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books are usually movie As for the cinematography of literature. But when is it the other way around?
That’s exactly the topic of discussion Reddit user u/wraithwraven had on his r/Movies subreddit, citing the example of Robert Zemeckis’ groundbreaking film. Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Undoubtedly surpasses the source material in the book, Who Censored Roger Rabbit? By Gary K. Wolfe. This is due to the addition of Christopher Lloyd’s character antagonist Judge Doom to user opinion.
One of the most endorsed examples in the debate is Steven Spielberg’s 1975 horror film that made him famous as a director. chinThe film is based on the now little-known 1974 book of the same name by Peter Benchley.Really chin Without that iconic John Williams score?
Winston Groom’s 1986 novel Forrest Gump The more famous cinematic counterpart found in the 1994 Zemeckis-directed adaptation starring Tom Hanks was also named. Zemeckis was indeed on fire during this time!
David Fincher’s fight club It was also voted a favorite compared to the novel of the same name by Chuck Palahniuk, an opinion likely to ruffle the wings of the author’s fans. Since the novel, I have written several books that are much better.
Other Reddit users claimed changes made by Alfonso Cuarón son of man There was still a fair amount of respect for PD James’ novel, but it was better from the book’s source material.
Some Reddit users favored the movie version of Christopher Nolan, Prestigemaking the character of Angers more sympathetic compared to Christopher Priest’s book of the same name, and not everyone was ready to throw a novel under the bus.
As long as films based on books continue to exist, the debate over which narrative form is superior will continue to rage.
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