Oompa-Loompa" follows Deep Roy as he is filmed over and over again through his dance steps and music performances.

Roy is a constant throughout the kids' activities as well. You can follow him to learn two different dance steps "Augustus Gloop" and "Violet Beauregarde," and make him taste weird candy inventions in a simple game. "Search for the Golden Ticket" is a five-part challenge that tests your remote-control fingers, your deductive abilities, or your luck. Finally, if you just want basic behind-the-scenes information, "Making the Mix" is a collection of featurettes (around 40 minutes total) covering the film's casting, music, production design, and special effects. --David Horiuchi

Customer Reviews

Don't get me wrong, I like the old movie, but this one is just so much better.
impossible girl
They get to go inside Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory by trying to find 5 golden tickets in Wonka Bars.
Michael Bolts
I love Tim Burton and think Johnny Depp is the riskiest actor we have an screen.
David G. Smith

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

207 of 259 people found the following review helpful By David G. Smith on July 18, 2005
I didn't want the movie to be bad. I love Tim Burton and think Johnny Depp is the riskiest actor we have an screen. I also loved the original movie for it's own merits, and at it's first viewing thought Gene Wilder was a genius. Can these two movies exist on their own merits...certainly I think they should. The origina; had it's flaws...the musical numbers had high points(Candy Man, my Imagination...and the oompa loompa songs) and low points(Cheer up Charlie)...the look is pretty dated. The new version has it's weirdnesses as well.

But is it a watchable movie on it's own merits??? Absolutely. If you want Wilder, rent it. No one is taking away your nostalgia by putting another slant on it. I feel the movie was very funny, certainly no more sick and twisted than the source it was created from. In fact, the tone of the movie, especially at the beginning, is very Dahlish.

There are diversions, Dahl himself wrote the first screenplay and managed to divert it as well, such as the Wonka father subplot...but I feel like the movie creates a world and joyously romps around in it.

As for Depp...he is fearless. Only he would delve into such an iconic role with such quirkiness. Michael Jackson...I don't see it. I feel like that is cheap. He is funny, a little demented, and there are hints at him being premeditated...but he does a fantastic job..

The other actors are well suited, Highmore is great and David Kelly is especially good in the first half.

It is a very well done film...and worth a view....But not if you're going to hate it right off the bat....why spend your money to hate something.
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86 of 110 people found the following review helpful By milss on August 22, 2005
The new version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory represents exactly what the audience should expect from a Tim Burton film: exuberant sets that challenge all possible camera angles and show a kitsch quality; weird supporting characters that prove to be a critic and piercing look at the American suburban world, Danny Elfman's exquisite music and as a cherry top, the presence of Johnny Depp, in his fifth collaboration with Burton.

The original 1971 film had a clear anchor in the pop visual look of the times; Burton's film evokes some 60's pictures in his art direction, photography and in the sweet innocence quality that all movies lack in the present. Without a doubt, the production design, art direction, costumes and sets are worthy of an Oscar; as well as Elfman's score, who added music to the verses written by Ronald Dahl, the author of the book.

Likewise, we should speak of Johnny Depp's performance for his extraordinary creation of Wonka. Compared to Gene Wilder's character in the 71' film, Depp's Wonka is more repressed, more peculiar and far more apt to this version, because it looks real and nostalgia-free.

The casting was terrific, from my point of view, and no one dissapointed in that department. A special mention to the man who played the Oompa Loompas...he was just superb and hilarious, in a freaky way, but terrific!!

In conclusion, I think Burton's version is superior, its ending more wholesome and its sensibility definitely more contemporary. This movie has updated all the elements that became somewhat obsolete in the 1971 film. All these aspects have enriched the story, and this makes Charlie and the Chocolate Factory a very sweet treat.
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By WhatTalent? on May 23, 2006
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Everyone says this, but I gotta say it too: loved the original and the book. It was wonderful to see things from the book in the film, like the squirrels, musical numbers, and even little things like having charlie's father actually alive.

But to me, the big thing that could make or break the movie was the casting of Wonka, and there are dozens of actors I would have chosen over Depp, and it is painfully obvious that this was just an excuse to cash in on depp's popularity. FOR GOD'S SAKE, ITS LIKE HE'S A STRANGER IN HIS OWN FACTORY! It's like he was visiting there for the first time, and just happened to the be the tourist of the group carrying the map, wandering around aimlessly.

Neither Depp nor Wilder hit the character right on, but Wilder had that spring in his step, that twinkle in his eye that showed that he knew what was going on, and was in control at all times. The kids were horrendous compared to the eccentric, wonderfully terrible brats of the original. Charlie wasn't bad, and I'm happy to say he was very well cast, and I enjoyed him.

The badly placed backstory and inclusion of Christopher Lee (whom I love) was pointless, and changed the message of the story from "good things work out for those who are good" to "family is most important". WHICH DONT GET ME WRONG, IS A GOOD MESSAGE, but not what I wanted from a story I loved. It ruined the point of them being in the factory and everything, and only worked to make Depp more pedophile-like. As another reviewer said, Burton wanted to be more faithful to the source material? Well, way to add in an entirely usless subplot that changed the entire message, Tim!
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