Why do people always say that the book was better than the movie? Film makers tend to get a bad reputation about ruining books by making them into movies. However, that may not always be the case. Some books can be considered to follow the storyline very well, like the in the story The Secret Life of Bee’s. Despite the fact that the Daughters of Mary had no impact in the movie, the film was still a faithful adaptation of the book because of the similarities of Lily’s relationship with August, and the outcome of the altercation with T-Ray.
Vicki Gunvalson has went as far as to defend Brooks Ayers on her Bravo blog. This could simply all be because of their legal document, but nobody knows that for sure. Gunvalson has shared that nobody has ever given her a document of any kind proving that Brooks doesn 't have cancer. Here is a bit of what Vicki Gunvalson had to say on her blog.
The Outsiders is a great book focusing on loss, grief, and to be strong to move on in life, and the book was eventually turned into a film, however a movie can only be so long. Movies based off books are usually not everything the book was, for instance books let you go into the character’s head and some scenes that don’t further plot have to be cut, however no movie is perfect and neither are books both have to constantly be judged on what makes it on the final product and what doesn’t. Sometimes though people can make the wrong choice. Especially when a book is turned into a movie with the plot being cut or something 's changed to help fit budget or timing. The Outsiders is a great example of this; do to entire scenes being taken out and some things are changed.
Have you ever read a book, and thought this would be a wonderful movie? Well, that’s not always the case due to when someone watches a movie that’s based on a book, nine times out of ten they come home disappointed. Although, in certain cases, the book and the movie come close to being the same. The crucible play and movie are fairly similar in numerous aspects and one could watch the movie and understand the main points of the play.
Officer Delinko never got promoted to detective, but in the movie he did get promoted. I hope you liked my essay, now I will say my opinion I really like the book Better than the movie by a long shot. The movie just went to fast and was missing a lot of details from the movie and it was changing different details and I just didn’t like that. The book just made for sense to me then the movie.
The book is better than the movie, a comment that is stated after every film adaptation ever known to man. Why does the book always seem to be more preferable? Seeing the book on screen, through the eyes of the director, will never live up to the expectations that were implanted upon the viewer when the book was read themselves. “The Odyssey” is a superior work of art to the film O! Brother, Where Art Thou?
You now know that the Call of the Wild book was very different from the movie. You also now know that differences always occur in book/movie crossovers. You now also know that the book was published in 1903 so there were things the movie could not show or express. Most important of all though, you now know John Thornton was important to the book, but he was the movie’s main focus.
There are many strays from the true story of Glass and the factious character in Punke’s novel. To start with, the setting of the true story was not of mountainous landscapes, it was mostly flat terrain. The events occur in the summertime, but the movie depicts them in winter. Putting the true story aside and focussing on the novel and movie “in part adaption”, both were great for their own standards. In this sense I would like to categorize the book and movie with a historical fiction genre.
When asked about the legitimacy of the film she explains, “YES, the movie was true and probably 98% accurate. They took very few creative licenses. ”(Brockovich) After reading various comments and posts by Erin herself on her website I am convinced that the director did an amazing and near perfect job portraying Erin Brockovich in the correct light. The voice and opinions of the real Erin Brockovich are almost spot on with Julia Roberts’s character.
The book was created through numerous interviews and relied heavily on trust. The memories for Lindhout were very sharp and vivid, so the book writing was easier in that sense. The book was officially released in 2013 and after the memoir released Lindhout started her career as a
Orme 1 Ava Orme Dr. Shadden-Cobb Writing 24 Oct. 2016 The Outsiders: Book vs. Movie When you read a book and then watch the movie of that book, there will always be a few differences. The Outsiders book and movie hold that statement true. Most of the more important events are the same, but a lot of the details do not match up.
In 2013, based off of the prestigious science fiction novel, Ender’s Game, was made into the movie. Generally, when a book is made into a movie, it doesn’t do the book justice. That was how I felt about the portrayal of the film. There were many plot holes, extra scenes that weren’t from the book, and the portrayal of the relationships between the characters weren’t accurate.
Films that are based off books create a scene for the audience while bringing the words on the paper to life. They usually address the same issues as the original content, but adds additional details to stand out from the book. Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury is a book that was transformed into a movie in 1966. The book and film discuss similar themes such as censorship, dystopian society, and propaganda, but does different work with the same story of books being destroyed in a society. This is especially true when considering how the film introduces new ideas, eliminates characters, and changes important scenes from the book.
The Glass Castle written by Jeannette Walls is story that revolves around a family that faces the hardships of a low class life, constant frustration, and hopelessness. I believe this story is centralized by the title of the book. “The glass castle” throughout the book is a dream, it is dream to Jeanette and her whole family, it represents a better life in a better place. Jeannette Walls centralizes her writing based on diction, the writer specifically chose unique words to show her experiences and emotions, this helps readers interpret the story from the writer's point of view.
Through the Eyes of the Impoverished The novel The Glass Castle is more than just thousands of words typed on simple, yet small, white sheets of paper; it is a memoir that recounts a time when a young girl went through heart wrenching struggles to find food to eat, enough water to bathe in, and parents who actually acted like parents. Jeannette Walls grew up with an unsteady family that included a few kind siblings, an alcoholic as a father, and a mother with her head in the clouds. It is obvious life was never easy for this author as she managed to keep the household together, constantly calming her dad down after an alcohol driven burst of rage, or reminding her mother that it was necessary she pulled herself out of bed to go work to help