I liked the book better than the movie because the book makes more sense than the movie and how it made the readers interested with all the action it had. The movie was not good because it was nothing like the book. The movie wasn’t interesting and everything was just straightforward, by how Ender and his crew just went and killed the entire bugger race in one shot. Then Ender goes and tries to save the last queen right after killing all of them. So the book is the better choice if people want action.
1.0 Synopsis In the near future, a hostile alien race (called the Formics) have attacked Earth. If not for the legendary heroics of International Fleet Commander, Mazer Rackham, all would have been lost. In preparation for the next attack, the highly esteemed Colonel Graff and the International Military are training only the best young children to find the future Mazer. Ender Wiggin, a shy, but strategically brilliant boy is pulled out of his school to join the elite. Arriving at Battle School, Ender quickly and easily masters increasingly difficult war games, distinguishing himself and winning respect amongst his peers.
The Ender 's Game book and film are not similar. Andrew Wiggins “Ender” was chosen out of his two siblings to go to Battle School and fight off the buggers. He was chosen by Colonel Graff and Mazer Rackham to save mankind. The book was more enjoyable as a reader. The Ender’s Game book provided more detail of Ender’s siblings.
He didn’t really know much about love because once again, the war halted him from experiencing much of it. Next, Paul went through many changes throughout the course of the novel. He volunteered for war right after high school, changing many things in his life. He had always loved reading books, the way he would get lost in them, “I want to feel the same powerful, nameless urge that I used to feel when
This was also the perfect time to build his individual reputation in front of the Geats. Beowulf knew that he had the strength to take down these monsters and it would help him become great. When it comes to my individual life, I build my reputation by being the best person possible for others because then they will know I can be trusted or needed later down the road. I also think that respect can build a reputation and so if we can just be true to who we are, then our identity will be known as a good one. Beowulf after defeating Grendel and the mom, he ends up back in Geatland where he is king and so it shows that what he did built himself a highly renown reputation.
The Giver In the Giver book and movie there were a lot of similarities and differences between the two and here are just a few. ¨The Giver¨ book and movie had similarities like with mostly Jonas and some other things too. In the beginning, Jonas´s name was chanted by the community when he became the Receiver at the ¨Ceremony of Twelve¨. In ¨The Giver¨ Jonas, save´s Gabe from the community and leaves with Gabe. In The Giver Jonas tried to give his friends the memory of color but In the book Jonas tries with Asher and In the movie Jonas tries with Fiona.
This too, is out of the customary, because usually there is time for recovery and rest between each battle. Ender says, “I can’t do this” (252). Despite this, Ender and his army win the battle, which is exactly what the I.F. desired. The I.F.
Ender’s Impact “If you try and you lose then it isn’t your fault. But if you don’t try and we lose, then it’s all your fault.” In the second war against the buggers, also known as aliens, a lot of pressure rested on Ender Wiggins shoulders. During the first war, commander Mazer Rackham was able to defeat the buggers and keep them from destroying earth. In order to find the next Mazer, Col. Graff initiated a new military program. When Ender enters the program, he shows impressive skill and dodges each challenge that is thrown at him.
Ender’s tearful goodbye with his family, his training with his launch group during free time, and the several different armies he joined every time he started to make friends were all cut due to the shortened time line. Alai kissing Ender was also cut from the movie but the scene was still included with a more manly pat on the back, so this cut was obviously not due to the shortened time line. Petra was used as a plot device in this movie adding a forced romantic element that wasn’t in the book presumably because in the book she was 5 years older than Ender and romance isn’t usually a big thing for 6 and 11 year olds in the middle of a war. While this fills the void left by subtracting the vaguely incestual relationship between Valentine and Ender, it ruins Petra’s tomboyish character in the effort to make Ender a more macho less gay protagonist. Understandably the movie makers cut many smaller scenes to fit a shortened timeline and took out many problematic elements of the book in favor of a more traditional child romance; however, these cut plot lines took away some of the depth of the book, the cut scenes took away from Ender’s emotional range and strategic genius, and the added romance ruined the only major female character included in the movie
In the graphic novel Hercules is forced to slay monsters but in the movie Hercules wants to slay monsters to become a true hero so he can live with his father, Zeus. In the graphic novel Hercules kills the
At one point in everyone’s life, someone has to step up and lead a group to victory. In Orson Scott Card 's book, Ender’s Game, people depended on Ender to be the best leader the Fleet ever had in order to defeat the enemy, the Buggers. Ender was a good leader because he knows who he was fighting with and against, he trained and pushed his army to the limit, and he was smart and caring but also hostile at times. One way Ender was a good leader is by knowing who he was working with and against. When Ender first got his army after he became a commander, he trained with them and later he “wrote down his impression of each of the boys in the army, the things he notice right about them, the things that needed more work,” (Card 168).
Lee. This great general had a noble mentality that made him a great opponent, wise and many fortresses. He was one of the best in his classes with straight A 's, in addition to always stood out in his military training, which proved his potential. Also, he was from the cost of Virginia the opposite side of Grant. We can also say that Lee was a familiar person, he had an ideal aristocratic people never left aside during the battle, becoming a legend before the Appomattox.
In a world where little kids have to fight an alien race that seeks to destroy the whole entire world. One six year old kid must save us all, his name is Ender Wiggin. A race of aliens known as the Buggers seek to destroy earth and make it their colony, they are defeated due to a single commander, Mazer Rackham. By the threat of a third invasion occurs the international fleet finds that children can handle information the best, they start on training these kids to be the best combat specialists. Ender is chosen and trained, and surprisingly to the IF he is there best chance of winning this war.
The conversations between Colonel Graff and Major Anderson about Ender’s progress and skills were important to the story of his development as a warrior and leader. In the book those conversations were at the beginning of each chapter and in the movie they were at appropriate places in the action, so both worked well. The characters in the movies seemed to be more likeable than they were in the novel. You felt that you knew them better than reading about them in the novel. The war games, mind games, and the final battle were much more vivid in the movies.
Ender 's Game “ A 1v2, how do they expect us to win this one. They’re testing us, but it’s ok, we’ll give them what they want.” Civilians were in danger, the buggers were coming to attack, all hope seemed lost, but then Mazer Rackham defeated the buggers once and for all, or so we thought. The buggers were colonizing again with plans to attack and exterminate the human race, this is where Ender Wiggin comes in, Colonel Graff has been monitoring Ender in his daily life to determine whether he has what it takes to attend battle school and ultimately defeat the entire bugger race. Books, in my opinion, are almost always better than the movie and that stays true for this novel also, the novel has a much greater opportunity to give more details