Second there is more detail in the book than the movie. Well, I think that more detail is better because the more you know the better you understand the movie or
As I read the novel, I couldn’t help but to compare each word to the movie. I may have just recently watched it, but I was suddenly unsure of what I had seen. Was my memory failing me or were things truly that different? I felt like these differences changed the entire story line. The narrator shouldn’t be in a building that was about to be destroyed, this defeated the purpose of Project Mayhem. Then again, I was only on page one.
There are many differences between the movie and the book. First the positive points: This film attaches faces to Scout, Jem, Miss Maudie, and Dill, since no description of their faces is given in the book. Also, the film has some genuinely hilarious moments, particularly the scene where Scout is dressed as a ham and walking through the forest. Another good point is that the acting was superb and a treat to watch. Gregory Peck, who played Atticus, was captivating. The film is cast very well. The novel does not give physical descriptions of Scout, Jem, Miss Maudie, and Dill, but the film characters were believable. The actors look like what we would expect them to look like.
The big difference in plot development between the novel and the movie is the pacing of the story by removing the author’s side notes and
One is megs glasses and braces. In the book she has them but in the movie she doesn't . Another difference is Charles Wallace. In the book he's 5 and doesn’t go to school and can't read. Wile in the movie he's 6 reads and goes to school. Also in the book Camozots is bright and colorful but in the movie its dark and gloomy. The setting is also different the book take’s place in the past were there was no technology such as computers or internet while the movie dose. lastly another difference is the endings. In the book meg got to Camozots rescues Charles , her father and go home. Shortly after Mrs. Whatsit in a very faint mist tries telling meg something before she blows away and doesn't finish what she was saying. Wile in the movie meg saves Charles,Dad and the people of Camozots. Then go home to have a final goodby from the three
One of the most obvious changes being in that the book is understandably vastly wordy in comparison to the film, which is wordless at points, and deeply internal. The novel takes place almost completely inside the characters heads, which turn out to be overly complex and complicated, which was understandably one of the hardest elements to convert to the screen. What the novel depicts through long sentences, paragraphs, and long scenes, the film concludes in one angry stare or longing glance – showing the audience what a certain character is thinking, and how they may behave as the story continues. It takes the reader some time to ease into McEwan's complex structural pattern and slow, considered pacing. The film on the other hand, with its extended silent pauses, excess dialogue, and striking images, make it more accessible.
When you get to the beginning, middle, or end u realize they are both very different. The movie and book have a lot in common like they both have the same characters .
There are many similarities and differences that can characterize the movie and the book as different or similar. The movie provides a lot of differences to separate the movie from the book. There are some similarities to that really make the book and the movie similar too. I liked the book better because the book expresses Charlie’s thoughts and his development better.
The book and the movie are both very different, yet they are also the same in a few ways. In the book they had different characters, then the movie. In the movie they had gotten rid of some of the characters and then added new ones. The theme in the movie and the book is the same.
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
Personally I like the movie more than the book. It just gives more of the feeling that you are actually there in the story in the movie. The movie shows the faces they make how they react to something.It just planly better than the book verzion because the book verzion may say the facecial expresions, but you can’t see them like you can in the movie. There is some many reasons why the movies better I just can’t list them all.
One difference is the titles between the two. It is important because the audience might think the film is a whole different story, so they might not want to watch it. Another major difference is where Kevin dies. In the novel, Kevin dies in the hospital, but in the film, he dies in his sleep. This is crucial because it changes where Kevin gives Max the empty book. Also, Kevin and Max stop a man trying to take a woman’s purse in the movie, but in the novel, they do not. This is important because that was one of their first good deeds as Freak the Mighty. There are many important differences between the movie and the
One of the major differences is that the book takes place in the seventeen hundreds in Verona, while the movie takes place in the late twentieth century still in Verona. This difference makes the movie to appear of a rather young intellect due to the fact that the movie uses the same language as the book. It seems out of place.
Also the movie has more visuales and in the movie there’s more lines of text.also in the movie when the main character gets rejected in a car, but in the book no car is talked about.also in the book she never speaks.also in the movie she never gets a pistol, but in the book it says she stole one from her father.
There are many notable differences between the book and the movie of To Kill a Mockingbird. Although not all of the differences change the outcome of the full story. First, Jem retrieved his pants from the Radley fence, and Dill did not make up strip poker. Second, Aunt Alexandria never comes to live with the children. Third, the children never go to church with Calpurnia.