Charlie And the Chocolate Factory

Movie • 2005 • Adventure  Report
Does a cat die?
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yuckyrat
A brief visual pun of the making of whipped cream, involving cows being whipped. It lasts only a few seconds, and there is no blood or gore.
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oreoicecrem
there are caterpillars (who get stabbed by an oompa loompa) and a giant bug who attacks willy wonka
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Does an animal die?
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HickoryDickoryProductions
WIlly Wonka kills a bug.
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lovelyraincoat
Not technically gaslighting, but each time a character says something Willy Wonka dislikes, he insists the character is mumbling.
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Wowowo
For the person above... why did you censor his name...
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ilo
In a way one of the characters is addicted to chocolate
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yuckyrat
Verruca's mother is seen drinking, but it is casual/moderate, not heavy.
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yuckyrat
A brief haircut scene happens toward the end of the film.
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yuckyrat
No, but a character undergoes extreme dental procedures as a child, involving a head brace.
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yuckyrat
No humans; however, there is a graphic scene involving animatronic dolls (a la It's a Small World) igniting due to faulty pyrotechnics and melting in ghoulish ways. They are seen later in a "puppet hospital", being repaired and cared for.
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PvlCZ
Cannibalism is mentioned by Willy wonka. Nothing graphical just mentioned.
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Gweb
No, however when Violet is rolled after she inflates due to the gum dinner she is rolled head over feet like a cartwheel. So there are points when her head is completely missing and underneath her massive body.
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Iamspidrman
Augustus struggles to breathe in the chocolate river.
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oreoicecrem
a little girl and her dad fall down a hole but they don't die
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gothbeetle
not technically, but there are jokes about it, and children are put in situations that seem like they would end in death
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FelixLenhardt
Mike Teavee uses the word early on in the film, during his introduction scene, but it doesn't come up again.
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PvlCZ
At 36 minutes a bunch of puppets get burned.
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FelixLenhardt
Willy Wonka attempts to lure Charlie away from his family but he refuses.
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yuckyrat
Same as the above regarding child death; none of them die, but they are in the same perilous situations as their children at times.
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FelixLenhardt
Aside from Halloween dress-up, there are no ghosts.
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FelixLenhardt
There are some fast-paced scenes and loud noises/dialogue, but no jumpscares.
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yuckyrat
Mike's song features various pop culture references, including a brief reference to the shower scene in the movie Psycho. It lasts for several seconds.
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booty.rose
around the 1 hour 5 minute mark violet starts to turn into a blueberry. when doing this, her body puffs up as well as her cheeks and an unsettling noise is in the background, along with her squirming sounding like she is gonna throw up. she never does, and the scene isn’t intended to make it seem like she is, but it was still a little off putting for me, an extreme emetophobe
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yuckyrat
There's a fart joke edited in for one of the trailers that is not present in the final film.
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FelixLenhardt
No, however, during her transformation, Violet's tracksuit begins to stain a darkish color. This is simply blueberry juice.
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FelixLenhardt
No, but there is a brief hospital scene.
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yuckyrat
Aside from a brief gag involving a hospital for animatronic dolls.
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FelixLenhardt
Yes, Willy Wonka experiences flashbacks caused by trauma from his father.
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queerio
Augustus engages in over-eating. It does not appear to be "binge eating". Mike Teavee does refuse to eat any chocolate, but does not appear to have any eating disorder.
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FelixLenhardt
No death is shown or suggested in the film. However, there are violent scenes involved with children.
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ilo
The main chac has flash backs about traumatic event and it upsets him
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Gweb
The 2 above comments mention body-horror/bodily disfiguration, not body dysmorphia which is a mental illness in which you hate your body.
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gothbeetle
when a kid is stuck in a slim pipe
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FelixLenhardt
No, but cannibalism is mentioned.
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FelixLenhardt
Willy Wonka licks a blade, but does not use it against himself. All other harm is caused by someone else.
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Gweb
There is a lot of eating noises, gum popping, almost gulping or glugging sounds from the chocolate river, and all around Augustus gloop is disgusting and has the most eating noises.
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FelixLenhardt
There is some shaky cam. These shots include: Charlie running home, a short scene in Morocco, and the Tunnel Ride scene.
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Does a baby cry?
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yuckyrat
Not strobe, but colorful lights flash around during the boat ride scene. There is also a scene later involving firework-like candies.
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FelixLenhardt
Yes, sometimes intentionally but sometimes characters will just be looking at the camera. For example, Augustus Gloop intentionally breaks the fourth wall when being carried away in the chocolate machine, but an Oompa Loompa unintentionally breaks the fourth wall during Mike Teavee's song whilst clicking through TV programmes.
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FelixLenhardt
There is a baby in a stroller in a shot where Charlie picks a newspaper out the bin but we never see his face. Fun Fact: It was Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter's son, Billy, and this movie is his only on-screen appearance.
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FelixLenhardt
Yes, Mike Teavee says the r word and there is mild bullying.
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yuckyrat
Mike drops a few ableist slurs (the worst of which being the r slur), but he is presented as being in the wrong and it is not encouraged whatsoever.
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lovelyraincoat
They show an oompa-loompa receptionist with a feminine name, who is just the male actor for all the oompa-loompas in a dress. It's presented comedically.
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queerio
Augustus is overweight and much of the humor about his character relies on this
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FelixLenhardt
There are no black main characters aside from the Oompa Loompa's (if you can call them 'main characters')
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FelixLenhardt
There is mild unreciprocated flirting from Mrs Beauregarde to Willy Wonka and some kissing but nothing seriously inappropriate.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Grayishelpingyou
Game guns
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invadermac
No one drowns in this movie, but there is a lot of struggling and gasping which could be traumatic to some
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oreoicecrem
there is animal blood but it's either green or brown
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