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Cheryl Olson (girlsmama) | 694 comments Just thought it would be fun to start a conversation since this is "awards time of year" for the movies. For me, some of the best movies out there are based off of books. Let's talk about that a little bit. Here are a few questions to ponder on the subject.

1) What is your favorite adaptation to the screen?

2) I almost always like the book better than the movie, but have you seen a movie that you actually liked better than the book?

3) Which is you least favorite as in "they ruined my favorite book!" this movie is all wrong!?

4) Do you have a favorite book that absolutely should be made into a movie?

5) Are there any great movies coming out where you've read the book and we should know about? :)


Hunter (Totally NOT a communist ☭) (codenameagentmcmuffin) I don't watch a lot of book-movie adaptions ebcause A: I don't read a lot of the popular stuff they make into mivies and B: they'll ruin it in some way. Percy Jackson movies were a nightmare and the other week I watched Ms. Peregrine's which was a great movie, but it was a terrible adaption of the book.


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Rachel | 408 comments 2) I almost always like the book better than the movie, but have you seen a movie that you actually liked better than the book?

Mansfield Park- I couldn't finish the book despite loving Jane Austen, but I liked the movie a lot. It made the characters so much more palatable.

The Princess Dairies-two great movies, horrid book (could only press through the first)


message 4: by AlegnaB † (last edited Jan 28, 2018 05:23AM) (new)

AlegnaB † (alegnab) | 958 comments 1) My very favorite screen adaptation is the 1995 Pride and Prejudice. Close favorites are the 1983 Jane Eyre (with Timothy Dalton; almost word-for-word dialogue from the book), 2004 North and South, and 1973 Jane Eyre.

One favorite is hard to pick. For movies (as opposed to TV series) I've always loved The Sound of Music. That was my favorite movie for more than two decades. If I remember correctly, it was broadcast yearly when I was growing up, and I watched it each time I could. When I was an older teen or so, I read the book it was based on: The Story of the Trapp Family Singers.

I also love the 1996 Emma with Gwyneth Paltrow. I adore the proposal scene in that.

3) movie all wrong: 2005 Pride and Prejudice with Keira Knightley. I hate almost everything about that version and gave it a rating of 2 out of 10 on IMDB.

1999 Mansfield Park -- Fanny was so different from the book; she was not the godly young lady that JA wrote her as. The movie was modernized (not the setting). 2007 Mansfield Park was awful; Billie Piper/Fanny Price looked like a floozy.


message 5: by Loraine, CFD Momma (new)

Loraine (librarydiva) | 2862 comments Mod
1) Favorite screen adaptation - probably Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell For such a lengthy book, it was well done. Also thought the movie adaption for The Help by Kathryn Stockett was pretty well done.


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Joy (audioaddict1234) | 104 comments Rachel, I agree about Princess Diaries!


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Bonny (bonnybonnybeth) | 401 comments 1) Probably the original Pride & Prejudice, like Alegna said!

2) I loved the movie Because of Winn Dixie even better than the book!

3) Girl of the Limberlost! Hated the movie, then found out that the book is wonderful!

4) I'm always afraid for my favorite books to become movies, because I'm afraid it'll ruin them!

5) Don't know about movies coming out, sorry!


message 8: by Loraine, CFD Momma (new)

Loraine (librarydiva) | 2862 comments Mod
I loved the book: The Shack by Wm. Paul Young and the movie is just being released. Anxious to see if they do a good job with it.


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Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2243 comments Mod
I guzzled the entire Princess Diaries series. But then, I was about fifteen at the time. Lol. My tastes in books have certainly changed since then.

I loved the Hidden Figures movie. Have not read the book yet, but definitely looking forward to it.

