Book Versus Movie
The Book Thief is an amazing story. Both the book and the movie are great stories that should be watched by all. The Book Thief is about a girl's story in Germany during World War II. She Is brought to a new family and must cope with the new lifestyle she now has to live. On Liesel, the girl's journey, she meets a boy named Rudy, steals, reads with her new Papa, and is yelled at by her new Mama. Much appreciation must be given to the producer of the film trying to emulate the novel The Book Thief, but the film was not an accurate representation of the novel.
Despite the fact that the movie was inaccurate, the casting of the movie was superb. While the bulbous likeness was not achieved, Rosa Hubermann is a great actress. The way that Rosa trounced Liesel was quite amazing. Also, when Rosa became irate, she as exactly as described in the book. It was like she loved to act as Rosa as viewers liked watching her. It is also quite amusing how she knows that she is notorious for being cruel and mean. Hans' acting is also quite well done. Hans accurately represented himself as he is in the book.
The scenes when Max is around are quite off when they are compared to the book. In part six of the book, when Max is in a long "nap", there were many things wrong with how this is depicted in the movie. Max, surrounded by presents found by Liesel, never happens in...