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I have seen Charlie & The Chocolate Factory last night and though I
usually don't care very much in giving my opinion, the journey M.
Burton and his team made me cross deserves an homage. Especially with
all that criticism rising around the film before it has been released.
I have been a Tim Burton fan for more than a decade now; I grew up with
his films. But what I have been through yesterday his really unique. I
actually never thought he would offer us such a film one day. Fans of
his first period, with all the lonely and desperate characters won't
like it for sure. Since Mars Attacks !, and more specifically since Big
Fish, Burton decided to tell things differently. His vision of the
world slightly changed in every of his films : now, the rejected freak
comes down to the world and stays. A world that remains frightening and
weird even thought we call it "reality" but a world worth living in.
And that's what Charlie & The Chocolate Factory is all about
begins with a main title sequence that may be one of the main
weaknesses of the film. The sequence is very entertaining and visually
ambitious but they decided to go with CGI and it looks like it was a
decision they made in last minute. Since the film was proudly made with
"real" sets, "real" Oompas Loompas, "real" squirrels, the main title
looks inappropriate. It's not that important but it's a Tim Burton film
and we know how much he usually works on his main title. Hopefully,
Danny Elfman is there with a crazy mix of the Edward Scissorhands and
Spider-Man (the music when the title of the film appears gave me
shivers), a true musical roller-coaster that gives a hint on what his
score will sound like through the film.
After that, it's just emotions. All kinds of them: laughs (many the
audience laughed almost every thirty seconds), tears of joy (we all
know Charlie's gonna find that ticket but when he does, you just can't
refrain your heart to beat faster), mercy (the way Burton depicts the
social misery of the Bucket's family is really touching), amazement
(the Wonka Factory and its many rooms is true wonder, one the most
achieved design Burton ever offered us) and many mores. Very much like
the book, even though it seems simple and childish, you would like to
stop for a second to collect those feelings and try to analyze them but
you don't have the time. It just never stops (I realize it might be a
flaw for some people in fact). Burton never has been so generous in
terms of human warmness.
Johnny Depp proposes another inventive and completely wacky
interpretation here. I won't compare with Gene Wilder since I don't
know the first film very well (pretty unknown flick here in Europe) and
those comparisons should stop anyway. Depp makes of Wonka a tormented
and unadapted character who doesn't know much about common courtesy and
doesn't really care anyway. He built up his own universe in response to
his authoritarian father and he's pretty proud of it. He just doesn't
want those "weird" (a word he likes you've all seen the TV spots) and
boring parents with their despicable children to ruin what is life is
based on. Yet
So Depp's Wonka is actually very moving and pathetic in
his attempts to entertain his visitors. As Burton does everything he
can to make you hate Augustus, Vercua, Violet and Mike at the moment
you first see them, you get instantly closer to Wonka when you noticed
he feels the same. In addition to that, John August's vision of Wonka's
past (including an always perfect cameo by Christopher Lee) offers the
character a real depth you didn't expect.
Danny Elfman is also one of the main attractions of the film. While his
score is already classic Burton/Elfman work with some interesting
experiments (the main themes are splendid), the songs he wrote for the
Oompas Loompas are just so funny. Hugh laughs in the audience for some
musical choices. Those songs don't intend to stay with you for months
(it would have been hard as they're based on Dahl's lyrics that doesn't
allow Broadway impulses), they're just off-beat numbers playing with
many references in so many styles. Oingo Boingo fans have to buy the
soundtrack when it'll come out, it'll bring them back 15 years ago.
What can I tell you more ? McDowell's sets are amazing, Pescucci's work
is impressive as well as Rousselot's beautiful cinematography. Some
Oscar Nominations should fall here.
As for the ending, without revealing it, August's additions are really
touching and fit perfectly to Burton's new approach. Even though the
final shot tempers the "family" theme that he developed through the
film (it's still Burton, not Disney), Burton makes you feel good
because he feels good (and what I'm writing here will ring a bell when
you'll see the movie). I don't know for you but after so many
distressed and pessimistic films, it really moved to see that he found
a certain peace. Charlie and The Chocolate Factory is a step forward in
the direction he gave to his career with Big Fish. He lost his father,
he became one, he's getting older and all those questions and doubts
are expressed in many important and very complex images and scenes he
imagined for the film. That's why I could call this film the "Edward
Scissorhands" of his new period. Those films are very different but
gave me both some very essential emotions.
Thank you, M.Burton. Thank you very much
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