Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory was originally filmed in 1971. It was directed by Mel Stuart and produced by David L. Wolper and Stan Margulies. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate factory rated a seven point eight out of ten. In 2005, a remake of the movie was made with a new title, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It was directed by Tim Burton and produced by Lorne Orleans, Richard D. Zanuck, and Brad Grey. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was rated a six point eight out of ten. Judging by the ratings, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was enjoyed more than Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
Although the two movies have just about the same storyline, there are some differences, but some things are also alike. The characters in both movies are different as is the genre of each movie. Both Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory received different ratings.
In Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory it starts out with the chocolate factory being closed. Candy is still sold but no one ever sees Willy Wonka. Charlie is a poor boy who loves chocolate. The only thing is he cannot afford it. Willy Wonka decides to hide five golden tickets in five chocolate bars for five lucky children to win for a chance to tour the factory with him. The overall winner of the challenge wins the chocolate factory and a lifetime supply of chocolate.
Charlie wants to take part in the challenge of finding the golden tickets, but he cannot afford to buy the many chocolate bars like the other participants. Four of the tickets are found by Augustus Gloop, Veruca Salt, Violet Beauregarde, and Mike Teavee. Charlie wants to find the last ticket, but his hopes are crushed when news breaks that a millionaire has found the salt one. The next day, Charlie finds a coin in the gutter and uses it to buy a chocolate bar at the exact same time that it is...