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A LITTLE CHAOS - a new discussion guide by @rachhelensmith on the comedy drama directed by Alan Rickman: http://t.co/Hxe8VYMCxV
CHILD 44 - a new discussion guide by @FilmBlogSophie on the thriller starring Tom Hardy and Noomi Rapace: http://t.co/PY3NxQoT7b
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Bladerunner is a film I love as is the book even if they bear only a passing resemblance to one another. #WorldBookDay
Babe was a great film although I would have liked them to keep the original title of The Sheep Pig #WorldBookDay
Jurassic Park is one of my all time favourite films although I must admit that I've never considered reading the book #WorldBookDay
Lord of the Rings is another good candidate great book to film transitions (more so than the Hobbit) #WorldBookDay
I think that The Shining is another good example of a book made into an excellent film. Stephen King disagrees of course... #WorldBookDay
As its #WorldBookDay we are thinking of books that *HAVE* had good film adaptations made. Steve suggests Shawshank Redemption and Memento
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