Name: Professor: Course Name: Adaptation of Books and Recast of Characters Several movies are based on books. Many readers believe that the book is more interesting than screenplay. The notion is so popular to the point that most people believe that reading the book will have a better experience than that of an anticipated novel based movie. The notion is not entirely wrong. It is because some books have extensive information that cannot be wholly presented in a movie. Therefore the movie adaption will include the primary concepts of the book and ensure to include the aspect of imagery. These features of adaption may end up contradicting some of the intentions from the book and also excluding specific details expected to have some significance to an audience. Movie adaptations also involve numerous editing procedures that may end up misleading the audience on the book's purpose. The adaptation process lies what is going on between the characters and activities in the book. Skipping scenes is sometimes inevitable since the movie would need more than just two hours to capture every detail in the book. In conclusion watching an adaptation is enjoyable and less time-consuming. However one should expect the book to have more interesting and detailed information. The good thing about adaptation is that the small details are included to retain the author’s relevance in the movie. Besides producers seek to captivate the audience and promote the author’s interest hence making a book more popular. Enjoyable adaptations have been receiving positive feedback from the viewer’s thus showing that they are regarded in positivity despite the differences they exhibit from the book. Works Cited BIBLIOGRAPHY Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Dir. Chris Columbus. 2001. CD. Rowling J. K. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Bloomsbury Pub Ltd 2000. PDF. [...]
Recast one of the works in another form. Recast "Miller Tale" in a script of a popular sitcom.