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What are similarities and differences between the book and movie The Cay?
father is not in the movie
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There is no difference. I have read the book "The Cay" And they are just the exact same thing, just pronounced and spelled differently. Hope this helps! :)
Stanley was accused of stealing the shoes.Stanley taught zero to read and write.Hector (Zero) reunited with his mother after many years they were separated.Stanley taught he w…as at camp green lake of his grandpa'sZero and Stanley get stuck in a hole with yellow spotted lizardsStanley has flash backsKissen Kate Barlow gets bitten by yellow spotted lizardsSam gets shot
They both involve a mixture of Christmas lore with the Railroad background. the movie, which I did not see, has some sinister valve timing. There is something strange going on…... not really spooky but far more so than the book. once underway the book is a relatively smooth-running express with no signal or motor trouble, phantom hoboes, or the like. The film has more suspense and action not found in the book. If I remember correctly ( I am more familiar with the book, the abduction angle is far more toned down, and there are no female characters in the story. it"s a he-man world, so to speak. The use of Locomotive #1225 to pull the Express is a clever calendrical pun. I am not a fan of Clausism so I don"t care for films that support this myth. N"uff said.
To truly answer this question would take more time than anyone should bother with, but I can give the overall differences: Missing from the movie was the character of Patrick… Hockstetter, as well as a few more minor characters, and the history of the monster in the town of Derry. In the movie, Beverly didn't have sex with the boys in the tunnels on their way out after they believed they killed the monster when they were 12 (early). The character of Beverly Marsh in the book was a very tough tomboyish girl who didn't take crap from anyone (except her father). In the movie, she was played by actresses who portrayed her as very meek, both in her 12 year old and adult years.The movie left out the entire part of the book when they were in the "macrospace" and mentally fighting the monster. In the movie this was simply portrayed as them being hypnotized by the monster. In the movie, the 12 year old group never made it to the "lair of it". They met up with Pennywise in the cellars in some random place.No mention of the Turtle in the movie.Many interactions with Henry were left out of the movie. There are so many more differences, but I think I hit on most of the ones that really took away important context from the movie version.
first, they do mention david howard, but he isn't in the movie, but he was in the book. secondly, sam was replaced with david as marty's friend lastly, sam is more interes…ted in shiloh
I read the epic poem and saw the movie. The movie stays pretty close to the movie except for two main points. Warning, these are spoilers. In the book Beowulf goes bac…k to (the land of the Geat's) Geatland to become king of his uncles kingdom. In the movie he stays in (the land of the Danes) Denmark and becomes king of Hrothgar's kingdom. In the poem Beowulf kills Grendel's mom. In the movie they make love and have a human beast like creature son (a dragon as a son). Although, in the film Beowulf returns and says he kills her so I guess one could argue it stays in line with the poem that way. In the book she could be still alive and they do the same thing but it doesn't say so we will never know. Also the in the poem there is a larger social backdrop of this type of society that wants peace and stability but that is at odds with a heroic culture of honor and revenge. In the movie they only touch on that very briefly when Beowulf comments on that the age of heroes is giving way to Christianity.
1. even though david and sam are different they still try to keep shiloh a secret
There are 12 districts (Well know living ones) President snow wears roses Rue dies the same Katniss gets deafened Cinna is in the dressing room, to tell her good bye Katniss s…till hunts Cato gets eated by dogs, then put out of his misery Clove dies with a rock to the head Foxface is sly Peeta uses camoflage Peeta is a baker Peeta throws katniss bread Katniss is willing to sacrifce herself for peeta etc. etc. There is so many more!!!
Here was no beauty contest for little Ann Billy didn't go down the slide at town It didn't start out as billy being old in the beginning Similar Grandpa did hurt his l…eg God did play a role in the movie Both dogs did die at the end - that was sad That all I can tell you thank you
'What are the differences between Beowulf the movie and Beowulf the book What are the similarities'?
1. The portrayal of Beowulf as a flawed man rather than a heroic warrior. 2. The portrayal of Hrothgar as a womanizing alchoholic rather than a noble king. 3. The portrayal of… Unferth as a Christian.