Pride and Prejudice starring Keira Knightley, Persuasion starring Amanda Root, and The Count of Monte Cristo starring Jim Caviezel are really good adaptations.


message 10: by Lauren (last edited Feb 04, 2017 09:46PM) (new)

Lauren  (aren216) | 46 comments 1) I am torn between: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter, #1) by J.K. Rowling Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett The Secret Garden, A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett A Little Princess, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (Chronicles of Narnia, #1) by C.S. Lewis The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

2) Beauty and the Beast by Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont Beauty and the Beast (One of my favorite Disney movies)

3) The Giver (The Giver, #1) by Lois Lowry The Giver, they completely butchered it.

4) The Legacy of the Key (Ancient Guardians, #1) by S.L. Morgan The Legacy of the Key but I wouldn't mind a proper Giver movie

5) Read Murder on the Orient Express (Hercule Poirot, #10) by Agatha Christie Murder on the Orient Express, but I'm not interest in seeing it. I love the version by David Suchet.
Want to see:
Hidden Figures The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race by Margot Lee Shetterly Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race(Haven't read though)
Beauty and the Beast by Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont Beauty and the Beast I am most excited to see the adaptation of the Disney classic.


message 11: by Loraine, CFD Momma (new)

Loraine (librarydiva) | 2862 comments Mod
Lauren wrote: "1) I am torn between: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter, #1) by J.K. RowlingHarry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson BurnettThe Secret Garden, [bookcover:..."

David Suchet is the quintessential Hercule Poirot!


message 12: by Staci, Book Awards Specialist (new)

Staci | 1616 comments Mod
1) What is your favorite adaptation to the screen? Sorry Alegna B, I loved the 2005 Kiera Knightly version of Pride and Prejudice. Pride and Prejudice and Gone With the Wind I saw the movie first and then read the book. I love both book and movie equally for these two. While I'm not a Stephen King fan and haven't read him in ages, Misery was a movie that was incredibly true to the book.

2) I almost always like the book better than the movie, but have you seen a movie that you actually liked better than the book?

3) Which is you least favorite as in "they ruined my favorite book!" this movie is all wrong!?

I've got two that come to mind right away. Like Dandelion Dust by Karen Kingsbury and The Vow. Both of the movies got major pieces completely wrong. So disappointing.

4) Do you have a favorite book that absolutely should be made into a movie?

The Seer Series by Rachelle Dekker would make a great movie.

5) Are there any great movies coming out where you've read the book and we should know about? :)


message 13: by Staci, Book Awards Specialist (last edited Feb 13, 2017 05:35PM) (new)

Staci | 1616 comments Mod
Andrea wrote: "I guzzled the entire Princess Diaries series. But then, I was about fifteen at the time. Lol. My tastes in books have certainly changed since then.

I loved the Hidden Figures movie. Have not read ..."


I took my then young daughter to meet the author of the Princess Diaries at a book festival. It became clear pretty quickly that the Disney Princess Diary movies were for young people and the books were for a bit older crowd. Should have done a bit more research on that one...


message 14: by Kate (last edited Feb 14, 2017 07:31AM) (new)

Kate | 562 comments My all time favorite movie would have to be Gone With the Wind. Though the book of course is better than the movie and for only the reason more was put in the book. Scarlett's children from her pervious marriages (before the birth of Bonnie) was taken out of the movie. You don't have Suellen's husband Will Benteen. A lot of characters and events are left out of the movie.

While I say all that, a lot of lines from the book are placed in the movie. I never get tired of watching the movie or reading the book. Believe me it took about 2 years for me to do a straight read through.


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Malcolm McLean | 3 comments The Sound of Music was one of the few films I ever saw in a cinema as a child. We were poor and there wasn't much money for extravagances like cinema tickets. But we saw The Sound of Music on holiday. I think the film is probably better if you play a musical instrument (no money for that, either), the heroine basically teaches a group of children to sing, then there's the sadness of the Nazi take-over of Austria in the background, and the obligatory marriage of the governess to the widower, achieved with far less fuss than Jane Eyre.

My grandmother played the piano so she played the songs to us.

