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Why is the movie always different from the book?


Have you ever read a good book, and then they make a movie out of the book, but it's always different from the book? Why do they do that?

 

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L C David (LCDWriter) says

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    Deonne Anderson (ladydeonne) 4 years ago

    IDONO,

    I agree with your assessment. As an avid reader, I enjoy using my imagination in following the author's train of thought and the plot of the story. I like that I can envision how the characters look and feel. The movies disappoint.


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