What is the differences between a stormbreaker movie and the book?
Sabina is in the film, not the book. In the book series she is introduced in the third book Skeleton Key. Sabina also doesn't go to school with Alex.
The character Mr. Crawley had to have a name change to Mr. Crawford, after the real MI6 didn't want the name used. Additionally, Herod Sayle's name is changed to Darrius, and his nationality changed from Lebanese to American. And Alex's fake name is changed from Felix Lester to Kevin Blake.
In the scene that takes place at the garbage dump (in the movie, at the beginning), Alex takes out multiple guards with a rope. In the book there is only one guard and Alex kicks him, knocking him out, then leaves. Also, in the movie, Alex escapes the car by ejecting the seat, whereas in the book he escapes through the smashed rear windscreen.
The scene when Jack gets attacked by Nadia Vole isn't in the book
In the film, Alex has a Nintendo DS as a handheld gadget, but in the book, it is a Game Boy Color
In the book, Alex uses the smoke bomb in the Nintendo DS/gameboy to escape the plane controlled by Mr.Grin down to the science museum. In the movie, he uses it to escape the Dozmary Mine.
Gadgets including the mind control pen and the parachute backpack were not mentioned in the book
In the book, Mr Grin dies because the plane he was controlling crashed into a building site. In the movie, he doesn't die at all, however, rumors say that he was either arrested or killed by Yassen G. offscreen.
In the book, Sayle doesn't find out that Kevin Blake (or in the book, Felix Lester) was really Alex Rider until Alex is captured. In the movie, Nadia tells Sayle that Kevin is a spy, whose instructions to Nadia was to kill Alex in his room, which caused Alex to head to the Dozmary Mine.
In the book when Alex parachutes through the Glass Roof of the StormBreaker Launch, he already has a weapon, which he uses to shoot the Prime Minister in the Hand. In the film, he is handed it by the Soldiers he trained with Earlier to shoot the Button apart.
In the book Alex earns respect from Wolf by pushing him off the plane, but in the film he earns it by freeing them from a guarded locked house
The film features an extra chase scene where Sabina helps Alex get to Sayle's building and features a more dramatic fight scene at the end when Sayle corners Alex. Alex (as well as Sabina) are hanging off the edge of the building before Yassen arrives to assassinate Sayle.
The crucible is about the Salem witch trials of 1692. Some differences between the play/book and the movie are: Hale's wife is mentioned in the movie and not in the playwright or book; In the movie Abigail visits John Proctor while he is in jail but in the play/book she does not; The opening scene of the girls dancing in the movie isn't in the book until later and is only mentioned but not described.
Differences between the book "Atonement" and the movie vary from the more in-depth understanding of the characters and point of views in the book that aren't in the movie to the wry sense of humor that the book possesses and the movie does not. The film deals with emotions of the characters where the book is more internal. Also, the book is wordy and lengthy whereas the movie seems to oppose this in a rebellious…
Fight Club was a book written by Chuck Palahniuk in 1996, which was made into a movie in 1999. There are numerous differences between the book and the movie. The most important of these differences is the way the story ends. In the book, the narrator ends up in a mental hospital, while in the movie, he ends up shooting himself in the head.
Their are a lot of similarities from the book and the movie. Their are also a lot of diferences. But if you really wanna find out the similarities and differences between the book and the movie, then you have to read and watch them. They are really sad, but yet really good and funny. I hope that you enjoy them.
3 of the many differences are: - Freak is said to have blonde hair in the book however in the movie has brown hair. - Freak dies on the day of Christmas in the movie, but in the book it says he lives till spring. - Max does not smash the glass in the medical centre in the movie as said in the book after Freak's death.
Yes, in the book Henry Flemming is leaving home in the beginning in the book, in the movie they skip that part. A soldier from Flemming's regiment is trying to steal a horse in the book, but in the movie he tries to steal a pig. Wilson gives Henry a pocket watch in the movie and in the book he gives him a bundle of letters. There are more differences, but if you want to…
If you have read the book, the differences are very obvious. I personally dislike the movie because it leaves out some very important scenes and most of the rest were cut short and modified to the degree where the movie was extremely loosely based on the book. If you really want to see the differences, read the book then watch the movie. Things are usually better that way, anyways.