Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)

This one is more than just a little creepy. The theory goes that Willy Wonka actually knew what would transpire that fateful day in his factory and knew what would happen to each child, perhaps even having planned their fates for himself. This can be easily justified when you realize the chocolate river ferry would not have been able to seat everyone, had Augustus not fallen into the river earlier. Also, that car that spits foam at the remaining four guests later in the movie actually only had four seats. So Wonka knew what would happen all along. How else do you explain each part of the factory tour that specifically targeted a kid so perfectly? A television room, a decadent chocolate river, one-of-a-kind chewing gum… We’re onto you, Wonka.

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