One difference that i 've noticed is that in the book michael needed extra credit to bring his GPA up and leigh anne got him extra classes to extend for the rest of the year “ he got an extra language class online” “ michael took before school bible studies that started at 6am” (Lewis pg.147) in the movie michael didn 't take any extra classes all he did was work hard with his tutor to get better grades in his regular classes. Another major scene that was very different in the movie was how the tuohy family met michael. In the movie michael was walking outside in the cold walking to the school gym when the tuohy family drove by and leigh anne asked him where he was going and when he answered they turned their car around she got out and insisted he stay with them the night. But In the book it was totally different sean tuohy found michael “When sean Tuohy first spotted michael oher sitting in the stands in the briarcrest gym, staring at
To continue with the character differences, another main one is that in the book Hannah has a brother,Aaron, and Aunt Eva has a brother, Grandpa Will or Wolfe, who was with her in the camp. A somewhat minor difference is that Hannah is referred to as Hannah in both the dream and reality in the movie. In the book however, Hannah is referred to as Chaya in the dream and Hannah in reality. Not to mention that there was also more missing characters between the book and the movie. An example would be that there is no Gitl or Yitzchak in Hannah’s dream in the movie while there was in the book.
I did think that there were a couple that really stood out to me though. One difference was that in the movie the two parts of the town were addressed as the south side and the north side but in the book it was east and west sides. I’m not sure why the author would change it from the book but overall it didn’t make too much of a difference because they usually just called them either socs or greasers and didn’t refer to which part of town they lived on as much. Another difference I noticed was that in the book Sodapop and Dally has blonde hair unlike the book where they had black. Again, this didn’t change the book all that much but it may confuse some people because in the book the author described their personalities and characteristics a lot different than in the movie so you may not know who is talking in the movie unless they say the name.
The book is in 3rd person point of view, while the movie is told in 1st point of view/ Turtle’s point of view. The point of view changed how the story was told, for example, in the book we got to know everything about the characters, their secrets, their clues, their ideas. But, in the movie, we only get to know what Turtle knows.
Another difference is Donna's reaction when first seeing Cujo. In the book, she is clumsy, and described as "paralyzed." But, in the movie, she is mainly focused and worried on getting Tad safe, and Cujo off the car's window. A final difference that is changed between the movie and book, are the names. Donna's name is the same in both the book and movie, but not her son's.
She also lost all of her family in the Holocaust, but that isn’t really talked about in the movie. Some other characters who are in the book, but not the movie, are Yitzchak, Gitl, Rachel, Yente, Shifre, and Fayge. On the other hand, the movie contains the character Ariel, but he isn’t mentioned at all in the book. The plot also differs from the book to the
The appearance of a few significant characters are quite different in the book and the movie. Annabeth in the book is described as having blonde hair and has gray eyes. Annabeth in the movie was portrayed with brown hair and blue eyes. Grover in the book is caucasian
One of the most noticeable changes in the movie was when Lennie was by the pond. In the book, he has an illusion of his Aunt Clara and some rabbits. In the movie, this scene was removed, leaving a fairly large gap in the viewer's mind. The second, and another prominent difference, is when Lennie is in the barn with the dead puppy and Mrs. Curly. In the book, after everything happens, it cuts to another scene.
A few examples of this are Susie 's murder. In the movie she is lured in and murdered but it does not show or explain it where in the book she is lured in the same but then in detail it described how she was raped and murdered and disposed of. Another would be Ray and Ruth. In the book and movie Ray is Susie 's first and only love interest and in the book Susie inhabits Ruth 's body and has intercourse with Ray then tries to contact her family while Ruth is up with the murdered women she saw , in the movie they only kiss and Ray is the only one she tries to reach. Some small difference would be how the order is different things that happen early in the movie aren 't discussed till later in the book.
One differences that really stood out to me was when Ransome didn't die. In the book Ransome got thrown off of the boat because he gave Mr. Shuan a dirty Panakin. In the movie Ransome was going to die, because he stole a biscuit and gave it to davie but they crashed. I was very surprised that
The first difference that I have immediately noticed is that the story starts out in the middle at Frank’s funeral, but the movie starts out in a field. Another difference in the movie is the absence of Frank's sister, Cathleen and older brother, Steve who we read about in the story. " Next day Steve drove with his wife back to Baltimore where he managed the branch office of a bank, and Cathleen, the middle child, drove with her husband back to Syracuse." (p. 80) Moreover, in both versions the characters have different jobs, for example Matt owns a store in the story.
The movie has a different story structure. Unlike the book the movie has some flashbacks. Some differences are that she walks in oh the man in the beginning. The tells his wife in the movie that he is having an affair with another woman. The story clerk does not offer the woman cheesecake in the book.
Many things are different between the story and the film, for example Mary prepared her make-up and steadied her voice while preparing to go to the store. Their was different between them such as when in the story Patrick is a detective but in the film he’s a chief. The Characters in the film were very similar to the picture
The general plot was of course the same, but there was also how Montag’s opinion of the society changed over the course of the movie. Clarisse’s character was majorly changed throughout the movie compared to the book. This was because she never died in the movie when “"No. The same girl.