Mansfield Park I didn't like. it takes the slavery "theme", which isn't even really a theme in the book, just a background detail of how Sir Thomas Bertram makes his money, and makes it absolutely dominant. Jane Austen knew that there was a political controversy over slavery, but she didn't care much about it. "Mr Suckling was always rather a friend to the abolition". What mattered was whether your views fitted in with social propriety, not the issue itself - remember very few women had votes at this period and political office was held only by men.


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Susan (superbookfreak) Loraine wrote: "I loved the book: The Shack by William Paul Young and the movie is just being released. Anxious to see if they do a good job with it."

I have this book, I need to read it, everyone is raving about it. I want to read it before the movie comes out


message 17: by Susan (new)

Susan (superbookfreak) I read The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games, #1) by Suzanne Collins and enjoyed the book, but I couldn't get into the movie. I tried to watch it twice and fell asleep.

I did like Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine the movie, I'm working on the book now. I started it and it seems to stay with the movie.

I am trying to read Inkheart (Inkworld, #1) by Cornelia Funke . I loved the movie. I want to see how the book is.


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Lauren  (aren216) | 46 comments Loraine wrote: "David Suchet is the quintessential Hercule Poirot!"
He is! I really can't see anyone else.


message 19: by Lauren (last edited Apr 02, 2017 07:27PM) (new)

Lauren  (aren216) | 46 comments I've slightly updated my answers:

1) I am torn between: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter, #1) by J.K. Rowling Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett The Secret Garden, A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett A Little Princess, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (Chronicles of Narnia, #1) by C.S. Lewis The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

2) Beauty and the Beast by Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont Beauty and the Beast (One of my favorite Disney movies, especially the 2017 adeptation)

3) The Giver (The Giver, #1) by Lois Lowry The Giver, they completely butchered it.

4) The Legacy of the Key (Ancient Guardians, #1) by S.L. Morgan The Legacy of the Key but I wouldn't mind a proper Giver movie either

5)
Murder on the Orient Express (Hercule Poirot, #10) by Agatha Christie Murder on the Orient Express, but I'm not interest in seeing it. I love the version by David Suchet.
Hidden Figures The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race by Margot Lee Shetterly Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race Definitely worth the read and watch
Beauty and the Beast by Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont Beauty and the Beast Beautifully done; please be careful during one scene as it could be frightful for children between 3-13, depending on their maturity(view spoiler). The hype over the controversial issue isn't worth it. (view spoiler)


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AlegnaB † (alegnab) | 958 comments Susan wrote: "Loraine wrote: "I loved the book: The Shack by William Paul Young and the movie is just being released. Anxious to see if they do a good job with it."

I have this book, I need to read it, everyone i..."


Since you are a new believer, I advise you to stay away from it. Some of its teachings about God are not in accord with the Bible. Also, it promotes a universal salvation.


message 21: by Susan (new)

Susan (superbookfreak) AlegnaB, thanks. I am not fully a new believer. I am a backslider honestly. I used to go to church when I was younger and as a young adult and than backslid. but now I'm on the right path. (I hope this don't sound horrible. I hate trying to say something nice and it sound bad)


message 22: by Rachel (new)

Rachel | 408 comments I found a second one answering this question: "2) I almost always like the book better than the movie, but have you seen a movie that you actually liked better than the book?"
If I Stay while a great book made a brilliant movie because you could actually hear the music. My husband commented that he wouldn't have been as emotionally invested without being able to hear the music, and while I'm not as in tune with my emotions as he is with his, I rather agree. I even teared up a bit at the end of the movie, and I already knew how it ended!


message 23: by Malcolm (new)

Malcolm McLean | 3 comments Rachel wrote: "I found a second one answering this question: "2) I almost always like the book better than the movie, but have you seen a movie that you actually liked better than the book?"
[book:If I Stay|4374..."


