A Game of Thrones (Turned into an HBO Series)
True Blood (Again- HBO Series)
Day of the Trifids
All of Harry Potter
Lord of the Rings
Many more, probably most films started life as books rather than film scripts
One film that was turned into a book - The Third Man
there are so many but my favorite of all time has to be to kill a mockingbird the book was great then the movie was just as great..
Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Stephen King, Jodi Picoult, Rudyard Kipling and Roald Dahl all wrote many amazing books that have been turned into films.
The Da Vinci Code
The Blind Side
The Secret Garden
Alice in Wonderland
Time Travellers Wife
Message in a Bottle
The Perfect Storm
War and Peace
The Devil Wears Prada
About a Boy
The Talented Mr Ripley
The Bone Collector
The Hunchback of Notredame
The Jungle Book
Around the world in 80 Days.... To name a few :-)
One of my favorite books that was made into a tv series was "Rich Man Poor Man." Other moves based on books that I really enjoy are :
The talented Mr. Ripley
The Perfect Storm
Message in a bottle
How green was my valley
The snows of Kilamanjaro
Sense and Sensability
Fiddler on the Roof
Some came running
For those that I read the books before watching the film, Lord of the Rings and Dune. For "What dreams may come," I watched the film first.
I loved The Help
Vonegut's Titans of Sirens
Evanovich's One for the money:
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1984 by George Orwell
of course Jane Austen
Stephen King's books - some are good, some not but they are still Stephen King. His writing just fascinates me.
The Indian in the cupboard is a children's movie, but also a fictional. My class is reading it now.
Waiting to Exhale
The Devil wears prada
How Stella got her groove back
Eat Pray Love, Pride and Prejudice, The Green Mile, Da Vinci Code, Harry potter, Twilight, The Lord Of The Rings, etc...
One of my personal favorites is Field of Dreams starring Kevin Costner which was based on the book Shoeless Joe by W.P. Kinsella. Another current favorite is 'Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close' starring Tom Hanks, Sandra Bullock and oscar-nominated Max Von Sydow, based on the book of the same name written by Jonathan Safran Foer.
The Janet Evanovich number crime novels are now entering the film market with her 1994 favorite "One For the Money." Critical opinions vary and the movie is a bit different from the book, but Stephanie Plum has found a fan base among viewing audience members. The film offers laughs as well as blood and three unexpected performances that steal the show. read more
My favorite book that was turned into a movie is The Road by Cormac McCarthy. The book is better, but the movie is pretty great in its own right.
K? LOL and Btw You can look Up Books that were based on Movies On the internet and if you have a Kindle or a Nook or tablet U can read them for free :]
i try to mention Indonesian movies taken from the book:
Ketika Cinta Bertasbih
Hafalan Shalat Delisa
Mereka Bilang Saya Monyet
weird title for hubbers that come from different countries, but i guarantee that all movies that listed is good and original
The real star of this film is the focus on fears and mental health concerns that those who do not have them wish to avoid. A young man and an old man meet their fears against the backdrop of 9/11 and the additional grief it injects into their lives. Autism is the other star of the film. read more
To Kill a Mockingbird which I just recently saw via Netflix. Great movie although a little slow at beginning. I had never read the book. I would highly recommend this movie. 5 stars!
by Maddie Ruud 8 years ago
How does the HBO series "Game of Thrones" compare to the book series "A Song of Fire And Ice?"Compare characters, plot points, level of graphic violence, etc.
by Joseph Howard 9 years ago
What is your favorite movie based on a book?Personally, I love "The Road" based on Cormac McCarthy's novel. I didn't think it could be pulled off on the silver screen, but once you cast Aragorn (Viggo Mortensen) as the protagonist, you pretty much can't go wrong...
by Joan Whetzel 8 years ago
When movies come out based on a book, do you read the book first or see the movie first?
by Michelle Liew 7 years ago
What are some of your favorite movies based on books?
by Wesman Todd Shaw 8 years ago
What is the best war film of all time?I'm not a huge fan of films, but I sometimes watch older films - not too old, just aged a few years.As for myself, I'm a fan of fantasy, really, but films based at least in part on true history are fun to watch too - but always study the REAL history behind...
by John Nash 7 years ago
Would you rather a 2 hour movie based on your favorite book or a entire television series?I wondering what would be better. Of course a movie will leave out some details, but it'd be concise and to the point and an overall efficient way of telling the story. Whereas a television show could put in...
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