Movie Theme of the Week!


F*** it!!!! I'm not here often enough to change it
I posted a profile comment on his board, so he should for sure get it soon.

\m/ Fade To Black \m/
Im looking forward to this weeks theme
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N3wt's Movie Reviews New DVD Thread Top-100

Hello, everyone! This week's new theme is:

Favorite Adaptation

Your favorite film directly adapted from a novel, poem, play, or other literary work that you've read that, hopefully, you like nearly as well (or even more-so) than the film version.

"The mind is its own place, and in itself
Can make a Heaven of Hell, a Hell of Heaven."
John Milton, Paradise Lost

My Movie Review Thread | My Top 100

I never could get the hang of Thursdays.
Great theme idea! Tough decision though. There's the films I love made from books that I don't like so much (Blade Runner, Brokeback Mountain), the ok films made from my favourite books (Jane Eyre, 1984). In the end it was a toss up between this and Interview With the Vampire but I've used that in a theme week before, so:

The End of the Affair (adapted from the novel by Graham Greene)

I'm sure my choice will surprise absolutely no one, but here it is:

Though I did consider 3:10 to Yuma, since it is based on a short story.However, I have actually read Charlotte's Web and loved it as a child, so I'm going with this.

It's all in the reflexes.
The Shining - I like this pic better as an avatar than the "here's johnny!!" one, because you can see he is going a little crazy but he's not giving it all away....freaky!

I could go on a Stephen King spree this week, nice choice of theme!

Obviously not my favorite film adaptation, but I'm still kind of in the mood of this movie, so it is my choice for this week:

I am going with the postman always rings twice both versions over the week

Health is the greatest gift, contentment the greatest wealth, faithfulness the best relationship.

Too many too choose from, which is indeed a good thing.
The gladdest moment in human life, methinks, is a departure into unknown lands. Sir Richard Burton

Welcome to the human race...
Got mine.
I really just want you all angry and confused the whole time.

Cool theme... ... and there are so many to pick from, I might be changing quiet a bit this week...

Right now I am going with Sleepy Hollow adapted from The Legend of Sleepy Hollow written by Washington Irving... first published in 1820.

You never know what is enough, until you know what is more than enough.
~William Blake ~

AiSv Nv wa do hi ya do...
(Walk in Peace)