It’s easy to pin point the difference but in reality they share common themes which includes life lessons. Despite the difference in the years and the actors both the classic and sequel has common themes that can be applied to situations now in day. When we compare and contrast
One huge difference in the setting, in the book the story takes place on the shore of lake Michigan in a brand new apartment building in a small town. On the other hand the movie takes place old, run down apartment in the middle of a huge city. Another example is the characters, in the book there are 16 heirs with eight pairs. In the movie there are 10 heirs and 5 pairs. Also the movie leaves out some huge characters like Theo Theodorakis, Flora Baumbach, and
A major difference is that there are some characters that were in the book that aren't in the movie like Flora Baumbach, Theo Theodorakis, and Madame Hoo. Even though the movie wasn’t as good or as exciting as the book, they were both interesting and are fun to read and listen
The crop duster scene, one of many notable sequences from this movie, uses: lighting, color, camera angles and distances, shot duration, continuity editing, and mise-en-scéne to provide suspense, desperation, and isolation to the character onscreen, and make the viewers feel the same offscreen. Works
Both of these are very powerful tools created by people to really portray the horrible events that occurred and really happened to people in the Holocaust. There are many similarities and difference between the two movies but neither is more or less powerful in getting the point of complete disgust across to the viewer. There
One of the differences is that they were fighting a monster in the book but in the movie they were fighting a man, that acted like an animal. In the book the monster was a dragon that they had to fight. In the movie the monster was like a man, but wore animal skin clothes and had paint all over there face. They both were fought in the same way in both the
For example, in the book, only one person drowns Pony, but in the movie, three people drowned him. This is different because in the book Pony is being drowned at the water fountain by only one person. On the other hand in the movie Pony is getting drowned by three people instead of one like it is in the story. Another comparison between the book and the movie would be when Ponyboy goes to court and doesn’t testify in the book, but in the movie he does. These are different because in the book when Pony has to go to court for the murder of Bob he doesn’t testify in the movie when he goes to court he does testify.
The audience learns in the films how fear, suspicion, and prejudice can have tragic consequences. The main story line of both films is that a group of neighbors falsely accuse each other of being an alien, like they do in the 1960 film, or a terrorist, which they do in the 2002 version. Chaos quickly erupts and violence breaks out amongst the mob. Neighbors turn against neighbors, and in the 1960 episode, someone ends up being shot dead. The 2002 version has its characters burn down a house.
The concentration is on comparing and finding the changes that history made to this movie genre, especially considering the gender roles. Results will clearly explain the psyche of society in two different periods, which confirms that people reflect the movies as movies have an impact on people. The Introduction It is often said that the element of surprise makes the movie more interesting and leads the plot. There are many masters of storytelling
The 1995 film adaptation of Sense and Sensibility, directed by Ang Lee and originally written by Jane Austen, has timeless elements in its composition. Starring Emma Thompson, also the screenwriter, and Kate Winslet as Elinor and Marianne Dashwood, the movie tells of two heroines and their struggle between balancing idealism and reality. As young, female adolescents of the 1800s, they are responsible for finding husbands that can support them financially; and following their father’s death and loss of money, this becomes even more emphasized. But, they come to struggle when having to choose between what their hearts crave, and what their minds know is best. Elinor’s ideal partner is the initially dull Edward Ferrars, who is discovered to be secretly engaged
Although, they have similarity, the two stories has major differences also. First, both author differs the way they introduce and develop their lead characters to the reader. Second, they also differ in perspective from which their stories are being told. Third, they differs on the choice of settings and how it impact to the stories.
The main characters desired the luxurious life of being wealthy, but knew they had to put in work to get to where they wanted to be. Their image of the world was quite unrealistic due to the fact they were living in the past. Both films were superior representations of The
And the scene were the reverend slaps ariel in the church after she screams out “ I’m not even a virgin!” Although there a quite a few noticeable changes brought about in these two films one is a classic and the other is still a hit movie. The ending of either of these movies basically go hand in hand, the ends justify the means, the resistance of the petition, and at the dance where Chuck shows up and Ren beats him up. All of these event are close to identical.