This unique tortured boy makes it big in Hollywood. As a young child he was lonely, playing in the cemetery for fun. He grew up to be an obscure, abnormal, and bizarre writer, director, and producer who brings strange and unusual things to life. Many people view this man as an odd, dark, and strange person. Tim Burton is well known for using motifs to express his unique style in his creepy, yet successful movies. Burton has his own unique yet creepy ways to make his movies grab the attention of viewers. In “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” Willy Wonka seemed much more mysterious and crazy than in the original movie, “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.” For example, In Burtons version, Wonka has bitter flashbacks that occur very often during the movie, which makes his life seem more somber and depressing than Willy Wonka in the original movie. Another example is how his complexion is pale with dark textures, which makes Wonka seem more gothic and languid in Burton’s version of the movie, “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” Also, in Burton’s spectacular films he usually shows darkness and an outcast to an individual. For example, in Tim Burton’s version of “Alice in Wonderland,” Alice falls into a hole and ends up in a place called “Underland,” that it is her somber nightmares from her childhood where Underland has been ruined by the Red Queen, yet she does not remember. While in the original version of “Alice in Wonderland,” it is her wish to be in a different land where nothing makes sense, yet everybody in Wonderland is happy. Another example is how the Mad Hatter in Burtons Version seems more affectionate, lighthearted, appreciative and mad, yet at times he also seems depressed, sad, and hurt. When in the original version of ”Alice in Wonderland,” the Mad hatter is always celebratory, happy, amused, proud, bitter, wry and arrogant. Burton shows his clever creative style by using intriguing motifs throughout his movies. The different types...
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