While the book and movie have many similarities and differences, the movie was more effective in telling the story. To begin the movie scene was better, because the music and sound effects you really get to see what's going on in the movie and get a better picture in the movie than the book. “Somebody kicked me hard in the ribs and I yelped in spite of myself. some soc had knocked me out one of the four bunched and was kicking me as hard as he can.” In both the movie and the book in this
Carrying the books with hardcover and thousand pages to each class can be a hassle. Imagine that you have multiple classes in a day, you may have to lug around more than one textbook at a time. 3. Girls were significantly more likely to report back pain than boys. B.
There are many movies and books that have tons of similarities and differences. I choosed A Series of Unfortunate Events, because of the nail biting moments that are in the book and movie. Plus,and you just want to know what happened. They both have many differences, but not many similarities. Some of the differences are very big changes and might make you like the other one more.
Have you ever read a book and watched a movie that was similar to it? Many original books have been retold into movies. This can be difficult because most of the time the movies are not as exceptional as the books, but there are a very minimal amount of films out there that are. One example of this is with the film “O Brother Where Art Thou?” and the epic poem “The Odyssey.” The film, “O Brother Where Art Thou?” is very effective in retelling the epic poem “The Odyssey” because both have a similar plot, the characterization between the characters are comparable, and the themes are related. There are more similarities than differences between the film and epic poem.
During this time period, it was very popular to produce movies based off the books. Although A Separate Peace and Dead Poets Society aren’t based off of each other, but they have many things in common and
BOOM!!! !The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin. This is a book/movie that contains many exploding points. Twisting and turning shocking points.The storylines can be different in the book and the movie. But the book and movie have many similarities.
The story of Freak the Mighty is an intriguing, heartwarming tale. The book and the moving were enjoyable adventures. There are some very obvious similarities and differences between the two tellings of the story. The similarities and underlying themes are very interesting. First of all, Freak the Mighty, the book, and The Mighty movie have an obvious correlation.
In this situation, most students will probably say that the movie is better because it shows more detail; however, in the book/short story, Kurt Vonnegut Jr. included sensory detail that made the reader feel as though they were there watching the event take place; like they were in the audience. While the movie was entertaining, the story had you on the edge of your seat waiting for the next sentence. When there was written dialogue, the tone that was projected gave the story feeling and emotional connection. The descriptions of the characters and the way they acted, painted a visual picture so the reader was able to imagine and live the story of Harrison Bergeron’s life. Overall, the short story is preferred by those who like to know every detail and infer the ending and missing information so that it becomes a part of them and feel connected to the
Star Wars actually follows the whole Hero’s Journey the steps are a little out of order at some places but other than that is is about the same. There are many stories that follow this and it is very interesting to look at movies in this sequence, because you start to realize all of
Little factors can play a huge role in making a story feel different. I might complain sometimes that I don’t like it when a movie changes a book but most of the times it’s ok because it can make the story more fun, interesting and less boring. Or if you don’t understand the book or play then the movie might help in understanding what the story is telling the viewer