This is the movie viewing worksheet that I use for To Kill A Mockingbird, when showing them the 1962 version.
It starts with interesting info about the movie to help hook students and get them pumped about watching this classic.
Then it asks them to critically look at parts of the movie, and respond to 4 very different questions about the movie:
-the movie being black and white (they usually feel very passionate about this one!) / their experience
-watching VS reading
-a left out scene from the book
The questions are actually really engaging - they tend to feel very strongly about their opinions.
NOTE - if you didn't want to have as much marking, you could always just give the first page alone OR only tell them to pick 2 questions to answer.
I've even done an extension activity where these questions form the basis of a class debate.