Lucy has dreamed of working in a publishing house since she was young. Now, she works as an executive assistant to the CEO of one. But when the publishing company she works for is forced to merge with another, she's forced to work the other executive assistant, Josh. Lucy and Josh hate each other. Every day they compete with . . .
Makani Young was forced to leave her life in Hawaii behind after a terrible accident. She now lives with her grandmother in Osborne, Nebraska—basically, a giant cornfield, the most boring place on the planet. That is, until Makani’s classmates start turning up dead, with some of their darkest secrets being broadcast to the entire . . .
2020 was a rough year – I think we can all agree on that. COVID-19 affected all aspects of life, but most notably in my life was the closing of movie theaters and delayed release dates for both TV shows and movies. Some movies even went directly to streaming services (though I'm not too upset about that, because . . .
One of my favorite activities at the start of the new year is checking out what books will be made into a movie or TV series. Of course, it's not an all-inclusive list, since news about adaptations comes out randomly throughout the year, but it's a fun way to start planning my year of films to see. With 2019 being a somewhat . . .
The Goldfinch Motion Picture Rating: RRelease Date: 2019Director: John CrowleyRuntime: 149 mins.Adapted From: The Goldfinch Please Note: This review contains spoilers for both the film and novel, The Goldfinch. Read at your own discretion. After a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Theodore Decker is left without a mother, without a home.…
Another year means another batch of adaptations to either enchant or disappoint us all---or maybe just me. As it's only the first week of 2019, all the movies coming out this year haven't necessarily been announced; however, of those that have, here are some of the big book-to-film adaptations coming out this year that you may want to mark on . . .
Another year is here, and you know what that means: another 12 months packed with great films, especially a d a p t a t i o n s. You all know how much I love reading a book and then watching its adaptation. In the past, I've only posted adaptations that I'm considering watching, which is silly, because not everyone has the same taste in books/films that I . . .
Mae Holland, recently graduated from college and working a crappy dead-end job, gets the opportunity of a lifetime: she is hired by The Circle, the world’s most powerful internet company. Through The Circle, anonymity is eliminated — everyone’s accounts ... Continue Reading
GUYS!!!!! It's here!!! The trailer for Everything, Everything was released this morning and I'm freaking out!! Watch it!!!! !?!?! What do you guys think? Will it live up to the novel? Will it be better than the novel? Thoughts? I myself quite enjoyed the novel, despite its various issues (you can find my review here), and am beyond…
Another year is here, and it's full of book-to-film adaptations. Last year, there was a great selection of adaptations and I managed to see most of them on my list. This year, I'm slightly less excited, but I have searched for as many adaptations as possible and I've come up with this magical list, so…