The trailer shows some big events of the book, but nothing that would be crucial of the movie’s going to be good or bad. The movie has lot of emotion. More than it’s expected after the book. 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.
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
These reasons are the reasons why most people prefer a book over a movie. Movies have this thing that does not give you the whole story or add extra stuff in, but if your like many others, you read the book and then find out that there is a movie to the book and you go check it out. Come to find out the movie was trash! Many people also feel as if when you read the book and then watch the movie you would say that the movie was not good. If you did not read the
As far as the characters of both the novel and the film versions of Fight Club are concerned, we could easily see that some aspects of main characters in the novel, especially Tyler Durden and Marla Singer, are slightly modified in the film version. Fincher’s depiction of Tyler in the movie is closer to the popular culture, while Palahniuk doesn’t favour a popular character as he intends to create a more non-capitalist character. In this sense, Fincher’s manner as a director could be interpreted as a betrayal to the source material. What’s more, Tyler’s portrayal in the novel is more rebellious and chaotic; nevertheless, he isn’t that much impressive in the movie. In other words, Fincher tones down the extent of Tyler’s violence and his approach to capitalism both of which are the main interests of the novel.
What Information is Necessary? Mya Maldini In the book the Paper Towns by John Green there are many noticeable differences compared to the movie. This includes special characters and locations. As the audience, I believe to create a successful film, that it is important to include as much detail that was in the novel, but in a summarized fashion. John Green did a good job at getting most of the important details into the movie, but as a reader there are a couple parts that may stand out.
The movie is based on a book that is very dreadful. I didn’t think that the actors showed enough emotions and thoughts. When you don’t feel like you get to know the characters in any movie, it gets very tiresome and boring. The judah ben-hur movie is a great movie comparing to ondskan according to me. I found the movie thought-provoking, insightful, interesting and surprisingly good.
Have you ever read a book and watched a movie that was similar to it? Many original books have been retold into movies. This can be difficult because most of the time the movies are not as exceptional as the books, but there are a very minimal amount of films out there that are. One example of this is with the film “O Brother Where Art Thou?” and the epic poem “The Odyssey.” The film, “O Brother Where Art Thou?” is very effective in retelling the epic poem “The Odyssey” because both have a similar plot, the characterization between the characters are comparable, and the themes are related. There are more similarities than differences between the film and epic poem.
The Novel or the Film? Transforming a novel into a screenplay is not simply an issue of pulling dialog from the pages of a book. In books, we frequently come to know characters best not through what they say, but rather through what they are thinking or what is said in regards to them in the portrayal. A storyteller mediates the significance of what we read through his or her perspective: a story about growing up examines much diversely on the off chance that we catch wind of what happens from the perspective of the individual growing up than if we find out about it from that individual's mom, sister, or instructor. Yet, in film, the storyteller to a great extent vanishes.
The original novel version only introduces slavery as a mere reference, while in the movie it is included as one of the highlights. Another example is the screenplay version of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility by Emma Thompson in 1995. In the film, one character named Elinor Dashwood makes a brave commentary on women’s role in the society, something which Austen did not make her characters do in the novel. Therefore, it can be said that an adaptation may support or counter the original work. It depends on the purpose of the filmmakers when producing the
Written History is seen as a more reliable source to historians as it is harder to alter and can be shown through the age of the written source as well as the handwriting of the written source. Film and documentaries allow us as the viewer visualise and enables us to use our auditory senses and help us gain a better understanding of the event and can be useful when filmed and documented as closely to the event occurred whereas written sources although it may be more accurate it may be more difficult to comprehend and understand. Films such as Gladiator are an example of over dramatisation of the event and are mostly inaccurate. However Schindler’s List is an example of a film that has been carefully filmed to represent the life of Schindler during the Holocaust as accurately possible to real life, the film depicts events similar to those of real life has been told by those who have been there during that time and or experienced it. Although Schindler’s list has slight inaccuracies it can be used as a source for historians to analyse and gain a better