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The movies today have sometimes been based upon a book. Sometimes however the book is better than the movie. The book Lord of the Flies has made many people interested in seeing the movie.

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The movies today have sometimes been based upon a book. Sometimes however the book is better than the movie. The book Lord of the Flies has made many people interested in seeing the movie. The movie however had scenes been done very poorly. This is evident when the boys on the island used too much improper language, put another character that was not in the book in, and had factual errors. Initially, the book had a few rude words, however the movie was full of them. In the movie usually there was a bad word every 20 minutes. ...read more.

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The movie had put him in the story, which makes the viewers confused about why there was another character that was not in the book. In addition, movie made a plot out of the officer that was not in the book. In the book the Lord of the Files talk to Simon and that is how he rushed to the others. However, in the movie this character appears and is the influence of how Simon died. This made the story in the movie very confusing compared to the book. Additionally, in the movie, many errors could be fixed. In the movie, it tells that the boys were on the island for a few days, perhaps a week. ...read more.

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However why would they want to build a clock if they are all wearing watches that still work? As well, the book said that they landed safely on the island and the plane was washed back to sea. However, in the movie they were in the ocean with floatation devices. This makes the people who are watching it for the first time mistaken all the errors as facts in the book. In summary, movies are better than the book especially Lord of the Files. This is evident when the boys on the island used too much improper language, put another character that was not in the book in, and had factual errors. It is better to read the book than to see the movie because there is so much more described and it is in better detailed. ...read more.

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