One of the main conflicts of the book is Johnny’s hand. Most of the people that read the book believes that Dove is the main reason his hand is now deform. But in the movie, Ms. Lapham is. On the other hand, the book clarifies that Johnny cannot get his hand fix, but in contrast of the movie, Dr. Warren offers to fix it for him.
The movie lacked in explanation. In the part of the movie where Aaron and Brandt die when they crashed in their van, you would have no idea who they were unless you read the book because they were not even mentioned before in the movie. And they didn 't explain what a Soul is or why Wanderer is important. In the book, it was explained what Souls were and how Wanderer is superior to most Souls. There was also the part in the book when Wanderer thought “Did it matter that he was beautiful, that I loved him, when he was going to kill me?”
No matter how hard directors and screenwriters try, it is impossible for any movie to be a perfect reflection of the detailed plot and intricate characters presented in a novel. I had watched the film adaption of Richard Matheson’s I Am Legend prior to reading the book, I was very aware of major differences from the get go. The to main categories that I could see differences being placed in were emotion and action. Many aspects of the book were changed to emphasize both either emotion or action for the film. Considering pieces of literature cannot be easily transferred to the screen, few of these changes were very necessary.
In the book, Fitzgerald mentions, “Gatsby himself didn’t believe it would come, and perhaps he no longer cared” while talking about the phone call from Daisy. So it was clear that before being killed, Gatsby knew that he was a loser as he could not get Daisy and he knew that he had wasted his life for waiting Daisy. But this ending was changed in the movie. In the movie, they showed as if Gatsby thought that Daisy had called him while actually it was Nick who called him to ask him Daisy had called him. That was a biggest thing that was changed as this was the main point of the whole story.
I have never read Liz Braswell before, so I have no idea is this is me not liking the book or me not caring for her writing. It 's hard to tell unless I tried to read something else by her. Maybe it 's me, maybe I would have loved this book twenty years ago. Maybe it 's the writing itself, or perhaps it 's constraints levied on the author by Disney itself to make a book that compliments their canon, but I did not enjoy this book as much as I should.
But when Tom dies it is the most surprising and shocking event. The reason is probably because the film had a certain amount of time to cram the whole book in so they had to shorten the events such as To Robinson’s death. The movie detector still altered the scene without knowing that it may have an impact on the film’s mood. When there is altered scene means there are altered
The book I was actually getting frustrated that they were taking so long to find Margo but in the movie it happened in a split second. In the book it seemed he took forever to find the clues to finding where the famous Margo Roth Spiegelman took off to find who she was. In the movie the events were mixed up as well like they missed prom and graduation in the book but they made both of them in the movie. His friends just left him there at that abandoned barn to find Margo.
This just hasn’t happened for Mark Hamill, he hasn’t had many major on-screen roles to shed the name and will probably be stuck with the name Luke Skywalker forever especially after his brief appearance in Star Wars: The Force Awakens and for his upcoming role in the next two films in the trilogy. He will play a big role in the next two films as he is the only Jedi Master left in the in the galaxy and he will need to help defeat the first order. In the first film he referenced a lot but only plays a small role at the end, but it did set up the second film up so he can join in with
At the end of the 19th century, the concept of cutting and editing was unknown. They held a shot for as long as the film reel was, which bored the viewer and was considered uninteresting. Filmmakers were afraid to put different shots, with different positions, together, not to confuse the viewer. However, they discovered later that editing