What's the Difference between The Sum of All Fears the Book and The Sum of All Fears the Movie?

Drama

The Sum of All Fears

8%
Released: 1997
Author: Clancy, Tom

The Sum of All Fears

92%
Released: 2002
Director: Robinson, Phil Alden
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Gunther Block
Dressler
Normanov
Nemerov
Kadishev, aka Spinnaker
Grushkov, aka Spinnaker
Elizabeth Elliot
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Ding Chavez
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Mary Pat Foley
The Sum of All Fears Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   President Fowler believes war has begun after terrorists posing as Soviet soldiers invade western Berlin. President Fowler believes war has begun after a corrupt Russian sea captain attacks a US naval aircraft carrier.
   Elizabeth Elliot--Fowler's National Security Advisor--had met Ryan shortly before taking office. The two had a brief argument and begin the novel already disliking each other. Fowler's National Security Advisor has no particular grudge against Ryan.
   The bomb destroys the stadium and the surrounding area but Denver remains largely intact. Baltimore is destroyed.
   President Fowler's decision to attack Russia and Iran is heavily motivated by the advice of his national security adviser. President Fowler largely makes his own decisions regarding attacking Russia.
   The terrorists' contact in America is of Native American descent, who wants to exact revenge on the US for taking Indian land. The terrorists' contact in America is white.
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