An item that is different is that many characters are not heirs and some aren’t even in the movie like in the novel. For example, Flora Baumbach wasn’t in the movie to be a mother figure for Turtle because Grace Wexler was being a good mother to Turtle. Also, another person that was not in the movie was Theo Theodorakis, and he wasn’t in the movie because Chris was already the one playing chess. Doug Hoo was in the movie, but he was not in The Westing Game itself. Another big difference was that Sydelle Pulaski wasn’t the mistake like she was in the novel.
Madame Sun Lin Hoo(who was the thief) and all of them have to do with emotion. In the movie Otis Amber is the inventor but in the book it is Mr. Hoo. Otis is also the personal investigator but in the movie there is no personal investigator. Even though the plots are mostly the same it is interesting why so many details were left out of the
Movies don’t have a complex storyline as movies shorten the story down to a simple plot with slight similarities to the book it is based off of. Most of the time, the script does not do the story justice. Movies are limited as it relies on visual stimulation and having to tell a story primarily through dialogue. It is tough for filmmakers to depict the inner conflicts of a character’s mind thus making it very shallow and lacking in depth. Furthermore, movies are visual and auditory.
Jeanette Walls has written it in a formal way, no feelings about the past, or the things what happened with her. While reading the book, the things happens, we expect that and you go to the next one, but in the film the thing hit us on the face. Even if this sounds nice, this movie isn’t perfect. Like everybody who ever had a read book, which later came out as a screenplay, feels disappointment after watched it. There is no faultless book-based movie.
Nick is not an honest storyteller but he is a reliable narrator because throughout the story he has been judgemental towards others and not saying the full truth or truly giving the reader the satisfaction of knowing his feelings. In the beginning, he said this “In consequence, I’m inclined to reserve all judgments, a habit that has opened up many curious natures to me and also made me the victim of not a few veteran bores.” (Pg.1). Thus from the very beginning of the novel, Nick was stating he had to reserve all judgments but as the reader continues to read on this statement turns out to be false as he in multiple occasions judges a character such as Tom, Gatsby, and Daisy. Nick is a reliable narrator though he tells the full truth all the way to the end well at least to the reader not actually to the characters in the novel.
Compare and Contrast Essay: A Wrinkle In Time/ And Then There Were None In the movie productions of A Wrinkle In Time and And Then There Were None, the directors did not follow the original story line. The directors made some changes in the movies which did eventually end up affecting some of the movie scenes.
Nonetheless, the movie version of To Kill a Mockingbird was released in 1962, and it starred Mary Badham as Scout and Gregory Peck as Atticus. While it’s ideal for the film version of a novel to match each other, there are several similarities and differences between the film and the novel versions of To Kill a Mockingbird (Packard 10). There are several things such as narration, characters, and focus that the movie version accomplished compared to its novel version, and vice versa. Narration Unlike a novel or written material, a film or any other visual content can make the first-person narration of a story very difficult.
Even though it's all based on the original epic there are so many differences between the movie Beowulf and the epic poem. The epic poem, is too boring for modern, sophisticated audiences, so hollywood established the story. Pagan and Christian perspectives. In the movie, Hrothgar and his Danes are pagan. Later, Unferth goes to Hrothgar to see if they should pray to God.
In the movie Nightjohn directed by Charles Burnett their were many differences than the book Nightjohn by Gary Paulsen. The differences are minimal and sometimes would not even be noticed. Most movies would be very boring if they would be the same as the book. In the book all the characters are different than they are in the movie. One character is Mrs.Waller the wife of Clel Waller.
An example of a difference between the two is the story describes Dr. Strauss as a man while the movie has a female actor play the role of Dr. Strauss. One of the main similarities between Charly and “Flowers for Algernon” is that they both characterize Charly as a male that is intellectually challenged at the beginning and then towards the middle of the plot he gains a massive amount of intelligence and becomes a brilliant young man. Charly has problems comprehending situations, reading or writing, and he doesn’t really possess any feelings or emotions at the beginning of the story. He shows his inability to comprehend when he fails to to do the test that Dr. Strauss and Professor Nemur give him to see if he is qualified for the experiment.
Orme 1 Ava Orme Dr. Shadden-Cobb Writing 24 Oct. 2016 The Outsiders: Book vs. Movie When you read a book and then watch the movie of that book, there will always be a few differences. The Outsiders book and movie hold that statement true. Most of the more important events are the same, but a lot of the details do not match up.
Now you know why the book and movie of Ender’s Game are so different and why the book is better. The movie adds unnecessary parts to it like ender when Ender had gotten tranquilized. It takes out many important parts in the movie like when Ender goes to salamander army. It even uses some important parts, but switches important things like dialogue, action, and even points of time.
In both, the book and the movie of Their Eyes Were Watching God there are many differences. Whether it’s a scene that is left out or just a line. The book was a higher level in contributing to the Harlem Renaissance than the movie. Also, the movie does not include the scene where Janie’s comes of age. The movie also leaves out the racism of Mrs. Turner, who praises Janie 's Caucasian feature and despices Tea Cake 's dark skin.
Ken Kesey’s figurative language in his novel, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, illustrates that a broken individual can be made whole again. Throughout his life, Bromden has always been assumed to be deaf and dumb. When he speaks to people, their “machinery disposes of the words like they were not even spoken” (181). Here, Kesey’s metaphor represents the effect that Bromden’s words have on a mind plagued with societal expectations. Bromden is a large, Native American man that does not conform to the mold set by the Combine.