Six Reasons The Book Is (Almost Always) Better Than The Movie

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It’s not often I agree wholeheartedly with a publishing house, but in this instance I do…

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/blog/6-reasons-the-book-is-almost-always-better-than-the-movie/?sourceid=Y000000013&adbsc=social_20150628_48216466&adbid=10153288064900020&adbpl=fb&adbpr=9122810019

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6 thoughts on “Six Reasons The Book Is (Almost Always) Better Than The Movie

  1. Movies don’t have enough time to develop the story and lots of times the ending is changed or a situation isn’t presented the same way as the book. I don’t want to read a book and then see a different story when I go to see the movie. Grrr.

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    • More often than not today’s film makers barely pay lip service to the actual book in question. The Hobbit trilogy is a classic case in point. In that instance Peter Jackson took a diabolical liberty when he stretched out what in essence is extremely short book. Plus, a lot of the stuff he added simply doesn’t occur in the book. Even so, I did enjoy all three films.

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