A sequel would probably be easy to make, and there is the distinct possibility that the sequel might well be one of the rare sequels to actually be better than the original. (I just hope they don't get some new actor to play the lead male role. It wouldn't be the same if they did.)
The thing I REALLY didn't like was the way the characters really didn't draw in the audience. I mean, on the one hand, yes, nobody could play the male lead the way he did (for that matter, I don't really think anyone can replace the female lead either); but on the other hand, I found I didn't really care about the characters. What happened to them was kind of "neither-here-nor-there".
(I was really, really, close to starting a "Great Book" thread, but I figured nobody would get the point. )
I'm under the impression the movie's going to be out on DVD before the book ever comes out in Braille.
The one thing I really wouldn't want to see would be for the movie to be turned into a television series. I just think there isn't enough to the story to make it at all a show I could sit through and pay attention to. I just know I'd be sitting there, thinking about how I could better be spending my time.
You maybe right about that, it would have to have substance to make it as a TV show.
But I think I could actually get alot done while it was playing in the background, as I do usually seem to have the Tv on when doing household chores.
And another thing is we wouldn't have to worry about it rotting the kids brains as much of whats on Tv seems to do. They may even decide to go outside and play after watching just one episode, so you could say this would be a motivational show for kids.
That's the thing... With so much out there that isn't really appropriate for kids to watch, a television show based on the movie might actually be what kids need. (At least there wasn't anything in the movie that you wouldn't want the kids to see.)
I do have to give the person who turned the book into a movie credit. I heard that this was someone who was some nobody, who came out of nowhere, before the movie was out. This person was dealing with people who couldn't see the movie making any money. Duh!
They don't like the idea that you find the lead character more appealing than them!!! They don't care if you're still together or not. Maybe the character development isn't great in the movie, but that male lead is so much more appealing than so many ex's. Honestly... Some people get jealous over nothing, don't they?
I just saw no real reason for what the director did with that scene toward the end. What he was trying to do was just so transparent. As far as that male lead goes, though - sometimes it's true that less is more.
then after you see the movie, go to this website www.donorschoose.org and pick the classroom project you want to that 5 dollar credit to go to. please, see this movie. normally, i could care less what people choose to see but if there was ever a film, I strongly recommend, then it's this documentary...Waiting for "Superman." its a great documentary that all parents especially should watch.
Oh well. Yeah maybe you'll get more out of the book. Although I don't know if you should be listening to it in your car since you couldn't even stay awake to watch the movie. I wouldn't want you to fall asleep at the wheel.
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