Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium
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No. Mr Magorium's Wonder Emporium"\ is based on a screenplay written by American writer Zach Helm, who also made his directorial debut with this movie.

The sock monkey made his move twice when "Mutant" wasn't believing in the magic yet. He had yet to experience any magic, and was still being a "just person," in the sense explained within the movie. This could represent the magic within the store trying to reach out and show "Mutant" some magic and love - but he didn't have time to believe in something so alien to his experiences. In the end, when the magic and colour, happiness and joy are revived within the store, he has time to stand back and enjoy the awe of the magical emporium, and finally accepts the magic for what it is. Now, the store has reached him, and takes him within its embrace - now the monkey (who represents the magic of the store/life) can actually hug him.

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