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10 Authors Who Loved the Film Adaptations of Their Books

Last week, we had a good laugh at the recently uncovered notes from the producers of Blade Runner, who seemed united in their hatred for the “deadly dull” sci-fi noir that would prove one of the mo...
  • Andrew Cook

    Favorite movie ever

  • Kat ExMachina

    Framed "Adaptation" movie poster for sale in Los Angeles (Spike Jonze, 2002)

  • Sidney Peck

    Adaptation. (2002) -- Spike Jonze once again delivers an almost flawless film. You have to admire Charlie Kaufman's writing as well as the finely crafted performances (but of course!) of Nicolas Cage (double whammy), Meryl Streep and Chris Cooper.

  • Me

    Adaptation (2002) Nicolas Cage, Meryl Streep - A lovelorn screenwriter turns to his less talented twin brother for help when his efforts to adapt a non-fiction book go nowhere. (Mem2-2)

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Annie Hall, 1977 (dir. Woody Allen).

-Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca. Probably my favorite Hitchcock film. Laurence Olivier is one of my favorites and Joan Fontaine gives a great preformance.

Cover of Marguerite Duras's (French Authot & Auteur) 'Hiroshima Mon Amour' who also wrote the screenplay for the film directed by Alain Resnais.

Forbidden Planet. A film MGM spent a lot of time on in production. One of the all-time great Sci-Fi films and it still holds up today with it's great visual look.

Hugo poster. One of the best movies I've seen in a long time