Converting words into our creative and complex minds is already exciting enough. But no matter how vivid our imaginations can be, there are still some of us begging to know in detail what our favorite authors wanted to express.
It’s pretty hard to find a beautiful offspring made from a book to a movie, out of the heaping amount of film adaptations out there. So to satisfy your movie hunger, here are some books translated into motion pictures which caught our attention.
A supposed childhood friendship botched because of puppy love, this coming of age story by Wendelin Van Draanen hit the film industry on 2010. Filled with chickens, bike rides and tree climbing, this motion picture will definitely make your hearts flipping.
The Book Thief
Set during the World War II, Markus Zusak’s The Book Thief engages in the story of a Hitler Youth Movement member, reading and “stealing” books for her Jewish friend. Get your tissues ready, though, because it could possibly make you cry your eyes out.
Nine years after the book was published, our minds were even more struck with American Psycho’s gruesome plot when it was released in the cinemas. Hands down to Christian Bale’s performance because it is literally and figuratively a killer.
Legendary author Stephen King’s beloved psycho-horror was brought into the big screen during the 80s and I kid you not, this classic could still beat some of today’s horror flicks.
The Lovely Bones
We all have different views on what the afterlife looks like but the movie’s brilliant director Peter Jackson never failed to give us a peak of what Susie Salmon’s exceptional other world appears to be.–UNO DOS THERESE