The movie of Lord Of The Flies was a cheap interpretation of the novel by William Golding. Harry Hook's idea on what some pieces of the novel were that some had no significance. When in fact they had other meanings and which showed a completely different story. I believe that when they created the movie he number one didn't know about what had made this book so famous, number two he didn't read the book, and number three he didn't know about the symbolism.
The novel was on one side is about how they group of Boys get stuck on a deserted island and separate each other; on the other hand though the island they were stuck on was a symbol for the world and how the evil was taking over the world. In the movie it only showed the Boys getting stuck on the island, they also took some parts out to show that better and less of the symbolism. In doing this they destroyed the part of the novel that was great, and changed the story line.
Despite destroying the storyline, the actors did an OK job and could have done better. These kids come from a military school then as soon they're on the island they start cursing, then showing a rapid change to evil. In some emotional points in the movie they showed very little emotion, or were very serious. For instance they before they find the an accordion from no where they were both crying about the killing of Simon, Ralph did not show a lot of emotion in his crying.