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What are differences between-Frankenstein book and the movie?
Summary of differences between the movie Frankenstein (1994) and the book (unsorted) Movie: Frankenstein is the first one to reach the ship. It seems like he is followed or ev…en hunted by his creature. Dogs are running into the fog to attack the mysterious thing in there and get all ripped apart. Frankenstein hurries to get on the boat, everybody fears the thing in the fog. Frankenstein seems to be okay, he is not completely exhausted and can talk. Book: The crew sees one big creature on a sledge heading north. The crew is wondering but doesn't seem to be scared. The next morning, they find an person: Frankenstein. He is very exhausted and ill and has to be nursed to be able to talk again. Frankenstein was therefore the second person to be seen at the boat because his creature hurried north the evening before without taking big notice of the ship. Movie: Frankenstein has a friend Clerval at medical school Book: Clerval is a friend of Frankenstein since youth. Movie: Frankensteins mother dies giving birth to a child. Book: Frankensteins mother dies as she was nursing Elizabeth who was very ill. Movie: He interrupts his professor and talks about Paracelsius, Magnus etc. He is also having anatomy classes (I am not sure whether Krempe or Waldman did them). After another lesson Frankenstein is talking to his companion outside as he is taken to the side by Waldman, who seems creepy. He wants Frankenstein to justify himself and afterwards Waldman invites Frankenstein harshly to his home. Book: Waldman is just another Professor who seems to be more open-minded than Prof. Krempe. He is holding lectures and doing practical exercises and becomes quite a close friend to Frankenstein. It seems to be a friendlier relationship than in the movie. Movie: Waldman shows Frankenstein an experiment with electricity. He had sticked needles into a monkeyhand which causes contractions if electricity stimulates the muscles. He demonstrates this and the hand dramatically grabs Clerval. Book: Not mentioned. Movie: Waldman gets killed by an ill person whom he should give an injection. Book: The death of Waldman is not explicitly mentioned. Movie: Frankenstein was working very hard on his project to revive a human and as he has almost finished, Clerval and Elizabeth want to see him. There is a pandemia and they wand to leave with Frankenstein. Book: I might be wrong but i did not read anything about a pandemia? Movie: Frankenstein is in the mountains with his family / friends as a small thunderstorm cloud comes close to them. He puts a metallic aperature into the floor and they lie down in a circle holding hands as a lightning impacts into the metal charging the people with electricity. Book: Not mentioned in the book. Movie: Frankenstein finally brings his creature to live by using electric eels. Book: The scene of the "birth" of Frankenstein's creature is not described - it seems to be explicitely included in the movies to present some eyecandy. Movie: Frankenstein's creature is a bald human with normal skin colour. Book: Frankenstein's creature is described with yellow skin and black hair. Movie: After the creation of his creature, Frankenstein is sleeping. Suddenly he wakes up and sees his creature which starts going after Frankenstein. Frankenstein runs away and is able to close a door behind and find a hatchet, to hunt the creature but it is gone. It has taken Frankenstein's coat and made itself "shoes" and flees into the street. In the movie it knows instantly, how to put on a coat or how to tie shoes out of rags. Book: The creature's birth is more "aesthetical" / "archaic" than the clumsy behaving of the new born creature in the movie. The emotions and senses of the creature were much more detailed in the book but this depends on the medium book. In the book it was more like the creature being like an exploring child which has to learn what clothes and fire are for. Movie: The creature steals / eats bread on the market because it is hungry. The coat on its head is shoved back by someone and the creature's head is revealed and he is identified as "a monster". Therefore people begin to beat the creature. It feels hard-pressed and defends itself which results in violent strikes. This is enough to keep the people back and run away over a house and jump onto a coach. It seems like the creature's coordination (climbing up somewhere, jumping down on a coach) is also quite good. Book: This scene is not mentioned. Movie: The cottagers are an old, blind man, a middle-aged man and women and one male and one female child. Book: Old man and two middle-aged people, Agatha and Felix Movie: The first word the creature learns is the word friend by listening the woman teaching the child this word. Book: It is described how the creature learns various words like fire, milk, bread, wood. Movie: The creature tries to read Frankenstein's journal Book: The creature does not only read Frankstein's journal but develops into a very intelligent being reading Paradise Lost and the Sorrows of Werter. Movie: The cottagers are poor and don't have enough to eat so the creature culls their vegetables. On Christmas eve, the cottagers leave a notice on a shield "For the good spirit of the forest" and some food. Book: This does not happen in the book. The creature is helping the cottagers by chopping and leaving them wood and not food. Movie: Someone beats the old blind man up and this person gets beat up by the Frankenstein's creature. Afterwards the blind man invites the creature into the house and talks to it and feels its face. Book: The creature itself knocks at the door and comes in to talk to the blind man. They talk for a while until they get interupted and the creature gets beaten and thrown out like in the movie. The blind man did not touch the creatures face in the book. The creature also seems much smarter in the book as it seems to be underdeveloped in the movie. Movie: The old man plays the flute and the creature seems to learn playing the flute too. It shows Frankenstein the flute later in the movie but does not play anything. Book: The flute does not occur in the book. Movie: Rescue-scene of the drowning girl is left out. Book: The creature saves a small girl from drowning in the river and gets shot afterwards and suffers pain. Movie: The creature meets William in the woods who looks at it and begins screaming and runs away. As he runs away he loses the medal with Frankenstein's image in it. Book:The creature meets William who shouts at it that he is the son of Frankenstein. Frankenstein kills him and takes the medal from the boy's dead body. The death of William is described in contrast to the movie where only William's dead body is found. Movie: Justine gets lynched by an angry mob for killing William. Book: Justine is sentenced to death in a trial. Movie: The creature tears out the heart of Frankenstein's wife. Book: Frankenstein's wife only gets killed without getting her pumping heart getting ripped out of her body. Movie: Frankenstein revives his dead wife, which does not recognize him anymore. She finds herself in the middle of Frankenstein and his creature, both struggeling for her love. She takes an oil lamp over her head, crushes it, sets herself in flames and commits suicide by jumping down somewhere. Book: Frankensteins wife does not get revived so nothing of the written things above happens. Movie: At the rear end where the seamen want to burn Frankenstein's body, the ice crust breaks so they all have to get on the boat. Frankenstein's creature falls into the water and swims to Frankenstein and sets himself and itself on fire and therefore commits suicide. Book: The creature takes Frankenstein to entomb him in the north and says it will kill itself. It is not sure whether this happens or not.
