Of course, all books are more descriptive. What I liked about the movie is that they actually showed the dream Pony boy had and they also showed Dally robbing the grocery store; something the book doesn't tell. Both the book and the movie are great, and you should watch it, but the book is better. In conclusion as you can tell there are many differences, but there are also many things that are alike between the book and the movie. I enjoyed both the book and the movie, but personally I think the book was better, because the movie left some of the things out that the book had in it.
TAKE TWO! CAN YOU REPEAT THE PAST? The two films are very fascinating in comparison, and if anything made me appreciated the other more, both of these movies have major differences to the novel. Upon viewing the 1974 rendition, I can sort of appreciate how Jack Clayton and Francis Ford Coppola were attempting to make the novel “cinematic” in a 1970s kind of way. The film may have actually turned out to be a great if it wasnt for some of these issues that I’ll get to in a touch.
The closeness between Annie and Ray in “Field of Dreams” is emphasized more strongly than in the book. In the movie, we see the couple in their bed, and Annie is trying to understand Ray’s situation with the voices. In the book, Annie seems like more of a supporter for Ray, never doubting or implying that the voices in his head are humorous to her. The reason the producers changed the closeness between the two in the movie was probably to add some romance to the movie and to help us connect with the characters. 4.
For example, the filming techniques that Hitchcock uses in the movie are very effective. In the short story, DuMaurier uses sensory imagery to make the readers feel what the characters in the story is experiencing. The effects may be different in the movie and the book, but both of the productions achieve a high level of psychological
The House of Dies Drear Do you like the thought of ghost living in your house or someone else's house? What about trying to put the pieces together in a abstruseness like Sherlock Homes? If you do you would love the book or movie The House of Dies Drear. I went on a journey trying to find the differences in this amazing novel and star quality movie. I've got to say it wasn't easy trying to figure out which one I liked best, but I got to say I liked the film much more prominent then the novel.
The similarity between the two works made the movie an excellent interpretation of the book and was very enjoyable to watch after reading. The base factors that the producer chose to keep in the movie were essential to how well the movie represents the book. The obvious similarity was the bees, in both the book and movie, the bees and their honey are a huge role through symbolism and finding links to Lily’s mother. It is common that in a movie adaptation of a book, some essentials characteristics are lost to visual effects or because the producer didn’t think it was important. There were a few important scenes
Compare and Contrast esssy A great book is almost always followed by a movie. They have their similarities and we can always count on the differences. While many care for the visual aid the movie gives, others often care for a little more thinking that the book offers. In Madeline L’engle’s “A Wrinkle in Time” the reader can spot major and minor differences between the book and movie, however with those differences the main storyline stay the same. The differences between the to are with the opening of the movie it doesn’t start off with the famous line “It was a dark and stormy night”, instead it starts with Meg in her back yard looking up at the stars having a flashback of shortly before her dad left.
Film Assignment: “The Secret Life of Bees” On the scale of 1-10, 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I would give this movie a rating of 8.5. This movie deserves this particular score because it manages to catch the audience’s attention and put them into the lives of the characters. Both the good and bad times. One of the two scenes that were well done was the scene when T. Ray came to the Boatwright house and lily opened the door and let him in. I feel like this scene was well done because highlights the maturity of lily by letting T. Ray and being able to stand up and speak for herself.
Throughout the film version of Proof, what happens to Catherine is very similar to what happens to her in Auburn’s play. However, the movie is different from the play because it shows the characters in a different light, it takes place in many different settings, and it adds more scenes than the play does. The story lines between the play and the movie have different plots, characters, scenery, and music/sound effects. You will want to read the play to get the best scenario, and leave the movie for the ones who really do not appreciate reading. First of all, the plot of the movie was somewhat similar to the play.
The sound of their laughter is used to remind the audience of their close proximity to Nora and Mrs Linde and emphasizes how unaware they are of the events unfolding nearby. They are seen together in darker surroundings mirroring the fact that they are both in the dark concerning Nora’s secret. At the beginning of the scene music is used which adds to the atmosphere and helps create a feeling of tension. This tension is repeated with the use of music again when Nora and Mrs Linde move from their seats by the stove to the room next door. Thacker also makes good use of the stage visuals here especially the properties.