Compare And Contrast Birds Book And Movie

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In the birds the book and movie are really different. To me i really preferred the movie over the book but the both seemed pretty pointless and pretty stupid because like in the movie the characters have different names. In the movie there was also a lot of really bad actors. Whereas in the book you didn't have to worry about bad actors you just would read.

In the movie in the beginning the girl started off in a bird shop pretending to work there and so when a man walked in pretending to buy some love birds for his sister for her birthday. But in the book it never happened neither did the girl going across lake in the boat when the gull swooped down and cut her head. And in the movie the birds attacked all the kids from school . but in the

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