Books and movies are two different pieces of material that are used to pass information. Mature audiences would prefer books as compared to movies. Young audiences need movies so that their imaginative abilities are developed in full. There are certain situations that have to be explained by the book better than a movie, (Breen et al., 2017). On the other hand, a movie may achieve what the book failed in terms of having images, motions, animations, and sound. Both book and movies are good pieces of literature with the only differences being; the information that they are passing, the manner of communication, and what the author intends. However, the two have various differences.
Breen, A. V., McLean, K. C., Cairney, K., & McAdams, D. P. (2017). Movies, books, and identity: Exploring the narrative ecology of the self. Qualitative Psychology, 4(3), 243.
No More Academic Problems! Place Your Order and Let the Pros Do It for You!