Some qualities and characteristics change. Nevertheless, some parts are similar to each other. Harrison's characteristics in both the book and the movie were similar which made both versions enjoyable for the reader and it highlights the important themes that lie within the story. One of the characteristics that highlighted Harrison's characters and made it stand out is how he was stronger than average which gave an impression to the audience about how they government suppresses people's strength. Another characteristic that made Harrison's character stand out is how he had the same stance and position against the government which shows his determination to make things better and free people from how the government is suppressing them.
While that was showcased in the beginning of the film from Bridget’s character and lifestyle, it later shifts to where she wants to find the right man. This is a change in Hollywood that came about with postfeminism, where it was once again okay if a woman wanted to end up with a man. There is one characteristic of postfeminism that did not appear in Bridget Jones’ Diary (2001), and that is that Bridget did not have a feminine profession. In most postfeminism films, the leading lady always has a
The narrator seems to be sane at the beginning of the story, but her husband’s attempts to cure her actually made the condition far worse. He confined her to a room and took away the one thing she loved to do; using her imagination as a writer. He stated that she should not be socially active, as it will worsen her condition, but being in isolation actually made things worse. She disagreed with his actions, but was unwilling to go against him. One example is when Charlotte said, “I sometimes fancy that in my condition if I had less opposition and more society and stimulus -- but John says the very worst thing that I can do is think about my condition and I confess it always makes me feel bad, so I will let it alone and talk about the house.”
Friar Laurence did not seem to believe that he was a major reason for the suicides of Romeo and Juliet, and he more blamed the feud instead. Tybalt would presumably do the same, because he would not want his character to be ruined. As a result, the incompetence of Friar Lawrence and the impulsiveness of Tybalt are what caused Romeo and Juliet’s
That was a biggest thing that was changed as this was the main point of the whole story. But still I think this change in the movie was good making the movie more romantic and showing that Gatsby died with the feelings of a winning but showing the audience that he was actually not a
Friar should have taken a bigger role in his plan and gave himself more responsibilities. There was a lack of communication between Romeo and Friar Laurence because he didn 't speak to him right before he left for Mantua only the night before. In addition to that Friar also should have warned Juliet about anything that could have went wrong and not manipulate her into thinking it was going to be easy. If Friar Laurence would have not been so worried about covering up his mistake of marrying them when he knew it was not approved of he would have been thinking clearer and the friar could have made a better plan that was not so complicated, If it wasn 't for that Romeo and Juliet would still be
Second, the movie did not include that janie had to go through the struggle of being african american and a female. And finally, the move doesn't really express the importance of community that the book did. The movie Their Eyes Were Watching God was over sexualized the director used Janie's good looks and very intimate scenes to make the movie more marketable. Zora Neale Hurston describes Janie as having “firm buttocks like
Both films had similarities to the novel, The Great Gatsby. Although the storylines were not exactly alike, the characters had the same attitude and personality toward people and disputes that occurred. Luhrmann 's adaptation of Fitzgerald 's novel, The Great Gatsby, stated accurate on the development of the characters and their personalities as well as their attitude. Allen’s homage on Fitzgerald 's novel occurred similar to stating the characters personalities and attitudes just with different characters. Both films created some sort of Gatsby story in some way which made the films and novel come together.
Friar Laurence, being an adult, should have saw things were getting out of hand, and should have let Romeo and Juliet’s parents know what was going on. He could have helped Romeo and Juliet in a different way, by helping them convince their parents to give up the blood feud and to let them be together. If he had done this he would have saved Romeo and Juliet the trouble of trying to run away from their parents, and he could have spared them their
In depth, The last point to show how the movie is modernized can be seen in the last scene of the movie where Sebastian showed his penis to prove he was a boy and also when Viola does the same when she showed her breast. The idea of nudity and the showing of private areas of a gender is endured in today 's American society or culture because nudity was not acceptable in Shakespeare’s