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Matilda (film) - VIII
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One day, Miss Trunchbull discovers that the car Matilda's father sold her is a useless hunk of junk, and she takes her anger out on Matilda by locking her in the chokey. When Miss Honey notices Matilda's desk empty, she asks Matilda's friend, Lavender, where she is. Lavender makes a choking gesture, and Miss Honey goes to Miss Trunchbull's office and lets Matilda out. Later, Miss Honey takes Matilda to her place. On the way, they pass Miss Trunchbull's home, and Matilda notices a swing in the front yard. Miss Honey then starts to tell her a story of a young girl who lost both her parents by the time she was five. In between the two tragedies, the father invited the mother's step-sister to come live with them. When Miss Honey tells her the girls aunt was a mean person, Matilda realizes Miss Honey is talking about Miss Trunchbull. The girls father died soon afterwards, a suspected suicide. Miss Honey's story did have a happy ending as the girl rented a small cottage and finally escaped from her tyrannical aunt. Matilda recognizes Miss Honey's house as the cottage from her story, and realizes that the girl in Miss Honey's story is Miss Honey herself, and Miss Honey's dark secret is now out: She is Miss Trunchbull's niece.
Inside, Miss Honey explains she was forced to leave all her dearest possessions behind when she left her aunt's home, including a doll her mother gave her. Later, on the way back, they watch Miss Trunchbull loading a shot put, hammer throw, and a javelin into the trunk of her car. They also watch her panic as a black cat advances towards her. Matilda is surprised that Miss Trunchbull is afraid of a cat, but Miss Honey tells Matilda her aunt is very superstitious, so only black ones scare her. While Miss Trunchbull is gone, they sneak into the house. Above the fireplace, where a portrait of Miss Honey's father had once hung was a portrait of Miss Trunchbull holding a javelin. Miss Honey next tells Matilda that her father used to cut a chocolate in half, and he would always give her the bigger half, but after he died, Miss Trunchbull would count them so she could not sneak one. They then head upstairs to Miss Honey's room where they find the portrait of Miss Honey's father and Miss Honey's doll. As Miss Honey goes to grab it, the Trunchbull's voice rings out; she is threatening Matilda's father with a lawsuit over the phone. She suddenly notices the lid on the chocolate box is not on straight, and she goes on the rampage to find the intruders. Matilda and Miss Honey barely manage to get away from the raging Trunchbull.
Around this time, Matilda learns that she has magical powers, a gift she can use to turn the tables on all the wicked grown-ups in her life - earlier in the movie, she accidentally blew up a television that her father had stolen, and caused a glass of water containing a newt to tip over, and the newt crawled over Miss Trunchbull, and she did both by using her mind. Once she learns to control her powers, Matilda decides to use them to teach Miss Trunchbull a lesson.
On a windy night, Matilda goes to Miss Trunchbull's house where she uses her powers to get Miss Honey's doll, then takes two chocolates from the chocolate box before eating one. Matilda then makes the power cables shake, causing the lights to flicker, and she makes the windows fly open. She then rips Miss Trunchbull's portrait off the wall, and throws it in the fire, replacing it with that of Miss Honey's father before moving the hands of Miss Trunchbull's clock to twelve o'clock. Now convinced her house is haunted, a terrified Miss Trunchbull runs out of the house and to her car.
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