In The Great Gatsby movie, Daisy, for example mostly spoke sweetly throughout the whole movie. In the book, her voice was described as ringing like money. Instead, in the movie she appeared to be an innocent person but was actually extraordinary selfish in her own actions. In the movie, Jay Gatsby had a violent, dramatic outburst at the Plaza Hotel when he was provoked by Tom Buchanan. Another difference would be that Jordan Baker and Nick Carraway did NOT have a loving relationship like in the book; they didn’t communicate in the movie as much as they did in the movie.
The book told more details and made the important things pop out. The movie left out a lot of the little things that made a big difference overall. The book of The Outsiders and the movie of The Outsiders had several things in common, but there were also things left out from one that was in the other. In the book, it says that Dally’s hair was blonde, but in the movie it showed him with brown hair.
In the book Kevin passed away at the hospital, but in the movie Kevin passed away at home. In both someone talk to Max after Kevin died. They were different people though, in the book it was Dr. Spivak and in the movie it was Gwen. In the book before Kevin passed away he gave Max a journal so he could write down all their adventures in it, Max put it in a box. In the movie Kevin gave him a journal and it said Freak the Mighty on the front.
In the book there was not even the slightest thought of releasing Fiona ,but in the movie they decided to add in an irrelevant detail about them trying to release her to “Elsewhere”, The Giver was the only one who wanted to be released so that he could see his daughter, Rosemary, again. So, I think the movie team could have done a lot better on the movie than they actually did. To conclude, the book and movie, “The Giver”, have many similarities but also many differences. The movie crew tried to stay true to the story, but did not really accomplish it.
In the story they had took Red chief to stay in a cave. In the movie they didn’t stay in a cave they had just slept outside in the wilderness .In the Movie red chief had put a snake in Bill’s camper. In the story red chief did not put a snake anywhere near Bill.
A common comparison made everyday is between books and movies. Many movies based on books leave out important details and scenarios disappointing the audience. In the futuristic short story, "Harrison Bergeron," by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., everyone is equal or average, what many people might consider a utopia. 2081 is a movie based on "Harrison Bergeron," and like any other book based movie, it excludes many details and alters many scenes changing the storyline.
To continue with the character differences, another main one is that in the book Hannah has a brother,Aaron, and Aunt Eva has a brother, Grandpa Will or Wolfe, who was with her in the camp. A somewhat minor difference is that Hannah is referred to as Hannah in both the dream and reality in the movie. In the book however, Hannah is referred to as Chaya in the dream and Hannah in reality. Not to mention that there was also more missing characters between the book and the movie. An example would be that there is no Gitl or Yitzchak in Hannah’s dream in the movie while there was in the book.
The movie was much more detailed than the book, therefore making the movie better. In the movie all the characters spoke and had lines. But, in the book the characters barely even spoke. Also, in the book the author was just stating facts and not showing as much detail or action as in the movie. The movie is much more interesting because in the book, they only really focus on NASA and them working to launch a man into space.
Most movies and books have significant differences, but that is not the case with Of Mice and Men. The film depicted every aspect of the novel almost perfectly. Although the film brought the words in the novel to life, it also brought on a different opinion of some of the characters. My opinion of George Milton changed after I watched the movie because the novel expressed how George was always trying to protect and care for Lennie. The movie showed George caring for Lennie
Anything that she does not notice, is not noticed by the reader either. With the movie, one can fully grasp the things that seem small but show so much more. Books are made for telling a story, but movies have always been told to show, not tell. In many moments of revelation that just did not have time for words, the writers of the To Kill a Mockingbird film do just that. From the time when Dill glances longingly as Scout, Jem, and Atticus walking happily into their home to the time when Atticus sits listening to Scout’s
This pink teddy bear doesn’t really have a special meaning to me but I used to sleep with it so I guess that counts-- I’m pretty sure it was bought from walmart. The material this bear was made out of has to be cotton and silk, possibly, cotton I’m not very sure of what it is made out of exactly. The function of this bear is stiff it’s only made to sit down nothing more there is not much that you can do with it only cuddle and hold it. The size of this teddy bear is about 10 inches long and five inches wide it’s pretty “fat/squishy” as well which I personally think it’s easier
Many fans of the original 1947 version consider it a classic movie that should not have been remade, but some critics disagree. Critics loved that the remake included such a popular cast such as the “Jurassic Park” star Richard Attenborough and Mara Wilson who also starred in films like “Mrs. Doubtfire” and “Matilda”. Although the two films have many differences, both films had the same goal in mind. That goal was to allow people to escape from their mundane lives, and get into the Christmas spirit. The movies remind people that miracles sometimes happen as long as you
“Sameness” Chapter 11 in Lois Lowry’s book The Giver would be titled “sameness” because before the community there was varied climate. In the chapter Jonas receives three memories the first being of it snowing and hills. The second memory was of sunshine, and the third memory was being sunburned. Sameness is when the community was formed when the climate and other things went the same, so they made the climate the same because it was difficult to grow crops and hills were a nuisance to large vehicles.
“The Chase” is about an adult chasing some kids, but Annie Dillard makes the story transition from throwing snowballs to “wanting the glory to last forever” and how the excitement of life at one moment can affect someone in the future to show that the excitement of life will always be there even when one is no longer a kid. The story starts with a group of friends, imagining how a game of football goes and continues with the encounter of a stranger. From throwing snowballs at his car to him chasing them till they couldn’t run anymore. The whole experience will change the way she looks at adults. “We all spread out banged together some regular snowballs, took aim, and, when the Buick drew near, fired.