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    Movie Vs. Book?

    Maddie Jun 17, 2015

    1. Maddie

      Maddie Quiet Chatter

      If Hollywood makes a movie based on a book, do you watch the movie or read the book? Why? Do you do both? Which one do you do first?
    2. steel bat

      steel bat Chat Addict

      I think it has to depend very much on the author of the book. Some books I never get past the first few pages because they seem such hard going.
      But with some books the words just flow into each other, conjuring up a mental image of the world the author has created, peopled with believable characters and scenarios that capture the imagination.

      And I think you'd find, it is such books that also make the best films.
    3. Shortie861

      Shortie861 Administrator Staff Member

      I tend to read the books first before watching the movies if I get the chance to. I like to be able to compare the two and see what was left out of the movie that was in the book. :)
    4. jason29

      jason29 New Chatter

      I am not a person who use to read books and watch movie. Just read the movie plot in Google and watch it :D
      Shortie861 likes this.
    5. Maroon Caludin

      Maroon Caludin Chataholic

      It varies. Sometimes I have read the book first, and other times I see the movie first.
    6. FTON

      FTON Quiet Chatter

      Books are more interesting than Movies, but movies have interesting plots too.
      I wonder how Harry potter novels would be.