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Wonder

Book vs. Movie    I read the book and loved it.  Even though it is a young adult novel, it speaks to a wide audience.  It was such a special story that I was very excited when I found out … Continue reading

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The Imitation Game

Book vs. Movie    The book recounting Alan Turing’s life is remarkable and interesting (sometimes going beyond my comprehension, because I am quite horrible at math).  The movie was based on the biography but it seemed to make more sense … Continue reading

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Me Before You

Book vs. Movie    I was excited when I found out they were doing a movie of this book.  I somehow knew it would be a gem because it was filmed in the UK and featured British actors.  I was … Continue reading

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The Girl on the Train

Book vs. Movie     Those who have read the book first will be slightly thrown off when watching the movie.  The reason is because in this case, there are quite a few differences, even though they are minor or not … Continue reading

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The Jungle Book

Book vs. Movie     I feel really embarrassed to admit this, but I have never watched the animated version of the Disney’s classic.  I don’t recall ever seeing it from beginning to end, or I might have been too small … Continue reading

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Fifty Shades of Grey

Book vs. Movie      It took me a long time to finally see the movie after reading the book but it was even longer to finish the trilogy.  I have heard many negative comments about the film: how bad it … Continue reading

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Gone Girl

Book vs. Movie     Ok, I watched the movie first and I was like, “What????”   I already knew the main twist to the story, so that wasn’t the surprise.  Actually, I thought the spoiler aspect would be at the … Continue reading

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