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Great Gatsby Film Review

Summary: F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel bounds to life on the big screen in Jack Clayton's critically acclaimed 1974 film rendition of The Great Gatsby. However, the majority of the complex themes and character development fail to cross over in the same intensity from the novel to the film. In the novel, the characters are more mysterious and the readers opinions of them change as the plot develops.
The Great Gatsby Film Review

It May Be Gatsby, But Its Sure Not Great

F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel bounds to life on the big screen in Jack Clayton's critically acclaimed 1974 film rendition of The Great Gatsby. However, the majority of the complex themes and character development fail to cross over in the same intensity from the novel to the film. In the novel, the characters are more mysterious and the readers opinions of them change as the plot develops. This is similar to the themes of the novel as detail in the novel portrays a more profound understanding of the themes and how they connect to the characters and the plot. When attempting to write this into the film, screen writer Francis Ford Coppola failed to create the same feeling, even though most of the dialogue in the movie is taken from the original literary...

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