I did like the movie better because the story was just a bit much. The movie in comparison to the book got many things right. There are the things I felt were crucial to being transferred from the book to the movie. One of the main things
In the film adaptation of the novel, Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, some of the original aspects that make the novel so timeless are not included in the movie. However, due to the vastly different medium that film is and the abstractness of the novel, it makes sense why some things would have to change in order for the story to transfer to the screen successfully. While many die-hard fans of the novel denounce the film version of their beloved story, others celebrate the presence of Adams’ wit in the movie especially through the cartoon representations of the guide entries. First of all, the Hitchhiker’s Guide is pictured much differently in the movie than in the novel.
What did you think was the most interesting part of the book? Why? My favorite part of the book was the ending of the book and no I don’t mean that as an insult. You see the ending was extremely well done, from the moment we meet King Harold the book builds up the Battle of Hastings. However though to avoid answering question number 11, I’m going to get straight to the point.
Tim Burton shows so many moods and tones in his movies through his cinematic emulation. Some of his movies, such as “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” Burton shows the effect of a more realistic movie where Charlie wanted to sell the ticket for money and not experience a once in a lifetime experience. However, in “Edward Scissorhands”, he conveys a gothic style and tone through the outsider figure. Tim uses the techniques of lighting, sound, and editing to convey the effects of a more gothic and ominous style. First of all, sound is an important concept in any movie.
Sam Westing had a mistake brought to play The Westing Game in the novel, but not in the movie. There are some differences between The Westing Game novel and movie. The Westing Game movie and novel contain many similarities and differences that are worth noting. For example one big similarity is when Turtle wins The Westing Game in both movie and novel.
I assumed PA2 was also directed by Oren Peli given the style of film making, but I was surprised to learn that Tod “Kip” Williams took over. The Door in the Floor Williams directed The Door in the Floor, which won the National Board of Review Award for Excellence in Filmmaking. Williams did a wonderful job taking over Peli’s role as director, though you could notice Peli’s influence.
It’s a technique to build the story more effectively. Eastwood’s films are great examples that the old school style still brings success to the film industry as he continues to create one great movie after another. He started directing just a few years after making his name as an actor back in the 60s where he scored his first lead role. By the mid 70s he was known as a capable director with a consistent and individual style. In the beginning of the
Diminish Lorre was destined to play Joel Cairo; the dreadful, decidedly gay person Levantine cheat. Furthermore, who doesn 't love Ward Bond? He 's splendidly given a role as the benevolent, levelheaded Sergeant Polhaus; countering Barton Maclane 's Lieutenant Dundy. What 's more, as much as the exceptional throwing improved the novel; the novel enhances the film experience by fleshing the plot and characters out to a considerably more significant degree. While almost every snippet of the film comes straightforwardly from Hammett 's novel, everything in the novel is excluded in the film.
John Christopher Y. Lim AB IS – 4th Year IS 44 XA September 30, 2014 The Crucible Of the 1953 film "The Crucible", Mill makes out of passing by Salem and feeling like the unparalleled captivated by what genuinely happened in 1692. On the other hand, to be perfectly honest, a long line of collectors had gone before Mill attempting to record and tease differentiated the complexities of what happened at Salem, and certain battle lines had much sooner than been drawn: Calef vs. Mather; Upham vs. Poole, skeptics or specialists vs. the dependable and the religious establishment. Plant administrator 's imaginings were by and large possible and his work is legitimate in soul the court occurrences were, if anything, crazier and more sensational
This makes him an adaptable director. Reiner was not the only candidate for the job of director for this film however, he was decidedly the best choice due to his recent breakthrough to film directing through recent movies he had directed because he had done so well. All in all, Reiner has many qualities of a great director and created quite an amazing
The Revenant is a story based on the historical life of Hugh Glass, his journey of survival and revenge. Set in the 1820s, Hugh Glass a fur trapper on the Missouri river is attacked by a gruesome bear, suffering many injuries appearing to be life ending. With his throat slashed, scalp torn, and, arms and legs mangled, Glass suffered on the brink of death. Abandoned, left for dead, and stolen from by his companions Glass is forced to rely on himself in order to survive.
The Mask You Live In, produced by Jennifer Newsom, published on January 25, 2015, represented by the Representation Project, is a documentary that summarizes how boys are shaped into men, according to society. The movie is intended on how most boys tend to hide their emotions, starting in early manhood, because society portrays men as being weak and how men should show their dominance. The documentary also portrays on athletic ability and economic success. Newsom proves in this documentary that boys should not hide their true emotions and they should come out for who they really are.