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Read a book or watch a movie. If you do both, you'll be very disappointed, amirite?

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Do you mean the movie version will disappoint you if you read the book first?

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@Do you mean the movie version will disappoint you if you read the book first?

Either way. If you watch the movie then read the book, it will still feel wrong.

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@sapphyre Either way. If you watch the movie then read the book, it will still feel wrong.

How come? I love seeing filmic interpretations of books. Theyl usually never hold a candle to the book, but that's inherent in the medium change. Just like how some movies don't work well as books.

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@How come? I love seeing filmic interpretations of books. Theyl usually never hold a candle to the book, but that's...

Hmm, but you were still disappointed in the movies. Maybe not a giant disappointment, but one nonetheless. I just can't appreciate a movie after I read the book. =/

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@sapphyre Hmm, but you were still disappointed in the movies. Maybe not a giant disappointment, but one nonetheless. I just...

You there are some movies that disappoint but then there are some like Princess bride and LOTR that aren't too bad on both ends you just have to except it. i do have to say if you read Eragon then don't watch the movie because they completely butcher it.

@me-myself-and-fred You there are some movies that disappoint but then there are some like Princess bride and LOTR that aren't too bad...

(me, myself, and fred): I agree. I guess what I'm trying to say is something will always go wrong. Something like leaving a piece of plot out or casting some ridiculous person to be a character. Oh man, Eragon was a train wreck. =/

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@sapphyre (me, myself, and fred): I agree. I guess what I'm trying to say is something will always go wrong. Something like...

Read princess bride and watch the movie it makes up for all the book/movie mistakes because you can't picture anyone else but who they cast as the characters of the book.

@me-myself-and-fred Read princess bride and watch the movie it makes up for all the book/movie mistakes because you can't picture...

(me, myself, and fred): Yeah, I actually have a set with the book and the movie. It's absolutely loverly =D They really did an amazing job with it. =]]

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