Friday, May 11, 2012

Topics of Interest: 10 Movies That Totally Changed the Plot of a Book from CableTV

CableTV had this to say:
Finding out that a favorite novel will be adapted to film can be simultaneously exhilarating and disappointing for devoted readers. Hollywood’s reputation for butchering beloved books in order to craft the Next Great Blockbuster is well-deserved. Here are ten examples of movies that have major plot differences from the novels that spawned them. 
American Psycho

With the post [below] check out how some really good movies of differing years that have changed in likeness to their book adaptation which they originated from.

Read article @ CableTV 10 Movies That Totally Changed the Plot of a Book

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