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.
• I like how the book isn’t so musical like the film, there are more dangers along the yellow brick road, the journey seems longer because there are days and nights. I like it. • In the film, Dorothy and company were together when they confronted the Oz, but in the book they were told to each come individually. The setting for the scene was pretty much the same in both. • Oz said kill the witch in the book, but said bring back her broomstick in the movie.
The casting crew from Of Mice and Men is chosen wisely they all portray each character perfectly. Reading the book and imagining each character then watching the movie both portray fine. The book Of Mice and Men would have never made imaginary that Stable buck’s back was that messed up. If to pick what characters from either the book or the movie you would have to choose the movie for the reason that it’s more realistic more believable and more defined. The
When they get to the ranch looking for the job the one that talks is always George, because Lennie have an issue in his brain that’s why he acts as a little kid. George talks to the owner of the ranch and he told him that Lennie is his cousin and his mother left him so he have to take care of the poor Lennie. I make the analysis and I get to the conclusion that mice in the title, and in the book are Lennie because mice can’t make decision by itself. I compare Lennie like the mice that the scientist uses in the laboratories to make experiments on them, because the nervous system is similar to a human one. The scientists use the mice in the laboratory to make experiments on them with many things, like medicine to see how they react to it.
The Movie makes Leper seem way more wild and dangerous than he seemed in the book. In the book Gene has a hidden hatred for Finny. He doesn’t know why he hates Finny but in his head he can’t stand him. In the movie Gene is more open about his dislike. For example, It looks like he maliciously wiggles Finny out of the tree, whereas, Gene seems to subconsciously does it in the book.
For example, when Pat is rifling through his house to find his wedding video he starts to have flashbacks of his wedding song in his head. He starts to grab his head to stop hearing the wedding song and starts to have flashback visions of him seeing Nicki in the shower and Pat beating up Dough almost to his death. This scene symbolizes that Pat isn't aware of his surroundings when he thinks of the horrifying memory of his wife cheating on him. He loses his temper and it allows him to become weak. When it comes to Pat’s cheating wife, it shows throughout the movie that his mindset becomes weak because he will do anything just to win her back.
Of Mice and Men, Written by John Steinbeck is a classic novel that uses symbolism to convey the struggles and dreams of the people during the Great Depression. There are many things in the story that symbolize many things. The pool by the river that George and lennie stayed at night rather then in the bunkhouse, George and Lennies farm that consists of rabbits that lennie and Groege hope to one day own, Candy’s sheep dog that’s old and useless, Lennies puppies, Lennies mouse that he carriers around, Everyone’s hands, George’s Card games, The Characters, Locations, and the animals. The Characters in the story are George and Lennie, Curley, Curley’s wife, Crooks, Candy, and slim. George and Lennie are explained in detail with other characters
He has becomes obsessed with preventing the overthrow of him as a king. Some may say Macbeth became stronger as the play went on, but evidences shows he had become weaker as the haunting of the ghost Banquo broke him down to a point where he was questionably insane. He relied far too much on the prophecies and the supernatural, which in the end was his downfall. Towards the end of the play Lady Macbeth has died and the battle is drawing closer to Macbeth. After hearing the news of Lady Macbeth’s death Macbeth appears unemotional “She should have died hereafter;…” Macbeth is overly confident due to the witch’s prophecies telling him that anyone born from a woman cannot harm him.
Feeling uncomfortable, Nick wanted to leave and go back home into west egg because he felt sick knowing that his cousin in law was cheating on his cousin. Unfortunately, Tom convinced Nick to stay and to just have fun with him and the rest of myrtles sisters, leading up to nick getting drunk. 1B. what inferences can you
When Peg comes to Edward’s house, she takes him in and he falls in love with her daughter. These movies all demonstrate characters who are different and who are usually misunderstood. Burton uses a lot of high angles to make characters seem small and helpless. When he does this, the mood gets more suspenseful. In Edward Scissorhands, when Edward gets trapped inside Jim’s house there is a high angle as he is panicking and doesn’t know what to do.