The characters make a big difference in the movie and the book. One thing they both have in common is that Otis Amber and Berthe Erica Crow get married. And that Edgar Jennings Plum and Angela Wexler get engaged instead of Doctor Denton Deere. Also Jake Wexler is a gambler instead of being a bookie.
The films setting gives more of an idealistic tone to the imagery that helps the setting unfold itself in each scene compared to the book but the books setting has more figurative language and lets the readers imagine the setting as they read which gives the book a different tone. Both the book and the film use a great description for the setting which allows the reader to either imagine the settings as they please or to look at straight from the scene.
Also in the book there was a lot of talking and boring parts but in the movie they went strait into the action. In the movie you could see more detail, for example when Davie was in the woods with the creepy poor people you could see that the girl was hiding a big weapon in her robe so she could steal his money. This makes the movie more interesting and makes me want to find out what she is going to do with the weapon.
Though, it has quite a few differences than the movie, which made shortly after the book was released. In the book, it's hard for most people to completely visualize a character, when in the movie you see the characters acting the story. A few other differences are as follows; Darry slaps Pony (Hinton 50) , It begins with Pony stepping outside (Hinton 1), Pony is more descriptive in the story and talks more, Each character's personality is described (Hinton 2-12) , and that Soda’s girlfriend is mentioned and talked about. (Hinton 111&174) The book by far had more details than the movie. Though, they were small details, they were still
Well let me start off on the book.The book meg has glasses and braces. Then in the the movie she dose not have any of that.Then Charles Wales in the book is 5 an is not in school.Then in the movie Charles Wales is 6 and is in school and is able to read.then in the book there is no internet computers unlike the movie there is those things.In the book Camozots is pictured colorful and bight.And in the movie Camozots is a very dark place and is not colorful.And at the begging of the book it starts in megs room and it is a dark and stormy night.Then in the movie it starts in megs science class.At the end of the book meg and Charles Wales go straight home,But
The movie, unlike the book, starts in chronological order. The book starts from Susie’s death and then flashbacks to what happened before. Another difference is that the bracelet charm in the movie is not the Pennsylvania keystone, but a house. Also, even though some things happen in both, book and movie, not every time the reasons are the same. For example
The introduction of the movie was my first difference listed. In the book, the captain of Frankenstein’s ship, R. Walton, wrote letters home to his sister about his voyage to the north pole. In the movie, it depicted these letters as action sequences happening in real time.
Some of the small differences in the movie do not change the movie. How they call Ben-Hur number 41 on the galley ship in the movie and number 60 in the book is an example of a small difference. Another small difference is how Judah's house was not waxed when he got back in the movie. Either way, he still entered the house and finds Amrah/Esther there. One more small difference is that in the book, Judah knocks the tile down. In the movie Tirzah knocks the tile down. The tile still hits Gratus and Messala tells who the family
There isn’t that many differences between the book and the movie. The main thing I noticed is that in the movie Igor Borkov (Stanleys best friend at the camp) plays a big part. In the book, he is mentioned very little. Also, when Sam dies in the book, Kate is with him in the boat. In the movie, Kate is standing on the side of the look and watches him get shot. Another difference I noticed is that in the movie Sir’s truck is silver while it a candy red in the movie. The last difference actually stood out pretty well. In the novel version, Stanley is pretty obese and in the movie he is fairly