Movie vs. Book Essay

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  • Book Vs Movie

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    “Sometimes you make choices in life and sometimes choices make you.” This is my favorite quote from the popular book written by Galye Foreman in 2009, and then later created into a movie in 2014 called if I stay. The story about Mia, the 17 year old high school student who plays the cello and is totally obsessed with classical music. After a tragic car accident, she gets the rare opportunity to reflect on her entire life. Mia begins to have an out-of-body experience where she becomes separated from

  • Tikki Movie Vs Book

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    Rikki-tikki-tavi is the one. The book by Rudyard Kipling and the movie Rikki-tikki-tavi are similar and different in a couple ways. The similarities and differences are in: characters, setting, and conflict. The first aspect that is similar or different is in characters. In the book is first. Rikki-tikki was found by the boy and his mother.(book) Also, Nag and his wife are the “rulers” of the garden.(book) Second is the movie. Rikki-tikki is found by the boy and his father.(movie) As well, Nag and his

  • The Book Thief Book Vs Movie

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    The Book Thief Movie Evaluation There are many disparities between the book and movie version of The Book Thief. Not only do the two scripts utilize the characters in different ways, but the list of characters itself is different. A noticeable difference between the book and movie is the use of Death. Death in the book gives the reader insight, expresses personal emotion, and tells jokes. Whereas Death in the movie is heard a mere two or three times simply introducing the movie setting, or commenting

  • The Hobbit: Book vs. Movie

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    is an absolutely wonderful classical book. In fact, it has been made into a three part movie series, two of which have already been released. The two movies that have been released will be what I am covering in this report. Although the movies are a beautiful remake of the original book, there a quite a few distinct differences between the two. These differences can be very simple: like the fact that Gollum only has six teeth in the book and nine in the movie, or very complex: like the fact that

  • The Hobbit Book Vs Movie

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    Reading about a spectacular and dangerous journey, going to see a movie based off of that book, and seeing the many differences between the two is actually very normal. Directors are always changing the storyline of books because they try to intrigue viewers by giving them something new and improved. In the book and movie, The Hobbit, the author, J.R.R. Tolkien, gives us an amazing novel describing a little hobbits journey to becoming great and strong. Also, director of, The Hobbit: The Desolation

  • The Odyssey Book Vs Movie

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    when I watched the film they didn't look a lot unrealistic. So I do think the changes in the film add details to the original story as I understand it? I personally always think that in films the authors or directors always give more detail than the book, like it isn’t just the details it gives in the story, it has more vivid details. This story

  • Dracula Movie Vs Book

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    Dracula Dracula was an outstanding book to read. At first, in the beginning of the book I wasn’t a huge fan of the book, but once the book got a little more exciting and eventful I started to get really interested. The book starts off slow with Jonathan traveling to Dracula's castle. I think Stoker drug out Jonathan traveling to the castle because it seemed like it took him a million years to get there. Once Jonathan got to the castle a bunch of different events started to happen. When one chapter

  • The Outsiders Movie Vs Book

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    The Outsiders is a movie and a book written by S.E. Hinton. It takes place around the 1960’s with it’s main character named Ponyboy Curtis and his adventure with Johnny when he kills Bob. The two then go out of the city when they realized the police will be after them and hid in a church at the top of a hill in the country. Johnny decides later on to come back home, but a fire happens in the church with children inside. Both Johnny and Ponyboy go inside to save them, but Johnny is hurt badly while

  • Hobbit Movie Vs Book

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    Bilbo, and his new dwarvish friends, run into many trials and challenges. In the year 2013 the second part of the book was made into movie, directed by Peter Jackson. Peter Jackson decided to make many changes from the original book to the movie. Two of the major changes were in the scene in which the company of dwarves, The Hobbit, and The Wizard go to an old acquaintance of

  • The Outsiders Book Vs Movie

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    ‘’ movie , and book are nerve racking, and suspicious. Realizing after the movie. That the movie ,and book have their differences. Going back on what I read , and watched. Then in my response the movie, and the book have its differences from each other . The movie, and book give out similar. They both have the rumble in the movie, and the book . The rumble in the movie , and the book we similar , because they had almost the same actions and scenes going on. The movie, and