Lord of the Flies-book v movie

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Following the norm is just too hard.Movies do not allow audiences to create their own imaginary island with their own group of boys.In the novel Lord of the Flies, there are many things that lead to the obvious time developing characters, mentally stimulating and systematic dialogue that allow the reader to interpret the book to their liking.This puts Lord of the Flies book superior to its 1990 motion picture.
Noticing that a movie is subject to a very small bracket of time, it unfortunately has to leave out a lot of things portrayed in the twelve chapter book.Because of short attention spans, people get distraught and uncomfortable when a movie drags on.With a book mind you, a person can "pause" or put down the story and pick it back up at their own leisure.Time is critical when editing a movie, one must very keen to allowing "eye candy" to continuously flow from the screen.The book allows your always active imagination to create a imaginary scenario centered from you own likes and dislikes.Characters development in books is crucial to the visualization or interpretation of the reader. In a movie situation, the audience is forced to see it from a uncomprehensible state of another person's perspective or interpretation.Ralph for instance could have been a selfish, whining baby to one person, and a sensible leader to another.In movies "Ralph" is forced to be a character interpreted by one person's active imagination.Hence not everyone relates, and the movie is only good to those who think the same narrow minded way.
Hats off for the person who could develop a mentally stimulating movie which could feed the active imagination better than a wide open book. For a movie to be good it has to be visually stimulating.Most people like the fact that a two hour movie will allow the director to do the thinking for them to keep their attention on the "eye candy"….