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Wednesday, June 1st, 2022 1:51 AM

Live Poll: Books Deserving a New Film

Books are often a source of inspiration for great movies, but sometimes their adaptations are not well received.

In this poll we look at some books adapted as motion pictures, that received a rating below 6.0

Which of them would you like to see adapted into a new movie that could make them justice?

https://www.imdb.com/list/ls560768897/

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8 months ago

Suggested edit: "that could do them justice"

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@Peter_pbn​ Corrected, thanks.

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Congratulations, @Pencho15!

Books Deserving a New Film

Live Poll: https://www.imdb.com/poll/LdS8aNYvMuw/

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@dan_dassow​ Thanks.

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Oh, I have a whole list of books which I would like to see in the cinema. And it's tough to choose one. I think that maybe, the most I'd like to see is A Confederacy of Dunces (John Kennedy Toole). But actually, there are a lot of good books which have never been on screen, and which I'd like to see there. For example, not a long time I needed to write a paper on human trafficking. I found a lot of resources; for example, there is one that can show more information and paper examples on it, and all those helped me to finish it. But I also decided to read a book to understand the issue better. The book I read was called When Hope Calls: Based on a True Human Trafficking Story, which was so interesting. And it's just one example.

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