That's probably the exception to the general rule that if the book was written first, the book is better than the movie of the book. If the book is about music, you can't write down examples of music - I suppose you could use music notation, but most readers can't read it -but in a movie you can easily provide the music.


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I agree with Staci about Like Dandelion Dust--the book was better. But, in the case of A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks----I HATED the book but LOVED the movie. Same with Flower Drum Song (an old musical that seniors like me will remember.) I didn't like Sound of Music as much because it wasn't always accurate to the true story of the Von Trapp family. (I had seen an Austrian film that was more accurate.). I have no desire to read The Shack because I also heard that it is unbiblical. And Harry Potter---wizards,etc. don't appeal to me as a Christian. We are to avoid the works of darkness.
There are many more good Christian books available today.


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Danielle Cress (daniellecress) | 2 comments I loved both the book and the movie for both, Courageous and A Case For Christ.

also, I read a lot of Love Inspired Suspense novels and I think all of them should be made into movies! They're awesome!


message 26: by Justin (last edited Jan 23, 2018 12:08PM) (new)

Justin Coogle | 0 comments 1) My favorite screen adaptation has to be either LOTR or How the Grinch Stole Christmas. I'm going to to with the Grinch on this one though, because not only did it masterfully reference and retain the heart of the original book but it created its own flavor in a way that was memorable and lasting. I still look forward to it as my favorite Christmas movie every year.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

2) The LOTR trilogy easily. I'm just not a fan of the old heavily detailed, abundant description style of writing employed back in Tolkien's time. The movie trilogy is far better paced, tightly wrapped, and just a better delivered final product.

The Lord of the Rings

3) Eragon. What a tragedy.

Eragon

4) Artemis Fowl, which Disney is now finally doing. However, after seeing their cast decisions and that they're combining the first 2 novels, my hopes aren't very high.

Artemis Fowl

5) It's not a book exactly, but i've played the Tomb Raider reboot games and the movie looks alright.


message 27: by Nancy (new)

Nancy (gr-nancy-a) | 250 comments I’m looking forward to: A Wrinkle in Time as I loved the book which I read back when I was a kid.
I am hoping the movie does justice to this classic children’s book.


message 28: by Aerykah (last edited Jan 27, 2018 10:15PM) (new)

Aerykah | 13 comments 1) Pride and Prejudice -- the 1995 mini-series ❤❤❤

2) First one I can think of is the book I just finished reading: The Mistletoe Inn. Movie wasn't all that great, but still better than the book.

3) Pride and Prejudice -- the 2005 attempt. And the zombie one too I'm sure, though I have refused to actually watch that one.

4) Too many to name. 😉

5) Not that I can think of...


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Joy (audioaddict1234) | 104 comments Nancy wrote: "I’m looking forward to: A Wrinkle in Time as I loved the book which I read back when I was a kid.
I am hoping the movie does justice to this classic children’s book."


I hope so, too, Nancy. We are rereading this for book club next month in anticipation.


message 30: by Cortez (new)

Cortez Law III Anyone going to see 'Samson' from Pure Flix at the movies next weekend?


message 31: by Nancy (new)

Nancy (gr-nancy-a) | 250 comments A Wrinkle in Time premieres today. I have been reading reviews and probably will not go see it.
Anyone planning 2 go see it this weekend?


message 32: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2243 comments Mod
I'm seeing it tomorrow morning with a few friends.


message 33: by Nancy (new)

Nancy (gr-nancy-a) | 250 comments I’ll be interested in your review Andrea !


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Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2243 comments Mod
I don't write movie reviews, but I will try to remember to come back here and let you know what I think of the movie, without spoiling it for anyone.


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Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2243 comments Mod
Nancy, I saw A Wrinkle in Time this morning.

I'll try to be vague yet give enough information for anyone to make an informed decision about seeing it. There might be spoilers ahead. Continue reading at your own risk.

