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Outsiders Movie Critique

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Joshua Krueger

on 1 June 2015

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Transcript of Outsiders Movie Critique

By

Joshua Krueger,

George Darbyshire
,
and

Jaimal Quezada
Plot
Character Development
The Outsiders movie does stay true to the book throughout most of the movie
Our group's over all rating of the movie was 3.5/5
At the end of the movie it left out parts from the book with important meanings but included parts that would have made sense if they were in the book.

THE OUTSIDERS MOVIE CRITIQUE
The movie stayed with the book very well in manner of the setting.
Including
The part where Ponyboy stared down some Socs with a broken bottle.
Ponyboy being sick in bed for a week.
Including however, Dallas, Johnny and Ponyboy scaring off the children in the fields.
PLOT
3 examples were
They both took place in Oklahoma/north of Texas
The movie took place in the 1960s like the book
They went and hid upon Jay Mountain in both.
Overall Impression
Setting
Overall Impression
The movie also had some good parts
Including
Dallas, Johnny and Pony boy scaring kids away, This didn't happen in the book but wouldn't have been out of place if it had been.
The rumble between the Socs and the Greasers
Dally tearing the magazine in the store, then the clerk shooting him is a good part in the movie because it adds action to it that wouldnt have been in the book

Conclusion
Our group liked the movie even though it didn't include everything that happened in the book because it put everything together most exceptionally.
The Greasers
The movie did portray most of the characters accurately
(not all of them but the main characters)
End of the presentation
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The movie included most of the things that happened in the book.
All of the parts that the movie did contain were shown well.
And the movie added some parts to the movie that weren't in the book but would not have been out of place had they been in the book.
Made by
Josh Couger,
George of the Jungle, and
Jaimal Quesadilla
Good portrayals
Dallas Winston was portrayed well in the movie he acted roughly the same in both the movie and the novel he always acted tough (tuff) this quote "He was tougher than the rest of us -tougher, colder, meaner." (pg 11) was used in the book to describe Dallas and we think it describes him well in the book and in the movie
Darry was a good portrayal in the movie and in the book this quote is used to describe him "Darry is six-feet-two, and broad-shouldered and muscular." and this portrays him quite well especially scince he likes anything that takes strength
Johnny Cade had a bad portrayal in the movie that did not match up with his portrayal in the book. In the book this quote "If you can picture a dark puppy that has been kicked too many times and is lost in a crowd of strangers you'll have Johnny" (pg 11) this is not how he looked in the movie the only part that the movie got right about him was that his parents didn't act like they wanted him
Bad portrayals
Character Development
The movie included most of the major
eventsthat happened in the book

Johnny and Ponyboy getting jumped by Socs that ends up with Johnny killing Bob
Ponyboy and Johnny hiding in the church on Jay Mt.
The rumble between the Greasers and the Scos
Including
Sodapop had a bad portrayal in the movie he. In the book they described him with this quote "Soda can make you grin no matter what" (pg 8) and in the movie they don't even talk about this even though it is something that lets Soda get away with trying to lift a gun off of a police officer in the book
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