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Books at the Box Office: Gone Girl

I am pretty good at handling awkward situations, but I’ll admit that one of the weirdest moments of my life was surviving the Gone Girl oral scene in a movie theatre with my grandparents. 407 more words

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Books at the Box Office: The Choice

I feel like as a society we went through a good six year period where every time we turned around there was a new Nicholas Sparks movie coming out, and I definitely went through a phase where I had read all of his books.I’m not really at that phase anymore, and I feel like we don’t get as many movies anywhere,but I do stay abreast of the new books he publishes because they are the ideal Christmas gift for my Nana. 394 more words

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Books at the Box Office: Artemis Fowl

Alright, so another “oh crap thanks corona” movie blog here. I loved Artemis Fowl growing up. He was sassy, Butler was amazing, it was a unique take on fairies and fantasy, and it was like reading a spy novel for kids. 250 more words

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Books at the Box Office: Silver Linings Playbook

While there are a million and one books adapted to movies, it seems, it is a little more rare to see them actually win Oscars and other film awards, and that’s why I was actually surprised to learn that… 441 more words

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Books at the Box Office: The Talented Mr Ripley

Another week of me talking about books I was forced to read in school that I ended up loving–now, it’s The Talented Mr Ripley. Specifically, the Patricia Highsmith novel and the 1999 movie, though there have been a few adaptations of both. 624 more words

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Books at the Box Office: Call of the Wild

I somehow missed the call to read Call of the Wild, and Hatchet, and all those books they used to get boys to love reading in elementary school. 328 more words

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Books at the Box Office: Dear John

It makes me kind of nostalgic to think about the time when I was actually excited to pick up a new Nicholas Sparks novel. I don’t know where that interest went–and my nana still has it–but it’s just gone for me. 392 more words

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