Bruce Bogtrotter Verschillen met het boek[ bewerken ] Een groot verschil tussen het boek en de film is de plaats van handeling. In het boek speelt het verhaal zich af in Engelandwaar Roald Dahl opgroeide.
Plot[ edit ] Matilda Wormwood is a genius, but her parents, Harry and Zinnia, and her brother Michael ignore and mistreat her. Since babyhood, Matilda has displayed incredible learning ability and develops a strong sense of independence due to her often being left alone at home every weekday when her father is at work, her mother is playing bingo, and Michael is at school.
To pass the time, Matilda learns the route to the public library to read books. At age six-and-a-half, Matilda begins to lose patience with her parents, expressing a desire to go to school, which her parents refuse blatantly and tease her. In retaliation for her father constantly berating her, she resolves to punish him each time, first by adding hydrogen peroxide to his hair tonic to turn his hair an unhealthy blonde, and then gluing his hat to his head after discovering his cheating car business.
Coincidentally, unlucky things begin to happen around Harry when Matilda gets angry with him. For instance, when reading a borrowed library copy of Moby-Dickwhich Harry rips up and makes her watch television instead, her increasing anger causes the television set to suddenly explode.
Harry finally relents to letting Matilda go to school after meeting a client named Agatha Trunchbullthe tyrannical principal of a rundown elementary school, Crunchem Hall.
She requests to Trunchbull that Matilda be moved up to a higher class, but Trunchbull refuses. That night, Miss Honey pays the Wormwoods a visit to encourage them to spend more time with Matilda, but they snub her. Upon discovery of the newt, Trunchbull accuses Matilda, whose anger at the injustice leads her to telekinetically tip the glass over, splashing water and the newt on Trunchbull.
Afterward, Miss Honey invites Matilda to her house for tea. When she was two, her mother died, so her father, Magnus, invited his stepsister-in-law, Trunchbull, to live with them and look after her.
However, Trunchbull regularly abused her.
When Miss Honey was five, her father died of an alleged suicide. Eventually, she moved into a small cottage. Matilda magically writes a message on the blackboard, posing as the ghost of Magnus, accusing Trunchbull of murdering him.
Miss Honey subsequently moves back into her true home. In that moment, a remorseful Zinnia laments over not understanding her daughter and regrets that she did not treat her better. She and Harry subsequently sign the adoption papers that Matilda had kept for a long time.
They escape and Matilda lives a happy life with Miss Honey, who becomes the new principal of Crunchem Hall.Matilda has , ratings and 12, reviews. Raeleen said: This book was so great!
I do enjoy the movie a bit more, but nevertheless this will always. Sep 07, · Matilda summary of box office results, charts and release information and related links.
Moved Permanently. Redirecting to /m/matilda. See the world from a kid's-eye view with MATILDA, a modern fairytale that mixes hilarious humor with the magical message of love. Mrs. Doubtfire's Mara Wilson stars as Matilda, a super-smart little girl who's woefully misunderstood by her parents (Danny DeVito and .
Oct 01, · Matilda has , ratings and 12, reviews. Raeleen said: This book was so great! I do enjoy the movie a bit more, but nevertheless this will always.
Matilda the Musical is a stage musical based on the children's novel of the same name by Roald heartoftexashop.com was adapted by Dennis Kelly, with music and lyrics by Tim heartoftexashop.com musical's narrative centres on Matilda, a precocious 5-year-old girl with the gift of telekinesis, who loves reading, overcomes obstacles caused by her family and school, and helps her teacher to reclaim her life.