When we read something it gives us the privilege of painting our own imagination. There are very few big-screen movies that are successful in visually painting those imaginations on-screen. Here is the list of those movie adaptations of Books.
The Lord of the Rings
Nothing shouts fruitful transformation in excess of 30 Oscar assignments – so we can securely say that J.R.R Tolkien’s epic dream set of three was in acceptable hands with Peter Jackson. Throughout the previous two years, Classic FM audience members have cast a ballot Howard Shore’s film score to the best position of the yearly Movie Music Chart. Alexander Armstrong says: “I don’t have a clue what it is about creators utilizing initials rather than their complete names, yet it is by all accounts a sure-fire approach to progress – maybe J.K Rowling and George R.R. Martin followed some guidelines from J.R.R Tolkien’s experience.
The Life of Pi
Alexander Armstrong says: “Everybody thought The Life of Pi by Yann Martel was unfilmable – a kid on a pontoon with just a tiger for organization! However, by one way or another, Ang Lee oversaw it superbly.” The chief got an Oscar for Best Director and Mychael Danna additionally won one for Best Original Score.
The Shawshank Redemption
Based on the novella Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption by Stephen King, The Shawshank Redemption was a story that is a little slow. It is not possible that while reading it you would want to skip any part of it but to present is visually was a challenge for the production team. But it received numerous awards and critical attention. Academics also have a reference to Shawshank Redemption.
Alexander Armstrong says, “It’s conveyed by solid exhibitions from Edward Norton, Brad Pitt, and specifically, Helena Bonham Carter, who really broke out of the Merchant-Ivory period dramatization limits with her chance as Marla Singer. Seeing as ‘the principal rule of Fight Club is you don’t discuss Fight Club’, I will say no more.”
To kill a mocking bird
A Pulitzer Prize-winning book and an Oscar-winning film. The film won three Oscars, including Best Screenplay and Best Actor for Gregory Peck’s splendid depiction of Atticus Finch. If you’ve not read it before – or if you only have a hazy memory of studying it at school it is a highly recommend Art Piece. You get yourself a copy or download it to your Kindle as one of your holiday reads.”
The authoritative clique exemplary of the 90s, coordinated by Danny Boyle, made Hollywood property of Ewan McGregor, Jonny Lee Miller, Robert Carlyle and Kelly Macdonald. It says: “The topic is irrefutably depressing, yet the transformation kept the humour and criticalness of the first book by Irvine Welsh.” It is surely a binge-watch.
Manasvi is keen to watch things with her inquisitive lenses; she tends to find answers of all her curiosities. She is currently pursuing her graduation in journalism from Kalindi College, University of Delhi.