Nowadays, most of people in the United State of America either read a book or watch a movie at their free time, for entertainment purposes. Printed books and movies have some similarities and differences. Some people argue that books are better than movies and visa versa. However, this is a controversial issue that has been discussed a lot recently. In this article, I will compare and contrast.
Books are more detailed; when a movie is produced they have to cut bits out of the book to make the film last the wanted time. In “my sister’s keeper” by Jodie Pickolt, the movie removes parts of the book including the relationship between the lawyer and the guardian, which added another dimension to the book.
The book and movie each use the mob scene outside of the court house to escalate the plot even further, heightening the climax of both. The overall story line was approximately equivalent in the film and book. The characters throughout each version also maintain many similar qualities.
Rather than reading a book on your own and discussing it with a friend later, most people choose to see a movie with their friends and discuss it as the credits roll. I grew up reading books. To this day, I would still rather read a book on the couch than rent a movie at my house, and I never see film adaptations without reading the book first.
Sometimes it is easier to watch a movie rather than read the book. Some movies that are adaptations of books can enhance the setting, the scenery and dialogue. This is especially helpful for people who have experienced difficulty in learning to read, as watching the movie as well as reading the book can enhance the experience. A movie adaptation can enhance the experience of the book and can.Learn More
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Published in 1963 and banned from being imported into India in 1979 for being poorly researched and incendiary, Who Killed Gandhi provides an alternative view on Mahatma Gandhi’s assassination alleging that a larger conspiracy was at play. Banned in India. 03 The True Furqan “Al Saffee” and “Al Mahdee” The import of the book was banned in 2005 for the maintenance of security of India.Learn More