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Percival 9 month s ago
#16 Absolutely disagree !
       
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Joshua 9 month s ago
#14 though some elements are toned down, like Chloe, or the whloe countdown thing.And though the endings of book and movie differ, Chuck was happy with the result, apperantly
       
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Orphelia 9 month s ago
#4 Are you kidding me? Stanley starts out the movie slender. The whole reason he got to Camp Green Lake began because he was really fat. So many other things hinged on him being fat.
       
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Carolyn 9 month s ago
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The movie adaptation of Stardust is lackluster at best
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NO!
       
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Connie 9 month s ago
The Shannara Chronicles were one of the biggest let downs for me. If they'd began with Running with the Demon and proceeded from there doing films instead of MTV shows it could've been huge. I still haven't seen The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. I've been too afraid to see what they did with it. Still most movies based on books are ten times better than *gag* another MCU sequal or cr#ppy 80's re-make.
       
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Frank 2 month s ago
Honestly, I find the LOTR movies to be okay. I understand some changes needed to be made to make the films short and not six hours long. But the changes to characters, important events, etc. were kind of ridiculous. Considering the significance of Tolkien's themes in the book, the films focused far more on action than I expected. But, some people will disagree with me, and say the film caught their attention or whatnot. That's fine. I've never been able to stomach Charles Dickens's writing style. His plots and stories are interesting enough, but the way he writes sometimes seems so plain to me.
       
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