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Anna Karenina


This 2012 was based on the weighty classic of the same name by Tolstoy.

Film

Places in the Pages: Pride and Prejudice

In this new series of posts, I’ll be detailing what is basically my travel hit-list. I’ve collected a lot of locations that either appear in books, or have been a part of a movie adaptation. 210 more words

Books

Cigarette Burns: Atonement

I’m reigniting the “Cigarette Burns” series if only for this post on Joe Wright’s Atonement. It may see a more consistent return here and over at  2,451 more words

Hidden Gem - Hanna

Hidden Gem – A film from the recent past you might have overlooked or didn’t know about, but you should check it out.

From 2011, Hanna tells the tale of a girl named Hanna funnily enough,she has been engineered by the government to be a ruthless killing machine (imagine a tiny Wolverine *Cough X-23 cough*but with a sunny disposition and no eyebrows.) She has been brought up in a remote land by her father, who has trained her in combat, survival skills and everything required to be a total badass. 428 more words

Entertainment

Pride & Prejudice (2005) - Film Review

Director – Joe Wright

Running time – 129 minutes

Release date (UK) – 05/09/2005

Genre – Drama/Romance/Classic

My rating – ****

The glorious love story of Mr. 549 more words

Films

Atonement [2007)

English films are, on the whole, dreadfully boring.  I almost didn’t make it past the first 20 minutes, but I’m very glad I did.  Joe Wright has the directorial ability to make even this vapid setting come to life…eventually. 545 more words

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More Favourite Book to Film Adaptations

After writing my first version of this post, I found some new adaptations that I fell in love with! So here’s my list of favourite book to movie adaptations, continued. 192 more words

Books