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The Maze Runner - Book & Movie

The Maze Runner Book and Movie Review

  • Author: James Dashner
  • Publisher: Random House
  • Publication Date: August 24, 2010
  • Edition: Paperback 2011
  • Pages: 375
  • Special Features: Expert for The Scorch Trials, sequel to The Maze Runner.
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5 Times the Movie Was Better Than the Book

Before you throw your pitchforks and hand grenades, I’m just as shocked by the title as you are. Books are almost always better than the movie because…well, Hollywood. 1,291 more words

Art And Entertainment

Pilot: “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story”

Crafting a compelling crime drama is tough on its own, throw in courtroom elements, it’s even harder. When the dramatic events being shown are based on well known real life events, it moves far beyond just making something interesting and captivating. 1,459 more words


Bookish Rant: Book Adaptations of YA.

Today I’m going to talk about something that have been in my mind for a long time. I should mention at the very beginning that this is not about any particular book adaptation but everything in general. 705 more words

Bookish Rant

Granny O'Grimm and some news

This little video is pure GOLD.

In this bedtime story by Brown Bag Films, an ominous, babysitting granny tells her own version of Sleeping Beauty; she seems to have a very personal connection with it. 97 more words

Pretty Creations

2015's Top TV: 3 BBC Book Adaptations

(Image ©BBC)

In 2015 the BBC ambitiously attempted adaptations of three very different books: a complex historical drama, a magical fantasy epic and a classic murder mystery, and they became three of my favourite dramas of last year. 827 more words


'The Big Short'

The financial meltdown of the American banks a few years ago with the bursting of the mortgage bubble hardly sounds like a riveting subject for a feature film. 132 more words

American Film