Wednesday, March 6, 2019
Movie and Book Comparison Essay
Tuesdays With Morrie is two a have and a picture. They are alike and different in so many different ways. The impression is never going to charter as much detail as the retain did, but they did a good job making the movie as close as possible to the declare. The intelligence covered a lot more aspects of the boloney than the movie did, and the book focused on the bigger more all-important(prenominal) move.There were a lot of main points that the book and movie were alike. In both Morrie dies the same way with the same people around him. At the beginning of this story Mitch is so consumed in his job that he doesnt give any attention to anything else but his column. As the story progresses Morrie starts to clear up on the job and work towards a relationship with Morrie. By having this relationship with Morrie helps his relationship back home with his girlfriend who is getting weary of Mitch not giving her the attention she deserves. Janine and Morrie both play huge partia llys in Mitchs life in both the movie and the book. The movie used a lot of the same lines used in the book such as Morries aphorisms. One last thing that the book and movie had in common was that each time Mitch went to visit Morrie he could tell Morrie was getting worse and worse.Even though the movie did a great job making the book come to life, the movie and book had a couple differences. The movie never brought up Mitchs pal like they did in the book. Another thing is in the movie they didnt talk about Mitch as child like they did in the book. In the movie they show Janine giving the proposal ring back to Mitch in the airport, but in the book they never mentioned that. Also in the book they never talked about Mitchs breakup with Janine and how he went to her studio and time-tested to fix it. Mitchs relationship with Janine was way more a part of the movie than the book. The book focused more on the relationship amongst Morrie and Mitch when the movie focused on both.Some mov ies that are do from a book are most of the time completely different, but this movie resembled the book perfectly. The movie covered the most important parts of the book, which made it a success.