Movies don’t have a complex storyline as movies shorten the story down to a simple plot with slight similarities to the book it is based off of. Most of the time, the script does not do the story justice. Movies are limited as it relies on visual stimulation and having to tell a story primarily through dialogue. It is tough for filmmakers to depict the inner conflicts of a character’s mind thus making it very shallow and lacking in depth. Furthermore, movies are visual and auditory.
But sometimes they could be totally different in what happens in those scenes. Throughout the novel and film color and dialogue had showed up. Colors, and dialogue are both a big part of the novel / film, but they are also different. The film version and the novel "The Giver" were similar in dialogue because in both they really affect how the people in the community react to situations that happen, and they were different in colors because this had affected how the people saw their community .
In the case of the novel Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, there are many differences and similarities between the book and the Disney Home Videos version directed by Stephen Sommers. There are differences and similarities in the elements of plot, characters, and characterization. All together, these elements make up the move from a book version to a movie version. Many of the differences between the movie and the book are due to the simplifying of the
Yet the distinct differences between them also affect the plots to an extent to which the suspense in the movie is less compared to the novel. Although the differences greatly alter the two, it makes each of them unique and exclusive from each other. Despite these differences, there is one theme that links both the novel and the movie together: that people with different personalities, interests, and appearances are also the same to each other. The book shows more examples of this theme than the movie, making the novel more understanding to other individuals than the film itself. Because of this, we would recommend the book and film to those who experience a likeliness to the conflicts in each storyline, such as a fight between two different social
In the movie Anne feels like she has to be with Peter more often. She feels safer with Peter in the movie. In conclusion, there are different versions of the Diary of Anne Frank, like plays and movies, and they are not all the same. The different versions, although, also have many similarities.
What Information is Necessary? Mya Maldini In the book the Paper Towns by John Green there are many noticeable differences compared to the movie. This includes special characters and locations. As the audience, I believe to create a successful film, that it is important to include as much detail that was in the novel, but in a summarized fashion.
The book The Giver, a dystopian novel by Lois Lowry, and its movie adaptation have many similarities and differences. There are many aspects of Lowry’s story that remain the same in both versions of it. Generally, the characters, setting, plot, and events stay true to the book. However, in the movie interpretation there are some things that are changed and made different from the original book. Many things are changed in the film, and these separate the movie from the book quite a bit.
The Devil's Arithmetic are both very similar, but at the same time very different. When you feel the same emotion as you did watching the movie in the book you might think the are alike, but there is more to the picture. For instance, you feel the same emotion, but while you feel the emotion, you notice that the plot is quite different. The Devil's Arithmetic is a great example, I think, that both the movie and the book can be very different, but still get the same theme, the same lesson, across to the reader or watcher. Devil's Arithmetic, the book form, is written by a women of Jane Yolen.
The movie only focuses on the story of the Andrea Gail and the men from Gloucester. I think the overall story is better off this way. For example, I think if the book was written like this, the reader would become more connected to the characters and the book. The reader would go through the same emotions and feelings as the characters because they experienced the same event simultaneously. All in all, I think the book has a great story, but lacks a proper structure for the story at hand.
The films include major events, but are tweaked for the viewers enjoyment. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas movie contains additions, deletions, changes, and rearrangements to existing elements from the book. Like all relations from books to movies, they have similarities and differences. Although there are similarities between the book and the movie, there are also modifications and changes to events from the book.
It had more narration so the reader could understand what is happening. Secondly, the movie. The movie was different than the book. It had some parts that were in the book, but it lacked some details.
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.
The doctors would not have know about much during this time period. The Kingdom of Heaven did not give off very educational information. There were parts of the movie that were very informative, but others that were counterproductive. The movie was not a good representation to the real crusades.
The novel The Lone Ranger and the Fistfight in Tonto and the film Smoke Signals are very similar in many aspects but have some key difference as well. The main differences occur in the situation where the characters had a choice. The first situation is where Victor and Thomas is the book decided to abruptly leave the Trailer in which they were staying while in the film Alexie chose to stay there. This lead to some character development where Alexie shared some of his stories such as the one about the basketball game. Another difference is throughout the film it is shown that Victor and Thomas have a more strained and aggressive relationship this can be seen in the scene when they're in the truck and Thomas yelled at Victor and showed aggression that wasn't seen in the novel; in the novel Thomas and Victor have a more respectful relationship with one another.