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If I see a movie based off a book I have read the director better work hard if he plans on pleasing viewers like me Obviously the film needs to follow the book well even if the book were bad Its also necessary that the actors chosen really bring the characters to life If a large sum of money is spent on production then the quality better match the price Earlier this year a new version of F Scott Fitzgeralds The Great Gatsby hit theaters Being based in the 1920s does the film accurately portray American life and style from this era Every good movie has music in the background during some scenes A film made in the 2000s but based in the 1920s would be very difficult to find or create music that can portray the 20s but still be appealing to people today Baz Luhrmann has produced many great movies in the past such as Romeo Juliet and Moulin Rouge but did he manage to blow all other versions of The Great Gatsby out of the waterWhen I read The Great Gatsby in my high school honors English class I instantly fell in love with it The book had everything from parties to romance to even a little action and killing As we were reading previews for the 2013 film started to invade the internet so our teacher decided that when the movie hit theaters we would go see it With the book being so great I had high expectations for the movie When I finally saw it I was in complete awe It followed the book almost exactly only leaving out a few minor details Nothing significant was left out although there were some things that bothered me that were missing For one Daisy calling Tom a big brute over and over during dinner with Nick and Jordan seemed somewhat significant showing Toms rude side a bit and how
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