Wednesday, December 20, 2017

To Kill A Mokingbird: Similarities & Differences

Something that I found different in the movie was that in the book, Atticus seemed like this kind, noble, & clever man who basically could do anything and it was hard to stump or render speechless, but, in the movie, he seemed just like a struggling parent, trying to teach his children right from wrong while struggling too do the same. It was wonderful. You could tell it was hard to get him riled up, but when you did, you couldn't get a word in.
Something different was that it didn't have as much stuff in it and I liked it. It was like Scout was directly talking to you and she was short on time so she had to skip somethings. I really enjoyed the movie if you couldn't tell.
I don't really have anything else to say. I just really enjoyed this movie and all the subtle things in it. (Like the ham costume.)
A lot of people said they hated this movie and I don't blame them, but you have to understand, people first have the make a movie, then focus on turning it into an adaptation, and cutting things out was the only way to do that. Overall, like I said twice before, I loved this movie.

1 comment:

  1. I totally agree with you, but I didn't like the movie Atticus as well as the book Atticus. I didn't really like the movie overall, either. I feel like it needed to be more from Scout's perspective instead of Jem's. Good job!