The most important change was when Dorothy in the book goes to The Land of Oz; however, in the film she doesn't. Even though in the book Dorothy purposely throws water at the Wicked Witch she does it because she is angry, yet in the film they make it an accident so she doesn't seem malevolent. Scarecrow, Tin Woodman, and Cowardly lion get what they want physically; however, in the film they get it literately. For over a hundred years, the film and book are still enjoyable and entertaining, regardless of the many differences about the incredible story of Dorothy and the Land of
There were a lot of similarities and differences between the short story version of All Summer in a Day written by Ray Bradbury and the movie version directed by Ed Kaplan. But I think the movie version was better because it showed more things in it than the short story did. For example in the short story they did not mention the sun lamps but in the movie they started out with the children in the sun lamps. But I think the biggest differences between the story and movie was in the plot events and the resolution. There were a ton of similarities and difference in these parts.
“Where the Red Fern grows,” is a book and a movie. The movie and the book has the same scenes but the movie is missing some details. The book has more narration than the movie. The book in my opinion feels like I am there. It draws me in more than the movie does.
In 1983, Francis Ford Coppola created the film version of S.E. Hinton’s book The Outsiders. In the movie and the book, the story takes place in a town where people are segregated by where they live. People on the east side were called greasers, and people on the west side were referred to as the socs. The main character remains the same in both the movie and the novel; his name is Ponyboy. In the book, and the story basically the same thing happens to Ponyboy, with a couple differences sprinkled here, and there. Throughout the book, and the novel it is clear that there are many similarities, and differences. There are 3 major changes that affect the story. One change that greatly affects the story is Mickey Mouse isn’t in the book. Another
" Fighting. Torture. Poison. True love. Hate. Revenge. Giants... Pain. Death. Brave men. Coward men. Strongest men... Miracles.” These are the kind things you would find in the classic tale of The Princess Bride. You might’ve heard of the story of the princess bride, by William Goldman. Although the princess bride was originally a book it was made into a film in 1987. The book and screenplay have many differences, but they are also similar in many ways.
There is a cause and effect to the many events you put yourself through, whether positive or negative it may affect your chances to a new beginning in the future. Outcast because of their ?physical appearance, Grendel and Beast create isolated lives for themselves; however, Beast recognizes the transformative impact of love, while Grendel gives in to his inner darkness.
Beowulf, an epic recorded in the year 1060 by the Beowulf Poet, is the encapsulation of what genuine written work is, characterizing the standard of the epic itself. The more modern film of "Beowulf", delivered in 2007, is an endeavor to do equity to the Beowulf Poet's artful culmination. The poem and film have a few key similitudes and contrasts, which impact the reader/viewer. Essential likenesses between the two incorporate the courageous qualities of Beowulf and the separating of Grendel's arm; in any case, the motion picture has some exceptional contrasts from the content, for example, Beowulf's temptation by Grendel's mom, and how the result of this wrongdoing is his child the dragon, while in the content this brute is viewed as a rebel creature.
Dr. Seuss is known for many books, but this time of year, one main book he has written becomes particularly popular. The Grinch Who Stole Christmas was written nearly 50 years ago and is still very well known today. In its popularity, several different versions from the original story have been put out including a live action movie and a simpler animated movie. Of the three The Grinch Who Stole Christmas varieties, my favorite is the animated movie for a few reasons.
In the shirt scene . Daisy began to cry as Nick Narrates and explain the reason why she was crying because she missed the times with Gatsby . She is overwhelmed by the shirts that she can't express her feeling . In the book it didn't say anything about her missing Gatsby .
Once upon a time lived a young and beautiful prince known for his ignorance and cold heart. One cold winter’s night, a witch disguised as an old beggar offers him a rose red as blood in exchange for shelter. Spoiled and greedy as he was, he refused and thought the
“Always be a good girl, and I will look down from heaven and watch over you.” (Page 1) The Disney Cinderella was released on February 15th, 1950 but the tale told by The Grimm Brothers is a different twist on the Disney classic movie; instead of a fairy godmother and sweet, little mice running around, The Grimm Brothers wrote about a tree growing on Cinderellas mothers’ grave and with the help of tiny birds, every wish Cinderella makes comes true. The violent version of Cinderella by the Grimm Brother explains the struggle she faced trying to get away from her stepsisters but also keeping her humble and kind side looking for true love.
The classic tale of Beauty and the Beast by Madame de Villeneuve and the story of Cupid and Psyche by Edith Hamilton share many similarities and contradictions. A commonality between both stories is that both main female role is renowned for their beauty. Another parallel is that the main male love interest lets his love go back to their loved ones which also leads to developments within the stories. However, there are many differences in each story as well. Within Cupid and Psyche, the location of their story takes place in a kingdom within Ancient Greece, and Beauty and the Beast takes place in a small town. An alteration between the stories is that of main male character being depicted as a monster or a beast. Throughout the classic tale of Beauty and the Beast characteristics of the characters as well as situations that occur are similar to the story of Cupid and Psyche but do differ in many ways as well.
The original French folktale, Beauty and the Beast by Madame de Villeneuve, the popular Disney movie Beauty and the Beast, and a short story simply titled Beast by Francesca Lia Block can all be analyzed using Vladimir Propp’s methodology. While these stories neither follow Propp’s linear formula nor have a traditional villain, they still hold many of the elements Propp defines in Morphology of the Folktale.