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Great Expectations (1946)

I have come back Miss Havisham, i have come back, to let in the sunlight!

The legendary  David Lean directs this British adaptation  of Charles Dickens’ novel of the same name. 412 more words

Films Based On Books

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

‘Toto, i have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore’

Victor Fleming’s iconic musical produced by AGM tells the story of Kansas girl Dorothy Gale (Judy Garland) who finds herself transported to the land of OZ by a twister. 437 more words

Films Based On Books

FILM REVIEW - Kill Your Friends

FOR lots of people, the key to great music, and in particular in the increasingly fragmented world of indie, is authenticity.

Not every great song is from someone who is living in authenticity, but the indie world does value music made from those singing from the heart. 690 more words


The Maze Runner (2014) Film Review

Director: Wes Ball

Starring: Dylan O’Brien, Kaya Scodelario, Will Poulter, Thomas Brodie-Sangster

WARNING: Some spoilers included

It is inevitable that The Maze Runner is compared to The Hunger Games and Divergent franchises due to them all being young adult dystopian tales. 938 more words

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The Princess Bride...of Christ?

If you have only seen the movie you are missing a big piece of the picture.

The Princess Bride by William Goldman was famously transformed into a film directed by Rob Reiner in 1987. 1,173 more words


On Richard Ayoade's The Double (2013)

by Giselle Defares 

Richard Ayoade came into the spotlight with his affable, neurotic and witty character Moss in the British show The IT Crowd . Contrary to his nerdy alter ego, Ayoade is a multi-talent. 651 more words


Books to Read before the Movie Premieres

I’d like to augment Alan’s series on books which have been made into movies with this list of 2014 movies which are based on books. This is going to be an awesome year at the movies and you’ll enjoy the them even more if you check out these books from the library and read them before viewing the films. 1,182 more words