8 books — 4 voters
An adaptation can be anything from a book based on a movie or the retelling of a classic tale. It is when a story is adapted from another story form or source. Not merely a remake in all cases, some stories are only loosely adapted from original sources or legends.
Reading Women Challenge 2020 #11 Read and Watch a Book-to-Movie Adaptation
35 books — 17 voters
Frances Hodgson Burnett in Fiction
26 books — 8 voters
Read the Book, Watched the Movie
331 books — 63 voters
Classic Starts Series
55 books — 33 voters
Best Pride and Prejudice Sequels/Variations/Adaptations
442 books — 954 voters
“ The comic book is not the book. the graphic novel is not the novel. The same, of course, is true of films and television. When we move a story from one medium to another, no matter how faithful we attempt to be, some changes are inevitable. Each medium has its own demands, own restrictions, its own way of telling a story. ”
“ There were three people in my home and I was the only one showing Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity and reactivity to the radio frequency transmitting utility meters. For these reasons I did not shield my home and took the route of adapting my body to the toxic electromagnetic environment. ”
This groups discusses favorite books and their transformation to the silver screen.
[close] This groups discusses favorite books and their transformation to the silver screen.
25 members, last active 10 years ago
Here we discuss all the great novels that got the Hollywood treatment. We are also all about TV …more
[close] Here we discuss all the great novels that got the Hollywood treatment. We are also all about TV series and indie films based on books. Let's watch and read!
19 members, last active 4 years ago
Sometimes book club, sometimes film club, it's adaptation club!…more
[close] Sometimes book club, sometimes film club, it's adaptation club!
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Can it possibly be true that books are better than movies? This is the place to prove it, or not…more
[close] Can it possibly be true that books are better than movies? This is the place to prove it, or not. “Books and movies are like apples and oranges. They both are fruit, but taste completely different.” ― Stephen King
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