Books based on movies? Isn’t that the opposite of what usually happens? But they’re a pretty common thing, and here are opinions on them.
You know how everyone says that the book is better than the movie? Or you should read the book before you read the movie? What if it’s the other way around, and someone wrote a novel based on the movie? Those are some interesting books (take that as a good or bad interesting, however you like it).
Movies and novels are such different mediums. This is something that too often gets lost in this discussion. But to the question: I’ve read very few novels based on movies. As I recall, I read a few when I was a kid, and they seemed flat and boring. If memory serves, they were more like a description of the movie than anything else.
From the other direction, like all of us, I’ve read a number of books that I later saw as…
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