Tuesday Talks – What movie adaptions have you enjoyed more than the book?

Tuesday Talks – What movie adaptions have you enjoyed more than the book?

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What movie adaptions have you enjoyed more than the book?

More than the book… I think one of the movies that I loved so much better than the book was The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. I did like the book the second time I read it, but looking back on the first time I tried to read it, I remembered that I couldn’t get through it. I don’t know why. Maybe because it didn’t hit me as much as when I watched it, but I would say that the movie stayed in my heart much more than the book did. Also, when I was watching the movie, I could relate to Carmen way more than her character in the book, even though they were essentially the same person. Also, the movie just made me see things in a different light than when I was reading it.

There aren’t a lot of movie adaptions that I like more than their book counterparts. If anything, I like them just as much as I do the book or less, as with The 5th Wave, and Vampire Academy. There are also some movies that I’ve watched without actually reading the books, like Divergent. Maybe one day I will have another book to add to this list, but for now, the only movie adaption that I like better than the book would the The Sisterhood.

Are there any other movies that you like better than their books? Let me know in the comments below!

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