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Amy Louise Pemberton
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Diego "Scoutart" Gleeson
[All goofs for this title are spoilers.]
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[after hearing the news about the final golden ticket on TV]
Turn it off. Poor Charlie. Little boy's gotta have some hope in this world. What hope's he got left now?
We shouldn't tell Charlie tonight.
Yeah. Let the boy sleep. Let him dream.
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Not only the animation's horrible, it's pretty much unbearable to watch because of how it focuses too much on Tom and Jerry instead of the actual plot. When a musical scene starts, it focuses on Tom and Jerry's shenanigans instead of the song and it's pretty jarring.
This is a prime example of why two popular things doesn't work together all the time. If you like Tom and Jerry, just watch the cartoon instead! If you like the original Willy Wonka, just keep watching the original. This movie's not only bad, but it's a bit disrespectful considering it's paying tribute to Gene Wilder. He deserves a better tribute than this.
So save your money and don't watch this film! Just go buy the original movie and/or watch the original Tom and Jerry cartoons. They're worth spending your time than watching this atrocity.
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