During the car ride, Sharer continued begging them to take her back home. Loveless ordered Sharer to slip off her bra, which she then handed over to Rippey, who slid off her own bra and replaced it with Sharer's while steering the car. They became lost, so they stopped for directions at a gas station, where they covered Sharer in a blanket. While Tackett went inside to ask for directions, Lawrence called a boy she knew in Louisville and chatted for several minutes to ease her worries, but did not mention
If a movie was based on a book, which it often is, there would not be enough time to include minor details. 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.
Also the movie leaves out some huge characters like Theo Theodorakis, Flora Baumbach, and Madame Sun Lin Hoo(who was the thief) and all of them have to do with emotion. In the movie Otis Amber is the inventor but in the book it is Mr. Hoo. Otis is also the personal investigator but in the movie there is no personal investigator. Even though the plots are mostly the same it is interesting why so many details were left out of the
Emotionally, Annabeth is more of a stereotypical girl in a movie (not wanting to like the hero and trying to be commanding, but ultimately making her look bossy), however, in the book she is not bossy but smart. Percy is very unsure of what is going on and Annabeth helps him. Grover, physically, is completely different, in the movie he is a African American 16 year old and in the book he is a caucasian 12 year old with red hair. Also, in the book, Grover is a lot more jittery and not very confident in himself. One other thing that occurred was the deletion of some characters for the movie, such as Mr. D, Ares, Clarisse,
Mrs. Jones doesn’t want Roger to run loose because he might try to steal someone else’s pocket purse and the person he tries to steal from might not be as considerate as Mrs. Jones.“The door was open. He could make a dash for it down the hall. He could run,run,run,run,run!” This demonstrates, that Roger was thinking to leave but instead he stayed so he can earn Mrs.Jones trust also he showed his appreciation for her because she didn’t take him to jail or call the police on him.In conclusion,this shows that Roger changed because at first he wanted to leave but then he decided to stay so he could confront his problems and earn Mrs. Jones
Some things that she says to him is “And I have a few dresses that your mother or sister could probably use… But I have plenty of clothes, thank you.” In this quote she offered to give Boyd some old clothes and he kindly rejected because he didn't need it. She was disappointed in him because he didn't take it because people would take it and that was not right for her to say. She should have had some empathy because she didn't think how he could have felt being questioned so much family which was weird to
Women have usually been put down and told they could not do something because they are female and are “the weaker sex” this has happened for centuries and still is somewhat still happening today. This is a topic that can go on for a while with many different interpretations and what could have been different if males just let women help. However, book in the middle age have different views on women some are the devil designed to lead men astray others view them as object to obtain. William Shakespeare and Geoffrey Chaucer who have works that have been read for centuries are not any different. They treat most of their female characters worse than their male characters.
The two different versions of the same story differ because of the settings that they each have. While the movie has many locations it strays from the original play that only had one location. The director of the movie might have added locations to make the visuals more interesting. When a movie is set in only one space it can become boring for the viewer. Therefore,
While Dee is asking for the quilts, her mom remembers a time when she offered Dee the quilts before leaving and she replied ," They were old-fashioned, out of style"(Walker 64). This allows the reader to acknowledge that Dee does not fully comprehend the true meaning of the quilts, viewing the quilt as if it was just another object in the world. Later in the story, Maggie becomes upset when Dee was about to take the quilts. The author illustrates Maggie putting snuff in her bottom lip giving ," her face a kind of dopey, hangdog look"(Walker 65). This exemplifies to the readers that through the mother's eyes, Maggie was so extremely upset that Dee was once again going to win by taking the quilts because Maggie truly understands the meaning of the quilts and deserves to not be defeated by Dee.
In the movie Nightjohn directed by Charles Burnett their were many differences than the book Nightjohn by Gary Paulsen. The differences are minimal and sometimes would not even be noticed. Most movies would be very boring if they would be the same as the book. In the book all the characters are different than they are in the movie. One character is Mrs.Waller the wife of Clel Waller.