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
I liked The Giver book better than The Giver movie. Lois Lowry took her time, and the book flowed really well. Also, the book was more detailed with all the important parts. The movie on the other hand, lacked with details, and skipped important parts. I felt like the movie was rushed, and going too fast.
Comparison of the Day of the Locust by Nathaniel West While both the book and the film with the title, “The Day of the Locust” are both similar, they create different pictures. There are a few things in the book that changed in the movie, and they are all based on the scenes and the characters. The Hollywood scenes in the novel are almost illusionary. Nothing is what it seems. Nathaniel West starts with toying with his audiences’ expectations of reality where a movie scene is portrayed as if it was actually happening.
Another big difference was that Sydelle Pulaski wasn’t the mistake like she was in the novel. Sam Westing had a mistake brought to play The Westing Game in the novel, but not in the movie. There are some differences between The Westing Game novel and movie. The Westing Game movie and novel contain many similarities and differences that are worth noting. For example one big similarity is when Turtle wins The Westing Game in both movie and novel.
Firstly, in the book you can imagine the story and characters the way you want to. Secondly, the book includes far more details than the movie that deeply develops the characters. Lastly, the movie did not include favored parts that were in the book. The book showed its full potential. First, the book was better than the movie because you
Another major script difference is that the ending in the film is different from the ending in the book. The Giver book is more powerful than the film because of its plot, characterization, and resolution. The plot of The Giver book is more powerful because it builds more suspense. In the book, the Ceremony of Twelve doesn’t happen right away so we can see how Jonas feels the days leading
The film of J.K Rowling's Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is an uncommon critical movie in the arrangement. Like the book, this film is vital in setting up a perception for the straggling leftovers of the course of action. It is essential that the film supplements the novel however much as could sensibly be normal. Using one of the critical features of a movie; visual imagery, the film change of the fourth novel is a better than average reinforcement to the novel. The visual similarity in this film complements sentiments and reactions that we can't in any capacity, shape or form get from the book.
I think the book is better than the movie because it gives the reader more of an idea of what is going on I also think it is better than the movie because it allows the reader to visualize what is going on in the book and imagine things that went on. I think the book is better than the movie because it gives the reader more of an idea of what is going on. For example in the
. it’s because he wants to stay inside.” (304) Jem realizes that with all the hate in the world Boo probably stays inside to avoid all of that and just wants some peace. At this point the readers view on Boo Radley has change from a psychopathic mad man to a kind boy who secretly cares for Jem and Scout. The next and final change in the readers view of Boo happen when he finally come outside of his house and openly meet the children for the first time in the story. This happens at the very end of the book when Jem and Scout are walking back for a school play and are attacked by Bob Ewell.