They add more detail to the story and are more, how can I say, original? The movies, I cannot explain. They are just so different from the book.
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I re-read the book, made numerous notes, wrote down everything I wanted to see in the film and brought a notebook into the cinema with me, ready to jot down my thoughts as the film played out before me. The film was amazing — seriously, it blew me away. It was so, so much better than its prequel, Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief, and stuck so much closer to the book — something that obviously made me exceptionally happy.
The people who worked on the film They got the characters, the world, the creatures, the feel all right. They changed the plot, of course, and missed various things out, adding others in their place. So why am I so obsessed with the things they changed?
Why am I so much more in love with the book Books are better than movies with the film? The same thing happened with The Hunger Games. They got almost everything exactly right, but it still They can bring whole worlds to life before our eyes, make characters into living, breathing flesh and blood.
They can have us on the edge of our seats as vicious battle scenes are fought right before us, have us sobbing over a death, a heartbreak or smiling with joy. Films can make us see a lot of things — sometimes things that even books cannot do so well. Films let you observe everything. Books let you feel everything, know everything and LIVE everything.
With a book, you can be the hero who kills the demon with one twirl of your blade. You can be the girl who battles cancer, along with all the pain and uncertainty that comes with it. You can be a demigod, you can be an alien, you can be an angel, a god, a villain, a hero.
You can be in love, you can hate, you can triumph, you can lose.
You can be anything and everything. There are no limits.
Nothing is impossible, nothing is out of reach… And that… that is why books are always better. When you read a book, nothing else exists and you can be a whole other person in this completely new and amazing world.
You can live as someone else, free of your own troubles, even if only for two hundred pages. Do you think books are better than films? Send us your thoughts - childrens. Almost all books that become bestsellers get turned into films and sometimes the films really please you and sometimes it can be soul-destroying!
Two of my favourite series of books have both been turned into films - The Hunger Games and Twilight. And after watching the first Hunger Games it totally ruined the book for me forever.
The Hunger Games was somewhere to escape to on a good or bad day; it made you forget where you were and start being a different person, even if it only lasted the length of a book.
So once I got to the age of wanting to watch and read the books it was too late to think up my own imagination of the book because by then I had seen and read so many things about Twilight I already knew most of what happened.
So films in some ways ruin books for children. And if the Hunger Games turns out like Twilight - all the people that are too young to watch it now but might when they are older will have already seen all the trailers and read all the articles in magazines - the experience of reading the book will be totally ruined for them.
And then you have people that just skip the book and go straight to the film.Every year, a few books get new life thanks to their movie adaptations. And every time the next book is adapted to the big screen, we witness a heated discussion about what is better.
The film was amazing – seriously, it blew me away. It was so, so much better than its prequel, Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief, and stuck so much closer to the book – something that obviously made me exceptionally happy. The people who worked on the film they got a lot of things right. So the z-score for “The Hunger Games” is about Positive numbers mean it’s better than the average rating, negative numbers mean it’s worse, and the bigger the number, the bigger the difference between the rating and the mean.
Total sidebar, but sometimes the “based on a . Books vs. Movies. Which are truly better? I personally believe that books are. You can never find something as good as the original. Plus, I think that all of the benefits you get . We all know that learning one of your favorite books is due to hit the big screen can give rise to some really complex emotions.
After all, the film could be an awful, steaming, wretched pile of. We all know that learning one of your favorite books is due to hit the big screen can give rise to some really complex emotions. After all, the film could be an awful, steaming, wretched pile of.