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To Kill a Mockingbird - Movie Review To Kill a Mockingbird is an inaccurate presentation of the novel for three main reasons The first main reason why it is inaccurate is because a lot of details in the novel are left out in the movie as there is a lack of time Two examples are the fire that burns down Miss Maudies house and the arrival of Aunt Alexandra does not take place in the movie The second main reason why the movie is an inaccurate presentation of the novel is because the orders of events happening are mixed up from the book An example is when Jem gets angry with Atticus for not being in the football game and says he is too old and cannot do anything This event happens a few minutes after the movie starts while in the book it happens close to the beginning but not as early as it is in the movie The third main reason is that many parts in the novel are different from the movie The parts are the same but they are expressed differently in the book and in the movie An example of this point is how Boo Radley is portrayed in the book and in the movie In the book Boo Radley is depicted as an unfriendly and not caring person while in the movie his characteristics are not as strongly expressed Boo Radley does not seem to be as bad in the book as he is in the movie In conclusion the reason why the movie is not as detailed as the book is because there are just too many important details to cover and so the movie does not add the insignificant events Also the orders of events are different because many things will not go as smoothly if events do not switch places Moreover the events or characteristics of the characters are not as detailed in the movie because
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