Caffeinated Scribble

Darling Reader,

Below is a terrible consequence of caffeine and scribbles…

Admired this quote straight from the Trailer

I desperately want to see this movie. The  concept–the idea of finding oneself–is easy to relate to (relatable?) and inspiring. It would be lovely if I could read the book before I see the movie because I tend to judge a movie based on its accuracy according to the book. This probably is not a good way to judge the cinematic credibility of a film, but I prefer movies to be accurate when they were first aroused from a literary work. Idiosyncratic of me, I know.

If you have read the book or seen the movie, please share!

Adieu, Scribbler

8 thoughts on “Caffeinated Scribble

  1. I need to read the book and watch the film also! So I can’t help you I’m afraid, all I can do instead is get hyped as well even though I don’t have either of them at the moment 😥
    I always judge a film’s authenticity to it’s patronage. How well does it reflect the book, how much of the plot does it stay true to, and such, I understand they have to take liberties to make a movie work but seriously, Harry Potter?

    1. I read the Percy Jackson Series (I love Greek mythology) and the movie was such a horrible adaption of the book that I had to wonder if it was purposeful to the point of being comical.

      Adieu, scribbler

  2. I also really would like to see this film and to see Emma Watson in something that isn’t Harry Potter would be great! On the note of the Harry Potter films the books were just so detailed, I can’t imagine how much work they would have had to put in to make sure the story was well told. I know that I was disappointed in some of the things that were left out but if they put in more detail than they had – there would have been too many films deemed possible. I think to be fair they did a really great job. I have just finished a book that was also a T.V series and I’m almost too anxious to watch it because of how much my mind created the story in my head. I do have understanding of what’s been said here. Dear “Scribbler” – love reading your scribbles! 

    1. First, thank you so much for the lovely compliment!

      I think one particular reason I have some problems with cinematic adaptions, is that I create each character in my head with a way that I think they should look based on what the book tells me. I guess I invariably set myself up to be disappointed when things do not turn out the way I want. 🙂 Even though there are just some very poor adaptions, like the Percy Jackson books.

      I only read some of the Harry Potter books, and from what I read the adaption was okay, but my opinion is very skewed because I actually saw the movie before reading the books, so the characters in my head looked exactly like the characters in the movie:)

      Adieu, scribbler

  3. I’m just excited to see Emma Watson in something other than robes! I think she’s underrated. Can’t wait to see it!

  4. I know exactly what you mean scribbler, there is nothing that gets me more than a good book turned into a bad movie. I haven’t seen this yet, but I’m planning to.

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