A book and a movie can be both the same and different. In The Outsiders there are many similarities and differences with the book and movie. They were the same because Johnny kills a man, they cut their, there was the movie scene, and Johnny and Ponyboy went to the church. Some of the differences is when Darry slaps Ponyboy but in the movie he pushes him, Johnny doesn't bring a lot of food in the book but does in the movie he does, when Johnny killed the man it was more described but it wasn't in the movie, and Johnny says he wants to kill himself in the movie. In The Outsiders one of the themes is “friendship”
and she didn’t see her son on television while in the book George was the one in the kitchen. Another difference that changed the genre of both the book and the movie is how Harrison was threatening the people with a Bon the film which made the genre the movie suspenseful while in the book Harrison was straight to point. Lastly, the movie version added a part that was not mentioned in the book but it helped the audience be sympathetic towards that whole story. This added part is when George hallucinates about his son getting taken away by the government but he sadly keeps on forgetting because of the handicaps he’s
Ender never wanted to kill anyone. If Ender did harm someone he would go into a depression. When Ender did the bugger simulation, after he killed the whole plant of buggers, Ender began to think if he had done the right thing. They have not told him that it is fake, so Ender goes into panic. After all this Ender went away for a good amount of time to a rusty house on the lake.
who choked on his vomit, evidently desired his [death], but did not intend it” (374). In the beginning of the movie, Kirstin does not drink alcohol before because her father forbids her from drinking. Towards the end of the movie, Kirstin's obsession for alcohol ruins and corrupts her, because she has incorporated alcohol into her life and can't go on without it. Her desire for alcohol has changed her. At the end of the movie, she has two perspectives of the world: a sober and drunk view.
The morality of Beowulf In the book Beowulf does right and wrong that differs from what right and wrong actions he does in the movie. For example, how he lied,the actions with Grendel's mom, and actions with the Queen. These examples are different in both the book and the movie and shows that Beowulf in the book has a different personality than in the movie.
There really was a horrible series of happenings leading up to the massacre of the Guarani, and the mission of San Carlos truly did exist, but many specifics of the movie, especially the characters, did not occur. During this time in which The Mission is set, the 1750 Treaty of Madrid was signed transferring the ownership of South American land from Spain to Portugal and the Spanish Jesuits were forced to leave their missionaries. However, Father Gabriel and Rodrigo are fictional characters. Also, if the film was meant to be as historically accurate as possible, the grand battle between the Guarani, the Jesuits, and the Portuguese never would have occurred since in truth no missionaries stayed to help protect the Guarani. Also, there wasn’t simply one horrendous fight to end the conflict and the aggression between the Guarani and the Portuguese lasted almost three years.
He was losing his mind and his conscience did not affect him because he knew he was going to when he heard something move. He also did not let his conscience affect him when he was planning to kill claudius because her mother married his uncle and it was insest and weird. He wanted to kill claudius because the ghost also his father in death form told him that claudius killed his father to have the kingdom and his mother all to himself. Hamlets conscience told him to kill claudius and grew hatred for him so his conscience and every thought he had told him to kill and that
Between the film and the novel version of To Kill A Mockingbird there are many differences between the two, and it is my job to tell you some of these differences between the two. First of all, probably the biggest difference is that there is no Aunt Alexandra at all in the movie, she’s invisible if she even is there. Secondly, they took it a little too harsh on Tom Robinson in the book, shooting him seventeen times and killing him. However, in the movie Tom tried to escape and the guard meant to just wound him but ended up being a bad shot, (unlike Atticus is, being one-shot and all) and ended up killing him. There was no lunch scene in the movie version.
I might complain sometimes that I don’t like it when a movie changes a book but most of the times it’s ok because it can make the story more fun, interesting and less boring. Or if you don’t understand the book or play then the movie might help in understanding what the story is telling the viewer
It appeared the building was possessed by some evil power (Kubrick suggested it could be because the house was built on the Native Americans’ cemetery) that killed some of visitors and workers. The spirit or demon was interested in Danny’s abilities, but the boy used them to call help and save himself and his mother. Jack died (froze to death in the movie) and joined the ranks of people affected by the Overlook Hotel. Kubrick’s The Shining can be called the most famous screen adaptation of this novel.
In the book Fiona did not know Jonas was leaving, but in the movie Fiona did know that he was leaving. Nobody besides Jonas and The Giver knew that Jonas was leaving in the book. In the movie, though, Fiona, Asher, and The Head Chief of Elders found out that Jonas was leaving. Now, I do understand that the directors and movie crew had to fit in as many details as they could from a one hundred and eighty paged book in two hours so they could not fit in every detail but they added too many different things in.
In the movie York 's salvation came after a really bad day and a night of drinking he was struck by lightening on his way home from the bar. In reality his salvation came for two reasons the desire to make Gracie Williams his wife and his mother happy.3 It also didn 't happen through a bolt of lightening. York said later of this scene “A bolt of lightening was the nearest to such a thing that Hollywood could think up”4. The depiction of the turkey hunts and the shots for parts of the beef are true. The incident of York winning all five shots for the beef did happen.
In the meanwhile the movie didn’t have a scene where Killer Kane choked Max only Lorreta. There are tons of similarities from the book and movie Freak the Mighty. Some examples was when Max and Kevin watched the fireworks at the fair. Second reason is when Blade and his group tried to chase Max and Kevin with a knife and chased them towards pond, but Blade kept getting stuck in. Plus the book and movie was told in first person.
It was never meant to be the way it is today but it just happens that is the way that it panned out. The creator of MS-13 isn 't in the gang today because that is not why he started the gang so he wants no parts in it at all. When you watched the movie and saw how fast and how far the gang spread it makes you think. A good term for this is Demography, the scientific study of population size, composition, and distribution as well as patterns of change in those features. When you look at a map and see where Los Angeles is and then you look down to Mexico and south America it makes you wonder how the gang had the man power to spread there.
Lennie is unable to remember any survival instincts, seen when George tells him he will get sick like he was last night. Even with a fresh memory, Lennie couldn’t remember to not drink clean running water. If George were to run away with Lennie in order for a higher survival chance, there would be a warrant or bounty out for the arrest or death. Once they are caught, they are both in jeopardy of death by the government and would result in two deaths instead of one, when only one really deserved it.