The viewer’s main focus is on the love triangle rather than the political context making the overall storyline easy to understand. This also is an aspect as to why this movie conforms to a classical narrative approach. Memento’s narrative plot has a
James Whaley is an English born director whom participated in several films for Universal studios where he eventually took up the task of directing Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein novel following the popular release of Dracula that same year. The success of Frankenstein was rooted in it’s genre being a horror film and the immediate success it brought to movie producers. The interpretation by Whaley is highlighted by several plot transitions which are not shown in the movie as well as certain alterations like Henry Frankenstein (Victor in the book) using a criminal brain rather than any other brain collected as implied by Shelley. Other major differences in the plot of the movie compared to the novel involves the monster Frankenstein himself and everything about the character. In the movie Frankenstein is portrayed as an impulsive monster only capable of fulfilling his most physical and animal like actions.
In the book, the main character is named Victor Frankenstein, but in the movie he is called Henry Frankenstein and his friend is shown as Victor Moritz. If someone read book as a first, and saw the movie later, he may feel a little bit confused. This change, could take place by the fact that director wanted to soften the image of the main character, which was portrayed as an insane, desire to compare himself with the god man, the name Victor in itself sounds rather scary and very seriously, and the name Henry sounds friendly and nice for the
The Montagues and Capultets come together and the zombies and humans decide to help each other out. Many would say that Warm Bodies is an adaption of the play Romeo and Juliet while others could say that they’re merely borrowed ideas, either way they both create somewhat similar effects among the audience. We see both arts of literature as romantic. However, Romeo and Juliet is a romantic tragedy where they both end up dead but whereas as Warm Bodies is seen as a comedy romance. Warm Bodies is a modern work of literature and that makes it more relatable to today’s society.
Tom and Daisy are not right for each other. Tom knows that so he does what any unhappy man does when he is in a unhappy marriage, he has an affair. Once upon a time, Tom did love Daisy, he got married to her; but somewhere along the way, he lost interest in her and found himself wanting more. Tom has an affair with Myrtle Wilson, who is loved unconditionally by her very sweet and very hard working husband, George. The women in the relationship are not innocent either; Myrtle has an affair, but Daisy does things a little
These are Bruno's questions that he never lived to get the answers to. Movies are often based off its original form as a book. The films include major events, but are tweaked for the viewers enjoyment. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas movie contains additions, deletions, changes, and rearrangements to existing elements from the book. Like all relations from books to movies, they have similarities and differences.
The two works used in this essay are the story of Beowulf, by Seamus Heaney, and the movie of King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, directed by Guy Ritchie. Some things that appear in the King Arthur movie are included due to Hollywood effects that are not mentioned in the real story of King Arthur. Other than that, most of the information in the movie contains the same information as the mythical story. The two heros in both works play major roles in the storyline and have a huge effect on many different things that happen throughout the plot. Two major things that these two are remember for are their heroic acts and that they were both kings.
The book The Giver, a dystopian novel by Lois Lowry, and its movie adaptation have many similarities and differences. There are many aspects of Lowry’s story that remain the same in both versions of it. Generally, the characters, setting, plot, and events stay true to the book. However, in the movie interpretation there are some things that are changed and made different from the original book. Many things are changed in the film, and these separate the movie from the book quite a bit.
The two films, A Midnight in Paris and The Great Gatsby by F. Scott, share many similarities in the sense that Gil is much alike to Nick Caraway, how they see everything happen and try to innovate the situation, but are not successfully and then in a way give up. Two men that resemble each other are Gil and Gatsby, in the sense that he is passionate and has hope for many things, although he is different because Gil already has a fiancé and neither do Gatsby or Nick have a woman and Gil is not trying to steal someone’s wife. Although, Pablo is trying to take his, so that is, a similarity someone’s wife is still being taken away from their husband, although no one gets run over or shot in a pool, Midnight In Paris still shares many similarities with The Great Gatsby. The music is for each era they go through, it goes from jazz to calm, relaxing band music to wild dance parties and the music is proper; there is no modern music when in the “Golden Age”. The scenes in the movie also resemble the book, when Gil tells Inez that he does not want to be with her anymore her parents break in and they never actually approved of him as Daisy’s parents never approved of Gatsby to be with their daughter and he ends up never being with her.
This portrayal of the story is the biggest difference between the movie and the book. There are many things similar, including the characters, the tools and weapons, and the storyline. On the contrary, there are many things different, including the scenery and lighting, the clothing, and the actors cast. The first example of how the movie and book are the same are the characters in the plot. Cora remains one of the similar characters in the book and in the movie.