What are the similarities and differences between the book and movie of the boy in the striped pajamas?
The book is way better and they show different things in each by singer New Answer: In the movie, to start, the boys are eight instead of nine. Also, they …are the exact same age in the book, in the movie it is unknown if they are the exact same age or not. There is a dinner scene with Hitler in the book that was excluded in the movie. Schmuel certainly has more dialog in the book rather than the movie. Bruno's mom is more sensitive to the Jews in the movie. You don't know that the cook/doctor (i forget his name) was beaten, it was referred to as terrible things. Also, hitler is always referred to as "the fury" in the book, but hardly referred to at all in the movie I am certain there are many more differences than I listed, but these are just a few. By Kayleen
The basic idea of the book and movie are similar. An extremely rich man named John Hammond gets an island off the shore of Costa Rica. He has scientists clone dinosaurs.… Things go wrong, so he has some consultants come see the island to see if it is safe. These consultants include Dr. Alan Grant (paleontologist), Dr. Ellie Sattler (paleobontanist), and Dr. Ian Malcom (mathmetician). He also invites his grandkids, Tim and Lex Murphy. The book and movie both center around the events that happen to these people while they are on the island. Most of the characters from the book also make it to the big screen in the movie. Dr. Alan Grant and Dr. Ellie Sattler are still in the movie. They are still scientists. The same thing goes for Dr. Ian Malcolm. Denis Nedry is still the annoying computer technician. Dr. Harding is still the vet for the dinosaurs. Muldoon is still the game warden. John Arnold is still the egineer. Though Ed Regis, Donald Gennaro, and Dr. Wu play a much smaller role in the movie than in the book, they are still present. All the mentioned characters come across differently in the movie than in the book, but they at least are still included.
All I can think of for similarities is that in both the book and movie, Giles Corey had weight put on top of him because they were trying to get some information from him, but… all he said was "More weight!" And the girl in the beginning of the book and movie took her clothes off and she was naked. Also, when Abigail was in court at one time she pretended like Mary was hurting her and then all of the other girls including Abigail started mimicking what she was saying.
When one similarity is that the setting is both segregated. In Maniac people are segregated by race, in Outsiders, people are segregated by money. Hope that helps.
What are some similarities and differences between mary shelley's Frankenstein the book and the movie?
The movie "Mary Shelly's Frankenstein" differs significantly from the book. I think that the title of the movie should have just been "Frankenstein" if they were just going to… change most of the significant details of the book. The first change I noticed was when the crew first met Victor Frankenstein. In the book, they saw the monster first and then met Frankenstein. In the movie, Frankenstein was being chased by the monster and they just heard him after they had already met Victor. The next change that I noticed was the extent of Victor and Elizabeth's relationship. Their relationship in the book showed that they weren't affectionate to eachother yet. In the movie, Victor had already proposed to her before he even left for Ingolstadt. The other change that I noticed was how Victors mother passed. In the book, Victor's mother wanted to adopt Elizabeth strictly so that Victor and her could get married and then after Elizabeth got scarlet fever, so did Victor's mother and thats what she died from. In the movie, Victor's mother dies giving birth and it is Victor's father that decides to adopt Elizabeth.
The Outsiders movie and The Outsiders book are both alike and different in many ways. The movie adaptation was made in 1983. The book was first published in the 1967. One …way is that the book starts off with Ponyboy leaving the movie theaters, while the movie starts off with him walking through town with Johny and Dally. Another is that the book is in first person point of view. The movie isn't narrated, so it is not in first person point of view. Also, in the book, Sodapop and Dally are supposed to be blonde, but in the movie they are both brunettes. In the movie, the church wasn't on a hill. In the book, the church was on the top of a hill in Windrixville. Even though the book and movie are different, they are alike in many ways as well. The movie has all of Pony's gang members, Soda, Darry, Johny, Dally, Two-bit, Steve, and Pony, just like the book. Both Dally and Johny die in both the movie and the book.