Comparing the book to the movie you can clearly tell what certain things are different. For example, Sydelle Pulaski worked for Mr. Westing in the movie but only talked over the intercom. This not only caused a lot of drama but more depth to the plot. Also, Crow didn’t go to jail but they did talk about most of the consequences of her going to jail. This made a little bit more serious and emotional instead of just letting it go.
Last but not least, Dr.Watson would be an important character towards the audience/readers, because Dr.Watson will explain in everyday english, what Sherlock is saying. Sherlock often talks to himself, and when he does figure a mystery out, he would just walk out the door and starts speaking is accelerated gibberish. An example would be in the Sherlock book by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the one titled “ The Boscombe Valley Mystery”, out of the blue, Sherlock had already solved the case. Inspector Lestrade and Dr.Watson were all very puzzled, and i think the readers must be as well. Therefore,
The book and movie are completely different. It 's like comparing apples and oranges. (I 'm assuming that you used the newest version with Guy Pierce). The biggest difference is probably the ommision of Haydee and Maximillien and Valentine (three of the main character) and the addition of Jacapo. Jacapo does is in the book, but he is never a large character.
The novel and the movie were both very suspenseful. The main characters are both the same in the book and in the movie but are a little bit different then their counter partners in the novel/movie. In both the movie and
Both share the same plot, and there are very little differences between the two. These are a few of the differences that I was able to notice between the book and the movie. There are several others throughout the story, but they are all just as minute and in the end they have no effect on the outcome of the story. Overall, I was very impressed with the movie and it was very true to the book. I have seen my share of movies that were adaptations from books that did not do the book justice, but this one is almost exactly like the book, so it was very
The Watsons go to Birmingham was an amazing book and movie, but I personally think that the novel was better. The novel is better because it has more character depth, it shows theme better, and you can get your own understanding. The movie lacked many things including character depth.
Sherlock Holmes holds the Guinness World Record for “literary character most frequently portrayed on screen.” Over one hundred actors have played Holmes on screen. There are over two hundred and fifty movies, hundreds of episodes, and even plays based around Doyle’s writings with the first known Sherlock Holmes movie debuting in 1905. The first American Sherlock Holmes actor was William Gillette, who played him on stage in 1899 and on film in 1916 (Dawidziak, n. p.). The many adaptations make it very hard to
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
After watching the movie, Get a Clue!, and reading the book, The Westing Game, I believe that the book was a lot more entertaining and easier to understand. Although both the movie and book had similar plots, they were very, very diverse. The movie made many changes to the story, including writing it in Turtle’s point of view, and changing the characters’ personalities. It made the movie hard to follow.
“You can’t separate peace from freedom because no one else can be at peace unless he has his freedom.” This quote was by Malcom X, a well known Civil Rights activist. His words show that no one can have freedom and peace without each other. It also shows how strong segregation was at the time the Watsons went down to Birmingham. There are a sundry of similarities and differences between book and movie The Watsons Go to Birmingham. The similarities and differences can be found in the plot events, resolution, and the characters.
I enjoyed the book more than the movie because it gave more time and detail into the story. The movie felt like it moved really fast, forgetting many of the important parts that were shown in the book. The book flowed nicely, giving the reader a chance to feel like they are in the story, but the movie didn’t give me a chance to understand these characters. I feel like if I watched the movie first, I would not understand the characters and their emotions as much as when I read the book first. Finally, I would have included the daughters of Mary and Mary Day more in the movie. Without it, it would be harder for the watcher to understand what the purpose of them is. All in all, I enjoyed the book much more than the movie due to its amount of detail and spacing of
Another major difference between the book and movie is the traits and actions taken by the characters. One example is Alice Kinnian. In the story, she is depicted as a quiet, non-aggressive person, but in the movie she is very much the opposite in character. For one, she never really made a move towards Charly, however, in the movie, she is the more aggressive between the two. Also, towards the end of the movie, Alice asked Charly to marry her and that never even happened in the novel at all. Charly is another character who is given different traits and actions in the movie then the book. In the book, he is a kind, warm-hearted man who couldn’t harm a fly. Believe it or not in the movie Charly tried to sexually assault Alice. In the book he never ever would have tried to do such a horrible thing to Alice. Also, he got very upset when he found out that he failed one of the tests given to him at the laboratory. He could have cared less if he failed in the book. Charly’s family is something else that was never mentioned in the movie, and it’s probably the most important difference of them all. It is the most important because of the fact that when Charly went to visit his family, it brought to him a great deal of happiness
There are many similarities and differences between the movie and book versions of The Watsons Go To Birmingham. They help make the two worth reading and watching; nothing is left too predictable.
The movie is better than the novel because it has many details that the novel does not have the part in the beginning where the dad gets pinned to the ground by a tree and then gets sick and dies a few days later but in the novel he is just
Coulson, 2004). Sherlock is a part of the upper class while Watson is seen as a middle class citizen while he is respected but he isn't on the same level as Holmes. He is also respected for his work as a doctor and is known for being hard working. Sherlock is portrayed as a troubled but brilliant detective who is often troubled and socially awkward with people. He also deals with psychological noise with the fact that he sees everything he call it both a gift and a curse at the same time. Holmes and Watson both have different degrees of perceived self and presenting self. In Watson case his is more concerned with his presenting self than Sherlock is (C. M. Shaw& R. Edwards, 1997).