Many fans of certain books will hope that a film could one day be adapted from its pages. They can picture how the scenes, characters, and settings would all be in live-action on a big screen. But then the vision turns sour. Many plot points, characters, and pieces of dialogue they loved in the book will be kept out of the movie. Why even adapt books then, when they are so obviously superior to movies? I’ll go into the individual strengths that they each have, and by the end it will be clear which is better and more deserving to be preserved during the oncoming nuclear apocalypse.
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