I try to be forgiving when I see adaptations of books into movies. I don't usually don't mind subtle changes based around minor details, like the way a character is supposed to look, as long as it's not pressing to the story-line or plot, and they have good actors, I usually don't care. In this case I feel Amandla Stenberg as Ruby Daly was an awesome choice. She was a great actress who managed to get across the feelings of fear and helplessness perfectly while in camp. In fact, most of the actors were pretty good, and had very little to do with my opinion of the movie. To be fair if I had walked into this having never read the book, I probably would have liked it a little better. But every time something changed, I noticed it, and it was every other second, as if someone had a stick and was poking me with it throughout the hole movie saying "This is different, and "That's not the same at all." The book was a character driven story, the characters held a TON of depth based on their experiences. The movie got almost all of their characters entirely WRONG. First there was Liam, who's character in the book was usually calm, patient, and lighthearted, his naivety cased the others around him to want to protect him. He was not the jealous hot head this movie turned him into. One of the main differences was that in the book he ask others what they wanted, and didn't tell them. This was a noticeable difference which almost gave me whiplash when he flat out told Ruby that she didn't want to go with the League, in the book he'd asked her what she wanted to do, and that subtle change in the way he worded things changed his character entirely. One of my favorite parts of the book was the fact that they hadn't used any of the cliches which they had perfectly set up for, because it went against the characters behaviors. Something they quickly latched onto in the movie and did despite the fact there was no reason for it. The biggest disappointment to me was when I realized they'd changed Chubs into a green. He was my favorite character from the book, mostly because he was blue and almost never used his abilities, he was intelligent without having to be a green. The way he contacted his parents, and who his parents were, the way he had that book and how that had caused Ruby to feel connected to him. How strong he was and how that strength extended to his protective behavior over his friends. The movie got his character entirely WRONG. He was cautious, but not a coward. It was as if the director thinks it's not okay for a Blue to be smart, or for a girls boyfriend to stay cool while she's spending time with someone else. The characters they were missing also caused them to have to change entire scenes, not to mention the completely unnecessary scenes, which they added in for seemingly no reason. Another large disappointment was the story Liam told at the end, which could have been fixed by simply changing the word 'green' to 'brown. But they lost nearly the whole story, which, when I read in the book had me close to tears knowing what was about to happen. When he only got half the story out before changing it, it totally broke the trance it might have held and brought me crashing back to reality, poking me with that stick which reminded me I was watching a movie. By making the subtle changes to the characters they did, the actions they took in the movie seemed too forced and unnatural. It was a story which was close to the book, but a lot of the unnecessary changes they made killed it as a whole. The characters in the movie lacked depth, and therefore direction. The actors did there best and made up for a lot of it. But in the end I was asking myself things like "Why does this scene exist? and "Where did that come from? Much of the time there was no point behind the actions they took, which was frustrating for me as a fan of the book. Also the end scene with all the paint on the kids hands and heads seemed kward. To the point where I actually said aloud, What the heck are they doing? Just the worst of the unnecessary scenes. Though I haven't read the next book yet, and if this actually happens in that book, I can't be sure, but it was AWKWARD in the movie. In the end they got most of the surface area of the story right, but they gutted the rest of it and stuffed it with things I'm not even sure how to comment on, making it half the movie it should have been. So in all fairness, I'll give it half the points it could have had, and while totally aware that I might just be an over critical fan of the book. The director was also aware that this was an adaptation of the book with a large fan base, and should have been more respectful to the story-line and the fans while bringing it across to screen, particularly where Chubs was concerned. He was my favorite character after all. I really wish they could re-do the movie using all the same cast, and just do it right next time, we can all just pretend the first run never happened.
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