Both the novel and the movie have the strengths and weaknesses. In my opinion, it is more clearly explained about the strong bonds between Billy and his dogs in the book than in the movie. I can really understand how much Billy loved his dogs, and the expression of love was more in the book than in the movie. The book gives more detailed information than the movie. However, I prefer watching the movie because it seems to be more
‘Cry’ is a dance choreographed by a very talented and well-recognised choreographer named Alvin Ailey. This was created in 1971. Ailey has created many incredible works but I must say that ‘Cry’ was one of his most outstanding works of art. The dance’s intent is to portray the struggle & strength of the African American women who were in the slave trade; how women so enslaved & trapped can still manage to be so free.
I prefer the movie over the book because,it shares more detail.The book does not share the way they look but only gives us away to guess what they look like.The movie
I prefer some aspects of the movie to the book. First, I liked the visual representation of the novel that we had read as a class. I enjoyed being able to physically see Mitch Albom change and take Morrie’s words to heart, rather than just trying to interpret it in my own way. The movie did a better job of demonstrating Mitch’s original state of mind, where he didn’t seem to change too much. I also enjoyed being able to see the added character, “Shawn Daley,” change his ways throughout the movie just as
Finally there are lots of differences between the book and the movie. They also show that the movie was a lot weaker then then the book. I can see the movies aren't always better than the books. The books go more into detail than the movie. I enjoined the movie because it is more visual. The book was a little
The 3 major differences that were seen are the shattering of the conch, the pilot’s presence, and Ralph’s attitude towards Piggy. Due to these major differences the novel left a greater impact on its readers than the movie on its viewers. Seeing the movie and as well reading the book, personally the book was a better. The book has a very different approach of that showed these 3 major differences to their full extent. Out of the two though, I would choose the book as more pleasant and
The book is better because it gives more excitement and emotion. The book just explains each of the events in great detail. I don’t know about other people, but for me the more information there is, the more I understand it. And in the movie of “The Outsiders”, it does not really say much about what’s going on. For instance, when Johnny dies, in the movie, Ponyboy goes home but it does not tell how long he had been out. In the book, Pony is walking home from the hospital and a man asked him if he wanted a ride (Hinton 151). Though others might think that the movie is better because it visualizes the events that are happening. But, even though it envisions what the book tells about does not mean that it is one hundred percent better.
- This book is a really good book not a very good movie because they have so many differences if they would have not started in the middle of the book then it would have been really good and entertaining but it just doesn't give me the vision in my head of the whole book . A movie to me is where a book comes to life and, but it still was a good movie but could have been
Many of y’all think that a movie is better than a book because y’all don’t like reading. Neither do i, but in this specific movie and book I liked the book a little better. The reason why is because the book gave more detail about certain situation. For example when lennie imagined about Aunt Clara and the big rabbit. That was not in the movie at all.
To begin with, I believe that the movie A cry in the wild did a better job of telling the story Hatch .I believe this because the movie had more details than the book because the part of the movie when the bear was fighting him it looked like he was fighting a real person.And in the book it talked about the moose and in the movie it don’t. and the book he covered his face with his jacket and in the movie he covered his face with mud. And in the movie he was so scared when he saw the man who had an heart attack and he was attacked by fish
In the book there are much more feeling than in the book. If you like having feeling in the book you would probably like the book more. In the book you can feel how they feel. For example in the book when johnny is dying you know how Ponyboy feel and how hard it is for him since Johnny is the only one of the only people Pony can really talk to. In the movie you can’t really do that. Also in the book they describe how the characters feel.
In the book, there are many chapters that help the reader get to know the characters better. This is done not by telling the reader about the character, but through events that the characters go through. Another thing was that I felt like the book had more emotion, but I think this was because I had gotten to know the characters in the book better than I did in the movie. The book is also narrated from Scout’s perspective, while the movie is not. This changes the feel of the story, making the movie feel a little bit less personal than the book.
Needless to say I can honestly say I like both the book and the movie because the movie gives detail and shows what we would like to know. As for the book we can read and follow more in debt about how each of those students lived their life day by day. Not knowing if they would ever be able to get back home without getting shot. Overall, I love the movie and the book for showing two different sides with slightly different perspectives and some few details off. Other than that both show how much they fought to become a success and not give up on their
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