It was a fun coming-of-age/kids adventure story that showed off a lot of hope, courage, and accepting one's faults as a part of oneself while also touching on bullying and the reasons why bullies of all ages might be the way they are. I wish it would have come from a Christian faith perspective, but in its absence, I really liked the angle of familial love sort of being what holds the universe together in the fantastical world the story created. The movie left me in a happy mood and wanting to read the book, so I suppose it accomplished the purpose I was hoping it would, which was to entertain my friends and me and leave me hopeful and cheerful.


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Kriste | 52 comments 1 - favorite - The Book Thief! Loved both the book and the movie
2 - movie is better - Hidden Figures. I got a bit bogged down by some of the details in the book, and found myself skimming.
3 - they ruined it - STRONG feelings on this one.... The Mountain Between Us. No clue why they ruined that beautiful love story - SMH...


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Craig Dressler (craigdressler) | 3 comments Here are a few Christian books to movie I've enjoyed:
1) I Am Not Ashamed - based on Rachel Scott's biography
2) Ben Hur - based on the classic novel
3) Heaven Is For Real - based on the biography
4) Left Behind - based on the novels
5) God's Not Dead 1,2, & 3 - linked to a nonfiction book
Rachel's Tears The Spiritual Journey of Columbine Martyr Rachel Scott by Beth Nimmo


message 38: by Susan (new)

Susan (superbookfreak) Craig wrote: "Here are a few Christian books to movie I've enjoyed:
1) I Am Not Ashamed - based on Rachel Scott's biography
2) Ben Hur - based on the classic novel
3) Heaven Is For Real - based on the biography
..."


I have seen Heaven is For Real and it was awesome. The Left Behind movies, did you watch the ones with Kirk Cameron or the new one with Nick Cage?

I love the God's Not Dead movies, I'm looking forward to the third one.


message 39: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2243 comments Mod
Another really great one based off of a book is 90 Minutes in Heaven. I read the book earlier this year, and it blew me away, just as the movie had done when I saw it in theaters.


message 40: by Carolyn (last edited May 04, 2018 03:52AM) (new)

Carolyn V | 215 comments I recently saw this in the dr. oz show, a book on simple two minute meditation for chaotic days; and for us multi-taskers. Here is the video:
https://www.facebook.com/DrOzHouseCal... you may have to enter in your URL search


the book, published October 24, 2017
The Art of Stopping Time: Practical Mindfulness for Busy People
by Pedram Shojai


message 41: by Craig (new)

Craig Dressler (craigdressler) | 3 comments Susan wrote: "Craig wrote: "Here are a few Christian books to movie I've enjoyed:
1) I Am Not Ashamed - based on Rachel Scott's biography
2) Ben Hur - based on the classic novel
3) Heaven Is For Real - based on ..."

I only saw the movie trailer for the new Left Behind movie starring Nicolas Cage but it looks great. Also, I love the beginning of the older version starring Kirk Cameron. I agree that the God's Not Dead movies are some of the best Christian movies available. Lastly, I didn't mention this one because it's not related to a book but here it is anyway: Mom's Night Out. It is hilarious and not to be missed.


message 42: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2243 comments Mod
I think Tricia Goyer actually wrote a novelization off of that movie.
Mom's Night Out by Tricia Goyer


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Craig Dressler (craigdressler) | 3 comments Thanks. I was not aware of that.


message 44: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2243 comments Mod
I'm glad to help. I've followed Ms. Goyer for a while, so I heard about the novelization as she was working on it. I haven't read it yet, nor seen the movie, but I've heard of both, thanks to her blog and social media updates.


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Brandi | 5 comments Rachel wrote: "2) I almost always like the book better than the movie, but have you seen a movie that you actually liked better than the book?

Mansfield Park- I couldn't finish the book despite loving Jane Auste..."


