The producers, it seems while trying to make the movie fit the modern times, they cutout or changed certain things about characters, theme, and symbols that caused it to be slight different from the book. The fact is that no matter how well the movie covers the book, there will always be some noticeable difference, as Fitzgerald’s words from the book paint’s a vivid picture of the scenes, that it’s come to life in the mind of its reader. Therefore, even with a perfect design, cast, and performance, any movie version can only disappoint. One of the biggest difference can be seen in the theme representation of the American Dream. While the movie shows the achievement of the American dream, the book shows its failure.
Many things are changed in the film, and these separate the movie from the book quite a bit. There are many similarities between the movie and book versions of The Giver. One of the biggest similarities is how Jonas’s view of the Community changes throughout the plot. In the book, as Jonas receives memories about the past, he begins to hate the Community and his life in it. He tries to share memories with his friends and family and wants things to change.
This concept additionally relates to societies codes of conduct and decisions. Although Benn Gunn and Long John Silver both abandon a part of their lifestyle at some point, there can be many different outcomes depending on someone's decisions. Between Silver, Gunn, and several other characters in this novel, the interaction of codes of conduct is an underlying aspect, that in reality, are crucial to developing character roles, the story plot, and just make for a more entertaining story as a whole. Robert Louis Stevenson is able to achieve these principles due to his involvement of codes of conduct within Benn Gunn, Long John Silver, and several other characters in the
The film is a wonderful work but there were still many things cut out that were in the book. Overall, the film and book share many similarities but there are also many differences between the two The film of To Kill a Mockingbird has many strengths throughout its length. The movie goes over and covers all of the major plot points from the book. It covers the major scenes such as the jailhouse scene, when they break into the Radley property, the Tom Robinson trial, and of course when Bob Ewell attempts to kill Jem and Scout. The film is amazing and is sure to get an audience hooked with constant changes happening throughout.
What Information is Necessary? Mya Maldini In the book the Paper Towns by John Green there are many noticeable differences compared to the movie. This includes special characters and locations. As the audience, I believe to create a successful film, that it is important to include as much detail that was in the novel, but in a summarized fashion. John Green did a good job at getting most of the important details into the movie, but as a reader there are a couple parts that may stand out.
Although some might think the epic poem, Beowulf and the animated movie, Aladdin may have nothing in common, these two works actually have many relatable aspects. One of these common characteristics is the type of the plot that both of these works contain, the Hero’s Quest. However, with these similarities come many differences in these respectable works of literature. These similarities and differences include the Hero’s Quest, the type of villain, and the hero portrayed in each plot. Which one fits the Hero’s Quest better?
Within the two texts, The Sun also Rises, and The People of the Whale, war and relationships are two of the main focuses and are present various times throughout each text. Moreover, the present themes make both of the texts parallel while staying simultaneously different adding depth and a multifaceted approach to something you would normally overlook The devastation of war occurred in both books yet it affected each protagonist in different ways. For Mike, in The sun Also rises, it was for the best for it gave him a sense of belonging and comfort yet for Thomas and Jake it was for the worse while being not only mentally and emotionally but as well as physically scarring. As you can imagine, war is a place of destruction and death that leaves a marks, both physical and mental on those affected by it whether fighting for
In many novels, the characters often challenge the reader through their actions and beliefs. Lord of the Flies by William Golding demonstrates this through the characters of Jack and Simon. In this novel, Jack challenges the reader because he shows that you should never be as savage as him. However with Simon, he challenges the reader to be more like him and to be brave and do things to benefit other people. This is achieved through the use of themes and techniques such as power, innocence, narrator, omniscient, foreshadowing, descriptive language and allusion.
Still, there are several similarities between the themes and protagonists. In the stories, the themes can be compared, especially through the idea of how to justify murder. The conflicts, on the other hand, show few similarities from film to story, but the characters share many traits. To conclude, after reading “The Most Dangerous Game,” seeing the film High Noon, and analyzing them both, the message can be reached that sometimes, in order to save yourself, you must face your problems head on even if you find yourself in a situation you’d never expect to be
Between plot lines, changes like the way the grievers attacked, and the amount of gladers sent up at time definitely had an impact on how the movie played out but found a way to connect it to the novel. Then within the characters, when Alby approaches Thomas in a more calmly way, in the movie, it helps Thomas have the opportunity to make more bold question from the start. Lastly, changes in the settings were also made, for example the outline of the maze. That created a different glade with four opening instead of one and creates a new way to escape. Although these changes were made, the overall outcome of the movie did stay true the original ideas in the movie.
The boys in The Lord of the Flies had driving factors portrayed as symbols like the beast, the dead paratrooper and the conch shell which progressed their downwards spiral in the direction of savagery. Golding created a novel which had many events similar to the real world today. For instance, many people have fears and suspicions which withhold them from uncovering new realizations and discoveries. In addition, when power gets into the wrong hands, and organization and order are no longer priorities, people tend to go crazy. The boys in Lord of the Flies are similar to the real world today, but on a much smaller scale.
Even though Hamlet’s ending isn’t a happy ending like Simba’s, they both still find resemblances in their stories, considering they both have selfish murderous uncles who tries to take advantage of them and that both, Simba and Hamlet had to learn a life lesson to overcome their conflicts in the story. Even though one of the characters is a lion and the other is the 17th century Prince of Denmark, they both have to deal with the same conflicts and the same