In the book, there was not very much expression. The movie really brought it to life with the actors emotion. The movie felt more powerful because you can see the book really happening. We got attached to the characters from reading the book, so when we see the visual of the book it was more heartbreaking.
Both movie and novel share similar qualities . The novel and movie have same characters who die. Like johnny bob and Dallas. the church burnt down there for johnny died. Even Though the movie and novel Are quite similar they're both quite different .
Although the novel and film are similar in terms of plot and theme, they are different in terms of characters. Charlie’s emotions and personal trials were a large part of both plots because the whole story is about his personal maturation and experiences. Intolerance was an important issue in the life of Charlie Gordon because it was hard for him to be accepted anywhere else but the bakery. Although some of the original characters were removed from the film, their personalities were incorporated into that of another character.
My first reason why the movie and the book are different, is the point of view. The book is written in 3rd person, and the movie is told by Turtle’s point of view. I found Turtle’s point of view more enjoyable than 3rd person, even though I liked the book more than the movie.
Since there are two parts of the movie that last more than two hours long, the book pretty much mimics the movie. Unlike other movies that have to take out important scenes to make it fit in a reasonable time length. One similarity in the book and movie is the plot structure. For example, in both
There are many similarities and many differences between the book and the movie. In the movie Of Mice and Men there are over 15 differences. For example, the first major difference from the book and the movie is at the end of the in the movie George does not hesitate to kill Lennie, but in the book it was very hard to shoot him. He first aimed the gun at Lennie and then put the gun down but he had to put the gun back to Lennie head. That is a major part because George hesitating to shoot causes suspense and sorrow. George‘s best friend that he has been through everything with and he has to kill him. The director changed this scene to change the tone and outcome of the movie. The book had a better ending than the movie because it makes you feel depressed also the movie did not get as intense as the book did, because the director explained the outcome a different way.
There are many differences between “The Book Thief” movie and book. In this essay I will describe some differences that really popped out to me. I will discuss how Max’s biggest goal of one day becoming a professional boxer has been completely removed from the entire movie. I will also talk about how I think that Rudy comes across the existence of Max’s stay fairly early in the book. I also noticed that Rosa and Hans children are not at all in the movie. Another event is when Hans delivers bread to a Jewish man when he is being paraded through the street. This happens in the book however not in the movie.
Certain scenes seemed powerful and well interpreted. Both Ralphs and Piggys were well selected and portrayed in both movies. Simon in the second version seemed too young for the big role he was given in the book. Also if you notice in the second movie, the director added kids of color. A huge drastic change since in the book they were all English boys in during World War II. When you think about it, you imagine them blonde, blue eyes, and fair skin. So to add different ethnics in this movie was a bold move, you wouldn’t know how the people would react to that. Which brings me up the accents of the boys. One movie actual English accent while the other was an American accent. The author emphasized that the boys were English and to put kids with American accents set the thing off. Which brings up the choice of language in both movies. The black and white version they used a lot of dialogue from the book. They mostly made the movie just as the reader would imagine. While in the second movie, the director’s choice of foul language for Jack to use towards Piggy was a shocking reaction to the viewers, as you didn’t expect him to say that.
For example, at the beginning of the movie we learned that Ben had no father nor any sibling like Kevin did in the book. In the book, Kevin was motivated by his father to do well in school and get good grades to get a good job as well as being under his two sister’s successful shadows. In the movie, Ben had to be self-motivated and worked hard to get the grades that he wanted with only the support of his mother. Because of the similar plot the movie and book were pretty similar in the middle, but they did show different focuses. The book focused more on the card counting expertise and thoughts that came about because of the high stress lifestyle Kevin lived. In the movie they were able to focus on the party life of Ben because of his new lifestyle. A very significant difference was in the end of both stories and how one had a neat and tidy ending and one left the audience wondering what happened next. In the book Kevin does not know for sure what he should do for the rest of his life because of his attachment to the lifestyle of card counting. In the movie. Ben was sure he was not completely done card counting and even formed a new team to
Some of the differences I found were how the character was feeling. In the movie he had got used to the them coming to visit him. In the book he always had a different emotion that he felt or how the spirits welcomed him. Also the book had a lot more detail that the movie didn’t show. One more I had found was how the book had ended comparison to the movie. It was more dramatic. The movie had only told what he was doing next.
While watching the movie I noticed several differences from the book. I noticed while in the book they had crash landed on the island with no adults in the movie they cashed in the ocean and drifted to the island. I also noticed several other differences. In the book it seemed to be going slowly but i the movie they seemed to be moving very fast. I disliked the move for how different it was compared to the book.
All in all, the book was, by far, much better than the movie. This is because the book can give us a better view of what Craig is thinking and feeling because he is our narrator. It is easier to see what is going on in his head and why he is doing what he is doing. The few changes that the screenwriters made didn't influence the story much but it would have been much better if they kept it the