Movie Compare And Contrast: A Christmas

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Compare and Contrast: A Christmas Carol Greedy is showing selfishness in you, and it usually for money or wealthiness. The movie and play, A Christmas Carol, show the theme, and example, of greediness. A Christmas Carol is a movie and play that is based on being nice to each other, especially when it comes to Christmas, because Christmas is the time to share good things, and to be kind. "'God bless us, everyone!'" (bookrags.com) This quote always made me happy and sometimes made me laugh. The quote seems very cute and kind, because he is a little boy who says that phrase, almost all the time in the movie. The movie has things that are for little children, while the play has more intense things for older, mature people. Both, the movie and play,…show more content…
For instance, one of them is that Tiny Tim is on crutches. Tiny Tim is a character in the movie and play. He is a little boy, who is on crutches, and is Scrooge’s nephew. Another similarity is that Scrooge is so joyful, that he jumps, and runs around, so happily. Also, the movie and play, use the same characters. Likewise, they both include, when Scrooge sees the ghosts. The ghosts are the present, the past, and the future. Present is the the ghost that is “living” right now. Past is the ghost that is no longer existing in real life, but is still here, as a ghost. Future is the ghost that will come in “later.” All the ghosts, and spirits, from the movie, and play, show Scrooge, a lonely and greedy man, that show him his life from someone else’s point of view. Similarly, the movie and play, both share a moment when Scrooge is acting like a greedy, lonely man. He has forgotten about Christmas spirit and is just just being cruel and mean to all the people out there, but suddenly, he changes to a total different mood, when he wakes up, and realizes it is still Christmas. Now he makes a choice to be nice and generous, by sharing his money with everyone. Since no one can see Scrooge, he has to hand out gifts, or money, with an anonymous name. The movie and play share a lot of…show more content…
An example could be when he has a conversation about his first love. This difference is not that noticeable, but it stands out to the audience more than it does to the reader. The movie was a lot more detailed than the play itself. An example is the family dinner. it was more detailed in the movie, than the play. In my opinion, I really like the play, because it was really funny. However, the movie, in my opinion, was very bland and boring. The play was much funnier than the movie, while the movie was a very antique and old film. The only thing that I liked about both, the movie and the play, was that there weren’t that many differences that stood out to the people. There a lot of similarities, between the movie and the play, than there is differences between the movie and the
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