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.
If the movie had more detail it would be more interesting. The book gave me a better picture. When I saw the movie it confused me because it didn’t have all the parts. If I just saw the movie I wouldn’t understand why Greasers and Socs were separated and why they hated each other. I think Cherry did a really good job; she fit the description really well I think.
Sabrina Thomas Mel-Con #2 The film Speak detracts from the novel, the book Speak did a much more thorough job of getting up close and personal with Melinda’s story, whereas the film left out specific details that would have helped the understanding of the story. On one hand, in the book Speak, everything was very detailed and improved how you understood the story; on the other hand, the film was focused on the overall big picture. Very rarely did the movie go into great detail. For instance, in the book, there is a part where she has finally built the confidence to tell Rachelle about what happened the night of the end-of-summer party that wasn’t shown in the film that I thought was very important when I read it. “I’m on a roll.
Also after watching it I did not had some deep feelings about any of the characters of the movie and I did not got anything learning from that movie. For some of people who loves movie just to relax they might love it. I was excepting from that movie that it will show maybe something about Indian person who will get education and make something different in his life, but it did not. Another thing that I still wonder is the name of the movie: Smoke Signals. My opinion is that in the begging of the film smoke showed the death and trouble for somebody.
It is rare to find perfect harmony in both. Usually, I try to read the book before I see the movie because I find it disappoints me in the reverse. Fully capturing the essence of a novel on film can be very challenging. Novels, in general, offer more background and insight and allow more time for character development. The best way to decide if the mediums are closely related is to do a side by side comparison and see if the movie can hold the same value.
This is done for several reasons which include the idea that an addition to the movie may enhance the story. *The book has more information about the story while movies are shortened and with less information. Also, for what the producer and director believe will enhance the entertainment aspect of the film, they made add information that was not at all seen in the book. So people should read the books before they watch the movie. The other aspect of the book vs the movie is the instant ability to re-read passages that at first the reader did not totally grasp.
Many novels in this genre tackle personal issues such as dating, relationships, weight issues, life issues and many more. Often told from a point of view that pulls the audience in as if the narrator is confiding in them, Chick Lit novels offer something to identify with, and a great percentage of the audience take comfort from this. I love the odd book to read that’s light and funny and easy going and I am one hundred per cent a sucker for a happy ending; everything that is beheld in a Chick Lit novel, but can we call it literature and is it really any good when compared to Authors such as Stephen King and
However, when examing the events that happen in the story and how people react to them, it is evident that “So it goes” has a much bigger effect on the plot than what meets the eye initally. There are numerous occasions in the book that don’t directly involve death, but Billy still is passive and apathetic towards them just as he is towards death. One example of this is when he can’t sleep one night so he gets up and watches a movie while he waits for the Tralfamadorians to come abduct him. He already knew, due to his time travel, that they were going to come and abduct him. Instead of freaking out like everyone else would do, he instead is very calm and waits patiently for the aliens to come and take him away in their flying saucer.
Where to actually watch the movie would be the hardest part. While both choices have things that are similar and different, the thought of where they would go to enjoy the movie best is the most important thing. A person may make a comparison of similarities or differences at least once a day to determine what action to take or what choice to make in life. First of all, one would have to identify some things that going to the theater to watch a movie and staying home to watch a movie have in common as well as things that they both do not have in common. Basically, what experience they can expect while watching a movie at the theater and while watching a movie at home.
I then like to look at the list of actors in order to determine whether or not it has any of my favorites. There is some internal point system being implemented subconsciously but I am not aware of it at the time. The next factor is then an evaluation of my mood. Am I in the mood for serious drama that may tug at my heart strings or am I in the mood for a mindless comedy that's good for some sight gags. This is then all thrown out of the window if my spouse is pleading with me to watch something else.