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Books to Film: Part One

Books to Film: Part One

A novel is such a singular experience it is no wonder that adapting a book to the medium of film is as arduous a task as any. When you read, you are alone. Not in the sense that no one else is around you, but rather that you are the reader and the narrator and the painter of the scenes in your head. You provide the voices and translate the imagery to fit the way you perceive the story.
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Who needs an original idea when you can re-make a re-make of a really bad adaptation that will at least break even?

Who needs an original idea when you can re-make a re-make of a really bad adaptation that will at least break even?

In a time of recession and economic hardships, the last thing major studios want to do is sink hundreds of millions into a movie that won't break even, especially with competing studios crumbling and filing for bankruptcy all around them.The creatives have run for the hills and the accountants have taken over Hollywood.
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Top Ten misquoted movies lines

Top Ten misquoted movies lines

With every big hit or blockbuster movie that comes out, fans and movie buffs alike quote scenes like they're Shakespeare. But often the exact lines get a bit miffed, perhaps jumbled in the process or misused in a reference, creating a sort of telephone-game like phenomenon.Here are ten movie lines that are repeatedly mis-repeated, and the correct lines as they were originally spoken in the films they came from.
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