Luhrmann’s film, then again, could on the verge of excessively boisterous and unsavoury at the same time, but in any case it kept me awake. I have to say, neither of these films are the complete adaptation of The Great Gatsby. The novel is the overall the best genre for the audience, the descriptive techniques used by F. Scott Fitzgerald, make the novel the great art that it is, with the novel written like that it gives the audience the opportunity to imagine the novel how they
The book was a lot more detailed than the movie though, which made the plot more clear. Every character was described perfect and every scene made sense and fell into place with all the other scenes. The details that are included in the book make the story bring more emotion to the reader for the fact that everything is explained clearly and is also understandable. In the end, The reader might feel that both the book and movie made perfect sense. The big thing that helped me out a lot was that I had previously read the book therefore I was not as lost as someone else who had not read it would be.
The Crucible: The Book or The Movie? When asked the question in which format, the book or the movie, do you as the student get more out of? I personally was able to appreciate the concepts of this story better in the movie than in the book. Its not just the fact that I am a bit more of a visual learner but the simple fact the movie was fantastic because of its wonderful portrayal of the characters and the cohesiveness between the movie and the book. The actors in this movie make an all star cast of Hollywood’s most heralded and respected people.
300 might not be historically accurate, but a lot of special effects were added to this movie in purpose of adding a flavor to the screen and to keep the viewers of the movie entertained. The fight scenes are far from what you may call “historically accurate,” but that was Zack Snyder’s intention. 300 This movie will always be remembered, 300 is always going to have an important role in the history of cinematography right next to movies like Casablanca. I absolutely love the movie 300, a lot of film schools take advantage of the great methods that were used to make this movie and use them to teach their students about films. You can count on film schools using 300 as a means to teach film students for many years to come.
‘A Patch of Blue’ Essay The book version of ‘A Patch of Blue’ is much more powerful, informative and overall, much better. There are many reasons why it is better, such as, the alternate endings, the detail of the book, and also the way the book shows tolerance, these reasons and more are talked of in more detail, in the following paragraphs. ‘A Patch of Blue’ is ‘a poignant story of love and anguish’, as it is described on the front cover, which is true. Although the film version was poignant, the alternate ending to the book was not as emotional or moving. The alternate ending to the book was a ‘happily ever after’ approach which did not express how Selena felt as she realised that she was just as bad and just as intolerant as her mother, Roseann.
Horace with his strong body turns easily to Will when they fight, but Will is more mobile and faster time to easily escape attacks by Horace. Both have their qualities and excels in different ways, but what I believe and know in part that the author wanted to say is that no matter the size, you can be stronger and better. The book is relatively easy to get into, as it captures one's interest very quickly. Atleast mine. There is a lot going on and everything we know has great effect on the future of the story, but what we do not know, and that's what drives one to read more, curiosity.
I found I could relate to what the author was saying about being a teenager and many of the studies and information she gives were interesting and I found myself saying oh that’s true, teenagers do, do that. Also the fact that I am comparing fiction to non-fiction was a plus because it would make this project much simpler. I was also surprised to find so many similarities between the movie and book. Some of the things Rosalind Wiseman writes are used word for word in the movie. And the only key difference I could find was that as I mentioned before, the book is non-fiction while the movie is fiction.
English 67 Comparison Sample Essay I Give It An “A” Many people argue that the book is always better than the movie. They will tell you that the written page offers something that the cinematic one can't, that a movie always leaves out details that the book contains, and that key elements of the original story are often missing in the film version. And these book lovers are often right. But in the case of Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter and Will Gluck's Easy A (which is loosely based on Hawthorne's novel), the latter speaks to the modern audience in ways the original never saw coming. Yet, they share two very similar heroines, and offer messages about what it's like to be an outcast.
Kevin Flores 10-27-14 Gatsby Argumentative Essay: Both the 1974 version and the 2013 version of The Great Gatsby are terrific movies but the 1974 version best reflected the novel The Great Gatsby written by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Those who feel that the 1974 version is more faithful to the novel argue that the plot was the same unlike the 2013 version. Supporters of the 2013 version argue that the Gatsby parties were more extravagant in the 2013 version. This is important because the themes of the novel can be lost if the movies are changed too much. One example that supports the 1974 version was the party scene.