I liked Insurgent as a movie but didn't like the book at all. However, the final book Allegiant was horrible and so was the movie! I just don't like that series at all past the first book!


message 46: by Diane (new)

Diane Munson | 1 comments I'm new to the group and gravitated right to the Books and Movies section as I love great books and great movies, that are family friendly. And I totally agree that the 1995 Pride and Prejudice movies is one of the best ever. My husband bought me the series when he was going overseas on a missions trip. I tried to watch one episode each night but ended up watching the entire series 3 times. Since then, I watch it once a year at least! Does anyone else enjoy some of the other Jane Austen movies, such as Emma?


message 47: by Sherri (new)

Sherri | 14 comments 1) What is your favorite adaptation to the screen?
Gone with the Wind, Count of Monte Cristo, Pride & Predjuce (1995), hmm maybe a few more I can't think of...

2) I almost always like the book better than the movie, but have you seen a movie that you actually liked better than the book?
Hunger Games - I'm not into YA books or "dystopian" type books. Reading the book was hard for me to adjust. Sitting back and watching the movie was better for me.

Agatha Raisin TV show on PBS stations. The books are cozy but I like how the character is portrayed on the show better than the book.

3) Which is you least favorite as in "they ruined my favorite book!" this movie is all wrong!?
There are a couple over the years but they must escape me as I didn't save any brain cells to remember them lol.

4) Do you have a favorite book that absolutely should be made into a movie?
There are several historical Christian fiction books that could be made into suspense, drama, romance if they stay true to the book.


message 48: by Library (new)

Library Queen | 196 comments 2) I almost always like the book better than the movie, but have you seen a movie that you actually liked better than the book?

WIlly Wonka and the Chocolate Factory I felt was better as a movie. Also, so was The Princess Diaries. It had an entirely different feel to it.


message 49: by Smaug (last edited May 31, 2019 01:03PM) (new)

Smaug the Unmerciful Editor (goodreadscomsupremedrake) 1) The Hobbit! Peter Jackson and his Weta crew did SUCH an incredible job . . . the movie is ALMOST better then the book. I mean, seriously, if you haven't seen it, you should definitely watch it! It'll blow your mind!

2) I can't think of any (gratefully) but if I watched the Eragon movie, I think I might like it better than the book. Lots of people hate the movie, but the book isn't that great either.

3) Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. They skipped, like, half of EVERYTHING and made it into some sort of smut fest (Beauxbatons weren't like that in the book). And worst of all . . . they didn't even have Mrs. Weasley in the movie!

4) They should definitely make the Usagi Yojimbo series into a movie, but also Skyward by Brandon Sanderson.

5) I think a Mistborn movie is in the making! Can't wait for that!

Extra: The best novelization I have ever read in my LIFE is Revenge of the Sith by Matthew Stover. My gosh! The prose! The story! The emotional strain!


message 50: by Beverly (last edited Mar 22, 2020 10:25PM) (new)

Beverly (bjbixlerhotmailcom) | 312 comments 1) What is your favorite adaptation to the screen?
Murder on the Orient Express (1974, with Albert Finney). Sorry to disagree with some of the commenters above, but Jeremy Brett was the quintessential Sherlock Holmes.
Gone With the Wind
Ben-Hur (1959, with Charlton Heston)
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (2005)
The LOTR trilogy directed by Peter Jackson

2) I almost always like the book better than the movie, but have you seen a movie that you actually liked better than the book?
Blade Runner (1982, with Harrison Ford & Rutger Hauer). The book and the movie had so little in common with each other, it was funny. But in this case, I thought the movie was a thousand times better than the book.

3) Which is you least favorite as in "they ruined my favorite book!" this movie is all wrong!?
A Wrinkle in Time (2018)
There was absolutely no reason for all the ridiculous changes they made from the book to this movie.
Peter Rabbit (2018)
They completely ruined one of my favorite children's books by Beatrix Potter.

4) Do you have a favorite book that absolutely should be made into a movie?
Terri Blackstock's Restoration series.

5) Are there any great movies coming out where you've read the book and we should know about? :)
Looking forward to Artemis Fowl


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