If you’re like me, or the rest of the people who read this blog (and thanks), you’ve had these debates. Sigh. The struggle is real — more real than you would think.
When most hear “a Jane Austen adaptation,” they change the channel. If you pass up ‘Emma,’ that would be a mistake.
What movies would make you upset if Coronavirus takes them from you? This is #MarchMovieSadness.
There’s a major reason why you should give this less-than fantastic series a second chance.
Not all book-to-screen adaptations are created equals. After half a dozen, Ladj Ly got Victor Hugo’s right.
It took 561 pages to share this story of Stephen King’s. HBO decided to break it up over several weeks. And it is working so well.
That’s the problem with screen adaptations: You have the option to ignore certain things, like you killed someone. Just ask Martin Scorsese and Jack Goldsmith.
What worked? What didn’t? What kept us awake? What made the audience sleep? That’s why we have reviews. Let’s discuss ‘Doctor Sleep.’
In the world of film, there have been many book to movie adaptations. This year alone, there have been numerous books being adapted for the big screen. Each…… Read more “Book-to-Movie Adaptations: Read, Watch, and Review”
“He likes me. He really likes me.” All that from Mike Flanagan and much more redeeming qualities inside.
‘Carrie’ is a polarizing film as it is. Imagine how divided an audience could be with two of them, which is why this is “Take Two.”
The Percy Jackson novels contain the perfect material for Disney to adapt, and they have plenty of options to do it. It’s time for Disney to do Percy some justice.
Nightmares, Clowns, and Flashbacks. Oh my?
How does ‘IT’ hold up to the sequel? Oh my.
Let’s start with the originator of this age-old argument in cinema — who has the better movie, original or remake? Here’s ‘The Thing’.
Of all the live-action remakes, Mulan promises to stand on its own. Looks like Disney has been learning.