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In the movie, there is much less narration, and you hear Melinda's thoughts less than you do in the book. At the end of the book, Melinda speaks to Mr. Freeman about her bei…ng raped. In the movie, she tells her mother. In the book, Andy Evans tries to rape Melinda a second time, whereas in the movie he physically assaults her instead. In the book, Melinda hears about Rachel and Andy's breakup happening at prom, whereas in the movie, Rachel breaks up with Andy outside of his car. The film mentions the story taking place somewhere in the Midwest. The novel takes place in Syracuse, Anderson's hometown. In the book, the high school's mascot changes frequently (from Trojans to Blue Devils to Tigers to Wombats to Hornets), whereas in the film, it changes from Trojans to Hornets to Falcons and later to Wombats. In the book she is raped outside on the farmland at the party, in the film she is raped in Andy's car. In the book, when Andy tries to rape Melinda for the second time, she holds a shard of broken glass up to his neck and says "I said no.", but never actually hurt him. In the movie, she uses the glass shard, and throws bleach (or some chemical of that sort) in his eyes. In the book, once Nicole and her friends save her from Andy, Melinda simply leaves. In the movie, after she is hurt by Andy, she is sent to the hospital. In the book, Merryweather High School's colors are gray and purple. In the film, they are blue and red. In the movie, Melinda meets Heather on the bus to school, whereas in the book she meets her in the auditorium.
Well, some scenes were taken out, and some things from scenes in the book, were made into a different scene The book is amazing,More spectacular than the movie..There is a lot… of differences.mainly more added things to the book.Like for example rosalie was meant to be with edward that why propably she is acting jelous of Bella,Alice also has another story Where James told Bella when he attacked her.Also the relationship between edward and Bella is much more fun and intensed than the movie. Another funny thing is that mike newton,Eric and tailer asked Bella to the dance. she refused and told them she cant,but tyler said replied to her saying ok there is still the prom,Where he kept telling all the people he is gonna take Bella to the prom,Edward was jelous then and he told Bella later he was listening to the conversation and he was jelous though Bella and edward wasnt talking right then.And then at the end when Bella was in the car was edward charlie called edward to tell him that tyler is waiting at the house for Bella, he told him ok put him in, he talked to him ironically and told him she is occupied. and she is only for me. :D.....You ought to read the book its really funny and very romantic.Hope i was useful
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. Crawl…ey 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.
In the book, it is clearly explained that how Canessa and Parrado find help when they reach the green valleys (they see men on the horses on the other side of river). But in t…he movie, this scene is not shown.
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 sort of way by going in a different type of direction.
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.
It, of course, depends on which movie you mean, but I'm assuming you mean the 1931 classic. In the movie the monster never speaks. In the book he has a lot to say…. In the movie the monster is burned to death. In the book he leaves 'for the farthest shore.' In the movie Frankenstein's assistant, Fritz (aka Igor), gets an abnormal brian. In the book there is no Igor and no problem with the brain. In the book the doctor's younger brother is killed. In the movie there is no younger brother, only Frankenstein's father the Baron. In the book, Frankenstein's first name was Victor and his friend's name was Henry. In the movie their names are reversed.
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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.
well in the novel Will is illustrated in a dispicable way. Hornby actually makes the reader hate him at the start but in the movie, because of his good looks and humour, we ac…tually like him. Also in the book we think of Fiona as being pretty but in the movie she is actually very ugly and unpresentable.
In the book, Shelly and Miranda have a fight at the basket boys auction. In the movie some names changed like Matt and Mike was Matt and Mark, uncle David was uncle Daniel, Sh…elly Stalls was Sherry stalls. ETC......
The movie had a couple differences than the book. Some of the characters did not appear in the movie as much as they did in the book. In the Movie the Socs were from the South… instead of the West. Ponyboy doesn't smoke as much in the movie as they said so in the book. In the movie, Dallys and Sodapop's hair were brown instead of blonde. During the movies, they sat on chairs and walked home. In the book, they sat on blankets and drove home in a car. In the book, Ponyboy and Johnny sleep in the lot looking at the stars. In the movie, they slept in the woods looking at the stars. When Ponyboy comes home around 2:00am, Darry slaps him across the face. In the movie, Darry pushes Ponyboy and he falls over a chair. When Dally takes them out to eat, Johnny and Ponyboy gobble their food down. In the movie, Johnny drops his burger. In the movie, When Johnny and Darry are in the hospital, Ponyboy doesn't feel very well.