Just in time for Christmas, Wonka has arrived to appease all our chocolate cravings.
Directed by Paddington's Paul King, the movie tells the origin story of Willy Wonka, a character made famous in the 1964 novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with the new prequel starring Timothée Chalamet in the titular role of Wonka.
The movie-musical picks up as a penniless Willy arrives in a new city to open a chocolate shop he dreamed of starting with his late mother.
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Wonka is everything you would expect from a Roald Dahl adaption: it's magical, colourful, fantastical, and it transports the viewers to an otherworldly time and place.
Timothee is a loveable Wonka, offering a far more kid-friendly, huggable and less creepy character than Johnny Depp's turn as the eccentric chocolatier in the 2005 remake Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
But Calah Lane as Wonka's sidekick Noodle is the breakout star of the film; she's the beating heart of Wonka.
The ensemble cast is incredible, featuring the best of British talent starting with the scene-stealing Hugh Grant as a surly Oompa Loompa to the likes of Olivia Coleman, Matt Lucas, and even Rowan Atkinson as a power-hungry priest.