About Imagination Adaptation

Imagination Adaptation is about books and movies, but, more specifically, it’s about books that have been or will be turned into movies. I will read the book and post about it for two weeks and on the third week, I will watch the movie and comment on how I thought they compared.

I’m not an expert in film or literature by any means but I’ve always loved the combination.

I have a few book/movies in mind so far but I am very willing to take any suggestions. Just remember, the book MUST have been turned into a movie or it must be set to release within the next year.I have a very wide range in taste so I am open to suggestions from any genre.

So far, I am thinking about posting on “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” “The Other Boleyn Girl,” “The Hunger Games,” “Pride and Prejudice,” and “Atonement.”

So, that being said, I hope you enjoy Imagination Adaptation.

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3 thoughts on “About Imagination Adaptation

  1. I look forward to reading your thoughts on the comparisons between book and film. I too am a lover of both art forms, and on a personal note, am very excited for the movie “The Hunger Games” set to be released later this month. The book series is wonderful, though have hopes that the movie will prove to be great as well.

    • jnhedman says:

      I’m definitely looking forward to seeing the film this month! I’m counting down the days! You can expect a post about the film later this month.

  2. Hallie Kercher says:

    I recently saw the “Hunger Games” movie, and I have to admit I was skeptical that the movie would be as amazing as the book was. And as the film progressed I was presently surprised! The movie did a great job telling the story. There were a few things that were missing out of the movie, but all in all the director did a good job including the most important details. I agree with you that they did a great job choosing the cast. I think Elizabeth Banks did an incredible job as Effie! Your opinions on the book and the movie were very similar to mine, I look forward to reading more of your opinions in the future!

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