“In the play Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare and the movie 10 Things I Hate About You there are many characters that change. Katherine and Petruchio/ Patrick both learned that if there is a positive factor in their life pushing them to do something that they will be better off doing it and make them happier as a person. People that have more support by friends or family are generally better off in life than those who don’t. ” Katherine who is a stubborn shrew will not do anything to date a guy for her sister Bianca who really wants to date a guy she met.
The book, A Wrinkle in Time, is about a young girl named Meg Murry, her little brother Charles Wallace, and their friend Calvin, who go on a journey to find Meg and Charles’s father. They have to go through many obstacles but are reunited with him in the end. The author's worldview of the novel is that one is stronger than they think despite the challenges they may face, which can clearly be seen through the centralized theme, the characters, symbols, and the time period in which the novel was published; the movie adaptation did a mediocre job of portraying each of these. Throughout the book, Meg encountered many challenges that jumped in her way.
The Grains Of Paradise The Grains of Paradise is a short story that was made into a movie later. The Grains Paradise was about a guy that eat chili and doesn't get fazed by it at all. Another guy saw him eating them like it was nothing so he said he would like to challenge him to this other guy who can eat any other chili without no fear.
Madeleine L’Engle once said, “Some things have to be believed to be seen”. In A Wrinkle In Time, Meg Murry’s father had been missing for 4 years. Three women named Mrs.Whatsit, Mrs.Who, and Mrs, Which found Meg, her brother Charles Wallace, and Meg’s friend Calvin and told them they could help them find Mr.Murry. They Tessered to another planet named Uriel and then Camazotz in order to find him. The story of A Wrinkle In Time is better than the movie because you can be more connected to the characters, you get the full storyline, and many things were changed from the story to the movie that would have been great if left alone.
"Outsiders" Compare and Contrast Essay The “ Outsiders” movie and novel are awkward and interesting. Upon watching both they appeared to be somewhat similar. However, after finishing the movie and having time to reflect they have distinct differences.
Myth VS. Movie I was always told that a book is better than the movie, and in the case of Hercules I disagree. The myth, The Adventures of Hercules by Edith Hamilton and the Disney movie Hercules are two very different versions of the myth. I personally preferred the movie version of this story, because it was a lot less violent. It had a more in depth love component, and it ended with a happy ending.
Imagine you switch places with a twin you never knew you had. Prince and the Pauper is a story about people switching places. Mickey Mouse of the prince and the pauper is much better than the Phineas and Ferb for multiple reasons. The some people may think that the Phineas and ferb version is better others think different Although, some people may think that the Phineas and Ferb version is better, others think different.
I am going to be comparing and contrasting the movie Alice Through the Looking Glass and the series Lemony Snickets: A Series of Unfortunate Events. For example, a difference that these two television shows have is that Alice goes to Wonderland once more. The Baudelaires have to face a madman known as Count Olaf, who is an actor, but, nobody recognizes him when he dresses up in disguises to fool people so that he can become in possession of the Baudelaire fortune even though the children recognize him the three times he tries to disguise himself. A similarity that they both have is that they both go on an adventure to find something out that they are determined to know.
The two stories that are being compared are, Taming of the Shrew and 10 Things I hate about you. Taming of the shrew is a play written by William Shakespeare about a woman named Kathrin who knows as a shrew and gets tamed by a wealthy man that’s named Petruchio who try’s to tame “A shrew.” Then there’s ten things about you that is a remake of Taming of the Shrew, but it’s placed in a high school that’s in the 90’s and theses two girls are sisters, Kate and Bianca, what ever Kate does then Bianca can do it, and Kate is the “shrew.” The difference between the relationship of Kate and Petruchio in the play Taming of the Shrew and 10 things I hate about you is seen through Petruchio’s motivation to be with Katherine. This ultimately influences the way Katherine responds to him and is “tamed.”
Gobstoppers There are many similarities and differences between Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory“. In the book there were square candies that looked round unlike the movie that had exploding candies for enemies. Speaking of enemies, Charlie Bucket had none, but he did have a loving family and Charlie chose his grandpa Joe in the movie, in comparison to the book where he also chose grandpa Joe. In the movie his mom has a job and unlike the book where his dad works and not his mom. In the movie “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” the paddle boat is made out of wood dissimilar to the book where it’s made out of a pink candy.