In 1973, the beloved children’s classic, Charlotte’s Web, made its first appearance onto the screen. Over 30 years later, a newer version of the classic hit the big screen. Since both were closely based on the original book written by E. B. White, the movies still hold true to the core values and overall plot. Between the two films, there arose many similarities, but there were still a few variations in the two films. This essay will compare and contrast the ways in which the original animated version of Charlotte’s Web in 1973 and the live-action version of Charlotte’s Web in 2006 on terms of character’s setting, personalities, and plot. The obvious differences between the setting in the two versions of Charlotte’s Web is that one has been drawn and turned into cartoon whereas the later version of the movie is filmed on a set. The house is set up very similar in regards to where they eat and the bedrooms being upstairs. The kitchen is the main area of action in both and quiet scenes take place in the bedroom with Fern and Wilbur. Wilbur stays at Uncle Homer’s barn which is red and houses the same types of animals. The setting of these versions are probably the most similar areas of the two films. When the …show more content…
To summarize this essay, there are several points that highlight differences between the two films, yet the overall context of the film remains the same. One common theme that tends to drive the force between the reasoning in why the two films have varying aspects is because they were made for slightly different audiences at different times in society. Though both versions of the movie have small portions that vary from one another, the main emphasis is the same and both versions are loved by the
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Both “Harrison Bergeron ''the movie and book are very interesting ; though, the themes are similar,the series of events, tone, and conflict are very different from one another. Though some parts are different, the themes in both the film and the book are very similar. The theme of either story is that no matter what, no one is equal. The film and novel both demonstrate trying to make people who are special equal inferior.
The two movies, “Guess Who's Coming to Dinner” and “Selma” are outstanding in their own perspective. The movie “Guess Who's Coming to Dinner” was based on a woman, Joanna Drayton, an extroverted woman and a man, John Prentice, a black doctor become engaged in a time period, 1960s, where civil right movement was at peak and racial equality was a national topic with different personal views and ideas about the situation. On the other hand, “Selma” depicts the movement to secure equal voting rights by Martin Luther King Jr. through his march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965. Even though both movies were exemplifying the same time period of 1960s, they have a different method in filmmaking. In common terms, the movies that are released in the past decade has been more concentrated toward digital processing and editing however the movie made in 1960s had seldom reach to digital editing and processing.
Therefore, in this essay the differences of these two women will be defined in order to relate better to the essential meaning of the movie: doubt.
Comparing and contrasting 2081 to Harrison Bergeron Admit it, one time you were bored or sat down with nothing to do and couldn’t help but imagine how life would be if everyone was equal, don’t even try denying it, you’ve thought of that at least once in your life, but as any good writer would do, they’d write their thoughts down and turn it into a story, that’s exactly what Kurt Vonnegut did. Just imagine living a life where no one gets compared to others in any way. We all wish for a society like that, but Kurt showed us how equality can negatively affect our society. But that’s not the our main idea in this essay, our main idea is to highlight the comparisons and contrasts between the story “Harrison Bergeron” and the movie version “2081”. To begin with, Both the story and the movie had the same introduction/ Opening; “Everybody was finally equal.
1. How do you think the new and old versions represent different aspects of their societies/times? What are the similarities and differences? For this assignment I reviewed the movies Emma and Clueless.
There are some similarities between Charlotte’s Web and Hana’s Suitcase on the basis of conflicts is character vs society and character vs character. To begin, the main characters of Charlotte’s Web and Hana’s Suitcase respectively Wilbur and Hana are inhibited reaching their goals because of the social rules. In Charlotte 's Web, Wilbur’s life seems to be harm at the birth because Wilbur is a weak pig. To explain, Mrs. Arable said, “One of the pigs is a runt. It’s very small and weak, and it will never amount to anything” (White 1).
For example, in the book, only one person drowns Pony, but in the movie, three people drowned him. This is different because in the book Pony is being drowned at the water fountain by only one person. On the other hand in the movie Pony is getting drowned by three people instead of one like it is in the story. Another comparison between the book and the movie would be when Ponyboy goes to court and doesn’t testify in the book, but in the movie he does. These are different because in the book when Pony has to go to court for the murder of Bob he doesn’t testify in the movie when he goes to court he does testify.
The book and movie versions of A Series of Unfortunate Events very big differences. The biggest differences between the movie is Violet uses a grappling hook to save sunny from the tower. In the movie klaus climbs the tower without a grappling hook. I also thought this was not the biggest change
Another difference would be the way the short stories were ordered. In the book, the stories were told in no perceptible order, making it hard to remember who is whose daughter/mother etc. The movie begins with a party which all the characters attend, and the stories are disclosed as the character is thinking about it. The mother and daughter’s stories are staged after one another. The movie allows for a more natural way of telling the story, and makes it easier to remember the characters and associate mothers with daughters.
It’s easy to pin point the difference but in reality they share common themes which includes life lessons. Despite the difference in the years and the actors both the classic and sequel has common themes that can be applied to situations now in day. When we compare and contrast
This essay will discuss how the film uses these two techniques, in reference to the film, and to what ideological and political ends are the techniques used in the films with specific references from the film to support the argument. A Man with a Movie Camera is based around one man who travels around the city to capture various moments and everyday